Russia? Are you talking about the Clinton Campaign Russia Fake News and Propaganda Russia? pic.twitter.com/lDNGoBinwp
— Librul Azzole (@LibrulAzzole) June 21, 2017
Podesta loses it as he is asked directly about his own ties to Russian investments, the sale of 20% of US uranium to Russia, and why he didn't turn over the "hacked" DNC servers to the FBI or DHS (the emails were leaked, as Podesta admits himself to a leak in the campaign in those same emails). The topics, key as as they were, were verboten because they challenged the Russian conspiracy theory peddled by much of the media as a long-planned pretext for military action with Russia, as explained by the late Udo Ulfkotte below. Russia, of course, is a major nuclear power that has no fear of us. So challenge the bogus Russian conspiracy narrative? Even FOX wouldn't go there, having put all their eggs in the neocon-neoliberal war basket with the Dems, so this was bold.
For all the evasive answers Podesta gives about the Russian hacking which was actually a known, demonstrable leak witnesses are willing to admit to in court, he cannot say the emails are fake. In fact, if he ever did say they were fake in a court of law it would be perjury.
His answer is, well, precious. But it's clear he has some anger management issues. This was true journalism, fearless and well-done. Podesta was ruined, a take-down worthy of a memorial bike rack, vigil and stuffed panda.... throw in a jar of Skippy peanut butter.
“The German and American media tries to bring war to the people in Europe, to bring war to Russia. This is a point of no return, and I am going to stand up and say … it is not right what I have done in the past, to manipulate people, to make propaganda against Russia…because war is never coming from itself, there is always people who push for war, and this is not only politicians, it is journalists too. … We have betrayed our readers, just to push for war. …”
Most of the journalists you see in foreign countries … European or American journalists …, like me in the past, are so-called non-official cover. … Non-official cover means what? You do work for an intelligence agency, … but … when they [the public] find out that you are not only a journalist but a spy too, they [the CIA] will never say this was one of our guys. … So, I have helped them in several situations, and I feel ashamed for that. … I feel ashamed that I … was bribed by billionaires, I was bribed by the Americans, not to report exactly the truth. … Udo Ulfkotte
Further benefiting Hillary Clinton for this “deal”, this report continues, was her 2016 presidential campaign chairman John Podesta who received from Renaissance Capital 75,000 shares in the mostly Russian owned energy company Joule Unlimited, while his brother Tony Podesta (Democratic Party “super lobbyist”), likewise, was paid $170,000 over a six-month period last year to represent Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank, seeking to end one of the Obama administration’s economic sanctions against it." See Hillary Clinton, Not Trump, Target of US Congress Investigation Into Russia Ties
Everyone here is talking about why John Podesta refused to give the DNC server to the FBI and the CIA. Disgraceful!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 7, 2017
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 7, 2017
UPDATE: Fake Julian Assange twitter account deleted, but it basically called him a pedo. There's two ways to play this fake Assange twitter account thing since they refuse to validate his account; one fake account spreads bullshit and the other fake account spreads truth with bullshit or just the truth, the latter which hurts the David "Mugatu" Brock minions behind the former. It's one way to deal with troll accounts aiming at your credibility.
In essence, the real Julian Assange Twitter account is "fake" until it gets "blue checked" by Twitter. Followers can tell if it's real, however, by checking the official Wikileaks account's retweet of the same.
This attack, counter-attack works on the idea that a lie will spread around the world before the truth can put its shoes on, to paraphrase Mark Twain.