The Russia conspiracy theory hoax is over. The Mueller Dossier stuck a fork in the delusional fake news story that captivated Washington, DC for more than two years. Despite Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s failure to find that Russian collusion was carried out by “any American person,” this hoax just refuses to die. The good news is that Attorney General William Barr seems determined to root out all of the hoaxers. Boy, do I have a suggestion for him!
I’ll assume that most of the readers are familiar with the story of Seth Rich: DNC staffer, mysteriously murdered in Washington, DC a few days after Clinton campaign manager John Podesta’s emails were stolen. Sound familiar? DC has more surveillance cameras, facial recognition cameras and people-watching technology than any other location on earth, but police “failed” to ever turn up a single suspect in the Rich case.
It turns out that if you believe that Seth Rich’s death had anything to do with the stolen DNC emails or WikiLeaks, you are a victim of Russian collusion. That’s according to a new “bombshell” report from Michael Isikoff at Yahoo News. Golly, where have we heard that name before?
Isikoff and Yahoo News have published a six-part documentary series called, “C⊕onspiracyland.” Isikoff explains that all of the weird coincidences surrounding Seth Rich’s murder were concocted by Russia’s foreign intelligence service, the SVR.
When the SVR heard about Seth Rich’s murder, Isikoff claims the nefarious Russians immediately put out a fake intelligence report about a team of Hillary Clinton’s assassins murdering Seth Rich. The Russians did this because they knew – before the DNC emails had been published – that American intelligence services were hot on their trail for stealing the DNC emails.
In other words, Isikoff wants everyone to know that Russia launched the Seth Rich “conspiracy theory” about Rich being murdered over stolen emails… before anyone knew the emails were stolen and before WikiLeaks even had physical possession of the emails.
Oh, and by the way, in the Russiagate timeline, Seth Rich was murdered months after Stephan Halper and the other gang of FBI spies were trying to set up George Papadopoulos by repeatedly asking him, “Say, old chap, just curious… Does the Trump campaign know about the DNC emails stolen by the Russians? Just asking for a friend. No reason!”
Isikoff’s documentary even has a howler of a quote from the former prosecutor, Deborah Sines, whose team failed to produce any suspects in the Rich case. She tells Isikoff, as part of his propaganda series, “There was no evidence on his [Seth Rich’s] work computer of him downloading and disseminating things from the DNC.”
Well, then that settles it! There was nothing on Seth Rich’s work computer!
Oh, wait. Former NSA Technical Director William Binney and former CIA analyst Larry Johnson did a detailed forensic exam of the DNC emails. The emails were published by WikiLeaks with all of the behind-the-scenes metadata still intact. Binney and Johnson determined that the emails were copied onto a USB thumb drive. Whoever stole the DNC emails wouldn’t have had to do it through Seth Rich’s work computer, because thumb drives are plug-and-play devices that fit on any computer.
Plus, the use of a thumb drive implies that “Russian hackers” had nothing to do with the stolen emails – unless the Russian hackers walked into John Podesta’s office, plugged a thumb drive into his computer and then “hacked” him by typing in his super-secret password, which was “passw0rd.”
Here’s the bottom line from Michael Isikoff and Yahoo News: Ignore Seth Rich’s murder because the theories about it are all Russian conspiracy theories that tricked people into voting for Trump over Hillary.
If Isikoff’s name sounds familiar, that’s because he is directly in the middle of the Russian collusion hoax. British spy Christopher Steele took his “dossier” to Isikoff, and Isikoff ran a story about the dossier in Yahoo News.
The FBI then went to the FISA court and said, “Gosh! There’s this fascinating Yahoo News story about Trump urinating on Russian hookers. Could we please have a secret warrant to spy on Carter Page and everyone in the Trump campaign?”
Michael Isikoff is literally the guy who helped the FBI obtain FISA warrants against the Trump campaign under false pretenses. And Isikoff really wants everyone to ignore Seth Rich’s unsolved murder.