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John McCain: Schmuck Supreme

Sworn Donald Trump enemy John McCain admitted Wednesday that he passed the dossier of claims of a Russian blackmail plot against the president-elect.
The Arizona senator issued a public statement amid mounting questions of his exact role in the affair - and how a document riddled with errors and unverifiable claims came to be published.
'Late last year, I received sensitive information that has since been made public,' he said.
'Upon examination of the contents, and unable to make a judgment about their accuracy, I delivered the information to the Director of the FBI.
'That has been the extent of my contact with the FBI or any other government agency regarding this issue.'
But the 2008 Republican loser, who disowned his party's candidate weeks before the election, may have been far more intimately involved than that.

The chain of how the document reached the FBI is not officially known.
However Carl Bernstein, the Watergate reporter who contributed to the first story about its existence, published by CNN on Tuesday afternoon, suggested that McCain was handed it by a former British ambassador to Moscow.
Bernstein told CNN: 'It came from a former British MI6 agent who was hired from a political opposition research firm in Washington who was doing work about Donald Trump for both republican and democratic candidates opposed to Trump.
'They were looking at Trumps business ties, they saw some questionable things about Russians, about his businesses in Russia, they in turn hired this MI6 former investigator, he then came up with additional information from his Russian sources, he was very concerned by the implications of it, he then took it to an FBI colleague that he had known in his undercover work for years, he took it to this FBI man in Rome who turned it over to the bureau in Washington in August.
'And then, a former British ambassador to Russia independently was made aware of these findings and he took the information to John McCain – Senator John McCain of Arizona – in the period just after the election, and showed it to McCain – additional findings.
'McCain was sufficiently disturbed by what he read to take it to FBI director James Comey himself personally, they had a five minute meeting the two men, very little was said, McCain turned it over to him and is now awaiting what the FBI’s response is to that information.'
The identity of the former British ambassador has not been disclosed.
Only one former British ambassador to Washington remains in UK government service, Sir Tim Barrow, who went on to be Foreign Office political director and is now Britain's ambassador to the European Union.
McCain's long-standing opposition to Trump is well known although he only formally ended support for the Republican candidate in October, when the notorious 'p****' tape emerged.

The Arizona senator said at the time: '"Donald Trump’s behavior... concluding with the disclosure of his demeaning comments about women and his boasts about sexual assaults, make it impossible to continue to offer even conditional support for his candidacy.'
US intelligence agencies have claimed that Russian spies hacked the Democratic National Committee and leaked damaging emails designed to undermine Hillary Clinton's campaign for president.


The new information, which has not been independently verified, claims that Russian officials also gathered highly damaging information on Trump, but only released the details attacking Clinton through the WikiLeaks website.
The Kremlin has denied all of the allegations, while Trump tweeted: 'FAKE NEWS - A TOTAL POLITICAL WITCH HUNT'.

However, McCain was so concerned about the information contained within the 35-page dossier, which included allegations that Trump had hired prostitutes in Moscow to urinate on a bed that had previously been used by US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, that he passed the information onto the FBI
CNN reported that intelligence chiefs had presented Trump with a two-page summary of the dossier late last week following a briefing with President Obama.
It is not known if it included the most salacious details.
Trump has consistently denied that Russian intelligence agencies had launched a massive cyber attack ahead of last November's election.
The dossier which McCain passed to FBI Director James Comey was compiled by the former MI6 man.
The memos describe sex videos involving prostitutes filmed during a 2013 visit by Trump to a luxury Moscow hotel, supposedly as a potential means for blackmail.
They also suggest Russian officials proposed lucrative deals in order to win influence over the Republican real estate magnate.
One claim, that special counsel to Trump Michael Cohen met with Kremlin officials in Prague in August 2016 has been branded as 'fake news'.
Cohen denied that he was central 'to the ongoing secret liaison relationship between the New York tycoon's campaign and the Russian leadership'.
Cohen tweeted a photograph of his passport and said he had never visited Prague.
According to reports, the former MI6 man had been hired to conduct 'opposition research' on the Trump campaign by first Republican enemies of Trump, then Democratic ones.
Russia denied the claims, with President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov telling journalists: 'The Kremlin does not have compromising information on Trump.'
The Kremlin spokesman called the dossier a 'total fake' and 'an obvious attempt to harm our bilateral relations'.
Earlier, the Kremlin had denied hacking the Democratic National Committee and leaking information to deliberately weaken Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Donald Trump's transition team has repeatedly denied allegations that it had received any help from Moscow.


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'Draining the swamp'

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NGO (non-governmental organization is a non-profit, citizen-based group that functions independently of government.
It is strange that no one has called attention to the fact that Senator John McCain chairperson of International Republican Institute (IRI) and former secretary of state Madeleine Albright of the National Democratic Institute (NDI) along with democratic politicians run an NGO citizen-based group 'that functions independently of the U.S. government' and receives government funding.

Tension between the US government and Egypt [that still exists today], reached a crisis when 16 American NGO workers from IRI and NDI had their offices raided, computers confiscated and funds frozen. The staff was arrested for training and financing extreme individuals in an attempt to stir up unrest in the country.

"The convicted aid workers include Sam LaHood, son of the U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, who was sentenced to five years in prison."

Keep in mind this story has no correlation with the Clinton Foundation's former Muslim Brotherhood employees Egypt courts sentenced to death or serving life in prison.

The Arabic media published an article that I found interesting - The article talks about the civil unrest-taking place among democrats against president-elect Donald J. Trump. It went on to say that America no longer resembles a democracy.

One Op-Ed columnist went so far as to say the U.S. is finally getting a taste of what it is like when a foreign country interferes with another country's political system.


U.S. State Dept. Document Confirms Regime Change Agenda in Middle East

http://mebriefing.com/?p=789


How is McCain chair of an NGO?

International Republican Institute (IRI), U.S. Senator John McCain, Chairman

http://www.iri.org/

http://www.iri.org/who-we-are/board-of-directors

Funders: USAID, Freedom House, National Democratic Institute (NDI), The Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI)


George Soros Open Society Foundations (NGO) receives funding from the U.S. State Department [Sec. John Kerry] and partners with IRI and NDI.


National Democratic Institute (NDI)

https://www.ndi.org/

Board of Directors: founded by former secretary of state Madeleine Albright https://www.ndi.org/board-directors

Partners: https://www.ndi.org/partners (Soros, Open Society Foundation among others)

Individuals: Richard C. Blum (Million Dollar Roundtable) donor's contribution among others https://www.ndi.org/partners


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From The New York Times:

U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings
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A number of the groups and individuals directly involved in the revolts and reforms sweeping the region, including the April 6 Youth Movement in Egypt, the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and grass-roots activists like Entsar Qadhi, a youth leader in Yemen, received training and financing from groups like the International Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute and Freedom House, a nonprofit human rights organization based in Washington, according to interviews in recent weeks and American diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks.

The work of these groups often provoked tensions between the United States and many Middle Eastern leaders, who frequently complained that their leadership was being undermined, according to the cables.
The Republican and Democratic institutes are loosely affiliated with the Republican and Democratic Parties. They were created by Congress and are financed through the National Endowment for Democracy, which was set up in 1983 to channel grants for promoting democracy in developing nations. The National Endowment receives about $100 million annually from Congress. Freedom House also gets the bulk of its money from the American government, mainly from the State Department.
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/15/world/15aid.html




This from The Guardian: "Why American 'democracy promotion' rings hollow in the Middle East"
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Egypt's crackdown on Republican and Democratic organizations is hardly surprising: they're widely seen as stooges of US empire

I have to laugh when I see the International Republican Institute (IRI) described by the international media as an organization that "promote[s] democracy" (NPR). The IRI is in the news lately because Egypt’s military government has put some of its members on a “no-fly” list and thereby trapped them in the country, facing investigation and possible trial. I am wondering just how credulous these journalists and editors are. If I were to describe the Center for Economic and Policy Research as “a magical organization that transforms scrap metal into gold,” would that become CEPR’s standard description in the news?
https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...n-rings-hollow


The Washington Post: NGO workers convicted in Egypt
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CAIRO — An Egyptian court on Tuesday convicted and sentenced to jail 43 nonprofit workers, including 16 Americans, in a case that has alarmed democracy advocates who fear a shrinking space for civil society more than two years after the country’s revolution.

The convictions, on charges of using foreign funds to foment unrest, threaten to further strain ties between Egypt’s fledgling government and Washington, which has criticized the crackdown on rights workers and assailed Tuesday’s verdict.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world...=.d1ead5ef6058


*The best is yet to follow. I do not think I could get to it tonight, however I will find the time to post it in the next day or so.

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Sworn Donald Trump enemy John McCain admitted Wednesday that he passed the dossier of claims of a Russian blackmail plot against the president-elect.
Easy to figure out who is behind the leaked dossier ...
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