Intelligence Report that Claims Russia was Behind Trump Win Was Based on Intel from 2012 Russian TV
This is stunning.
If the entire report is based on this kind of information, we may witness the credibility of our Intelligence agencies absolutely obliterated in the next few days:
According to an article overnight from Sputniknews.com regarding the highly-anticipated declassified US intelligence report information included in the report was published in 2012.
The intelligence report was supposed to prove that Russia supported Donald Trump in the recent US election for President, The annex in the [declassified] report contained so-called evidence from Russia Today (RT) that was compiled in December 2012, right after the reelection of Barack Obama.
The report focuses on television shows and interviews that took place four years before Trump was elected, and well before he was even a politician. In Annex A of the report, intelligence agencies claim that “Kremlin’s TV Seeks To Influence Politics, Fuel Discontent in US.”
Buried at the bottom of that page is a note stating, “This annex was originally published on 11 December 2012 by the Open Source Center, now the Open Source Enterprise.”
Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections Intelligence Report the report notes that two RT shows, ‘Breaking the Set’ and ‘Truthseeker’ focused on criticism of US.
The problem is, both of these shows were off air before the 2016 election season began.GO READ THE WHOLE THING.
Weasel Zippers says there might, MIGHT be much more in the full report, much of which is still classified.
We shall see.