Here Is The Full 35-Page Report Alleging Trump Was "Cultivated, Supported And Assisted" By Russia

Tyler Durden's picture

As reported moments ago, CNN is leading with a story about a 35-page dossier compiled by a former member of British intelligence, which had been distilled into a 2-page appendix presented to Trump last Friday by the US intel community, and which contains "explosive, but unverified, allegations" that the Russian government has been "cultivating, supporting and assisting" President-elect Donald Trump for at least 5 years and "endorsed by Putin" gained compromising information about him, with the aim of "encouraging splits and divisions in the western alliance."

The memo has allegedly been circulating among elected officials, intelligence agents, and journalists for weeks.

However, where the first warning flags should go off, is that the operative collected the information from Russian intelligence sources while he was doing opposition research for a project financed by anti-Trump Republicans. The information the operative collected indicated that Russia had compromising information both Trump and Clinton but chose to release information that was potentially damaging only to the Clinton campaign.

The dossier, which is a collection of memos written over a period of months, "includes specific, unverified and potentially unverifiable allegations of contact between Trump aides and Russian operatives, and graphic claims of sexual acts documented by the Russians" according to Buzzfeed.

Of course, the question on everyone's lips is what are these "unverified and potentially unverifiable allegations" contained in the memo. We now know the answer, courtesy of Buzzfeed which fill published the full document "so that Americans can make up their own minds about allegations about the president-elect that have circulated at the highest levels of the US government."

There are just a few problems with this revolutionary Rosetta stone that should, at least superficially, discredit the Trump presidency as a puppet of the Kremlin. As eve BuzzFeed observes, "the document is not just unconfirmed: It includes some clear errors. The report misspells the name of one company, “Alpha Group,” throughout. It is Alfa Group. The report says the settlement of Barvikha, outside Moscow, is “reserved for the residences of the top leadership and their close associates.” It is not reserved for anyone, and is also populated by the very wealthy."

Even more amusing is that the documents have circulated for months, and were available to the Clinton campaign should she have chosen to use them to discredit Trump yet for some "odd reason" she did not, and furthermore "acquired a kind of legendary status among journalists, lawmakers, and intelligence officials who have seen them."

Mother Jones writer David Corn referred to the documents in a late October column. Harry Reid spokesman Adam Jentleson tweeted Tuesday that the outgoing Senate Democratic leader had seen the documents before writing a public letter to FBI director James Comey about Trump’s ties to Russia. And CNN reported Tuesday that Arizona Republican John McCain a gave “full copy” of the memos to FBI Director James Comey on December 9, but that the FBI already had copies of many of the memos.

It is worth noting, that Mother Jones cited the dossier in a report on the alleged Trump-Russia connection in October. However, as noted below, the author of that story, David Corn, said he chose not to publish the full dossier because he could not confirm the allegations.

So with all this information floating around "for months", and duly noted by everyone in US government, from intelligence to the FBI, and certainly peopple in the unsuccessful Clinton campaign, it only emerges now, ten days before the Trump inauguration? Coincidence?  Readers can decide on their own.

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So how did a memo, which in BuzzFeed's own admission was full of errors and incomplete, get posted by BuzzFeed? This is how Ben Smith, the editor in chief, defended his decision in a memo to staff.

“Our presumption is to be transparent in our journalism and to share what we have with our readers,” he wrote in the email that he subsequently shared on Twitter. “We have always erred on the side of publishing. In this case, the document was in wide circulation in the highest levels of American government and media.”

Yet even Smith cast doubt on whether the story his published was true.

“As we noted in our story, there is a serious reason to doubt the allegations,” he wrote. “We have been chasing specific claims in this document for weeks, and will continue to.”

Smith's decision drew sharp rebukes from other reporters.

“Not how journalism works: Here’s a thing that might or might not be true, without supporting evidence; decide for yourself if it's legit,” tweeted Brad Heath, an investigative reporter for USA Today.

Julia Ioffe, a journalist who left Politico after suggesting in a tweet that Trump might be having sex with his own daughter, tweeted Tuesday that she had been approached with the story that BuzzFeed ran with but declined to publish. “Because it was impossible to verify. (I tried.)”

New York Times reporter Adam Goldman heaped criticism on both BuzzFeed and CNN, which aired a version of the story Tuesday but did not publish all of the unverified details.

“Sequence of events: @CNN finds way to talk about report and @buzzfeed uses that as reason to publish. Media critics are gonna be busy,” he tweeted.

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As a final point, the memos authored by the operative claim that the Trump campaign and the Kremlin had established an "exchange of information" of "mutual benefit," and that Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, met secretly with Kremlin officials in Prague in August 2016.

However, Cohen quickly denied that he has ever been to Prague, promptly demolishing the entire argument.

"I have never been to Prague in my life. #fakenews," he tweeted, attaching a photo of his passport.

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For those pressed for time, here is the best - as in most laughable - part, discussing "Trump's personal obsessions and sexual perversions", in which we learn that when staying at the Ritz Carlton Moscow hotel, in order to defile a bed in which Obama had stayed in previously, he employed "a number of prostitutes to perform "golden showers" show in front of him." Good stuff.

The full memo, for your amusement pleasure only, is below (link).

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reader2010's picture

Send Trump to FEMA Camp, and that's what people want in Hollywood.

ACP's picture

35 pages is a whole lot of fake news.

Looney's picture

 

Slightly OT…

The Chilean Navy has released a video of a “mysterious” flying object.

Well… It might be anticlimactic, but it’s huge and round, and it is black! Oh my gawd – it is a flying Oprah!  ;-)

Looney

SMG's picture

Wow, the Globalists are really afraid of Trump.  Kick their a** sir and all will be forgiven.

knukles's picture

"Explosive, but unverified allegations"

For some reason I'm a gettin' a thinkin' that I'd not be surprised to find some of his "detractors" in the Propaganda Industry soon find a dearth of broadcast licenses. 

NoDebt's picture

Strangely, none of this is restoring my faith in any of our intelligence services.

I feel like I'm at that part in an acid trip where you think nothing is happening.... but it is!

 

nope-1004's picture

More fake news.....

The last page of this comic book is one of those ones you fold together, the pic of 2 pillars becomes 1 big CANKLE!!

Looney's picture

 

Saudi Arabia has been "cultivating, supporting, and assisting" our Presidential Candidates, Congressmen, and the MSM-Truth-Tellers for almost forty years.

When was the last time any of those whispered during their campaigns “FUCK THE SAUDIS”?   ;-)

Looney

P.S. Fuck the Saudis! (no fucking giggling – fuck’em!)

38BWD22's picture

 

 

Pictures..., or it didn't happen.

Stainless Steel Rat's picture
Stainless Steel Rat (not verified) 38BWD22 Jan 10, 2017 7:23 PM

You just know that this is WJC's copy...  Maybe W's... Or even HW's

tmosley's picture

>Defiling a bed the Obama once slept in

Only Jews think this way. They like sneaky shit and think that their magical bull demon will strike down their enemies if they act shittily enough. White people don't do that kind of shit. They get their revenge, sure, but they do it in ways that their enemies actually feel it, like dismantling their entire legacy.

More utter bullshit fake news from the kike press. They don't realize that Trump is the only thing standing between them and violent revolution. They take him down, the people will rise up, and it will be more violent than anything they have EVER seen.

Midas's picture

I don't care for the Obamas, or the Clintons for that matter, but I have never once thought about trying to find a bed they slept in and pay a hot russian prostitute to piss on it.  That had not occured to me.

 

"That had not occured to us, dude."  ----Brandt (RIP)

Whoa Dammit's picture

My granny in the nursing home got real agitated when she saw this on the teevee. She wanted to know why those women got paid for something she does every day for free. I had to tell her it was fake news. Now she wants to sue CNN for elder abuse since they got her all upset for nothing.

boattrash's picture

Whoa Dammit, Too Funny!  As to the report, this smells like it came out of the 3-Day meeting that Soros held in DC immediately after the election. Coincidentally, it also comes out at the same time Hungary wants to shut down Soros' NGOs.

It also has the fingerprints of McStain, Schumer, and Graham (3 true cocksuckers).

and then, there's this...

https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/comments/5n8yd9/when_you_never_verif...

https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/95568919/#95571329

Fed Supporter's picture

Lets see if I get this right, the Russians made Hillarys staff write all those emails.  The Russians made bill clinton screw anything that moves.  The Russians made sure Bernie Sanders would not get the nomination.  Etc, Etc, Ect. 

 

Give me a fcking break already.  Lets move the fck on.

oh BTW

http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-us-intervention-foreign-elections-20...

The U.S. has a long history of attempting to influence presidential elections in other countries – it’s done so as many as 81 times between 1946 and 2000, according to a database amassed by political scientist Dov Levin of Carnegie Mellon University.

 

nmewn's picture

I think what CNN is wanting us to believe is, because John Podesta fell for the ole click here____button...Russia was able to hack into the DNC opposition research it had done on Donald Trump, so now...because of John Podesta's blinding stupidity...the middle class simply must be forced to pay for moar federal cybersecurity to protect the DNC's critical national infrastructure in rigging the vote!

See?!

Never let a good crisis go to waste ;-)

Fed Supporter's picture

The US media and Intelligence Community are using Hitlers definition of a big lie that Hitler himself blamed the Jews for creating and using first.  Hmmmmmm.

 

Hitler's use of the expression

The source of the Big Lie technique is this passage, taken from Chapter 10 of James Murphy's translation of Mein Kampf:

All this was inspired by the principle—which is quite true within itself—that in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods. It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously. Even though the facts which prove this to be so may be brought clearly to their minds, they will still doubt and waver and will continue to think that there may be some other explanation. For the grossly impudent lie always leaves traces behind it, even after it has been nailed down, a fact which is known to all expert liars in this world and to all who conspire together in the art of lying.

— Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, vol. I, ch. X[1]

In that same chapter, Hitler accused "the Jews" of what he claimed was their use of the Big Lie.[1]

The principle is sometimes translated and abbreviated as the pithy saying: "Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it."[citation needed]

evoila's picture

How stupid do you have to be to stay at a major 5 star hotel's presidential suite in a city like Moscow, Macau, London, and think you're not being watched or listened to.

bh2's picture

"It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously."

Indeed.

Withdrawn Sanction's picture

So this is it?  This is the best our so-called intelligence apparatus can up with?  Unverified, unsubstantiated, unsupported allegations made by a group of losers w/axes to grind.  

Used to be when we spent billions we actually had something to show for it.  Now all we get is a steaming pile of shite promoted by carnival barkers.  

It ought to be obvious to even the dimmest bulbs in the intelligence services that this narrative isnt working.  Diverting attention to the purported messenger and away from the verified MESSAGE is not working boyz.  Give it a rest already.  

Sanity Bear's picture

Briefly braving the waves of obsession with Jews to notify everyone that the central claim in this report is actually...

... a 4chan prank.

Let the hilarity ensue.

tmosley's picture

No obsession. Just a series of observations leading to cold, hard hatred.

But yes, it does appear to have been a 4chan prank, though they do appear to have avoided the worst parts of it, given they seem to have left out the part where Trump dressed up in little boy pajamas and opened up presents of animated Japanese pornography before renting a theater filled with prostitutes to watch them with him.

Sanity Bear's picture

Reality check: when I can open an article that doesn't reference Jews or Israel or anything closely related, and then hit the comments section and see 20 out of the first 25 comments are about Jews, it is absolutely and squarely within the definition of the word "obsession", which I will helpfully cut and paste from the dictionary here:

"Compulsive preoccupation with a fixed idea or an unwanted feeling or emotion, often accompanied by symptoms of anxiety."

When every comment thread goes to that same fixed idea, it is the literal definition of obsession.

If you can't even admit that much, there's a sanity gap here.

Going back to my self-imposed comments exile until this place is cleaned up. This is a finance site, not a Jews site, and until the comments section has some reasonable relationship to the article contents again, it's little more than a live demo of abnormal psychology.

tmosley's picture

>This is a finance site

>Not a jews site

I came here to laugh at you.

Giant Meteor's picture

Well ok, the hilarity of course being those two are seemingly, inextrickably linked, (the mispelling seemed cute so I left it,) Sure, sure I can see how folks might come to that conclusion, cough, yack, spit, cough ..

On the other hand beating a dead horse has rarely given satisfactory result. It doesn't help the horse, and sure as hell agravates the man, Mostly I just step over the dead horses ..

scoutshonor's picture

Before you go--please accept my thanks for providing a drop of sanity into a pool of crazy.  The incessant harping on the tribe has worn beyond thin.  I hope you have a peaceful evening--thanks again.

Looney's picture

+ 52, as in Moonshine!

Dude, you've just fucked up my John Deere lawn mower's warranty.

Thanks for nothing!   ;-)

Looney

fockewulf190's picture

Here is what a real CIA report looks like: https://www.cia.gov/library/reports/CIAs_June2013_Response_to_the_SSCI_S...

Just compare the format of an official report to what is displayed above.  Seriously, that 35 page report looks like it was typed up by some intern at a Starbucks somewhere.

hongdo's picture

Umberto Eco did a good job in The Prague Cemetary of disecting how this type of slander propganda is developed by destitute hacks working for cash paid by political hitmen.  Come to think of it, we have some residents here.

corsair's picture

There is something in the style of this report that makes me think that this former member of British intelligence has a Ukrainian accent.

SeattleBruce's picture

Ah, we may have another dAN rAtHer report here, hmmm?

Croesus's picture

@ Fockewulf:

YOU WIN THE INTERWEBS!

The first thing that strikes me, is the use of the word (perverted)....

"Just the facts, ma'am"....

WHY THE FUCK WOULD OBSERVERS IN AN OFFICIAL REPORT, ALTER A SUPPOSEDLY "FACTUAL" ACCOUNT BY INJECTING AN ADJECTIVE TO DESCRIBE BEHAVIOR OF A SUBJECT?

As in:

"The liar walked funnily, because people got tired of his unethical lies, and cut his balls off".

Vs.

"The subject walks with a gait that would indicate the possibility of castration".

Nice try, MISSY ZIMDARS; Keep sinking the MSM's cred further...it's also hurting the cred of "intelligence" agencies.

fockewulf190's picture

Makes that 4Chan post ZH just posted a lot more credible now doesn´t it!

bh2's picture

Hard to say what this thing claims to be since it's described as "notes", some of which were apparently added to others previously floating around. That's part of the mystique, along with the title COMPANY INTELLIGENCE REPORT, which seems a bit juvenile attempt to be kinda-CIAish without actually attributing its origin to the CIA.

Given the salacious nature of some of the juicy "revelations" naming Trump, Putin and others nearby to them, one might also think these "notes" would deserve a higher than merely "Confidential/Sensitive" classification in any organization seriously aiming to protect them.

Was that actually the US-government classification (which I've never heard of) applied to copies if this document floating around the various intel offices and the US congress? Not even marked NOFORN?

Hmmmmmmmmm.....

John_Coltrane's picture

Or video. Like, for example, the video of Mike/Michelle dancing on the Ellen show with his/her "unit" poking out from his/her pantsuit.

Golden showers? Nothing when you've got a tranny and a fudgepacker in the WH for 8 years. Too bad Joan Rivers had to be suicided for pointing out this truth on national TV.

I guess too much truthiness will get you killed eh Seth. RIP Joan-you were one funny dame.

nightwish's picture

May sound biased, but im not wasting the time it would take to read 35 pages of bullshit contrivance. All efforts supporting the anti trump/liberal agenda are simply not to be trusted anymore.

If you seek truth in anything these days, you are simply sol. The only facts in existence that have any integrity are revelations of lies and deceit from the msm and government clowns. 

cheech_wizard's picture

>"cultivating, supporting and assisting" President-elect Donald Trump for at least 5 years

This makes me laugh... Trump announced his candidacy on June 16th, 2015...


Creative_Destruct's picture

5 years ago , WAAAY BEFORE he was a candidate or even a prospective one,  Trump was very likely looking into business dealings in Russia, and perhaps agreed to share what he knew about some Oligarchs in the U.S. with the Russian government in a business gambit to curry favor for consideration in being permitted to develop property in Russia. BUT it is a HUGE leap to jump from those business inquiry tit-for-tats to "the Russians were 'cultivating' Trump" as a presidential candidate. From reading the report, it appears the MI6 guy made that leap on his own based on god-knows-what.

And yeah, I can see pissing on a bed O slept in but, Jesus, who the fuck really cares and what does it matter from a realistic standpoint? And it is UNPROVEN at this point. Slick Willy and LBJ and Kennedy had predelections for prostitutes and perversions  and boneing whatever presented a receptive target. I have the distinct feeling that if we investigated and disqualified all Pols who engaged in such actiity that D.C. would be a ghost town...HEY, what a GOOD IDEA!

gatorengineer's picture

Wow for a minute I thought you were going to say Israel / Israelis and about 150 years....

Whoa Dammit's picture

specific, unverified and potentially unverifiable allegations 

That's a new low in MSM "journalism".

stacking12321's picture

oh, please, that's not compromising.

let he among us who hasn't enjoyed a golden shower with a ho, in a hotel room in moscow, cast the first stone.

DeadFred's picture

They say it was multiple hoes. I'm disappointed with him. Shudda stuck with just one.

gatorengineer's picture

Does in our dreams with Anna Chapman count?

buttmint's picture

nope +1,000

Mad Magazine back page!

california chrome's picture

Who writes a supposed credible intelligence summary this way and is taken seriously: 

"So far TRUMP has declined various sweetener real estate busiiness deals..."

Translation: "Hold the Moscow Ritz Hotel; I'm on a diet." 

 

"...TRUMP's (perverted) conduct in Moscow included hiring the presidential suite.."

Translation: "Please sign the employment agreement," he said, speaking to the hotel room.

WTF?!

So sik of fake news.

knukles's picture

I'ma havin' that same odd sensation.
Betcha things are no where near wierd enough yet.

WTFUD's picture

As we speak now there are people fencing on castle stairs, swinging on chandeliers. The Republic.