The claim would-be key Russiagate figure Konstantin Kilimnik is a longtime American informant might be a game-changing story – in a country with a real press corps by Matt Taibbi Untitledgate edited by O Society June 9, 2019 John Solomon of The Hill just came out with what could be a narrative-changing story. If news organizations that heavily … Continue reading Exposé in “The Hill” Challenges Mueller & Media
Why Barr’s investigation is important and should be encouraged. by Stephen Cohen Nation edited by O Society June 4, 2019 It cannot be emphasized too often: Russiagate—allegations the American president has been compromised by the Kremlin, which may even have helped to put him in the White House—is the worst and (considering the lack of actual … Continue reading How Did Russia-gate Begin?
by Mike Whitney Unz edited by O Society Jun 4, 2019 Sometime in the next 4 weeks, the Justice Department’s inspector general will release an internal review that will reveal the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation. Among other matters, the IG’s report is expected to determine “whether there was sufficient justification under existing guidelines for … Continue reading Judgment Day for John Brennan
One of our O Society people asks why Robert Mueller just wasted 2 1/2 years on the Russiagate investigation. by O Society June 3, 2019 From "What Mueller Won't Find": "Mueller has presided over many cases where it's been important for the prosecutor to overlook the fingerprints of the CIA." "This is why Mueller got … Continue reading Subterfuge, Obfuscation, and Bullshit
What Mueller Found—and Didn’t Find—About Trump and Russia by Stephen Kotkin Foreign Affairs edited by O Society May 26, 2019 Robert Mueller III played lacrosse and majored in government at Princeton. He graduated in 1966 and soon thereafter volunteered for and was accepted into the Marine Corps. He won a Bronze Star for heroism in … Continue reading American Hustle
by William Hawes Global Research May 21, 2019 edited by O Society The official investigation into Russian collusion is over, after three harrowing, nerve-wracking years. I kid, of course. After endless news cycles, and various non-stories and wild-goose chases disseminated by mainstream media, one would think the country could move on. Yet this hasn’t been … Continue reading Forevergate: The Pernicious Persistence of the Russian Collusion Delusion Trump-Putin Fairy Tale
by Rick Sterling Global Research edited by O Society May 21, 2019 An honest and accurate analysis of the 2016 election is not just an academic exercise. It is very relevant to the current election campaign. Yet over the past two years, Russiagate has dominated media and political debate and largely replaced a serious analysis … Continue reading How Russia-gate Replaced Real Analysis of 2016 Election Rigging