Check out the timeline below; you do the math and then you tell me if the truth about the Washington Post and their so-called anonymous sources don’t become abundantly clear! Russian Hacking into the elections is the brainchild of John Podesta and Robby Mook! You see, they want us to believe Podesta clicked on virus links in his email for viruses Huggy Bear, Fancy Bear and Cozy Bear all within 5 months.
If YOU had unleashed an extremely damaging virus on your company computer, do you think you would do it again? Would you do it again in five months? NO!
Check out the following facts and let the big picture come into clear focus. The links I provide are simply quick links that back up the statement – there’s plenty of information on each topic that supports the claim.
WHO OWNS WASHINGTON POST
In 2013, the Washington Post was purchased by Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon. That same year, Amazon also obtained a CIA contract worth $600 million. At the time, the Nation pointed out the conflict of interest that these dealings posed. That’s at least twice what Bezos paid for the Post this year. Bezos disclosed that the company’s Web-services business is building a ‘private cloud’ for the CIA to use for its data needs.” Read more.
November 2016: The battle started last December with a series of seemingly unprompted tweets from Trump. “The Washington Post, which loses a fortune, is owned by Jeff Bezos for purposes of keeping taxes down at his no-profit company, Amazon,” Trump wrote. “If Amazon ever had to pay fair taxes, its stock would crash and it would crumble like a paper bag. The Washington Post scam is saving it!” Read more.
BEZOS MOVES TO D.C.
January 15, 2017: Jeffrey P. Bezos, Amazon’s founder and owner of The Washington Post, moves into the same D.C. neighborhood of Ivanka Trump and Barack Obama paying $23 million in cash for a 10-bedroom mansion on S Street NW. Read more.
JOHN PODESTA @ THE WASHINGTON POST
February 23, 2017: Roughly ONE month after President Trump took office, Washington Post announces John Podesta joins as a contributing columnist. Read more.
POINT OF INTEREST:
While searching for all the pieces for this post, I took particular notice that Wikipedia, which normally lists controversies associated with individuals, has been scrubbed clean for John Podesta. No controversies surround this guy? Really?
Should we be comfortable with a computing cloud developed by Amazon Web Services for the Central Intelligence Agency over that services all 17 agencies that make up the intelligence community? It is the brainchild of James Clapper and IC Chief Information Officer Al Tarasiuk.
Doesn’t the “unmasking” fall under the CIA and International Intelligence?
What about the recent news that President shared classified info with Russia? Yet everyone who was in that room says it didn’t happen?
The corruption is very deep! Keep your eyes on the obvious people!
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