Top 11 “Russian-hack” questions the “rogue-Electors” should ask the CIA

Top 11 “Russian-hack” questions the “rogue-Electors” should ask the CIA

by Jon Rappoport

December 14, 2016

Assuming these “rogue-Electors” from the Electoral College get a briefing on the “Russian election-hack” from the CIA, and assuming the Electors have a few working brain cells, and assuming they care, here are the top 11 questions they should ask the CIA presenter:

Questions One through Three (repeated with enthusiasm and fervor): Are you just going to feed us generalities and tell us you can’t detail specifics because that would compromise your methods and personnel? We can read the generalities in the Washington Post, whose owner, Jeff Bezos, chief honcho at Amazon, has a $600 million contract with the CIA to provide cloud computing services, so he and the Post and the CIA are in bed together.

Question Four: We need a precise distinction here. How did “Russia hacked the DNC, Hillary, Podesta, and Weiner emails and fed the emails to WikiLeaks who released them” suddenly morph into “Russia hacked the election vote”?

Question Five: The security systems that protected the DNC, Hillary, Podesta, and Weiner emails were so feeble a child could have gotten past them in a few minutes. Why should we assume high-level Russian agents were involved?

Question Six: Not only does the CIA have a history of lying to the American people, lying is part of your job description. Why should we believe you? Take your time. We can have food brought in.

Question Seven: We’re getting the feeling you’re talking down to us as if we’re the peasants and you’re the feudal barons. Why is that? Do you work for us, or do we work for you? Once upon a time, before you went to work for the Agency, were you like us, or were you always arrogant and dismissive?

Question Eight: Let’s put aside for a moment the question of who leaked all those emails. What about the substance and content of the emails? Was all that forged or was it real? If you claim there was forgery, prove it. Put a dozen emails up on that big screen and take us through them, piece by piece, and show us where and how the forgery occurred. By the way, why didn’t you allow us to bring several former NSA analysts into this briefing? Are we living in the US or the USSR?

Question Nine: Are you personally a computer expert, sir? Or are you merely relaying what someone else at the CIA told you? Would you spell your name for us again? What is your job description at the Agency? Do you work in public information? Are you tasked with “being convincing”?

Question Ten: Do you think we’re completely stupid?

Question Eleven: Let’s all let our hair down, okay? Forget facts and specifics. Of course we want to overthrow the election and install Hillary Clinton in the Oval Office. So do you. We’re on the same team. But we need you to give us something, anything. So far, this briefing is embarrassing. Once we get out of here, we want to tell a few persuasive lies. Give us a Russian name, any name. Or a location in Russia we can use. The brand name of a Russian vodka. Caviar. Something that sounds Russian. Make up a code with letters and numbers. Help us out. How about the name of an American who who’s actually a Russian spy? You could shoot him later today in a “gun battle at a shopping mall.” That would work.

Good luck.

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27 comments on “Top 11 “Russian-hack” questions the “rogue-Electors” should ask the CIA

  1. Sue says:

    LOL, Jon! Facts sprinkled with levity. I love your delivery.

  2. Dana Doran says:

    Why is Pelosi’s daughter an elector? This whole election cycle smacks of fakery!

  3. Theodore says:

    In the open Pelosi letter to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper:…

    “We further emphasize Alexander Hamilton’s assertion in Federalist Paper #68 that a core purpose of the Electoral College was to prevent a ‘desire in foreign powers to gain an improper ascendant in our councils.’ The United States intelligence community has now concluded with ‘high confidence’ that a foreign power, namely Russia, acted covertly to interfere in the presidential campaign with the intent of promoting Donald Trump’s candidacy. During the campaign Russia actively attempted to influence the election outcome through cyber attacks on our political institutions and a comprehensive propaganda campaign coordinated through Wikileaks and other outlets.”


    The Electors require to know from the intelligence community whether there are ongoing investigations into ties between Donald Trump, his campaign or associates, and Russian government interference in the election, the scope of those investigations, how far those investigations may have reached, and who was involved in those investigations. We further require a briefing on all investigative findings, as these matters directly impact the core factors in our deliberations of whether Mr. Trump is fit to serve as President of the United States.

    Additionally, the Electors will separately require from Donald Trump conclusive evidence that he and his staff and advisors did not accept Russian interference, or otherwise collaborate during the campaign, and conclusive disavowal and repudiation of such collaboration and interference going forward.

    We hope that the information and actions described in this letter will be provided in an expeditious manner, so that we can fulfill our constitutional duty as Electors.

    [who in the following list are ‘Republican’ electors?]


    Christine Pelosi (CA)

    Micheal Baca (CO)

    Anita Bonds (DC)

    Courtney Watson (MD)

    Dudley Dudley (NH)

    Bev Hollingworth (NH)

    Terie Norelli (NH)

    Carol Shea-Porter (NH)

    Clay Pell (RI)

    Chris Suprun (TX) <<< Republican elector

    Newly Added Electors:

    Sandra Aduna (CA)

    Edward Buck (CA)

    Donna Ireland (CA)

    Vinz Koller (CA)

    Katherine Lyon (CA)

    John P. MacMurray (CA)

    Stephen J. Natoli (CA)

    Andres Ramos (CA)

    Shawn Terris (CA)

    Gail Teton-Landis (CA)

    Olivia Reyes-Becerra (CA)

    David Scott Warmuth (CA)

    Shirley Weber (CA)

    Denise Wells (CA)

    Gregory H. Willenborg (CA)

    Laurence Zakson (CA)

    Jerad Sutton (CO)

    Robert Nemenich (CO)

    William Marovitz (IL)

    Nancy Shepherdson (IL)

    Nazda Alam (MA)

    Dori Dean (MA)

    Jason Palitsch (MA)

    Parwez Wahid (MA)

    Paul G. Yorkis (MA)

    Lillian Holmes (MD)

    Lesley Israel (MD)

    Robert Leonard (MD)

    Salome T. Peters (MD)

    Noyola Archibeque (NM)

    Melissa Mark-Viverito (NY)

    Stuart Appelbaum (NY)

    Hazel Ingram (NY)

    Stephanie Miner (NY)

    Melissa Sklarz (NY)

    Andrea Stewart-Cousins (NY)

    Timothy Norman Powers Rowan (OR)

    Brad Martin (OR)

    Sam H.W. Sappington (OR)

    Beth Caldwell (WA)

    Bret Chiafalo (WA)

    Deb Fitzgerald (VA)

    Terry C. Frye (VA)

    Jeanette Sarver (VA)

    Martha Allen (VT)

    • Terri says:

      How dare these slimy treasonous creeps invoke Hamilton’s name. They are not fit to lick his boots.
      How do you prove you didn’t do something? Isn’t the burden of proof on the accuser?
      All of them should be removed from the country for committing sedition and sent somewhere they would feel more at home, like China Venezuela or anywhere in Africa. So should their handlers and supporters. Then begin the real work of restoring our constitutional republic.

      • Charlie says:

        Hear, hear! We have The Constitution and The Declaration of Independence, the best foundational documents of a national government in the history of mankind, with the exception of the Bible, and until something obviously better comes along (i.e., when Christ shall rule the nations), that should be what defines our nation and sets it apart as the best nation on earth. It’s primary purpose was obviously to establish and maintain FREEDOM, and in particular freedom and protection [from a centralized government, primarily] for INDIVIDUALS. I would be glad to spend my tax dollars to provide one-way boat tickets to countries of the opposite mindset for anyone who is of the opposite mindset, as long as they can’t and don’t come back. Just consider the joy in knowing that Hanoi Jane were living in Hanoi!

  4. low voltage says:

    The problem is that the sort of person that would become an “elector” is the same sort of person that would be enamored by the presence of TSA (!) agent. If a CIA agent deigned to speak with them, they would consider themselves blessed and imagine themselves on a mission with Jason Bourne.

  5. palcauioan66 says:

    excellent, Jon! excellent! Jon is the best, who can compete with him? greetings from Italy!

  6. marlene says:

    The DNC emails were not hacked; they were leaked – there’s a difference. WikiLeaks merely published them, which was the right thing to do. The CIA has absolutely no credibility whatsoever.

    • Charlie says:

      Excellent point. I heard from a reliable source on the radio that this was “an inside job” by Bernie supporters … no doubt with full justification because of the [typical, to be expected] dirty deeds of the Callous, Cheesy, Cheating, Cunningly Conniving, Criminally Crooked Clintons (Hil-liar-y and Slick, not [that I know of] Chelsea).

  7. Bc no one cares; pizzagate? Old news who cares if they rape and muder children? Next …..

    • Terri says:

      I think a lot of people care and feel something in their gut that says this is true, but they dont know what to do. This is phase one, awareness, then comes divinely inspired action. The desire to stop this and the prayers so many have said shall be answered. The apocalypse, the lifting of the veil,is just beginning, its unstoppable.

      The treating of children as property has been going on for along time, many centuries, this is nothing new. The people as a whole did not want to deal with it, or as the peasants were taught, that is just the way it is. This is changing, and by the end of next year, much shall be done to rectify this obama- nation.

  8. Joy says:

    What a wild bunch of hogwash!!!! A couple of weeks ago, Barbara Boxer, one of the wildly liberal, long-standing senators in California, was leading the charge to disassemble the Electoral College. Now, they are using it as a weapon! What the heck?!!

    • Joy says:

      …and I still believe there is a more than likely possibility that, in fact, Trump won the popular vote by a far bigger landslide majority than was “officially” reported, so much so that the Clinton machine could not overcome his victory, even with their “black box” voting machine manipulations. If these rogue electors upset the apple cart, we are going to be in for quite a ride!!!

      • Terri says:

        The constitution was written not just to protect the people from government over reach, but more importantly to protect the people from the idiot corrupt masses. Our founders were wise, indeed.

        The intent of our founders is clear. Thomas Jefferson said “The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first.”
        and Patrick Henry wisely said “The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government.”

        These pathetic commies don’t care about the rule of law, that our republic is a nation of laws,where no one is above the law. They seek to restore the old nation of men, where some can break the law.

        Its time to start arresting these people for treason and sedition, and that includes all the thugs rioting and waving communist flags.

        I am thankful for the electoral college, because I would not want California to decide anything for me. They, as a whole, are not fit.

        • Charlie says:

          Hear, hear! This kind of blogging is music to my ears! Can this wonderful country finally be turning around, back to its [good] roots? I hope so, PTL. The Constitution gives the federal govt specific, enumerated powers. All other powers fall to the states and to the people. Reagan wisely said something to the effect of “Retaining freedom requires restraining government,” and “We are never further than one generation from losing freedom.” Freedom is the most precious humanly possession on earth. Wealth may usually allow someone to retain their freedom while others are losing it (e.g., by providing options for fleeing the country), but wealth can never match the value of FREEDOM.

          The problem is, the federal government is no longer upholding the limitations of the Constitution, the highest law of the land. We no longer have Rule by Law, Not by Men. Let us hope and pray that the next four years will help us restore it.

    • Charlie says:

      One of the (if not the) primary reasons for the electoral college is to help prevent the majority from running roughshod over minorities, e.g., the east/west coasts over the rest of the country, white over other colors, etc. In that same vein, it seems almost certain that property rights were established to so that 51% of the population wouldn’t be able to pass laws to steal from the other 49% of the population, which is pretty close to largely defining the divide between our country (other than evil vs. good). The huge and growing income gap was created by big-govt politicians who wanted to make themselves rich, and were willing to enrich other crooks [like themselves] to achieve it. Look at the politicians who went into govt poor and are now rich (often multi-millionaires) and there you will find the primary culprits. People who thought of a product or service that people would want to buy, and got rich by providing it, are not the culprits that need to be stopped. A constitutional amendment (which would have to be implemented by the people, via referendum, since most legislators wouldn’t cooperate) that limits elected govt officials’ pay and benefits to NO MORE THAN what they made in the private sector (in a non-govt-related job, over at least X years) would help solve a lot of corruption problems. It would also help hold down govt-induced inflation, and be a type of term limit, since their pay wouldn’t be going up during their time in office.

  9. elliottjab says:

    Also & I sincerely hope this does not happen: WHO in their right mind – would lay blame at Trump’s feet if he withdrew?

    He NEVER contracted to deal with what he is so far dealing with. NO past Presidency or administration has had to endure what this man & his family – so far – has had to buckle up against.

    It’s a true & unmeasurable – worse than embarrassing – indicator of how absolutely craven, many, many, many in these United States have become – with full support of MANY past ADMINISTRATIONS – not just the past 8 years.

    And NONE of them have any shame or morals.

  10. One wonders HOW any of these toadies can address a camera with a straight face?

  11. Assuming these “rogue-Electors” from the Electoral College get a briefing on the “Russian election-hack” from the CIA, and assuming the Electors have a few working brain cells, and assuming they care, here are the top 11 questions they should ask the CIA presenter.

  12. Sunshine says:

    They can’t have it both ways.

    President Obama just told Trevor Noah on a publicized broadcast that “The leaks of what frankly not very interesting emails that didn’t have any explosive information in them ended up being an obsession.” And he described the emails as “fairly routine stuff.”

    The president, being privy to All info about the hacks and the emails, although being perturbed about the hacks, finds the content of the emails routine.

    If that’s the case then the content of the emails leaked did not influence the election.

    So there is no reason for the electorates to be concerned, right?

  13. Larry says:

    Memo from CIA Public Relations:

    To assure a faster response, please use the salutary “M’Lord” or “M’Lady”, before putting forth any inquiries.

    Thank you for your cooperation.

  14. elliottjab says:

    Everyone aware of the following?

    The DisruptJ20 effort is, in reality, a communist uprising and coup attempt being disguised as a “peaceful” protest. Yet even the website describes the effort in military terms, characterizing it as a “bold mobilization against the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20, 2017.” per Mike Adams news site,

  15. artemisix says:

    As far as i can tell, from the leaks, and what Assange has said, Hillary is the only candidate that has Ties to Russia. Corrupt pay to play ties. If she KNOWS this hacker……why hasn’t he or she been arrested? They go after the annons, anyone else, so fast, but no arrests have been made. No manhunts. The CIA is not ACTING like there is a Russian cabal tampering with the elections, they are ACTING like they need a diversion from something ELSE…..crosscheck maybe?

  16. Beth says:

    I’m a little late on this thread but there’s been a thought percolating in my mind for days now I just can’t stop thinking about, that I haven’t seen mentioned either in the mainstream or in the rebuttals (that Russia “hacked the election”). I’m no expert on hacking but from what I’ve seen on TV and in the movies ummmm.. Isn’t it standard (or common) for a hacker to “hide their tracks” and go through different IP addresses than their own so as to make it look like (just in case the hack is detected) it came from somewhere else? Even if I saw so-called evidence that “Russia” hacked anything, does that mean I’m supposed to believe it was really from Russia at all? (See Jon’s question 10). I would love to know the actual degree of certainty that Russia did a damned thing behind all these outlandish accusations in the news that they did. THEN I’d like to know just exactly what exactly the Russians are accused of actually doing with their “hacking.” What does the DNC mean by saying “they attacked us daily, hourly” – does that mean someone was trying to view their files, or put unwanted cookies on their computers, or tried to give them a virus, or tried to view secret information (= embarassing lies), or what? (and wouldn’t it perhaps be expected that prying eyes would be trying to look at “important” computers such as that of the DNC? Isn’t that the reason for “cyber security” protocols in the first place? And isn’t it a blatant disregard for cyber security on their part that got them into all the trouble with the emails in the first place???). THEN I’d like to know just what exactly people say Russia actually DID to “influence the results,” because wiki leaks says they didn’t get their info from the Russians, the FBI’s investigation wasn’t based on emails from the Russians, the MSM was still vastly biased in favor of Clinton throughout her campaign, and there is no suggestion that the actual voting process was tampered with. Is the accusation that Russia is behind these “fake” progressive news sites that are trying to steer/sway the views of the American people, in perhaps the same ways the CIA has done repeatedly around the world to influence the success or failure of other political regimes? Are they saying Russia did that to us? Did they see Jon’s Question 10? (Thank you Jon, love you)

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