The seditious slanderers and licentious libelers at Sulzberger's Slimes have scored
a "twofer" with this silly propaganda piece. David Sanger (cough cough) and Nicole
Perlroth (cough cough) not only do damage-control to
prop up Hillary, but also shift the latest E-mail "leaks" controversy so that it points to the big bad Putin as
the culprit. This poor Hillary / nasty Vladimir drama would make for some excellent satirical comedy writing. Unfortunately,
the tale is not only being presented as truth, but millions of Boobuses will actually believe it. Oh how these vicious
Haz Mat suits and goggles on. Let's clean some of this crap up.
Lying tribesmen Sanger and Perlroth
have just co-authored a heart-attack-inducing hitpiece.
& Perlroth: An unusual question is capturing the attention of cyberspecialists,
experts and Democratic Party leaders in Philadelphia:
Who are these "cyberspecialists"
and "Russia experts" whose word we are to take at face value?
Sanger & Perlroth: Is Vladimir V. Putin trying to meddle in the American presidential
Rebuttal: No, but in 2011/12 Obongo's CIA and Killary's
State Department, with protective disinformation provided by the Slimes, did indeed "meddle" (with no success)
in Russia's presidential election; and let's not even discuss the violent "meddling" in Ukraine 2014!
Speaking of "meddling."
Sanger & Perlroth: Until Friday, that charge, with its eerie suggestion
of a Kremlin conspiracy ...
Rebuttal: Oh you silly
"conspiracy theorists!" Put on your tin-foil hats.
& Perlroth: ... to aid , has been only whispered.
Rebuttal: "Whispered" by whom? We at The Anti-New
York Times require specifics, not anonymous whispering.
Pssst. I heard that Putin just hacked into the Democrats' E-mails
in order to help the Orange Man.
& Perlroth: But the release on Friday of some 20,000 stolen emails from the ’s computer servers, many of them embarrassing to Democratic leaders, has intensified discussion
of the role of Russian intelligence agencies in disrupting the 2016 campaign.
Rebuttal: Oh will you two greasy shysters cut the crap and get
to the point?! Tell us, specifically, of this "role of Russian intelligence agencies." Evidence, evidence, evidence! Give us proof!
Sanger & Perlroth: Proving the source of a cyber-attack is notoriously difficult.
Rebuttal: (palm to face - shaking head - deep sigh)
Oh, I see. The Slimes is unable to cite any proofs of a Russian cyber-conspiracy because the Russians are so good at
covering up their cyber-crimes. And because the Rooskies are so good at covering up cyber-attacks, they are evidently behind
Sugar, you better handle this one whilst I guzzle
down a shot of vodka.
You two @^&@#& communists reasson like a sstupid dog chassing his tail!
& Perlroth: But researchers have concluded that the national committee was breached by two Russian intelligence
Rebuttal: How exactly did they conclude this? And who
are these "researchers?"
Sanger & Perlroth: ... which were the same
attackers behind previous Russian cyber-operations at the White House, the State Department and the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Rebuttal: We covered those claims of 2015 cyber-attacks.
Then, as now, the case was based upon circular reasoning and "anonymous sources." Mr. Sanger and Ms. Perlroth! Please! We must insist. Name these "experts" and explain
to us how they arrived at the conclusion that the big bad Rooskies are behind this.
& Perlroth: And metadata from the released emails suggests ....
Rebuttal: "Suggests?" Trying using that word "suggests" in a court room
and see how fast a judge will smack you down.
Sanger & Perlroth: ... that the documents
passed through Russian computers.
Rebuttal: Again, present the evidence and the
Sanger & Perlroth: Whether the thefts were
ordered by Mr. Putin, or just carried out by apparatchiks who thought they might please him, is anyone’s guess.
Rebuttal: Simply declaring that either Putin or his underlings ordered
the attacks does not make the case (Prior Assumption). And yet again, we must insist, present the evidence and the sources!
A judge in a criminal case would destroy the fallacy-filled case being
pitched by Sanger & Perlroth.
Sanger & Perlroth: On Sunday morning,
the issue erupted, as Mrs. Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, argued on ABC’s “This Week” that
the emails were leaked “by the Russians for the purpose of helping Donald Trump.”
Rebuttal: That's all well and good, but, once again: how did
Killary's mouthpiece arrive at such a conclusion?
Sanger & Perlroth:
citing “experts” but offering no other evidence....
(breathing deep, restraining myself from putting my fist through the monitor)
Sanger & Perlroth: But the accusation is
emerging as a theme of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign, as part of an attempt to portray Mr. Trump not only as an isolationist,...
Rebuttal: "Isolationist" TM
is a term of childish rhetorical trickery which Globalists use to discredit non-interventionists and peacemakers.
Sanger & Perlroth: ... but also as one who
would go soft on confronting Russia as it threatens nations that have shown too much independence from Moscow or, in the
case of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, joined NATO.
(breathing deep, restraining myself from putting my
fist through my monitor AND taking the 30 minute bus ride into Manhattan so Sugar and I can mete out some street justice to
these two lying monsters.)
& Perlroth: Mr. Trump has also said he would like to “get along with Russia” if he is elected, and
complimented Mr. Putin, saying he is more of a leader than President Obama. Mr. Putin has in turn praised Mr. Trump.
Rebuttal: And this is a bad thing?
& Perlroth: “Are there any ties between Mr. Trump, you or your campaign and Putin and his regime?”
George Stephanopoulos, of “This Week,” asked Paul Manafort, Mr. Trump’s campaign chairman.
Rebuttal: (severe allergic reaction to lies kicking in, shaking
badly, heart palpitations)
Sanger & Perlroth: Evidence
so far .....
Rebuttal: What dadgum "evidence?!" The article is drawing to a close and not one shred of "evidence" -- not even circumstantial
-- has been presented!
Sanger & Perlroth: ... suggests
that the attack was the work of at least two separate agencies,..
Rebuttal: "Suggests?" Again?! What did I
just tell you two slandering scumbags about the term "suggests?"
Sanger & Perlroth: ...
each apparently working ...
Rebuttal: "Apparently?" That's just as vague
as "suggests." You two ass-clowns are "apparently" Yellow Journalists if you ask us.
Sulzberger's infuriating propaganda
is enough to either induce a heart attack, or a therapeutic imagination-attack on the Slimes.
*The Anti-New York Times neither
endorses nor threatens actual violence.
& Perlroth: ... without the knowledge that the other was inside the Democrats’ computers.
And you know this how?
Sanger & Perlroth: The experts cited by Mr.
Mook include CrowdStrike, ...
Rebuttal: OK. Finally! We're
getting somewhere. The "source" is a firm called "CrowdStrike?" Thanks for that, but who the hell are
they? Google time!
Some tidbits that Sugar sniffed out:
"CrowdStrike, Inc. is a cybersecurity
technology company based in Irvine, California... The company provides endpoint security, threat intelligence, and
incident response services. Founded in 2011, ... company has detected, prevented, and attributed complex
cyber attacks, including the Sony Pictures hack (a phony accusation leveled at North Korea).
Dmitri Alperovitch (cough cough) co-founded and became the chief technology officer of CrowdStrike, a security technology
company focused on helping enterprises and governments protect their intellectual property and secrets against cyberespionage
CrowdStrike has brought on board
senior FBI executives, such as Shawn Henry, former executive assistant director (EAD) of the FBI's Criminal, Cyber,
Response and Services Branch, and Steve Chabinsky, (cough cough) former deputy assistant director
of the FBI's Cyber Division. CrowdStrike has received $156 million in funding from Warburg Pincus, (cough cough) Accel
Partners,(partial cough cough)
and Google Capital (cough
Alperovitch is a Senior Fellow at the
Atlantic Council think tank (Soros
funded, cough cough) and was named in December 2013 as one of Foreign Policy's (a
one-worlder magazine) Top 100 Leading Global Thinkers, along with Angela Merkel, John Kerry, Ben Bernanke and Jeff
So there you have it! CrowdStrike is a cyber version of SITE -- a Fed-infested
disinfo source set up to make "expert" accusations for Sulzberger's Slimes and the rest of the Piranha Press to
pick up and run with. My Lord --- this is so damn CRIMINAL!
leads to Alperovitch (cough cough) of the Atlantic Council which leads to George Soros (cough cough) --
Sanger & Perlroth: Russian intelligence agencies
went to great lengths to cover their tracks, investigators found,..
If the big bad Rooskies "covered their tracks" so well, then how did the sleuths at CrowdStrike crack this mystery?
Sanger & Perlroth: Officials examined the code for the malware
used against the DNC and the metadata of the stolen documents found evidence that the documents had been accessed by multiple
computers, some with Russian language settings.
Rebuttal: So, those oh-so-cunning
Rooskies who "went to great lengths to cover their
tracks" screwed up badly by forgetting about the "Russian language settings." (rolling eyes sarcastically)
One might "suggest" that those settings were deliberately set up to be "Russian language" by parties
unknown (cough cough) in an "apparent" effort to false-flag frame Putin; but that would be a "conspiracy
Sugar my feline friend, we need to hit the shower
after cleaning up this treacherous filth. And after that, a mini-vacation away from this madness.
Natasha: Boris! You
fool! You used a computer with Russian-language settings! Now CrowdStrike will know that we did it!
1: I read
in the New York Times today that Putin hacked into DNC E-mails because he wants
to install Donald Trump as President.
2: Putin and Trump --- the new Hitler and Mussolini!
"Zzzzzzzz. Zzzzzzzz. Zzzzzzzz"
Sorry, Sugar fans. Baby girl has endured enough madness for one day. Had to sedate her.
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