Moby posted on Instagram to inform the public about what he has learned from his DC insider friends about the Russia dossier.
after spending the weekend talking to friends who work in dc i can safely(well, ‘accurately’…) post the following things: 1-the russian dossier on trump is real. 100% real. he’s being blackmailed by the russian government, not just for being peed on by russian hookers, but for much more nefarious things. 2-the trump administration is in collusion with the russian government, and has been since day one. 3-the trump administration needs a war, most likely with iran. at present they are putting u.s warships off the coast of iran in the hope that iran will attack one of the ships and give the u.s a pretense for invasion. 4-there are right wing plans to get rid of trump. he’s a drain on their fundraising and their approval ratings, and the gop and koch brothers and other u.s right wing groups are planning to get rid of trump. 5-intelligence agencies around the world, and here in the u.s, are horrified by the incompetence of the trump administration, and are working to present information that will lead to high level firings and, ultimately, impeachment. i’m writing these things so that when/if these things happen there will be a public record beforehand. these are truly baffling and horrifying times, as we have an incompetent president who is essentially owned by a foreign power. -moby
The Russia dossier has already been a hot topic in the news. It has been falling apart due to information that cannot be verified. Buzzfeed was the first online news publisher to post the story.
“Buzzfeed and Smith published these allegations without having even taken the most basic step of contacting the Plaintiffs to ask if the allegations had any merit,” Mr. Gubarev’s attorney added, describing BuzzFeed’s decision to publish the uncorroborated allegations as “perhaps one of the most reckless and irresponsible moments in modern ‘journalism.’” Mr. Gubarev “has found his personal and professional reputation in tatters” as a result of BuzzFeed’s publication, the lawsuit alleges. BuzzFeed responded to the suit Friday by offering a public apology to Mr. Gubarev in addition to redacting his name from the copy of the dossier published on its website, but an attorney for the Russian tech tycoon said it plans to pursue litigation regardless of latest efforts. “The financial damages my clients have suffered are extensive” Val Gurvits, an attorney for Mr. Gubarev and his companies, wrote in an email to Recode.
Sen. John McCain admitted Wednesday that he gave the FBI a dossier detailing claims of a Russian blackmail plot against President-elect Donald Trump. The Arizona lawmaker, a longtime Trump critic, made the public statement as questions piled up about his alleged role in spreading an unverified and error-riddled document that Trump has denounced as “a complete and total fabrication.” “Late last year, I received sensitive information that has since been made public,” McCain said. “Upon examination of the contents, and unable to make a judgment about their accuracy, I delivered the information to the Director of the FBI. That has been the extent of my contact with the FBI or any other government agency regarding this issue.”
What does Moby know that John McCain doesn’t know? Who are Moby’s friends?
CNN has allegedly found contacts that can confirm some elements of the Russia dossier. Notice the story below — red highlighted snippet:
According to several US law-enforcement and intelligence officials cited by CNN, the corroborated information is related to conversations between Russian nationals. They are not directly tied to specific details about Trump that were mentioned in the 35-page dossier. However, the corroboration of some details could lend the document and its primary source credibility in the eyes of the US intelligence community. The officials said that newly intercepted information suggests the conversations — which occurred between “senior Russian officials and other Russian individuals” — happened at the same times and locations detailed in the dossier, which could further the ongoing US investigation into the document.
**CNN was in contact with several US law-enforcement and intelligence officials. According to the officials the information that is corroborated is related to conversations with Russian nationals. It is not directly tied to specific details about President Trump that were mentioned in the Russia dossier.
So the information received by CNN has nothing to do with the Russia dossier. The information is from two anonymous sources who state that it was intercepted through routine procedure. CNN has not verified the information provided by the sources. It is no surprise that people question the media and other figures. It looks more like they are grasping for straws to smear someone they disapprove of instead of objectivity. I question stories with unnamed sources but respect the fact that some sources need to remain anonymous.