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The NRA really badly wants the Butina story to go away.
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RE: The NRA really badly wants the Butina story to go away.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-09-2018 06:12 PM)
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Post: #182
RE: The NRA really badly wants the Butina story to go away.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (08-25-2018 02:36 AM)
Butina and Torshin linked to Russian private military company working in Ukraine

https://thesternfacts.com/exclusive-buti...a414b5a74c
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-08-2018 10:45 AM)
“Sub Rosa” means “Under The Rose”
In the Middle Ages a rose suspended from the ceiling pledged all present (those under the rose) to secrecy. Symbol of Henry VIII, an image of the rose covered the ceiling of the private chamber where decisions of state were made in secret.

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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-08-2018 08:47 PM)
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-08-2018 09:33 PM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-08-2018 08:45 PM)
Court filing just revealed Butina is ready to flip on co-conspirator

Prosecutors seeking to keep Butina jailed until trial just dropped a bombshell.

more:
https://thesternfacts.com/court-filing-j...6b5d4e83a4

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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-09-2018 12:26 PM)
"One of the bank’s co-founders, billionaire German Khan, is the father-in-law of Alexander van der Zwaan, who spent several weeks in prison after pleading guilty to lying to special counsel Robert Mueller."



This Is Accused Russian Spy Maria Butina’s Secret Money Man in Moscow



When the accused infiltrator of the NRA needed cash, she turned to Igor Pisarsky, two sources familiar with her activities tell The Daily Beast.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/exclusive-...ources-say

spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-21-2018 07:38 PM)
Russia's Pro-Gun Influence Accounts Copied The NRA — And Sometimes, Vice Versa

Quote:"It's beyond reasonable doubt that these were posted on Instagram by the IRA, using the Defend the Second account," said Ben Nimmo, an analyst for the Digital Forensic Research Lab who reviewed the Defend.The.Second material in this report.

"They all have the watermark, most of them are preserved online in places other than the Hadrons archive, and those which give a link lead back to a suspended page."

Synchronicity

Separately, NPR also found overlapping content posted by the NRA and IRA on Twitter.

The IRA accounts have generated tweets mentioning the @NRA, @NRANEWS, or @NRAILA accounts a total of 199 times. Dana Loesch, an outspoken supporter of gun rights who would become a spokeswoman for the NRA in 2017, was tagged 77 times on her Twitter handle '@DLoesch.'

The National Rifle Association, on at least 90 occasions, promoted Twitter content similar to that of the Internet Research Agency, in some cases after the IRA had gone first.

On at least 62 occasions, the Internet Research Agency shared the same content as the National Rifle Association after an original NRA post.

Sometimes the IRA pounced on an NRA post swiftly:

"[email protected] Introduces "Collectible Firearms Protection Act," the NRA wrote on June 8, 2015. About 45 seconds later, @ARM_2_ALAN shared the same content.

Sometimes it took a little longer:

"@HillaryClinton: Contempt For The Truth and American Freedom," wrote the NRA on Sept. 29, 2016 at 6:44 p.m., adding the hashtag "#goodread." Within 45 minutes, an IRA account, @KATERITTERRRR, shared the same text.

The mirroring continued after the 2016 elections:

"Your #NRA will keep working with Pres. Trump and the pro-#2A Congress to overturn anti-gun regs from the Obama era!" wrote the NRA at Jan 27, 2017, at 7:54 p.m. Within 15 minutes, an IRA account, @KELVIN_CHAMBERS, promoted the same message.

There were also at least 28 occasions in which the National Rifle Association posted similar content as the Russian troll farm, but they appear mostly to be headlines of stories rather than original material, with one exception:

"A gun in the hand is better than a cop on the phone. #Guns4NY" wrote @MarissaAimstrong in December 2015.

The NRA used similar wording of that observation the next month, tweeting, "It's more important to have a gun in your hand than a cop on the phone."

more:
https://www.npr.org/2018/09/21/649209429...t=20180921
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Post: #183
RE: The NRA really badly wants the Butina story to go away.
In exclusive material for GORDON Russian-American historian Yuri Felshtinsky writes about Anton Fedyashin who Maria Butina, arrested in the USA for spying, pointed out as her handler. In this new investigation, Felshtinsky revealed how historian Fedyashin turned up in the USA and offered an analysis of Fedyashin’s connections and activities.

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Of course, Anton Fedyashin is being overly modest and neglects to mention in his professional bio a lot of background details. There is no mention of the fact that he was born in the USSR and came to the US as a child with his father, Andrey Fedyashin. His father was a graduate of MGIMO and a staff reporter at TASS – first in London and later in Washington, where he moved with Anton in the mid-1980s. Those familiar with the Soviet reality understand that MGIMO only accepted children of the high-level Soviet nomenklatura.

As for the job abroad – e.g., as a TASS reporter in “capitalist countries,” especially in the US and UK – that type of an assignment could be bestowed only upon the most trusted Soviet journalists, who typically would have been both the Communist Party members and KGB operatives. Adding to all this the fact that Andrey Fedyashin was sent on a plum job assignment abroad with a child, one can only conclude that the Soviet Government trusted him deeply and that he earned that trust. (In the former USSR, when a person was sent on a work assignment abroad, their children usually were left behind for leverage.) To add to the readers’ thrill and make them really curious about this fantastic story that is so atypical of a Soviet citizen at that time, let us point out that upon his return to Moscow from Washington, Andrey Fedyashin was allowed to leave his son in the United States to continue his studies here, with Anton Fedyashin ultimately receiving professorship at the American University and becoming natively bilingual (English and Russian).

It is possible that Anton’s grandfather and Andrey’s father – Georgy Fedyashin – played an important role in this incredible story. Georgy Fedyashin was a General at the First Chief Directorate of the KGB – i.e., a KGB General at the main directorate of KGB that focused on foreign intelligence. Just like his son Andrey and later his grandson Anton, Georgy Fedyashin also worked abroad until he was outed as a Soviet spy and sent back to the motherland where he has been employed at the Press Agency Novosti (APN) since 1965. At APN, he was both a deputy chief editor for the section of Western Europe and simultaneously was a KGB “curator” (handler) for the agency. Again, those familiar with the Soviet reality would know that APN was practically a department of KGB and a place of employment for KGB, GRU and SVR officers who either were re-called from abroad or resigned. Still, Georgy Fedyashin soon left APN and returned to the active KGB service. Anton Fedyashin has his own niche in Washington – namely, he serves as a director of the Institute of the Russian History and Culture, which is also known in the US as the Initiative for Russian Culture (IRC) or as the Carmel Institute. Here is what one of the journalists, Ilya Zaslavsky, had to say about this institution:
Quote:“The Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History at American University (AU) is funded by Washington socialite Susan Carmel Lehrman, who has been close to [now former] Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak and Russian diplomats for many years. The Institute sponsors screenings of Soviet classics and modern Russian films at the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Washington, D.C., and hosts big social events: galas, parties, dinners and evenings geared toward networking. Susan is also the main financier of the American-Russian Cultural Cooperation Foundation (ARCCF), which also sponsors large and varied networking events, concerts, exhibitions and commemorative meetings that almost invariably happen with the support of the Russian Embassy. […] The executive director of the ARCCF is Alexander Potemkin, a former Soviet diplomat. As he was a cultural attaché to the U.S. under the USSR, it is very likely that he was an officer or some affiliate of KGB. He retired in 1990s and decided to stay in Washington, D.C. In 1997 he was already a director of the U.S.-Russian Cultural Fund, a non-diplomatic entity that organized exhibitions from Russia in the U.S. […] The most important implication of the ARCCF and the IRC’s activity in Washington, D.C., however, is the fact that they have invariably attracted only staunch supporters of Putin. […].

Anton Fedyashin seems to be fond of the topic of whether or not the U.S. should abandon its Cold War mentality vis-à-vis Putin’s regime. For example, the Russian State Institute of International Relations, which is very close to Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, praised Anton for his assistance with a series of lectures on this topic in 2012. This theme is repeated often in his numerous television appearances where he is invited as an American academic. […] When Fedyashin takes U.S. students to Russia, they also habitually get to meet only Putin apologists.”
The concerns voiced by Zaslavsky are hardly exaggerated. Incidents involving Russian diplomats attempting to recruit American students have been surfacing in Washington from time to time and were covered by the media.

In October 2013, FBI accused a Russian diplomat named Yury Zaytsev of recruiting Americans as potential intelligence assets. Zaytsev, as it happens, was a head of the Washington-based Russian Cultural Centre, which is a part of Rossotrudnichestvo, an entity established by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and also known as the Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States, Compatriots Living Abroad and International Humanitarian Cooperation. According to the FBI, Yury Zaytsev was “a Russian Foreign Intelligence officer and a professional spy, acting as the Director of the Russian Cultural Center in Washington, D.C. […] only so that he can maintain a residence here in the United States.”

In fact, the FBI alleged that part of Zaytsev's mission was “sending young professionals from the United States to Russia as part of a cultural program wherein participants are evaluated and/or assessed for Russian counterintelligence purposes.” Фото: russianvienna.com Yury Zaytsev. Photo by russianvienna.com The two-year Russian youth program described as a series of short educational trips to the Russian Federation reminds of an old anecdote regarding free cheese being available only in the mousetrap. According to one of the publications, "Rossotrudnichestvo paid for meals, travel, lodging, and every other expense associated with the trip, down to the visa fee. During the St. Petersburg leg of a June 2012 trip, participants stayed at the Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge, a luxury hotel that has hosted delegations for the G8 and G20 summits. Participants on that trip met with the governors of Moscow and St. Petersburg and with Aleksander Torshin, a high-ranking member of Vladimir Putin’s United Russia party.

Since 2011, Rossotrudnichestvo has organized six trips. The purpose of the two-year-old program for young professionals, said Zaitsev, was to show American youth the culture of modern Russia. “The first group of 50 people departed for Russia in December 2011 and spent two weeks in Moscow and St. Petersburg, completely at the expense of the Russian Federation. In 2012, we were able to send two groups of 25 people, but, this time, one of the groups was able to visit not only Moscow but also Kazan. On August 6, there was one more delegation that had the chance to visit Moscow and Kaluga,” said Zaitsev. “The average age of our candidates is 25–35 years Больше читайте тут:

https://english.gordonua.com/news/exclus...42703.html


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Post: #184
RE: The NRA really badly wants the Butina story to go away.
So a foreign government supports America's second amendment rights? Don't see the problem. I'd be more concerned about a foreign government trying to disarm the American people.
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Post: #185
RE: The NRA really badly wants the Butina story to go away.
The Russia scandal just got bigger. And Republicans are trying to prevent an accounting.

Aside from the president of the United States, almost no one denies that Russia mounted a serious and concerted effort to manipulate the 2016 presidential campaign.

The Russians hacked into Democratic Party emails and gave what they obtained to WikiLeaks so that it could be released publicly to maximize the political damage to Hillary Clinton. They used social media to spread fictional stories meant to do the same. They made repeated attempts to engage the Trump campaign in a cooperative effort to undermine Clinton and help then-candidate Donald Trump. They attempted to hack into state voting systems.

And today we learn, in this report from Peter Stone and Greg Gordon of McClatchy, that they may have funneled money through the NRA to aid the Trump campaign.

This extraordinary possibility shows not just how comprehensive the Russian effort to get Trump elected was, but something else as well: The ways that Republicans have successfully changed our election laws in recent years have made us vulnerable to exactly this kind of foreign manipulation. And in their desire to protect the president, Republicans in Congress may prevent us from ever learning the full truth.

Here’s how the McClatchy report begins:

The FBI is investigating whether a top Russian banker with ties to the Kremlin illegally funneled money to the National Rifle Association to help Donald Trump win the presidency, two sources familiar with the matter have told McClatchy.

FBI counterintelligence investigators have focused on the activities of Alexander Torshin, the deputy governor of Russia’s central bank who is known for his close relationships with both Russian President Vladimir Putin and the NRA, the sources said.

more:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plu...ccounting/

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RE: The NRA really badly wants the Butina story to go away.
Hamburgerwagon  Wrote: (09-21-2018 08:41 PM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-09-2018 06:12 PM)
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No he gets paid by the bump and the thread.

It doesn't matter about the content - that is why he reposts old posts.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (10-25-2018 06:20 AM)
The Russia scandal just got bigger. And Republicans are trying to prevent an accounting.

Aside from the president of the United States, almost no one denies that Russia mounted a serious and concerted effort to manipulate the 2016 presidential campaign.

The Russians hacked into Democratic Party emails and gave what they obtained to WikiLeaks so that it could be released publicly to maximize the political damage to Hillary Clinton. They used social media to spread fictional stories meant to do the same. They made repeated attempts to engage the Trump campaign in a cooperative effort to undermine Clinton and help then-candidate Donald Trump. They attempted to hack into state voting systems.

And today we learn, in this report from Peter Stone and Greg Gordon of McClatchy, that they may have funneled money through the NRA to aid the Trump campaign.

This extraordinary possibility shows not just how comprehensive the Russian effort to get Trump elected was, but something else as well: The ways that Republicans have successfully changed our election laws in recent years have made us vulnerable to exactly this kind of foreign manipulation. And in their desire to protect the president, Republicans in Congress may prevent us from ever learning the full truth.

Here’s how the McClatchy report begins:

The FBI is investigating whether a top Russian banker with ties to the Kremlin illegally funneled money to the National Rifle Association to help Donald Trump win the presidency, two sources familiar with the matter have told McClatchy.

FBI counterintelligence investigators have focused on the activities of Alexander Torshin, the deputy governor of Russia’s central bank who is known for his close relationships with both Russian President Vladimir Putin and the NRA, the sources said.

more:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plu...ccounting/

Just one of the many stories being obscured by the pipe bomb threats

Ah...

More BS from Democrat Operatives with Bylines.

McClatchy has posted a number of stories about Trump that have fallen flat. If McClatchy stories had any truth Trump would be impeached and in prison by now.

It is apparently the voice of the deep state.
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It is apparently the voice of the deep state.

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RE: The NRA really badly wants the Butina story to go away.
1. Why does Maria Butina want to move to the jail's general population? A cynic might say so she can have some way to communicate outside of channels with her SVR or GRU handlers. In event, recent filing indicates she may be negotiating a deal.

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2. In a recent filing: "In support of this motion, the parties state that they remain optimistic about a pretrial resolution of this matter, but were unable to reach a final agreement within the time period to file dispositive motions."

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3. Flynn may scare Trump. But Maria likely terrifies the @NRA and @SenateGOP @HouseGOP. I'm pretty sure she can prove link between powerful folks in @GOP and the Russian state in acts of treason. When it drops, every state that can should charge, seek max sentences so no bail.

https://twitter.com/TimInHonolulu/status...9090538496

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How the National Rifle Association sold its grassroots firepower to the Kochs, Karl Rove, and conservative donors.
https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2013/04/nra-koch-brothers-karl-rove/

National Rifle Association ?-> ties to Koch/SPN/ALEC.
https://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Na...ssociation

State Policy Network ?-> ties to Koch/ALEC
https://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/St...cy_Network

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Why do they want the Burrito story to go away?
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Why do they want the Burrito story to go away?

I think it maybe leaving a nasty stink resounding through the halls of Washington
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The NRA is a terrorist organization
whose board members have called on American men, women and children be killed for their political beliefs.


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