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This is a LONG piece. It is on-point, detailed and brutal. I'll probably end up quoting a few lines on this thread, but I don't even know where to begin. This is a very lengthy chronicle of MSM corruption. Paragraph after paragraph this piece contains a ton of very pointed and specific dress-downs of our 'wonderful' MSM.

I know Gal has taken the time to read the embedded piece because we briefly discussed it on a different thread. It will be interesting to see how many others on the DR will take the time to read this piece.

#1 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 12:28 PM | Reply

FFS I screwed up the headline. Coverate should be Coverage. Hopefully Rcade will give me a mulligan and edit my headline.

#2 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 12:29 PM | Reply

Taibbi wrote a book about Trump titled "Insane Clown President." He is a long-time progressive who writes for Rolling Stone, etc.

#3 | Posted by nullifidian at 2019-03-24 12:32 PM | Reply

Taibbi running this now makes him look as foolish as all of the people calling the Mueller Report vindication for Trump when we haven't seen a word of it.

He's a clown. Remember when his memoir on his years in Russia was self-described as a work of non-fiction until he and his co-author's tales of their mistreatment of women in the book were criticized following the MeToo movement? They started calling their memoir a work of fiction! Their own truth had to be re-dubbed as lies so they wouldn't be held accountable for some truly ------ behavior.

#4 | Posted by rcade at 2019-03-24 12:38 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

#4 I do:

"Although the book includes a note saying that it is a work of non-fiction, the publisher, Grove Press, has since said that the "statement on the copyright page is incorrect. "

en.wikipedia.org

#5 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 12:43 PM | Reply

Taibi is a clown?

Did you take the time to read the linked piece?

Taibbi wrote a book about Trump titled "Insane Clown President." He is a long-time progressive who writes for Rolling Stone, etc.

#3 | POSTED BY NULLIFIDIAN

Yep. I've seen him touted by a number of DR liberals and progressives. He's probably a pariah now.

#6 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 12:44 PM | Reply | Funny: 1 | Newsworthy 2

it took to the 2nd paragraph to realize this article is --------.

As has long been rumored, the former FBI chief's independent probe will result in multiple indictments and convictions, but no "presidency-wrecking" conspiracy charges, or anything that would meet the layman's definition of "collusion" with Russia.

#7 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 12:47 PM | Reply

Did you take the time to read the linked piece?

I read enough. It quickly reached the threshold of being too dishonest to bother with any more.

#8 | Posted by rcade at 2019-03-24 12:52 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

"I know Gal has taken the time to read the embedded piece because we briefly discussed it on a different thread. It will be interesting to see how many others on the DR will take the time to read this piece."

No, I didn't read the whole article either. I stopped last night at this point:

This same trick is found in politics. A similar trajectory drove negative headlines in the scandal surrounding New Jersey's Democratic Senator Bob Menendez, who was said to be under investigation by the FBI for underage sex crimes (although some were skeptical). The initial story didn't hold up, but led to other investigations.

Same with the so-called "Arkansas project," in which millions of Republican-friendly private research dollars produced enough noise about the Whitewater scandal to create years of headlines about the Clintons. Swiftboating was another example. Private oppo isn't inherently bad. In fact it has led to some incredible scoops, including Enron. But reporters usually know to be skeptical of private info, and figure the motives of its patrons into the story.

#9 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 12:59 PM | Reply

#9 Gal,

What about that (other than possibly fatigue) caused you to stop reading it?

#10 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 01:06 PM | Reply

#8

What about it was dishonest? I'm genuinely curious.

#11 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 01:06 PM | Reply | Funny: 2

When a person tells you who they are, believe them.

"Russia, if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing, I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press," Trump said

#12 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 01:07 PM | Reply

On June 3, 2016 at 10:36 AM, Rob Goldstone wrote:

Good morning
Emin just called and asked me to contact you with something very interesting.
The Crown prosecutor of Russia met with his father Aras this morning and in their meeting offered to provide the Trump campaign with some official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to your father.
This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government's support for Mr. Trump -- helped along by Aras and Emin.
What do you think is the best way to handle this information and would you be able to speak to Emin about it directly?
I can also send this info to your father via Rhona, but it is ultra sensitive so wanted to send to you first.
Best
Rob Goldstone

On June 3, 2016 at 10:53 AM, Donald Trump Jr. wrote:
Thanks Rob I appreciate that. I am on the road at the moment but perhaps I just speak to Emin first. Seems we have some time and if it's what you say I love it especially later in the summer. Could we do a call first thing next week when I am back?

Best,
Don

#13 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 01:08 PM | Reply

When a person tells you who they are, believe them.

#14 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 01:08 PM | Reply

"There were other curious lines, including the bit about Russians having "moles" in the DNC, plus some linguistic details that made me wonder at the nationality of the report author."

Does he talk more about how conservative media latched on to this and created the "Bernie Bro Seth Rich who gave the hacked DNC info to Wikileaks and who Hillary Clinton then had murdered to shut him up" narrative?

#15 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 01:10 PM | Reply

FTA
"...no "presidency-wrecking" conspiracy charges, or anything that would meet the layman's definition of "collusion" with Russia."

the previous 2 comments I posted clearly meet the definition of collusion with Russia.

Therefore, Taibbi's opinion piece is simply, --------. It only took me to the 2nd paragraph to determine that.

#16 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 01:11 PM | Reply

It is dishonest to declare that the Mueller Report will not contain "anything that would meet the layman's definition of 'collusion' with Russia" when you don't know a word of what it will contain.

Even the definition of collusion refutes Taibbi's --------. Here's one: "secret or illegal cooperation or conspiracy, especially in order to cheat or deceive others."

We know there was secret cooperation between Russians offering dirt on Hillary and the Trump campaign. We know that Trump directed a White House statement to be made deceiving the public about the purpose of this meeting. We know Manafort gave a Russian intelligence associate U.S. polling data.

Anyone who starts running a victory lap and declares no collusion is engaging in an intentional effort to lie.

#17 | Posted by rcade at 2019-03-24 01:12 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

"What about that (other than possibly fatigue) caused you to stop reading it?"

I actually started reading the stuff just past that about Buzzfeed, Steele and Schiff and my eyes and mind started glazing over. It was late and I was tired, but I don't trust Taibbi (after the brouhaha about his book) and didn't have the energy or interest to keep reading. Maybe I'll go back to it after the Mueller report comes out.

#18 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 01:16 PM | Reply

"Yep. I've seen him touted by a number of DR liberals and progressives. He's probably a pariah now."

Is it Pinch who really likes him? Taibbi is/was a big Bernie supporter, so I believe a number of the Bernie Bros like to quote him.

#19 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 01:21 PM | Reply

100 unauthorized & unreported contacts with Russians by 17 Trump people would raise even the eyebrows of a Botox filled Palm Beach socialite.

#20 | Posted by AMERICANUNITY at 2019-03-24 01:21 PM | Reply

We know there was secret cooperation between Russians offering dirt on Hillary and the Trump campaign. We know that Trump directed a White House statement to be made deceiving the public about the purpose of this meeting. We know Manafort gave a Russian intelligence associate U.S. polling data.

Anyone who starts running a victory lap and declares no collusion is engaging in an intentional effort to lie.

#17 | POSTED BY RCADE

The reason for the premature victory lap is that no further indictments are being recommended and the indictments that came from this investigation had nothing to do with Team Trump conspiring with Russia. Also, has it escaped everybody that the dossier, which was funded by the Clinton campaign, relied heavily on.....wait for it......Russian sources?

The lack of any further indictments pretty much blows up the carefully crafted narrative.

But like I said on a different thread, it's very possible SDNY has legitimate goods on Trump. It's best to hang your hopes on that.

#21 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 01:29 PM | Reply | Funny: 1

"...the indictments that came from this investigation had nothing to do with Team Trump conspiring with Russia."

When in doubt, lie.

en.wikipedia.org

OOOPS

#23 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 01:35 PM | Reply

Here's the tweet thread that points out some of Taibbi's errors and got me interested in reading his article last night:

emptywheel @emptywheel

People keep tweeting this Taibbi piece in my thread, apparently not knowing that I've been a Steele skeptic since day 1 and have written some pretty scathing indictments of it ... well before Taibbi.

twitter.com

#24 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 01:41 PM | Reply

It's best to hang your hopes on that.

I don't need your patronizing --------, thanks. You'll stop believing in the SDNY investigation too if it suits your narrative.

#25 | Posted by rcade at 2019-03-24 01:44 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

The reason for the premature victory lap ...

Number of words in the Mueller Report that JeffJ has seen: zero.

Value of JeffJ's declarations of victory based on the report: zero.

#26 | Posted by rcade at 2019-03-24 01:46 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 5

"Also, has it escaped everybody that the dossier, which was funded by the Clinton campaign, relied heavily on.....wait for it......Russian sources?"

I linked to this article when it was first published:

The Trouble With the Steele Dossier

observer.com

#30 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 01:52 PM | Reply

Early on, I was so amazed by the sheer quantity of Russia "bombshells" being walked back, I started to keep a list. It's well above 50 stories now. As has been noted by Glenn Greenwald of the Intercept and others, if the mistakes were random, you'd expect them in both directions, but Russiagate errors uniformly go the same way...

Asking again: Does he included all the "Seth Rich hacked the DNC and Hillary had him murdered" stories in this list?

#31 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 01:55 PM | Reply

What about it was dishonest? I'm genuinely curious.

#11 | Posted by JeffJ

All you need to know about Jeffy's morals.

#32 | Posted by Angrydad at 2019-03-24 01:55 PM | Reply

Are you going to walk back your statement that there were no indictments had anything to do with the Trump team conspiring with Russia?

#33 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 01:55 PM | Reply

I've interacted with Glenn Greenwald when I wrote about a PAC he was involved in. He was the most dishonest person I've ever dealt with on the left.

#34 | Posted by rcade at 2019-03-24 01:56 PM | Reply

#33 Troofy,

From your Wikipedia link regarding Roger Stone:

#35 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 02:05 PM | Reply

Early on, I was so amazed by the sheer quantity of Russia "bombshells" being walked back, I started to keep a list. It's well above 50 stories now. As has been noted by Glenn Greenwald of the Intercept and others, if the mistakes were random, you'd expect them in both directions, but Russiagate errors uniformly go the same way.

Ouch, interesting GAL

Does he included all the "Seth Rich hacked the DNC and Hillary had him murdered" stories in this list?
#31 | POSTED BY GAL_TUESDAY

Pretty sure it said #RussiaGate....

#36 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-24 02:07 PM | Reply

Asking again: Does he included all the "Seth Rich hacked the DNC and Hillary had him murdered" stories in this list?

#31 | POSTED BY GAL_TUESDAY

No.

He mentions Iraq WMD though.

Wasn't the Seth Rich thing mostly from RW hacks? I don't recall a mainstream outlet ever pushing that story. If a mainstream outlet did push that story and Taibi failed to mention it, that would be kind of bad on his part IMO.

#37 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 02:07 PM | Reply

Even the mistakes caught were astounding. On December 1, 2017, ABC reporter Brian Ross claimed Trump "as a candidate" instructed Michael Flynn to contact Russia. The news caused the Dow to plummet 350 points. The story was retracted almost immediately and Ross was suspended.

Bad day for investors...

#38 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-24 02:08 PM | Reply

#33 Troofy,

From your Wikipedia link regarding Roger Stone:
#35 | POSTED BY JEFFJ AT 2019-03-24 02:05 PM...

Not sure how the rest of this failed to publish...

one count of obstruction of an official proceeding, five counts of false statements, and one count of witness tampering.[

Here's what I am not seeing from your link: "One count conspiring with Russia to hack the DNC server." Also, Stone was never a member of Trump's campaign nor has he ever been a member of his administration.

#39 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 02:09 PM | Reply

#33 Troofy,
From your Wikipedia link regarding Roger Stone:
#35 | Posted by JeffJ

So in other words, you are not going to walk back your statement that the Mueller investigation did not result in any indictments having anything to do with the Trump team conspiring with Russia.

Despite the fact that Roger Stone was indicted for lying to the FBI about contacts with Wikileaks (operating at the behest of Russia) during the 2016 campaign.

You are a liar.

#40 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 02:11 PM | Reply

With Russiagate the national press abandoned any pretense that there's a difference between indictment and conviction. The most disturbing story involved Maria Butina. Here authorities and the press shared responsibility. Thanks to an indictment that initially said the Russian traded sex for favors, the Times and other outlets flooded the news cycle with breathless stories about a redheaded slut-temptress come to undermine democracy, a "real-life Red Sparrow," as ABC put it.

But a judge threw out the sex charge after "five minutes" when it turned out to be based on a single joke text to a friend who had taken Butina's car for inspection.

Fascinating...

Stone was never a member of Trump's campaign nor has he ever been a member of his administration.
#39 | POSTED BY JEFFJ

My understanding is he had contact with them, but most of his contact with the hacking was in retrospect, meaning just trying to keep tabs on it after it happened.

#41 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-24 02:12 PM | Reply

Stone has been a Trump political adviser for decades. Let's not play the game where we pretend somebody wasn't affiliated with Trump the second they are caught in wrongdoing.

#42 | Posted by rcade at 2019-03-24 02:12 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

When someone tells you who they are, believe them.

Jeffj is telling me that he is a liar.

You are claiming Roger Stone didn't support Trump?

Are you claiming that Roger Stone didn't coordinate with the Trump campaign regarding WikiLeaks?

Have you read the indictment against Roger Stone?

Here is the indictment

www.usatoday.com

Oh and get some facts straight, according to the indictment stone was an official on the Trump campaign until August 2015.

You, sir, are a liar.

#43 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 02:17 PM | Reply

"Wasn't the Seth Rich thing mostly from RW hacks? I don't recall a mainstream outlet ever pushing that story. If a mainstream outlet did push that story and Taibi failed to mention it, that would be kind of bad on his part IMO."

It was on Fox News, who his family sued.

#44 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 02:18 PM | Reply

My understanding is he had contact with them, but most of his contact with the hacking was in retrospect, meaning just trying to keep tabs on it after it happened.
#41 | Posted by AndreaMackris a

no, actually, stone was coordinating the release of information to maximize damage to Clinton. I guess you don't remember Guiliani bragging about more documents to be released in October 2016

#45 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 02:18 PM | Reply

My understanding is he had contact with them, but most of his contact with the hacking was in retrospect, meaning just trying to keep tabs on it after it happened.

Prosecutors have Stone's communications with Wikileaks. Until these have been shared at trial there's no basis for claiming he only contacted hackers (and hacking associates) after the fact.

But even if your explanation is true it's still damning. He would be engaging in coordination with hackers who had illegally obtained stolen information and trying to use it for Trump's gain.

#46 | Posted by rcade at 2019-03-24 02:21 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

#44 The story was also covered by Breitbart, which along with Hannity, continued to cover it even after Fox News itself had debunked the story:

The Seth Rich Conspiracy Theory

www.snopes.com

#47 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 02:22 PM | Reply

"Early on, I was so amazed by the sheer quantity of Russia "bombshells" being walked back, I started to keep a list. It's well above 50 stories now. As has been noted by Glenn Greenwald of the Intercept and others, if the mistakes were random, you'd expect them in both directions, but Russiagate errors uniformly go the same way."

Ouch, interesting GAL

Interesting but also false. The errors did not uniformly go the same way.

#48 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 02:26 PM | Reply

From the Stone indictment

"After the July 22, 2016 release of stolen DNC emails by Organization 1 (Wikileaks), a senior Trump Campaign official was directed to contact Stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information Organization 1 had regarding the Clinton Campaign. Stone thereafter told the Trump Campaign about potential future releases of damaging material by Organization 1."

CLEAR description of collusion between Trump Campaign and Russia (Wikileaks being a front for them).

#49 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 02:34 PM | Reply

Nobody wants to hear this, but news that Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller is headed home without issuing new charges is a death-blow for the reputation of the American news media.

Posted by JeffJ at 12:25 PM | 44 COMMENTS | permalink | Comment on This Entry |

This is an incredibly pure piece of Russian propaganda.

#50 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-24 02:34 PM | Reply

Anyone who starts running a victory lap and declares no collusion is engaging in an intentional effort to lie.

#17 | Posted by rcade at 2019-03-24 01:

It's their last chance. They'll never have a better moment to declare their innocence, when no one knows anything, and before the sealed and other indictments open.

#51 | Posted by Zed at 2019-03-24 02:37 PM | Reply

Despite the fact that Roger Stone was indicted for lying to the FBI about contacts with Wikileaks (operating at the behest of Russia) during the 2016 campaign....

#40 | POSTED BY TRUTHHURTS

Correct. He lied about contacts. Did he commit conspiracy? Nope, not even mentioned in the indictment.

You are a liar.

Also, what's with all of the deflections. This thread isn't about the Mueller report. This thread is about how the mainstream media has beclouded itself in how it has covered Russiagate.

#52 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 03:02 PM | Reply

It was on Fox News, who his family sued.

#44 | POSTED BY GAL_TUESDAY

OK. Fox clearly effed up and deserve to be called out for it.

#53 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 03:03 PM | Reply

Oh lovely another JeffJ garbage thread. Have you figured out Dr Ford's double doors yet???

#54 | Posted by LauraMohr at 2019-03-24 03:39 PM | Reply

What does Dr Ford have to do with this thread?

It's been over a year since you've contributed positively on any thread on the DR.

#55 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 03:45 PM | Reply

You're a piece of work jeff.

you are tripping over your dick to argue that the media got the story wrong on trump.

Nothing has changed since before Mueller submitted is report.

There were scores of contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia. Numerous Trump associates have lied about those contacts.

Indictments have been filed regarding those contacts.

The information in the public domain shows the links between the Trump Campaign and Russia.

I, and others, have been proving repeatedly, that this opinion piece is --------, from its 2nd paragraph on. A simpleton can see that "collusion" occurred.

Then, you change your argument to no indictments having to do with the Trump Campaign conspiring with Russia.

When you are shown that that argument is false, you change it to indictments for conspiracy.

Then that is proven false.

The facts are what the facts are.

When someone tells you who they are, believe them.

Consider what you are telling people about yourself.

The so called "main stream media" is reporting a story on a corrupt, ignorant, disgusting president. They are reporting on the most important story that has occurred in a long time. A direct attack on US elections by a foreign entity. And Trumptilians are doing nothing about it.

#56 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 03:46 PM | Reply

He would be engaging in coordination with hackers who had illegally obtained stolen information and trying to use it for Trump's gain. - rcade

He wasn't in communication with the hackers. He was in communication with wikileak insiders. And yes there is basis it was only after it was ascertained. If not he would be charged with a lot more than they are charging him for, should go without saying.

#57 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-24 03:49 PM | Reply

Nothing has changed since before Mueller submitted is report. -truth

Sure there is, no further investigation.

#58 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-24 03:51 PM | Reply

"The Special Counsel's investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 US presidential election."

- Barr letter on Mueller findings

#59 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-24 03:53 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

There is no justice in America.

#60 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 04:05 PM | Reply

There is no justice in America.
#60 | POSTED BY TRUTHHURTS

What do you mean?

Be specific.

#61 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-24 04:11 PM | Reply

When the POTUS can go on tv and say he fired the head of the FBI because the DoJ was investigating his ties to Russia-that is obstruction of justice-self evident.

When that is not considered a crime, there is no justice in America.

#62 | Posted by truthhurts at 2019-03-24 04:15 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

#62 firing Comey didn't have any affect on any investigation. The context of that was Comey was privately telling Trump he wasn't the subject of an investigation but wasn't doing so publicly, thus allowing the narrative to fester. I get that this is a terrible day for you given how much you've been emotionally invested in this narrative.

You may yet get your pound of flesh though. Trump has a serious SDNY problem.

#63 | Posted by JeffJ at 2019-03-24 04:23 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

There is no justice in America.
#60 | POSTED BY TRUTHHURTS

No justice, no peace. We should take to the streets demanding Mueller's report be released in full the way they Brits are doing in their demand for a Brexit re-vote.

#64 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-24 09:09 PM | Reply

I've interacted with Glenn Greenwald when I wrote about a PAC he was involved in. He was the most dishonest person I've ever dealt with on the left.
#34 | Posted by rcade at 2019-03-24 01:56 PM

FYI if you are interested:

Michael Weiss @michaeldweiss

Get used to this. Literally everyone Greenwald is celebrating as having been prescient on what Mueller would conclude argued that Russia didn't hack the DNC, which Mueller concluded.
twitter.com

Michael Weiss @michaeldweiss

Michael Weiss Retweeted Glenn Greenwald
You deleted more than 20,000 of your tweets on Russia in advance of an embarrassing New Yorker profile of you.
twitter.com

There's more, but those are some highlights. One of my favorite lines:

That they've all learned to stop worrying and trust the "deep state" is one of the more intriguing developments of the 22 month-old news story.

#65 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-25 07:45 AM | Reply

He would be engaging in coordination with hackers who had illegally obtained stolen information and trying to use it for Trump's gain. - rcade
He wasn't in communication with the hackers. He was in communication with wikileak insiders. And yes there is basis it was only after it was ascertained. If not he would be charged with a lot more than they are charging him for, should go without saying.
#57 | Posted by AndreaMackris at 2019-03-24 03:49 PM

He was in communication with both:

Stone also exchanged private Twitter messages in August and September of 2016 with a user known as Guccifer 2.0. Guccifer claimed in a posting on their Wordpress site to have "penetrated Hillary Clinton's and other Democrats' mail servers," but the self-described hacker was later characterized by U.S. officials as a front for Russian military intelligence. Stone only published that exchange after it was revealed by The Smoking Gun, a website that publishes mugshots and other public documents.
www.theatlantic.com

#66 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2019-03-25 07:55 AM | Reply

It's good we learned the contents of those emails.

#67 | Posted by visitor_ at 2019-03-25 06:48 PM | Reply

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