I'm Right Again Dot Com

A Weekly Online Publication of the Anonymous Anything Society —  April 11, 2018


Dossier: "A file, containing detailed documents about a person or topic" - Webster's Dictionary

   True Mr. President, The Internet is full of what you term "Fake News," some of which you are personally responsible, which makes sifting fact from fiction a daunting task for everyone on planet Earth, especially since you keep changing your mind on specifics of important challenges to the topmost executive position in the world.

    The local morning newspaper now publishes a special section each Sunday of "Things That Didn't Happen Last Week," I recall the worst from the most recent presidential election: a charge that Democrat Party Presidential Candidate Clinton and her campaign manager were running a child sex ring from the basement of a (named, actual) pizza parlor in the Washington area.

    I continue to have a hard time accepting the fact that anyone would believe this, but an adult person, described at the time as an excellent parent and patriot, who upon reading the malicious article someone published on the internet, took his AR-15 on a 24-hour trip to the Washington area and made a one-man assault on the pizza place. Fortunately, he was a bad shot, and missed the head cook. He could have died from terminal embarrassment when he was shown that the parlor had no basement and no sex slaves—only a number of underpaid teenagers caught tossing unbaked dough in the air.

    Also, you might have missed this back in January of 2017: a widely-read American internet media company called BuzzFeed, Inc. published a lurid story about Orbis Business Intelligence, a small, but respected British investigative research firm headed by Christopher Steele, and a partner, both of whom reportedly had long, outstanding records of service with the famed British Secret Intelligence Service, M.I.6.

    BuzzFeed alleged that Orbis had produced a dossier, containing alleged documentation that Trump's campaign had "accepted a regular flow of intelligence from the Kremlin," that Russian officials had been cultivating Trump as an asset for years; had even gained leverage by videotaping him engaged in sex acts with prostitutes.

    It will not be the first time that "Intelligence" is more than murky. Think "Weapons of Mass Destruction" and the inexplicable cost of determining that WMD was an illusion in a mad dictator's mind.

    It took nearly a year for me to draw a flow chart to guess who might be doing business with whom, and for reasons one had to guess. It turns out that Orbis had agreed to do opposition research—that is, be a sub-contractor for Fusion GPS, an American "research" company ...all contracted for by a law firm, Perkins Cole, which at the time was representing both Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic Party. Ann Mayer, a reporter for New Yorker Magazine says she learned from Steele that he was paid $160-thousand by the Clinton campaign and the DNC, proving that even false information pays big-time.

    THEY WILL NEVER LEARN DEPARTMENT: Now we have the never-ending series starring the Porn-Queen and the President of the United States, reinforcing an old Nixon adage. It's not what you get caught doing that does you in, its the attempt at a cover-up payoff made a few days before an election. Now we know the reason for that fleeting smirk on the face of Vladimir Putin.


-Phil Richardson, Observer of the Human Condition and Storyteller. "He goes doddering on into his old age, making a public nuisance of himself."—Joseph Menchen

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