On October 25, 2017, I posted an entry about the JFK files and included material from a video by Dick Morris, who explained the political background at the time of the Kennedy assassination.

Morris was an advisor to Bill Clinton for 20 years but eventually saw the error of his ways and became a Republican.

In the video below, he first discusses the Uranium One scandal and the dossier on Trump. These two issues, he says, are huge. Both point to Hillary Clinton:

Robert Mueller is investigating Trump’s connections to Russia. However, with more information coming out about Uranium One — for a summary, see my post from October 2016 — it looks as if Mueller’s investigation could turn from Trump to Clinton.

As for the dossier, Morris says that it could profoundly affect the FBI and CIA. According to him, former MI6 agent Christopher Steele has had longstanding ties with the FBI, beginning with the FIFA World Cup bribery scandal in 2010. Morris says that his research has uncovered that Steele himself did not write the dossier but was given anonymous documents to compile.

Where did they come from? Morris thinks the FBI and CIA were out to prevent Trump from taking office.

Hillary’s campaign funded the dossier, paying Fusion GPS, who had hired Steele. Morris says the FBI must have known that. The dossier was supposed to have been released after the election to scupper Trump’s votes in the Electoral College in December 2016, but it was not. It surfaced on January 11, 2017, nine days before Trump’s inauguration. The timing was meant to prevent Trump from being inaugurated.

Yet, to date, none of what is in the dossier is true.

Morris says that Steele is the common link here to Fusion GPS (which has Russian clients), the FBI, the CIA and MI6. He says to watch for more information coming in the weeks ahead.

Also relevant, Morris says, is the unmasking scandal, whereby Trump and some of his associates were bugged in Trump Tower.

One of the people under investigation is a man named Carter Page. Morris tells us that Carter Page was never part of Trump’s campaign team. At one point, he said he was a part-time adviser to the Trump campaign, but, in fact, he was a volunteer and only peripherally. He had never even met Trump. The Trump campaign wrote to him, Morris says, telling him to stop saying he was an adviser. Strangely, Page’s name showed up in Steele’s dossier as being one of the primary go-to men between Trump and Vladimir Putin. The FBI also had him under surveillance. Morris says this is how Carter Page came to be investigated. Page has been interviewed off and on this year by the FBI and the Senate and House Intelligence Committees. He last gave testimony to the House Intelligence Committee on November 2.

Something big is about to unravel. Trump can sit back and watch it explode.

The second part of Morris’s video concerns the November 3 release of more JFK files — 553 CIA documents, to be precise. Morris is amazed that, after 54 years, the agencies involved are still asking for more time (up to April 26, 2018), to go through their documents.

The National Archives press release states, in part:

The majority of the public release today consists of 553 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) records that were previously denied in their entirety.  Also included in the release are records from components of the Departments of Justice (18) and Defense (48), the House Select Committee on Assassinations (56), and the National Archives (1).  Released records are available for download.

More to follow.

In closing, Dick Morris’s latest book, Rogue Spooks, co-authored with Eileen McGann, came out in August. The readers who commented on Amazon say that Morris explains the goings-on with the FBI and CIA clearly and in-depth. The book also includes background to the aforementioned dossier (emphases mine):

This dossier―filled with little more than gossip, rumor, and innuendo―was compiled by Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence operative who teamed up with the FBI and anti-Trump partisans. Hillary Clinton supporters paid for Steele’s work.

When no news media would publish the unverified dossier, the ex-spook enlisted the help of a former UK ambassador to Russia, who arranged in turn for a former U.S. assistant secretary of state to get the document to Senator John McCain, in the hope that he would then bring it to FBI Director James Comey’s attention. McCain did just that.

Comey himself played a critical role in the dossier ultimately going public, giving a confidential summary to President Obama and congressional leaders. It was immediately leaked by rogue spooks in order to demean, destabilize, and destroy Donald Trump’s nascent presidency.

The dossier and this mythical intelligence are the basis for the phony claims about a Russia-Trump collusion to steal the election. No proof was found. No substantiation uncovered. Even Comey told Trump he was not under investigation for the Russian meddling charges.

But that didn’t end the leaks or the allegations. Working in concert with liberal news outlets, these rogue spooks have formed a new Intel/Media complex that threatens our democracy.

I still know too many people who believe what passes as news, including this dossier. One woman I know is sure that the content is true. She couldn’t be more wrong, but it’s doubtful that even Dick Morris could convince her. Sad!

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