We continue the 4th part:
Dimitry Alperovich – the CEO of Crowdstrike that “investigated” the hacking of the DNC’s servers is a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at Atlantic. The FBI was refused access to independently examine the DNC servers. Interestingly, Alperovich’s bio appears to have been disabled.
James Clapper – Obama’s Director of National Intelligence, serves on the Atlantic Council’s International Advisory Board. Clapper was the architect of the report on Russian Election Interference – Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent U.S. Elections.
Evelyn Farkas – who famously disclosed the plan to disseminate information gathered on President Trump, is a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at Atlantic. Farkas served as Obama’s Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russia/Ukraine/Eurasia.
Irena Chalupa – does not appear to be related to Alexandra Chalupa (I’ve been unable to confirm and have seen conflicting reports) – is a Non-Resident Fellow at Atlantic. Irena Chalupa is also a senior correspondent at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. She is a former Director of the Ukrainian National Information Service (UNIS) – the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America’s Washington public affairs bureau.
WOW MORE STAGGERING COINCIDENCES! The Atlantic Counsel is a Clown op dressed up as a Think Tank.
But what does that have to do with exposure by Team Trump and Q?
Two words. Or first names rather:
J Michael Waller unpacked some of the unbelievable history here, showing how far back some of this stuff really goes, starting with the relationship between Greg Craig and Ted Kennedy. The link to the thread is followed by screencaps of the whole thread, for archival purposes:
Brian Cates had this to add:
Are you following this?
Have you wondered how these gutter-trash media outlets have somehow managed to stay solvent all this time, despite falling readership and dramatically increased competition from user-generated content?
Well, you just got your answer.
To be continued…