Senate Intelligence Committee

US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent U.S. Elections Volumes 1-5 


*Page 941 Senators Risch, Rubio, Blunt, Cotton, Cornyn, and Sasse wrote an addendum that failed to recognize hard evidence that proves coordination between the GRU and Trump Campaign stating, “the Committee found no evidence that then-candidate Donald Trump or his campaign colluded with the Russian government in its efforts to meddle in the election…Decisions taken were the result of a foreign policy viewpoint, not illicit Russian influence.” To demonstrate Trump’s supposed tough stance on  Russia, they stated “effectuated the largest expulsion of Russian spies in U.S. history after Russian operatives poisoned Sergei Skripal [sic] in London, provided Javelin anti-tank missiles to Ukraine to deter Russian aggression, and led the U.S. withdrawal from the Open Skies Treaty and Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty-international agreements that the Russians have been violating for years and wish to preserve.”  Proving those correct who have said that leaking the Steele Dossier would be helpful for Trump, the Senators continue “That unverified, uncorroborated, foreign information was then actively circulated with the press to disparage a U.S. political candidate.” Regarding the FISA warrant applications for members of the Trump Campaign (Carter Page, for one), the Senators failed to recognize the findings of the examinations of them, which was that the FISA applications contained evidence independent of the Steele Dossier that was legitimate and of grave concern for national security.  The Senators stated “with no doubt, there was no collusion.”  The crime is one of Conspiracy.  The Senators are continuing the false narrative generated by the GRU and fellow traitors, conspirators, and obstructors of justice.

Republican Party:

  • Marco Rubio (R-FL)*-Acting Chairman
  • James Risch (R-ID)*
  • Susan Collins (R-ME)
  • Roy Blunt (R-MO)
  • Tom Cotton (R-AR)*
  • John Cornyn-(R-TX)*
  • Ben Sasse (R-NE)*
  • Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) was the Chairman until he stepped down while remaining a member on May 15, 2020, following an FBI investigation into insider trading allegations during CoVid-19. Burr issued a subpoena to Donald Trump Jr. during the Russia probe and Trump’s allies have not forgotten.
    • Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) called for Burr’s resignation
    • FBI serves warrant on senator in investigation of stock sales linked to coronavirus LA Times May 13, 2020

      “Burr sold a significant percentage of his stock portfolio in 33 different transactions on Feb. 13, just as his committee was receiving daily coronavirus briefings and a week before the stock market declined sharply. Much of the stock was invested in businesses that in subsequent weeks were hit hard by the plunging market…$628,000 and $1.72 million. The stock trades were first reported by the Center for Responsive Politics and ProPublica…In late February and early March, Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) sold stocks valued at between $1.25 million and $3.1 million in companies that later dropped significantly, including ExxonMobil. She also bought shares in Citrix, which makes telework software. Loeffler, who was appointed to her seat to fill a vacancy and faces an election later this year, said after the sales became public that she and her husband would divest all individual stocks. Burr, a longtime supporter of federal programs responsible for dealing with a pandemic, sits on two Senate committees that got early briefings on the coronavirus — the Intelligence Committee and the Senate committee that handles health issues. The health committee received a briefing on the virus on Feb. 12, one day before his stock trades. The same day Burr sold his stocks, Burr’s brother-in-law, Gerald Fauth, sold between $97,000 and $280,000 worth of six stocks, according to documents filed with the Office of Government Ethics. Fauth serves on the National Mediation Board, which provides mediation for labor disputes in the aviation and rail industries. Burr has denied coordinating trading with his brother-in-law. In 2012, Congress prohibited lawmakers from acting on intelligence they learn because of their privileged position, such as briefings with high-level federal officials. Under the STOCK Act, lawmakers are required to disclose their stock market activity but are still allowed to own stock, even in industries they might oversee. The law passed the Senate in 2012 in a 96-3 vote. Among the three senators to oppose the bill was Burr.” LA Times Coronavirus Corruption

Democratic Party:

  • Mark Warner (D-VA)-Vice Chairman
  • Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)
  • Ron Wyden (D- OR)
  • Martin Heinrich (D-NM)
  • Angus King (D-ME)
  • Kamala Harris (D-CA)
  • Michael Bennet (D-CO)