And, to some extent, it feels like a word salad. There's this guy, who used to work for that guy, and he worked at this place, which used to do business with another place, and to understand why that is important, we need to take a side journey ... and talk about another guy, who knew a guy ...
Lots of words.
And the conclusion:
It looks like someone wants to do something with those IP addresses. What it is, people with other expert backgrounds will probably have to divine.
Reminds me of that old line in a letter written by Lincoln (IIRC): I apologize for the length of this letter, but I didn’t have time to write a shorter one. :)
Dyer is retired USN Intel. Very thorough. Think the point is that the IPs belong to a non-demonrat controlled element of mil, unknown segments or... agencies. Not the (C)lowns.
You’re right, like every story I’ve read about this, it’s techno-babble nonsense.