Sunday, May 20, 2018
Unraveling the Conspirators of the FBI Leads to Cambridge Professor
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The Democrats began their witch hunt against President Donald J. Trump the way they do everything else . . . without a speck of evidence, but they've always believed that if the accusations are big enough, it will always destroy their opposition. With your average, run-of-the-mill establishment Republicans, such schemes work quite effectively. However, Trump is not your usual politician. In fact, he's not a politician at all. So, the strategy of investigating him without a crime, with the only evidence a false dossier paid for by Hillary Clinton as their guide in search of Russian collusion, is back-firing. Not only have they found nothing to incriminate Trump with, the whole thing keeps exposing how corrupt the liberal left Democrats are. The deep state is now a common topic in political conversations, and the reality that the Democrats were criminally using our intelligence agencies and law enforcement agencies to spy on Trump and his Republican counterparts is becoming clearer and clearer each and every day.
In the latest revelation to come out of the whole thing is the story of a Cambridge professor with deep ties to American and British intelligence who has been outed as an agent who snooped on the Trump presidential campaign for the FBI.
Donald Trump, early on, had been saying that the Democrats were spying on his campaign, but nobody realized the mafia-like activities of the Democrats went so deep.
Recent reports include admissions by FBI sources that agents were sent in to snoop on the Trump camp. The reality that this was truly going on has heightened suspicions that the FBI was seeking to entrap Trump campaign aides. Papodopoulous has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, while Lisa Page (who recently resigned from the FBI, by the way) was the subject of a federal surveillance warrant. Page, if you'll remember, was the FBI lawyer trading text messages with Peter Strzok, the former deputy chief of the FBI’s counterintelligence division, out of which all kinds of new realizations about the panic mode the Democrats were in regarding Trump has been revealed.
“If the FBI or DOJ was infiltrating a campaign for the benefit of another campaign, that is a really big deal,” President Trump tweeted, calling for the FBI to release additional documents to Congress.
The Halper revelation also shows the Obama administration’s FBI began prying into the opposing party’s presidential nominee earlier than it previously admitted.
You mean they lied? How cow! What a shocker!
Stefan Halper, a Cambridge professor, who has a long history of working with the CIA, was given the job of heading up the operation regarding keeping tabs on Trump’s election campaign. He began his communications over all of this with Page all the way back in July of 2016, undermining fired FBI Director James Comey’s previous claim that the bureau’s investigation into the Trump campaign began at the end of that month.
Yes, that's right, more evidence that James Comey is a liar.
The professor then worked to become a mole inside the Trump campaign, meeting with the Trump campaign's co-chair Sam Clovis in late August, offering his services as a foreign-policy adviser. The Washington Post reported on this without naming the academic.
Clovis did not see the conversation as suspicious, his attorney told the paper — but is now “unsettled” that “the professor” never mentioned he’d struck up a relationship with Page.
Days later, Halper contacted Papadopoulos by e-mail. The professor offered the young and inexperienced campaign aide $3,000 and an all-expenses-paid trip to London, ostensibly to write a paper about energy in the eastern Mediterranean region.
“George, you know about hacking the e-mails from Russia, right?” the professor pressed Papadopoulos when they met, according to reports — a reference to Trump’s campaign-trail riffs about Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server.
Sources close to Papadopoulos told NBC News that he now believes Halper was working for an intelligence agency.
Another layer has been peeled back. Indictments are at the ready. The next few months are going to get very interesting.
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