Featured Photograph: Former FBI Director James Comey speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill Washington, Monday, Dec. 17, 2018. His testimony and statements appear to contradict those made by his colleague, former CIA Director John Brennan.
During the now infamous — even comical — testimony by former Special Counsel Robert Mueller, a “card-carrying” official with the nation’s Deep State a/k/a Shadow Government, he sounded as if he was asleep at the wheel during the more than two-year probe into allegations that the victorious GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump colluded with Russian agents to steal the election away from Hillary Clinton.
Mueller seemed to be the perfect choice to conduct the Trump probe since he has visible ties to a number of attorneys who donated money to the Clinton presidential campaign, attended special events for the Hillary for President campaign, or were on record denigrating and smearing Trump. The fact that Mueller never heard of Fusion GPS shows just how slow-witted Mueller was while heading one of the most important government operations in U.S. history.
Former FBI Director James Comey — who was eventually fired by President Donald Trump — provided lawmakers with a closed-door interview that revealed to Republicans and Democrats that there exists a major contradiction to claims made by his former intelligence counterpart, John Brennan.
When the alleged liar and leaker Comey said the so-called “dirty dossier” was used in an intelligence community assessment in January of 2017, he claimed it was his duty that dictated his actions against President Trump and his top advisers.
During an interview on NBC TV’s Meet the Press, rabid anti-trump host Chuck Todd asked Brennan, who now works for MSNBC as a security analyst, if the so-called “dirty dossier,” — now believed to be a complete hoax– is the evidence the FBI used as corroboration to get a FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) court judge to issue a search warrant to investigate President Donald Trump.
It’s become an accepted fact that the discredited dossier, which the Democratic Party and Deep State conspirators paid for was part of their overthrow of the Trump presidency. “Here we have two of the top deep state operators seemingly turning on one another after knowingly trafficking in documents that contain descriptions of some of the most debasing and sordid sex acts committed by Donald Trump,” said Jillian Baylord, a former staff detective for the criminal prosecutors’ office.
“The sources who provided ‘evidence’ against Trump are believed to be perpetrators of a hoax meant to destroy Trump’s chance to beat his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. Once she lost, they began to implement their “Plan B” to have Trump recalled or impeached,” Baylord said.
The dossier was built-up as serious research funded by the President Trump’s opponents at the Democratic National Committee, the Clinton campaign, George Soros and others.
When Chuck Todd asked his media company’s national security analyst Brennan about George Papadopoulos, who served as a low-level adviser to Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, and his alleged ties to Russia, the question should have been a simple one to answer, for anyone who has been following the twists and turns of the Russiagate narrative.
For over a year, press reports had proclaimed that the FBI’s July 2016 investigation into the Trump campaign’s Russia connections had originated with a dossier compiled by an impeccable British intelligence source who alleged that Russia had compromising material on the Republican candidate.
Further, the document alleges that Trump aides had committed serious crimes in coordination with Russian officials. But the so-called Steele dossier, named for the former British spy Christopher Steele, who allegedly authored it, proved to be opposition research that the Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee paid the Washington, D.C. strategic communications firm Fusion GPS millions of dollars to produce and distribute to the press.
In a 2018 edition of the nationally syndicated talk show Crosstalk with Jim Schneider, the guest — Jim Kouri, editor of Conservative Base — and the host looked at the 4-page Foreign Intelligence and Surveillance Act (FISA) memo that was declassified. That was the GOP intelligence memo that sheds light on what some believe are subversive, behind the scenes actions of the FBI and the Department of Justice in their alleged war on the Trump campaign.
During the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, then- President Barack Hussein Obama’s senior intelligence and Justice Department officials utilized what now appears to be illegal spying against the Trump campaign.
They are highly suspected of knowingly using DNC and Clinton campaign-generated materials to obtain secret FISA warrants to interfere with the election and provide an “insurance policy” against a Trump presidency with the false allegations of Trump-Russia collusion on the DNC’s hacking which eventually was published by Julian Assange’s Wikileaks, all the while hiding the political origins of these lies from the FISA court.
Joining Jim Schneider on Crosstalk to discuss this issue was Robert Romano, the vice president of public policy with Americans for Limited Government. Is the FISA memo trumped-up partisanship or is this a matter of serious concern? Robert believes it’s the latter.
There was a lot wrong with the dossier that was used to obtain the FISA court warrant. So Robert believes the fact that the charges against Paul Manafort, Richard Gates, Michael Flynn and George Papadopoulos haven’t been dropped is rather outrageous and is clearly a violation of the Fourth Amendment because there was no probable cause. It was based upon lies. ‘Facts’ were being submitted that were not facts.
According to Romano, it looks like they took what they thought were travel records of Trump officials and then filled in the blanks with falsehoods. Robert gave the example of Michael Cohen who was supposed to be in Prague in August of 2016 (according to the Steele dossier) speaking with Russian agents about cleaning up the mess per the WikiLeaks disclosure. The problem with this is that Cohen has communicated that he’s never been to Prague. So, if he wasn’t in Prague in 2016, then he couldn’t have been there speaking with Russian agents cleaning up the mess dealing with WikiLeaks and the dossier. This means that whoever Steele’s sources were that claimed he was there and having such conversations should be called into question.