It sounds as though things are about to heat up for the Trump accusers, as the attorney general, inspectors general, and others close in on the truth of who and what really triggered the spying and investigations into President Trump.
As House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) prepares to hold Attorney General Barr in contempt of Congress for not complying with what appears to be an illegal demand to release the full, unredacted Mueller report and supporting documentation, the Russian collusion narrative continues to unravel.
Central to the entire Russia probe (prior to Carter Page and the FISA warrants), was the relationship between George Papadopoulos and “Russian agent” and Professor Joseph Mifsud. The charges against Mr. Papadopoulos, according to the sentencing memorandum below, partially stated that he lied to investigators, impeding the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference (p.6) and hindering “investigators’ ability to effectively question the Professor…or potentially detain or arrest him” (p. 6).
George Papadopoulos Government Sentencing MemorandumPapadopoulos Charging Document
In the video excerpt from Hannity below, former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) makes a strong case that Joseph Mifsud is not a Russian agent, but instead, an agent of Western intelligence. And, as the letter further below details, he is asking the intelligence community for all correspondence related to Mr. Mifsud.
Rep. Nunes’ Letter to the Intelligence Community Regarding Mifsud
The Papadopoulos sentencing memorandum also mentions a “Female Russian National” – introduced to Mr. Papadopoulos by Mr. Mifsud – who supposedly had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton. Since Mifsud is most likely a Western intelligence asset, it is reasonable to assume the “Female Russian National” is one, as well.
Not unrelated, we now know Mr. Papadopoulos was also approached by a previously unnamed woman, Azra Turk, who was an F.B.I. plant posing as Cambridge Professor Stefan Halper’s research assistant. According to a recent New York Times article, she met Mr. Papadopoulos under the guise of discussing foreign policy issues, and directly asked, “Was the Trump campaign working with Russia?”
How many assets did the United States and its allies engage to spy on Trump?
According to the video clip from [Fox News] Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) says Attorney General Barr is going to get to the bottom of all the spying and skullduggery. During the interview, he also references the letter White House Special Counsel Emmet Flood (further below) sent to AG Barr, which addresses many improprieties surrounding the Russia collusion hoax, including illegal leaks that lead to the Mueller probe.
WH Special Counsel Emmet Flood’s Letter to AG BarrWH Special Counsel Emmet Flood Letter to AG Barr
As previously stated, it sounds as though things are about to heat up for the Trump accusers.