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June 5, 2018

Surprise, The Media Lied Again! #SpyGate Is Real And It Is Worse Than Anyone Thought As Multiple New Revelations Are Uncovered

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By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

On May 23, 2018, after news reports outed Stefan Halper, the Cambridge professor with major ties to U.S. and British intelligence agencies, as having been sent to strike up relationships with a Trump campaign advisors Cater Page,  George Papadopoulos, and Sam Clovis in order to obtain information for the FBI, President Trump tweeted "SPYGATE could be one of the biggest political scandals in history!"

The Mockingbird Media immediately converged on two sets of talking points, in an attempt to control the narrative: 1) An operative sent by the FBI to covertly obtain information from a a person or persons within a presidential campaign of the opposing party cannot be called a 'spy," they must be called a "Human Source," or an  "informant," or an "intelligence gatherer; 2) Since the media declared Halper couldn't be called a spy, therefore, using the term SpyGate meant that the President was "pulling conspiracy theories from the fringe," which is part of the actual headline from NYT (Archive.is link here)

Last week, President Trump promoted new, unconfirmed accusations to suit his political narrative: that a “criminal deep state” element within Mr. Obama’s government planted a spy deep inside his presidential campaign to help his rival, Hillary Clinton, win — a scheme he branded “Spygate.” It was the latest indication that a president who has for decades trafficked in conspiracy theories has brought them from the fringes of public discourse to the Oval Office.

Now that he is president, Mr. Trump’s baseless stories of secret plots by powerful interests are having a distinct effect, eroding public trust in institutions, undermining the idea of objective truth and sowing widespread suspicions about the government and news media that mirror his own.

Politico called it a "claim," while Rolling Stones declared SpyGate a hoax, and the New Yorker called it "propaganda," with the others using some reiteration of the same.

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SURPRISE, THE MEDIA LIED AGAIN

I know, it really isn't a huge surprise anymore to find out that the liberal media in America lied, yet again, but they did. Recently more information has been revealed which not only shows that President Trump once again played the media, setting them up so they could expose their own lies, but that SpyGate is real, and it is worse than anyone even imagined, as well as having started long before the "official" Russia investigation supposedly began in July 2016.

According to USA Spending.gov, since 2012 the U.S. government has paid Stefan Halper up to $1 million on contracts for his services, but the specific dates shown in 2015 through 2018 is of high interest in regards to SpyGate. For example, one contract ended in July 2015, while the next began September 24, 2015 and lasted until September 27, 2016, and he was awarded $244,960 for services rendered . The next began the day before the last one ended, start date September 26, 2016 and lasted through March 29, 2018, and he was awarded $411,575.

Donald J. Trump announced his candidacy for President in June 2015.

Halper was a spy, no matter how many times the liberal media claims it is a "conspiracy," anyone paid money to covertly infiltrate a campaign, before and after the election, in order to obtain information to hand over to those paying him, is a spy. Period. Stop.

INTERTWINING INVESTIGATIONS BRINGS FORTH NEW INFORMATION

On May 20, 2018, President Trump had learned enough about SpyGate to demand an investigation, which he warned he was going to do in a tweet, stating "I hereby demand, and will do so officially tomorrow, that the Department of Justice look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for Political Purposes - and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the Obama Administration!"

President Trump didn't need to "officially" do so because within hours, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein asked DOJ Inspector General (IG), Michael Horowitz, to investigate whether the spying on the Trump campaign was politically motivated.

Justice Department spokeswoman Sarah Isgur announced, "The Department has asked the Inspector General to expand the ongoing review of the FISA application process to include determining whether there was any impropriety or political motivation in how the FBI conducted its counterintelligence investigation of persons suspected of involvement with the Russian agents who interfered in the 2016 presidential election." She then added "As always the Inspector General will consult with the appropriate U.S. Attorney if there is any evidence of potential criminal conduct."

The DOJ IG has a number of investigations already in the works, some concluded, and has issued one report already on former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, accusing him of lying multiple times, including under oath and unauthorized disclosures to the media. Along with that report, the IG also handed a criminal referral against McCabe to the appropriate prosecutors, who are already following up on his recommendation.

The long-awaited and highly anticipated report due out any day now, is his findings after more than a year of investigating,  in regards to "Allegations that Department or FBI policies or procedures were not followed in connection with, or in actions leading up to or related to, the FBI Director’s public announcement on July 5, 2016, and the Director’s letters to Congress on October 28 and November 6, 2016, and that certain underlying investigative decisions were based on improper considerations." This relates to the FBI/DOJ alleged misconduct in their investigation into the Hillary Clinton private server/classified information.

The IG is also investigating leaks from intelligence community members to the press, FISA abuses in using an unverified, Kremlin sourced dossier that was paid for by Hillary Clinton and the DNC to obtain FISA warrants to surveil Carter Page, and the SpyGate review.

What is significant about all of these investigations is that the IG is investigating many of the same people in each of the reviews, since the same members of the intelligence community were involved in each of those issues. The same people worked on the Clinton investigation, the Russia investigation and signed off on the FISA warrants without telling the FISA judges that it was the Clinton campaign and the DNC that paid for it, nor that the dossier was unverified.

Which is where the new information just revealed comes in and why it has come to light.

When the DOJ/FBI handed information over to congressional oversight committees, they redacted a significant amount of information, generally done for security purposes, but we have seen that some redacted information, once exposed, had nothing to do with security at all, but was to save the FBI/DOJ embarrassment.

For example: The FBI redacted the cost of a conference table purchased by Andrew McCabe, to which Chuck Grassley highlighted in a letter to Deputy AG Rosenstein in May:

On May 1, 2018, and May 18, 2018, Committee staff reviewed in camera less redacted versions of the Strzok and Page text message productions provided to the Committee. On several occasions, my staff have requested that the Department of Justice provide the Committee with a redaction key, to no avail. Thus, the Committee is still in the dark about the justification the Department is relying upon to withhold that information from Congress. As one example of redacted material, in a text message produced to the Committee, the price of Andrew McCabe’s $70,000 conference table was redacted.1 In another, an official’s name was redacted in reference to a text about the Obama White House “running” an investigation, although it is unclear to which investigation they were referring.2>

In order to see under the redactions, Committee staff had to travel to main Justice to review a lesser redacted version. When viewing the still redacted portions in context with the unredacted material, it appeared that the redacted portions may contain relevant information relating to the Committee’s ongoing investigation into the manner in which the Department of Justice and FBI handled the Clinton and Russia investigations.>

3 Congress, and the public, have a right to know how the Department spends taxpayer money. I am unaware of any legitimate basis on which the cost of a conference table should be redacted. Embarrassment is not a good enough reason. The manner in which some redactions have been used casts doubt on whether the remaining redactions are necessary and defensible.

It is now public knowledge that the FBI was redacting information that was not for the purpose of national security, which explains why a recent release by the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee (HSGAC), offers more information. While the previous 502 pages whcih included the original drafts of the Hillary Clinton exoneration letter, dated months before Clinton herself was even interviewed, and the long list of text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI special counsel Lisa Page,  was heavily redacted, this release offered some more unredacted information, because it came via the IG.

The IG has handed over certain documentation to Congress in preparation for a hearing by the Senate Judiciary Committee, titled Examining the Inspector General's First Report on The Justice Dept. Decisions Regarding the 2016 Presidential Election," originally slated for June 4, but postponed until June 11, in which IG Horowitz will be testifying.

The fact that Horowitz unredacted information, indicates it will be information addressed in one of his upcoming reports, and perhaps will also be addressed at the hearing.

One of those pieces of information shows conclusively that despite all the news reports to the contrary, and the denials of those involved, the "investigation" that supposedly began in July 2016 into Russian collusion with the Trump campaign, was planned six to seven months before the official investigation even began or has been acknowledged publicly.

This was first exposed by a researcher that calls himself Falco over on Twitter, with screen shots from page 31 of the newly unredacted portions of the report released by the HSGAC: His message along with the screen shots shown below, was: 

"1) BOMBSHELL- From DECEMBER 2015–The word LURES is redacted by FBI but not OIG

"OCONUS LURES"

OCONUS= Outside Contiguous US

LURES= In this context LURES = SPIES - multiple

Is this an admission that the FBI wanted to run a baited Sting Op using foreign agents against Trump?"

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(On top was the original redaction/Below the word unredacted from new report)

Retired intelligence operative Tony Shaffer says "I'd call this evidence of collusion and wrongdoing..."

ANOTHER HUGE LIE EXPOSED

Another important find by Vlogger Tracy Beanz, was in a text message between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, dated April 30, 2016, over a month before the Obama administration and the intelligence agencies under him "officially"  started the Russia probe.

The message stated "So now we've switched from the Patriot Act to a wire carrying current (redacted)."

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(Found on page 232 of the new HSGAC release- Embedded at the bottom of the article)

Beanz explains the significance of this: "The Patriot Act is the broad legislation that the government used to conduct much of it's "eavesdropping" via 702 queries on the American public-- and Donald Trump. We know that because of the valiant efforts of Admiral Rogers, the 702 queries were abruptly halted on April 18, 2016 when widespread and suspicious abuse was found- abuse we have widely attributed to contractors and others in the #Spygate scandal."

She then highlights something that was previously pointed out by The Markets Work website: "The {Redacted} contractors had access to raw FISA information that went well beyond what was necessary to respond to the FBI’s requests. The FBI discontinued the above-described access to raw FISA information as of April 18, 2016."

What is a wire carrying current in terms of spying? Could that be Wire taps?

Which highlights another huge lie by the Obama administration, and intelligence community, along with their puppets in the liberal media.

Anyone remember back in March 2017 when President Trump said  "Just found out that Obama had my 'wires tapped' in Trump Tower" and how the media instantly accused him of lying, while Obama officials mocked him?

Once again he set them up to expose themselves as liars.



BOTTOM LINE

Consistently the President has thrown out assertions just to have the media claim he lied, then months later we find out those claims were true, then he highlights how often the media lied about them, all the while tossing them red meat so they can go chase their tails regarding whatever the issue of outrage is of the day.

He literally lives rent free in their heads and seemingly enjoys watching them spin like mad so he can expose them for the propaganda machines they have allowed themselves to become.

In the meantime, as is discussed below, President Trump continues along his merry way doing the job we elected him him to do.



HSGAC RELEASE STRZOK PAGE TEXTS COMEY LETTER.pdf uploaded by Susan Duclos on Scribd



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