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CIA, FBI Informant Was Washington Post Source For Russiagate Smears
Eustace Muffins
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CIA and FBI informant Stefan Halper served as a source for Washington Post reporter David Ignatius, providing more evidence that the intelligence community has co-opted the press to push anti-Trump conspiracy theories. In addition, an email recently obtained by The Federalist from the MI5-connected Christopher Andrew bragging that his long-time friend Ignatius has the “‘inside track’ on Flynn” adds further confirmation of this conclusion.

Svetlana Lokhova, the Russian-born English citizen and Soviet-era scholar, told The Federalist that she only realized the significance of her communications with and about Ignatius following the filing of attorney Sidney Powell’s reply brief in the Michael Flynn case.

Powell wrote:

Stefan Halper is a known long-time operative for the CIA/FBI. He was paid exorbitant sums by the FBI/CIA/DOD through the Department of Defense Department’s Office of Net Assessment in 2016. His tasks seem to have included slandering Mr. Flynn with accusations of having an affair with a young professor (a British national of Russian descent) Flynn met at an official dinner at Cambridge University when he was head of DIA in 2014. Flynn has requested the records of Col. James Baker because he was Halper’s ‘handler’ in the Office of Net Assessment in the Pentagon, and ONA Director Baker regularly lunched with Washington Post Reporter David Ignatius. Baker is believed to be the person who illegally leaked the transcript of Mr. Flynn’s calls to Ignatius. The defense has requested the phone records of James Clapper to confirm his contacts with Washington Post reporter Ignatius—especially on January 10, 2017, when Clapper told Ignatius in words to the effect of ‘take the kill shot on Flynn.’ It cannot escape mention that the press has long had transcripts of the Kislyak calls that the government has denied to the defense.

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“Halper had been pushing the story that I was a Russian spy and Flynn’s mistress since December of 2016,” Lokhova told me. “The New York Times’ Mathew Rosenberg told me a source had been circulating these stories since December 2016,” Lokhova said, “but they held the story until they could find a second source and someone at the Cambridge dinner.”

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But it wasn’t until the Wall Street Journal published its March 17, 2017, article suggesting she had inappropriate contacts with Flynn that Lokhova discovered the earlier article Andrew had written about her for the Sunday Times, Lokhova said. Before then, within days of February 28, 2017, several journalists reached out to her for comment, including two working for the Wall Street Journal, but Lokhova didn’t know why.

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Eustace Muffins  Wrote: (11-06-2019 03:05 AM)
“Halper had been pushing the story that I was a Russian spy and Flynn’s mistress since December of 2016,” Lokhova told me. “The New York Times’ Mathew Rosenberg told me a source had been circulating these stories since December 2016,” Lokhova said, “but they held the story until they could find a second source and someone at the Cambridge dinner.”

Literally one month after election..smh
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It's all coming out.

Derp State is going down.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-06-2019 03:32 AM)
It's all coming out.

Derp State is going down.

Cmicsfee

No doubt, and look how the usuall suspects wont even touch this thread. chuckle

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Eustace Muffins  Wrote: (11-06-2019 12:10 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-06-2019 03:32 AM)
It's all coming out.

Derp State is going down.

Cmicsfee

No doubt, and look how the usuall suspects wont even touch this thread. chuckle


That’s because it’s word soup and has zero relevance to Flynn’s plea of guilty while under oath...much less the completely unrelated Impeachment under way.

To quote your “source” article directly:
“ What “inside track” Andrew meant is unknown—and when asked what his “inside track” on Flynn was, Ignatius did not respond—but his note came a mere month after Ignatius reported the illegally leaked details of Flynn’s conversation with the Russian ambassador, which eventually led to Flynn’s firing.”

So...your “smoking gun” email that is trying to imply that Andrew has some kind of “secret” knowledge plainly states that the email in question came out a full month AFTER Ignatius PUBLICLY reported it to the whole f*cking world.

Congratulations, Columbo...you have successfully determined that Andrew MIGHT have read a newspaper in the month preceding his email to this Svetlana broad which would completely explain how he could draw the same conclusions as the other 7.3 billion people on earth that Ignatius seemed to have an “inside track” on the matter.

TICK-TOCK!!! Just wait till the DOJ discovers that people in the UK can google month-old articles on Wapo.com!!!

Lol
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-06-2019 05:11 PM)
Eustace Muffins  Wrote: (11-06-2019 12:10 PM)
No doubt, and look how the usuall suspects wont even touch this thread. chuckle


That’s because it’s word soup and has zero relevance to Flynn’s plea of guilty while under oath...much less the completely unrelated Impeachment under way.

To quote your “source” article directly:
“ What “inside track” Andrew meant is unknown—and when asked what his “inside track” on Flynn was, Ignatius did not respond—but his note came a mere month after Ignatius reported the illegally leaked details of Flynn’s conversation with the Russian ambassador, which eventually led to Flynn’s firing.”

So...your “smoking gun” email that is trying to imply that Andrew has some kind of “secret” knowledge plainly states that the email in question came out a full month AFTER Ignatius PUBLICLY reported it to the whole f*cking world.

Congratulations, Columbo...you have successfully determined that Andrew MIGHT have read a newspaper in the month preceding his email to this Svetlana broad which would completely explain how he could draw the same conclusions as the other 7.3 billion people on earth that Ignatius seemed to have an “inside track” on the matter.

TICK-TOCK!!! Just wait till the DOJ discovers that people in the UK can google month-old articles on Wapo.com!!!

Lol

You're in a for a rude awakening, it's a shame you're a pu$$y in anon mode. Anyways

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opini...ew-summary





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Why did Flynn plead guilty then?

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not one of those people gave birth to me, I never wanted a deep state or any other person just like me, telling me what to think or do

dumb communist/socialist want it, not me
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-06-2019 03:32 AM)
It's all coming out.

Derp State is going down.

Cmicsfee

Looks like it from here...But in order for the deep state to go down permanently would require their Globalist Corporate Propaganda Networks tanking as well. I don't see that happening...they will just rebrand/shape-shift and it's Talmudic "News" as per usual,... and anyone who points that out will be labeled an Anti-"Semite"...even their own, burdened with a conscience....




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Eustace Muffins  Wrote: (11-07-2019 12:35 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-06-2019 05:11 PM)

That’s because it’s word soup and has zero relevance to Flynn’s plea of guilty while under oath...much less the completely unrelated Impeachment under way.

To quote your “source” article directly:
“ What “inside track” Andrew meant is unknown—and when asked what his “inside track” on Flynn was, Ignatius did not respond—but his note came a mere month after Ignatius reported the illegally leaked details of Flynn’s conversation with the Russian ambassador, which eventually led to Flynn’s firing.”

So...your “smoking gun” email that is trying to imply that Andrew has some kind of “secret” knowledge plainly states that the email in question came out a full month AFTER Ignatius PUBLICLY reported it to the whole f*cking world.

Congratulations, Columbo...you have successfully determined that Andrew MIGHT have read a newspaper in the month preceding his email to this Svetlana broad which would completely explain how he could draw the same conclusions as the other 7.3 billion people on earth that Ignatius seemed to have an “inside track” on the matter.

TICK-TOCK!!! Just wait till the DOJ discovers that people in the UK can google month-old articles on Wapo.com!!!

Lol

You're in a for a rude awakening, it's a shame you're a pu$$y in anon mode. Anyways

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opini...ew-summary

Why would I be in for a “rude awakening”?

1. Unlike Trumpies...I don’t excuse criminal behavior or feel as though 100% of everyone that might agree with me politically is infallible, nor am I precluded from changing my conclusions when new evidence is presented as conservativism demands from its cult members. If FBI interviews truly were materially altered, then charges should be pressed against those who did so.

2. Flynn’s guilt or innocence while extremely important to Flynn (obviously) doesn’t change anything at all in the big picture of impeachment. Flynn isn’t a witness nor even worked in the administration at the time Trump has confessed to criminally extorting a foreign government and attempted bribery.

3. Your first “source” link was incoherent word soup trying to build a “conspiracy” based on the idea that a Brit has access to a publicly available newspaper article that all 7.3 billion people on earth could read for free on the internet for a month beforehand.

4. Your second link is at least coherently constructed...and in fairness does raise a couple of points that SHOULD be looked into. However, at the same time...it’s hardly any kind of big smoking gun, either. Missing in your Rohrschach test op-Ed article is any indication that the 302 being referenced for editing is actually FLYNN’s 302 as opposed to SOMEONE ELSE’S 302. In addition there is nothing per se to suggest that those “edits” contain anything more than the standard grammar, spelling, and punctuation correction that THE AUTHOR STATES ARE ROUTINE STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE.

5. Regarding the single and sole discrepancy referenced between the 302’s and the investigator notes...for Flynn’s sake this SHOULD be looked into. However, while it IS WORTH looking into...we should ALSO not blindly assume that the claim is automatically true given that the “source” is an op-Ed piece on a conservative punditry blog and no actual notes are provided to the reader to review. There were two agents questioning Flynn...did they have conflicting notes? It’s common practice in a criminal investigation to ask the same question multiple times in multiple manners...did Flynn ONCE state he didn’t remember the 4 to 5 phone calls followed by three admissions that he DID?? You and I both don’t know because your “source” neither specifies nor think you are intelligent enough to review the notes yourself and form your own conclusion.

6. Comey’s bragging about the stupidity of the Trump admin and Flynn for talking to agents without counsel is irrelevant. The GOP wasn’t “victimized”...no one said the COULDN’T have a WH counsel present. That’s just the price of stupidity. Same thing happens to you if you are a suspect in a crime and you waive your right to counsel.

7. MOST IMPORTANTLY...Regardless of extremely vague text messages, allegations of 302 edits, or tales of discrepancies to investigator notes...THERE HAS STILL BEEN NO EXPLANATION as to WHY Flynn’s original legal counsel NEVER MENTIONED IT DURING DISCOVERY PRIOR TO PLEADING GUILTY UNDER OATH.

8. This idea that Flynn was coerced into a guilty plea is incoherent. Prior to entering any kind of plea, a defendants attorney has the right to review evidence and even motion for dismissal. If Flynn’s statements to investigators were materially and significantly altered to frame him...WHY WOULDN’T he motion to dismiss on those grounds at the onset?? Even if the motion was denied and he later plead guilty, he would have AT LEAST had the issue on record for appeal later??? This would be the kind of egregious legal fuckup in representation that one would expect out of an overworked inner city public defender on an armed robbery case...I have a hard time believing that a top flight defense attorney in a high profile case with potential consequences for national security and presidential impeachment would simply “forget” to verify the accuracy of the 302’s.

Now...that being said...however implausible I find the idea, I’m STILL willing to admit that those who agree with me politically are not infallible or divinely inspired and we should look into the matter to ensure we are not sending an innocent man to prison.

The question is...are YOU willing to admit that Flynn’s guilt or innocence is completely irrelevant at this point to the impeachable felonies Trump has confessed to on National TV and then committed again on National TV on the South Lawn of the White House for all to see?
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