Moultrie Products
Secret Agent Man 000
Community
Contributors to this thread:
slade 07-Feb-18
JTV 07-Feb-18
JTV 07-Feb-18
slade 07-Feb-18
slade 07-Feb-18
trublucolo 07-Feb-18
JTV 07-Feb-18
foxbo 07-Feb-18
Atheist 08-Feb-18
Bentstick81 08-Feb-18
From: slade
07-Feb-18
Ann Coulter: Carter Page: Agent 000

If you’ve been watching MSNBC and, consequently, have no idea what was in the CONTROVERSIAL! DISPUTED! AMATEURISH! memo released by the House Intelligence Committee (the “Nunes memo”), here is a brief summary:

The Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee paid a Trump-hating British private eye, Christopher Steele, to produce a “dossier” on Trump, relying on Russian sources.

The Department of Justice used the unverified dossier to obtain a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant against Carter Page, an alleged “foreign policy adviser” to Donald Trump and the last frayed thread of the Russian collusion story. The FISA court was not told who had paid Steele to create the “salacious and unverified” dossier — in the words of the showboating former FBI Director James Comey — much less about Steele’s personal hatred of Trump.

After 18 months of steely-eyed investigation, the only parts of the dossier that have been “confirmed” are bland factual statements — Moscow is a city in Russia — while the untrue parts are anything having to do with Trump or his associates.

As New York Times national security reporter Matthew Rosenberg explained to MSNBC’s easily excited Chris Hayes last March:

“Both journalists and others who had copies of it for a long time have not been able to report much of it out. We’ve heard that, you know, the FBI and the Intelligence Community believe about 30 percent of it may be accurate, but most of that 30 percent, if not all, has been non-Trump stuff.”

Four points:

1. The only reason the hapless Carter Page was mentioned by Trump as a “foreign policy adviser” during the campaign was that the media and “foreign policy community” (FPC) threatened to excommunicate any FPC types who went near Trump, the better to laugh at him for having no decent foreign policy advisers.

Danielle Pletka, with the “conservative” American Enterprise Institute, expressed the FPC’s disdain, telling the Times: “It’s always surprising when a member of our relatively tightly knit community is willing to sacrifice their reputation to stand with someone like Donald Trump.”

This is standard procedure for the left, akin to how they treat black Republicans. Step One: Viciously attack any black person who works for a Republican. Step Two: Mock the GOP for being all white.

Their slanders against Trump worked! No one from the FPC would associate with him, so in a moment of desperation, Trump read five names off a list, including Page’s, during an interview with The Washington Post.

The New York Times, the next day:

“Top Experts Confounded by Advisers to Trump …

“… the Republican foreign policy establishment looked at them and had a pretty universal reaction: Who?

“… even Google offered little but outdated biographies of Mr. Trump’s new cast of experts …

“… None have spoken to their new boss.”

This has led to an inane media narrative, with Page being simultaneously portrayed as an all-powerful spy of Kim Philby proportions — but also a laughable nobody. Or, as a Russian spy described him in an intercepted conversation back in 2013: “An idiot.”

2. No one ever checks anything in Hollywood. You could go around claiming to have written “Gone With the Wind,” and you’ll never be busted.

It’s the same in Washington, D.C., only worse. Contrary to the self-admiring cliche about Washington being a city that runs on power, almost no one in D.C. has any real power, so it’s a city that runs on suck-uppery and B.S. I personally know of five people who claim to be advising the president, who aren’t, and I don’t get out much.

That’s why Page won’t just come out and say: DONALD TRUMP HAS NO EARTHLY IDEA WHO I AM.

3. The use of the federal government’s spying powers against an American citizen is yet another problem of unrestricted, unvetted immigration.

The only reason the FOREIGN Intelligence Surveillance Act can be used against American citizens in the first place is that we have all these “American citizens,” like Omar Mateen (Pulse nightclub), Syed Farook (San Bernardino), Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (Boston Marathon), and Abdulrahman al-Awlaki (killed by Obama drone strike in Yemen).

Maybe like California’s new “Real” I.D. cards — required by the federal government because the state gives driver’s licenses to illegals — we could start distinguishing “American Citizens” from “Real American Citizens.”

Because of this confusion, the FISA court that was supposed to be used against terrorists and spies is instead being used against Trump supporters. Here’s Malcolm Nance, terrorism analyst, smugly warning Page back in March 2017 on MSNBC:

“I have a message for him, all right? U.S. intelligence is not going to be coming at him like a lawyer, right? We will turn on the entire power of the U.S. collection system. And if he is lying, it is going to become very well-known very quickly. … If there’s a FISA warrant out there … we have the ability to collect anything on him, including all of his finances and every relationship he has with anybody in this world.”

If only the federal government were as gung-ho about spying on terrorists as it is to spy on Page, the FBI might not be a complete laughingstock right now. (My late father, an FBI agent, is rolling in his grave.)

The FBI will still miss the next 9/11, but at least no one is going to forget to file with the Foreign Agents Registration Act anytime soon.

4. Rep. Trey Gowdy recently defended the Mueller investigation in a clip that has now aired on TV more times than “The Shawshank Redemption.” According to Gowdy, the House Intelligence memo has nothing to do with Robert Mueller’s investigation because he’s just looking into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.

With all due respect to Gowdy, that’s not what Mueller is investigating.

The letter from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointing Mueller expressly directs him to investigate “any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump.”

Since it has appeared for quite some time now that there is no collusion, the only thing left for Mueller to investigate is Trump’s “obstruction of justice,” i.e. Trump being pissed off that his time is being wasted.

But without evidence of Trump colluding with the Russians, no independent counsel should have been appointed in the first place. The Department of Justice already has more than 10,000 lawyers. Why pay another dozen to look into foreign interference in our elections unless the president is implicated and can’t investigate himself?

The reason Rosenstein appointed Mueller was that he believed the “salacious and unverified” dossier. We know that because Rosenstein personally signed one of the FISA warrant applications based on the dossier — backed up by a Yahoo! article, which was also based on the dossier.

A cabal of anti-Trump fanatics cooked up the Russia collusion story, and don’t-rock-the-boat bureaucrats went along with it, so we now have a behemoth investigative monster chasing unicorns.

From: JTV
07-Feb-18
You PRINTED it all out... watch it the GG ethics squad will come and get you .....

Clinton and all these involved are guilty of many crimes ... I predict some will be prosecuted, those still in the FBI/DOJ fired ....

From: JTV
07-Feb-18

JTV's Link
the Laura Ingraham/Carter Page interview last Monday 2-5-18 ^^^

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxxAhTGLELo

From: slade
07-Feb-18
It always amazes me how head in the sand bow-libs whose lives revolve arounf ignorant bliss whine, it must put them is some kind of shock having to scroll past a long post where they may get a glimpse of reality vs scrolling past a link.

Carter Page – The Linchpin to Deep State Spying on Trump – Was Member of Clinton Transition Team

There has been much written about Carter Page, the so-called Russian expert and volunteer on the Trump campaign.

Carter Page sat on a campaign committee that met only once during the campaign.

And yet the FBI relied on Page to continue to spy on Donald Trump, his campaign members, his family and then his Transition Team and administration.

The FBI sought FISA warrants FOUR TIMES to spy on Carter Page.

The warrants on Page then gave the Deep State access to spy on all of the Trump campaign officials.

According to reports from 2016 Carter Page was previously working as an undercover informant for the FBI.

And now this…

Carter Page was a member of the Clinton administration Transition Team. Carter Page previously worked with the Clinton Administration transition team in 1992-1993 while serving as a Research Fellow on the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) on Capitol Hill. During his Fellowship, HASC Chairman Les Aspin was selected by President Clinton as the Secretary of Defense in December 1992. From May 1993 – December 1994, Carter went on to serve as the Arms Control Action Officer for Counterproliferation Policy in the Nuclear Affairs and International Negotiations Branch of the Navy Staff in the Pentagon.

From: slade
07-Feb-18
EVIDENCE MOUNTS: Carter Page – the Linchpin to Deep State Spying on Trump – Worked as an FBI Spy by Jim Hoft

There has been much written about Carter Page, the so-called Russian expert and volunteer on the Trump campaign.

Carter Page sat on a campaign committee that met only once during the campaign.

And yet the FBI relied on Page to continue to spy on Donald Trump, his campaign members, his family and then his Transition Team and administration.

The FBI sought FISA warrants FOUR TIMES to spy on Carter Page.

The warrants on Page then gave the Deep State access to spy on all of the Trump campaign officials.

According to reports from 2016 Carter Page was previously working as an undercover informant for the FBI. Via Conservative Treehouse broke this story a couple days ago:

In 2013 Carter Page was working as an under-cover employee (UCE) of the FBI, helping them to build a case against “Evgeny Buryakov”. In March 2016 Carter Page remained their informant pre-trial. [Note – Pay attention to the names in the following citations]

Sources: ? In 2013 the U.S. Department of Justice, Southern District of New York, announced an indictment against a Russian Operative Evgeny Buryakov. LINK HERE In March of 2016 Buryakov pleaded GUILTY.

? In 2016 Reuters published an article, based on the ongoing court case, going into detail about court records. LINK HERE

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The FBI eavesdropped on meetings involving Russian intelligence personnel in New York City, including a suspected spy posing as a trade representative, by hiding recorders in binders containing supposedly confidential information about the energy sector, U.S. prosecutors said.

The hours of covert recordings from 2013 were disclosed in papers filed in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday in the case of Evgeny Buryakov, a Russian citizen who U.S. prosecutors say posed as a banker while participating in a Cold War-style spy ring.

[…] According to prosecutors, in April 2012, Sporyshev met an undercover FBI employee posing as an analyst at a New York energy firm at an oil and gas industry conference.

? In April 2017, writing a story about Carter Page, and trying to enhance/affirm the Russian narrative, they outlined Page’s connections to the Trump campaign, the New York Times referenced Page’s prior connection to the operation. [Notice how the story is shaped] LINK HERE:

Russian intelligence operatives tried in 2013 to recruit an American businessman and eventual foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign who is now part of the F.B.I. investigation into Russia’s interference into the American election, according to federal court documents and a statement issued by the businessman.

The businessman, Carter Page, met with one of three Russians who were eventually charged with being undeclared officers with Russia’s foreign intelligence service, known as the S.V.R. The F.B.I. interviewed Mr. Page in 2013 as part of an investigation into the spy ring, but decided that he had not known the man was a spy, and the bureau never accused Mr. Page of wrongdoing.

Now this…

From the DOJ press release on the Russian spy case from 2013:

“The FBI obtained the recordings after Sporyshev attempted to recruit an FBI undercover employee (“UCE-1”), who was posing as an analyst from a New York-based energy company”.

From the indictment: “Male-1” is described as “working as a consultant in New York City”. The information on “Male-1” corresponds with news reports of Page’s role in this case. A great deal was made in the press of a defendant calling him an “idiot”, his frequent trips to Moscow, that he was “hooked on Gazprom” (the Russian natural gas company) and that it was “obvious he wants to earn lots of money”.

This is the same language that was used to describe Carter Page in the now debunked Russia dossier.

It sounds like the same person.

It is transparently clear that Carter Page was the Under-Cover Employee (UCE) of the FBI in the 2013 case.

Carter Page was working for the FBI.

The question is: Was Carter Page planted inside the Trump campaign to allow the FBI to spy on Trump?

From: trublucolo
07-Feb-18
Slade, if you really want to stress the bowlibs, double space your double spacing. It'll have em frothing at the mouth like it was another Trump tweet.

From: JTV
07-Feb-18
"The question is: Was Carter Page planted inside the Trump campaign to allow the FBI to spy on Trump?"

I have heard that question asked before ...... get him in there then use the FISA for surveillance ...... if Clinton is involved, any thing is possible I guess ..

From: foxbo
07-Feb-18
Oh God, another copy and paste thread that goes on and on... Please, at least get my attention prior to posting. Even now, I'm not sure what the thread subject is about....

From: Atheist
08-Feb-18
Of course Page was most likely an FBI plant. He was in direct communication w Russians. He was tied to them financially and otherwise. THEN he gets chosen to work for trump?!? And you’re surprised that the fbi grabbed him and made him a deal? Now who’s naive? If that’s he case, that’s exactly what the FBI is SUPPOSED to do! Protect us from enemies foreign AND domestic!

From: Bentstick81
08-Feb-18
Another atheist, hanging himself. "Protect us from enemies foreign and domestic." but atheist is all for ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS, coming to the US, that is dangerous to America. Dumba$$ much??? 8^)))

  • Sitka Gear