Tuesday, April 18, 2017


The Dems, Obama leftovers and globalist operators in de deep state are conspiring to bring down the democratically elected Trump Government. It started with investigations under the false pretense that "Russia hacked the election". The House Intel Ctee chairman Nunes vindicated President Trump's allegation that he was wiretapped (Senate probe). The Montgomery revelations confirmed this is nothing new. Then it transpired the generally discredited Steele "dossier" was the basis of the FISA warrant!

UPDATE: Yesterday we learnt that the Trump campaign were not the sole subjects of the Obama regime spying on American citizens. They spied on opponents of the Iran deal as well. But wait, it just got better! Obama, the AG and FBI Director Comey relied on widely discredited Steele dossier to obtain the secret FISA warrant to spy on the Trump Campaign. No one knows who the Judges on the FISA Court are. Comey also used the "golden showers dossier" to inform Congress. You can't make this stuff up.

James Comey, the man who refused to bring charges against Hillary Clinton despite a mountain of concrete evidence that she, and several members of her staff, knowingly violated several federal laws, apparently used the largely discredited "Trump Dossier" to help secure a FISA warrant to secretly monitor Trump's former campaign aide, Carter Page, according to CNN. Among other things, the dossier alleged that Page met senior Russian officials as an emissary of the Trump campaign, and discussed quid-pro-quo deals relating to sanctions, business opportunities and Russia's interference in the election. Page has denied meeting the officials named in the dossier and says he never cut any political deals with the Kremlin. Per CNN:
The FBI last year used a dossier of allegations of Russian ties to Donald Trump's campaign as part of the justification to win approval to secretly monitor a Trump associate, according to US officials briefed on the investigation. The dossier has also been cited by FBI Director James Comey in some of his briefings to members of Congress in recent weeks, as one of the sources of information the bureau has used to bolster its investigation, according to US officials briefed on the probe. This includes approval from the secret court that oversees the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) to monitor the communications of Carter Page, two of the officials said. Last year, Page was identified by the Trump campaign as an adviser on national security.
According to the Washington Post, the warrant to monitor Page was obtained in the summer of 2016 which indicates that the FBI was in possession of the now-infamous dossier well before President Obama supposedly received his first briefing on the material in December 2016. Of course, as we reported back in January (see "Here Is The Full 35-Page Report Alleging Trump Was "Cultivated, Supported And Assisted" By Russia") the dossier, compiled by ex-British intelligence official Chris Steele, was almost immediately discredited by the public at large after numerous glaring errors were quickly identified and salicious stories of 'golden showers' and other sexual acts were also dismissed as pure rubbish. Allegedly the dossier was even available to the Clinton campaign should they have chosen to use it to discredit Trump, but even they were quickly convinced that no one would buy it. (...) Meanwhile, Carter Page offered a simple reply to this latest revelation saying that he looks forward to the discovery process and testimony that will come from the lawsuit he plans to file in short order. (More)

April 17, 2017


The Tablet's Lee Smith says that the Russia story is a replay of how the former White House smeared pro-Israel activists in the lead-up to the Iran Deal. The accusation that the Obama administration used information gleaned from classified foreign surveillance to smear and blackmail its political opponents at home has gained new traction in recent days, after reports that former National Security Adviser Susan Rice may have been rifling through classified transcripts for over a year that could have included information about Donald Trump and his associates. (...)

In a December 31, 2016, Tablet article on the controversy, “Why the White House Wanted Congress to Think It Was Being Spied on By the NSA,” I argued that the Obama administration had merely used the appearance of spying on American lawmakers to corner opponents of the Iran Deal. Spying on U.S. citizens would be a clear abuse of the foreign-intelligence surveillance system. It would be a felony offense to leak the names of U.S. citizens to the press. Increasingly, I believe that my conclusion in that piece was wrong. I believe the spying was real and that it was done not in an effort to keep the country safe from threats—but in order to help the White House fight their domestic political opponents.

“At some point, the administration weaponized the NSA’s legitimate monitoring of communications of foreign officials to stay one step ahead of domestic political opponents,” says a pro-Israel political operative who was deeply involved in the day-to-day fight over the Iran Deal. “The NSA’s collections of foreigners became a means of gathering real-time intelligence on Americans engaged in perfectly legitimate political activism—activism, due to the nature of the issue, that naturally involved conversations with foreigners.

We began to notice the White House was responding immediately, sometimes within 24 hours, to specific conversations we were having. At first, we thought it was a coincidence being amplified by our own paranoia. After a while, it simply became our working assumption that we were being spied on.” This is what systematic abuse of foreign-intelligence collection for domestic political purposes looks like: Intelligence collected on Americans, lawmakers, and figures in the pro-Israel community was fed back to the Obama White House as part of its political operations.

The administration got the drop on its opponents by using classified information, which it then used to draw up its own game plan to block and freeze those on the other side. And—with the help of certain journalists whose stories (and thus careers) depend on high-level access—terrorize them. Once you understand how this may have worked, it becomes easier to comprehend why and how we keep being fed daily treats of Trump’s nefarious Russia ties. The issue this time isn’t Israel, but Russia, yet the basic contours may very well be the same. (More)

April 14, 2017


The Left today is convinced they finally got Trump. "Investigators now have concrete impeachment-level evidence of collusion between Trump's campaign and Russian Intel", they tweet. The British Intel Service GCHQ is said to have alerted US agencies after becoming aware of contacts in 2015. Fox News' legal contributer Judge Andrew Napolitano said exactly that just a few weeks ago and was suspended for it. Today The British Newspaper The Guardian is confirming the story. And it's not just British spies that were on the case. The conspiracy against Trump involves Germany, Estonia, Poland. Australia, the US, UK, Canada, New Zealand, the Netherlands and the French. The allies were basically conspiring against Trump. Its aim was not to prevent Trump from winning, because they thought he couldn't win. It was to disqualify Trump, but despite their widespread efforts they came up empty. If there was something, we would know about it! But now they think the conspiracy is paying off. This is "impeachment-level evidence of collusion". The Guardian:
Britain’s spy agencies played a crucial role in alerting their counterparts in Washington to contacts between members of Donald Trump’s campaign team and Russian intelligence operatives, the Guardian has been told. GCHQ first became aware in late 2015 of suspicious “interactions” between figures connected to Trump and known or suspected Russian agents, a source close to UK intelligence said. This intelligence was passed to the US as part of a routine exchange of information, they added. Over the next six months, until summer 2016, a number of western agencies shared further information on contacts between Trump’s inner circle and Russians, sources said. Donald Trump's first 100 days as president – daily updates Read more The European countries that passed on electronic intelligence – known as sigint – included Germany, Estonia and Poland. Australia, a member of the “Five Eyes” spying alliance that also includes the US, UK, Canada and New Zealand, also relayed material, one source said. Another source suggested the Dutch and the French spy agency, the General Directorate for External Security or DGSE, were contributors. It is understood that GCHQ was at no point carrying out a targeted operation against Trump or his team or proactively seeking information. (More)
Last night former FBI assistant director James Kallstrom went on the record in #First100 Days and told Martha McCallum that "No FISA judge is going to approve something that isn't pretty thick and pretty full of probable cause". On the other hand we have Carter Page saying he had nothing to do with Russia. The entire Trump collusion with Russia meme hangs on the marginal campaigner, Carter Page who is denying having any relations with the Kremlin. The plot is thickening!

Apr 13, 2017 Marginal Trump campaigner Carter Page on Bill O'Reilly. 

The House and Senate intelligence committees are expanding their investigation into the so-called “unmasking” controversy, Fox News has learned, to examine whether other candidates or lawmakers beyond President Trump’s associates were affected. Until now, the investigation focused on how the identities and communications of Trump transition members were collected by U.S. intelligence agencies and then revealed to, and disseminated among, high-ranking members of the Obama administration. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., now plans to audit files from the National Security Agency and White House to determine whether identities and conversations of presidential candidates — or members of Congress — also were swept up during NSA surveillance of foreign leaders. He also plans to review whether Obama’s National Security Council and White House counsel collected and distributed the intelligence for reasons unrelated to foreign intelligence. “We will be performing an accounting of all unmasking for political purposes focused on the previous White House administration,” a member of the committee told Fox News. “This is now a full-blown investigation.” (More)

April 12, 2017


So the FBI obtained a secret FISA court order last summer to spy on a marginal Trump campaigner, a former investment banker, ex-Trump advisor Carter Page who never even met Trump or even spoke with him. But he was the only American surveilled via FISA in the Russia probe. And still there is no smoking gun! Various Intelligence agencies have been investigating the ‘Russia probe’ for many many months now and they have come up empty. What we do have evidence of, however is the Obama administration spying on and unmasking Trump and his private associates This Russian hoax is a way to distract from the real crimes committed by Obama and his cohorts. Carter Page was the only American included in the FISA warrant, but many people on the Trump transition were unmasked. Carter was just cover to spin off and spy on the entire Trump campaign. This makes Watergate look like kindergarten. It will be interesting to learn on what grounds the FISA fishing expedition was issued.

The FBI obtained a secret court order last summer to monitor the communications of an adviser to candidate Donald Trump, part of an investigation into possible links between Russia and the campaign, law enforcement and other U.S. officials said. The FBI and the Justice Department obtained the warrant targeting Carter Page’s communications after convincing a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court judge that there was probable cause to believe Page was acting as an agent of a foreign power, in this case Russia, according to the officials. This is the clearest evidence so far that the FBI had reason to believe during the 2016 presidential campaign that a Trump campaign adviser was in touch with Russian agents. Such contacts are now at the center of an investigation into whether the campaign coordinated with the Russian government to swing the election in Trump’s favor. Page has not been accused of any crimes. During an interview with the Washington Post editorial page staff in March 2016, Trump identified Page, who had previously been an investment banker in Moscow, as a foreign policy adviser to his campaign. Campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks later described Page’s role as “informal.” (WaPo)

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