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Oct 8, 2018 • 11 tweets • 6 min read
Seems the New Yorker had a panel about Trump Inc. this weekend, including Felix Sater. At one time he was the Democrats prime suspect in Russian collusion, until they realized he was an undercover asset. He worked for FBI, DIA, & CIA! One of Trump's many employee FBI assets.
Buzzfeed did a pretty good article on Sater about 6 months ago. The links in that article are even more valuable as they go to specific operations & documents that show Sater's activity. Like spying on North Korea's nuclear supply chain. buzzfeednews.com/article/anthon…
Oct 4, 2018 • 21 tweets • 10 min read
Not what I was hoping for but it looks like some more interesting breadcrumbs. More GRU hacking incidents & targets, many related to Olympic doping test facilities & the chemical weapons labs testing samples from UK & Syria. justice.gov/opa/documents-…
Of biggest interest to me is the hacking of Westinghouse Electric, nuclear fuel supplier to Ukraine & other countries. The prosecutors were unwilling to discuss anything not spelled out in the indictment, which means not much. Two main priorities seem likely for the Russians.
Sep 26, 2018 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
Josoph Mifsud's lawyer has written a cease & desist letter to @ScottMStedman. In it, Stephan Roh makes a couple of interesting claims. Starting with denying his role as a 'Russian agent' & making clear intent to sue for that false & defamatory allegation. #Spygate@ScottMStedman Even more interesting is his claim that Joseph Mifsud is a Western intelligence agent & was directed by that agency (believed to be MI6) to introduce @GeorgePapa19 to a Russian. He has also been directed to remain quiet about the incident at this time!
Sep 21, 2018 • 7 tweets • 3 min read
How blind can folks be, this is all you need to know! Rosenstein said all this to McCabe, knowing that someone was already secretly recording the President in the WH. RR was setting up McCabe, & McCabe took the bait writing the memos as blackmail material. cnbc.com/2018/09/21/ros…
Remember what I've said the purpose of the slow roll out is? To get the conspirators on the record under oath telling their lies, reveal a little evidence & force them to change their stories. It then requires them to produce evidence (like McCabe's memos) to back their new lies.
Sep 19, 2018 • 9 tweets • 6 min read
ABC claiming the FBI started a Counterintelligence Investigation of @carterwpage in January 2016, also claiming that is when he joined the Trump Campaign. Both conflict with past information. They don't mention that Page provided the bugs to catch the Russian spies.
Seems everyone in the press knew Peter Strzok was removed from the SC team by 8/16/17.
Seems the @NYT knew that Greg Craig was a focus of the Manafort investigation on 9/7/17. Interesting.
Aug 31, 2018 • 6 tweets • 3 min read
22) The next day James Comey was fired as head of the FBI, triggering him to have a friend turned volunteer @FBI employee to leak memos of his meetings. with President Trump. At least one of the meetings was in the Private Dining Room the President had remodeled before the firing
23) And how did the President react to Comey's memos! On Twitter of course! You mean like tapes from bugs in the room where they held the conversation! He knew, just like when he tweeted about the Obama Wiretaps!
Tapes in parenthesis, because TiVo doesn't have tapes!
Aug 31, 2018 • 25 tweets • 13 min read
1) How did we all miss the clues revealing the illegal spying on the #WhiteHouse & @realDonaldTrump? It was right there in the #mirror staring us in the face! I am combining some posts from other threads for a look at the greatest scandal in American history! #SpyGate2) On 5/7/18 President Trump went on record revealing that the White House had been bugged. He revealed this to three reporters for @Time Magazine, who missed all the hints & clues. He put this on record after he had ordered DAG Rosenstein to fire @Comey but before it was public.
Aug 31, 2018 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
@rising_serpent I've followed your threads for a long time since I got interested in investigating the collusion issue. I don't put much faith in Q, but I read your threads to keep aware of what is dropping & to find bread crumbs. I recalled posts about a mirror revealing all.
Then while researching an article where Trump seemed to reveal surveillance of the White House to Time Mag the night before firing Comey. The Time editor focused on a mirror, showing a TV, while Trump told them about black hats wiretapping the White House.
Great video from the Time article Trump After Hours. Totally missed that Trump was putting a story bigger than Watergate in their laps. Illegal surveillance against the @POTUS At 0:55 do we see the mirror that reveals everything!
The night before @Comey was fired, President Trump gave 3 journalists from Time a behind the scenes tour of the White House. @Micchaelscherer @ZekeJMiller & @nancygibbs were let in on a giant secret, that the White House had been bugged forcing remodeling of 2 rooms.
Aug 28, 2018 • 29 tweets • 11 min read
In my thread discussing the bugging of the White House, I discussed the timing of the remodeling efforts with the Department of Justice efforts to identify leakers in the FBI. I also found something very curious about the remodeling that was aimed at 'bugs'
Like everyone else, CNN covered the surprise emptying & remodeling of the White House. Then they covered the renovations after the White House was reopened. cnn.com/2017/08/24/pol…
Aug 26, 2018 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
How can President Trump declare so confidently that there was no collusion & Muller won't find any? It is because he knows exactly what happened. He knows exactly what happened. And he knows those actions were legal & authorized, because Collusion was an FBI covert operation.
Yes boys and girls, ladies & gentlemen, #TrumpRussiaCollusion did happen! Yes Trump was involved, so was Cohen, Sater & Page. But the Russian they colluded with was Evgeni Buryakov. A Russian spy captured by the FBI because Trump's team were working on an FBI sting!
Aug 24, 2018 • 62 tweets • 104 min read
What if I told you the White House was bugged? What if @realDonaldTrump publicized it 15 months ago? What if Mueller is investigating those who bugged the White House? Why are people still ignoring it! #Spygate#MuellerInvestigation@realDonaldTrump 2) I'm going to lead you through several incidents that show how serious the misconduct of our senior intelligence community leaders were. You will see the timelines in an entirely new light. You'll see the #WhiteHats for who they really are.
Aug 17, 2018 • 10 tweets • 13 min read
@Vickiwhatever@drivera2016@ET_mjttech@introspectate@tracybeanz Right before the 2016 election. In 2015 the NSA & FBI Counterespionage division began searching for a mole that was leaking NSA reports. 3/9/16 a DOJ 'compliance audit' & the NSA identified an illegal program in the FBI DC field office that gave contractors access to raw NSA data
@Vickiwhatever@drivera2016@ET_mjttech@introspectate@tracybeanz The contractors for a redacted agency (probably CIA) were given access to the FBI's portal into NSA data. That access was shutdown on 4/18/16. Sept 2016, the FBI submitted a false annual compliance report to the FIS Court that hid this issue & other illegal spying incidents.
Aug 17, 2018 • 9 tweets • 8 min read
@drivera2016@ET_mjttech@tracybeanz Gates & Manafort were working with the Swamp to taint Trump. Who where they indicted for working with? Podesta Group & Mercury LLC. Have you even read the indictments & pleas? Manafort was the middle man between a host of dictators & dozens of DC politicians.
@drivera2016@ET_mjttech@tracybeanz Flynn was set up by Yates, Strzok & others. He was holding standard discussions with the Russian ambassador, that got leaked. Comey & McCabe have both testified under oath Flynn did not lie. It is the most curious case & it shows signs Mueller is working to catch dirty FBI agents
Aug 16, 2018 • 7 tweets • 7 min read
@drivera2016@ET_mjttech@tracybeanz Prosecutors have a duty to provide exculpatory information through discovery. It would not be more evidence against Pdop anymore than the discovery ordered in the Flynn case by the new judge that was provided under a similar protective order. So Occam's Razor says the discovery
@drivera2016@ET_mjttech@tracybeanz on Monday is what led Pdop's wife to seek new legal counsel on Wednesday to withdraw the guilty plea & sue the feds for misconduct.
1. A great find by @tracybeanz in the George Papad.apoulos case. Seems that the Mueller Special Counsel team has filed a motion with the court to seal discovery & impose restrictions on what Pdop's defense team can reveal from discovery provided by the DOJ & FBI.
@tracybeanz 2. There a few issues with this that are very telling. For the uninitiated, Discovery is the process where the prosecution & law enforcement are required to hand over any exculpatory evidence that may show the defendant is not guilty of the crime. #MuellerProbe
Jul 23, 2018 • 15 tweets • 15 min read
@Crocawards@LLViola@realDonaldTrump I don't have much faith if this is your response when the documents are in the thread. I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you. But I'll give it a try anyway, hopefully is I explain it slow enough you can understand it for yourself.
@Crocawards@LLViola@realDonaldTrump Here is the indictment of Evgeny Buryakov a Russian spy working in New York. That's called a document, a primary source if you want to get technical. It explains how the FBI/DOJ caught the Russian spies. justice.gov/sites/default/…
Jul 10, 2018 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
And threads like this are why Hillary is not in prison. When people make so much shit up to accuse them, it provides camouflage for real allegations. This person has ZERO evidence this nurse was going to testify. The claim of her being an expert on Epi-pens is solely based on her
writing a policy for the school district were she is the school nurse on how to use them. The same thing every school nurse in every district should write. It would have ZERO bearing on price fixing or pay offs by the manufacturer.
Jul 4, 2018 • 24 tweets • 9 min read
1. Ah, the Senate Intelligence Committee report on Obama's Intelligence Community Assessment. They excluded 14 IC agencies due to the sensitivity of the sources & methods. Like concealing the fact that Steele, through multiple channels was the only source. scribd.com/document/38314…2. I'm quite certain they met Obama's tasking objectives! But the HPSCI already showed they did not follow analytical procedures. As they state, they took the agencies' word on that the intelligence was accurately portrayed in the ICA. We'll see!