George Papadopoulos Says He Was 'Set Up' By Foreign Intel Agents As A Pretext For Russia ProbeChris Menahan
Sep. 20, 2018
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Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos believes he was "set up" by foreign intelligence agents from Britain, Israel and Australia as a pretext for the FBI to launch their Russia witch hunt.
From Fox Insider:
Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos told Martha MacCallum on "The Story" that it increasingly evident he was "set up" through a series of foreign meetings in order to create a pretext for a U.S. probe into alleged Russian collusion.
Papadopoulos was sentenced to 14 days in prison in connection to the Mueller probe, but also posted a cryptic tweet reading "there is a lot to come."All these nations are so-called "allies" which work directly with US intelligence. All the evidence points to them conspiring with US intelligence to set up and spy on candidate Trump and his campaign.
Papadopoulos laid out more on Twitter:
Charging Papadopoulos merely for "lying" to the serial liars at the FBI just shows Mueller has to manufacture fake charges to extort convictions out of his victims.
Piling on charges to extract plea deals is the most despicable act any prosecutor can take part in -- and that's all Mueller's done this entire time.
The conflict of interest this criminal "special prosecutor" has should be enough to throw out all his convictions.
With Trump dropping the declassification hammer on Monday all this is likely to come out soon.
The deep state criminals infesting out intelligence agencies are already in panic mode as Devin Nunes and Tom Fitton laid out Wednesday on Fox News.
As Nunes said in July, Republicans need to show up in the midterms to keep these investigations going because if Democrats take over the House in November, "they're going to drop all of this investigation."
"They would love to see Republicans lose. I hate to say that, but I have to believe that the Department of Justice and FBI, the people at leadership, they are banking on a loss by the Republicans in the fall," Nunes said.
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