CONFIRMED: Democrats Planned to Insert Spies Into The Trump Campaign in 2015!
When Donald Trump took that ride down the escalator in 2015 it would be safe to say that he knew what he was getting into.
However, as it always seems to be the way things go in the world of politics you can’t always predict everything.
Donald likely assumed that it was going to be a tough, grueling contest for the greatest job in the country. He also probably didn’t think that he was going to have people trying to undermine him at every possible turn.
Hateful tactics are often the normal course of business in a political campaign. That being said, it’s hard to imagine anything the Democratic Party having not done anything to try to trip the President up short of actually tying his shoes together.
We have discovered more about the Democrats dirty plan to insert spies into the Trump Campaign in 2015.
Initially everyone thought the Democrats investigation into Trump/Russia collusion did not start until July 31st 2016.
However, they were very wrong. According to leaked texts, they inserted spies into the Trump Campaign in December of 2015!
This was earlier than we thought. How were they able to keep it a secret for so long?
Early on Thursday morning, the DOJ will hand over documents to Congress according to Sara Carter. The DOJ will only meet with the Gang of Eight and most likely when the Trump/North Korea summit is taking place.
Via lidblog: The documents are related to the IG investigation, and the fear is that this gives DOJ officials time to pressure the IG to make changes to the report and that DOJ officials will heavily redact the information contained in the story. The DOJ is again playing games and attempting to hide information while also hoping to bury it because it will (they wish) be lost in the news cycle on the Trump/North Korea summit. To this writer, what is really frustrating is this: why is Congress not demanding these documents be handed over? After all, Congress does legally have oversight of the DOJ!
(The Olive) On Monday the Senate released 500 pages of documents that contain among other things un-redacted texts between disgraced FBI paramours Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that the FBI had previously published. The difference is that the FBI redacted certain words in these texts using national security as the excuse for the redactions. We now know the FBI lied about said reasoning.
Is anyone surprised?
Within a particular Strzok/Page text, the word “lures” was redacted. The word “lures” in FBI lingo refers to spies. CYA is the only reason to redact this word. The FBI KNEW that if this information came out, they would be busted for running an illegal operation against Trump and his campaign staff. (source)
According to Kevin Brock, former Assistant Director of FBI Counter-Intelligence, tasking a source without a formal investigation in place first is a legal violation.
1) BOMBSHELL- From DECEMBER 2015–The word LURES is redacted by FBI but not OIG
Let’s not forget that DOJ Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein authorized the “investigation” of Paul Manafort a week after the FBI raided his home in the middle of the night – via a secret memo. Jeff Sessions and Rod Rosenstein need to be fired immediately – The DOJ and FBI upper echelon is nothing more than a criminal cartel in league with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama – who report to George Soros among others.
Despite the rapidly mounting evidence that Spygate is not only real, but included the Obama administration’s top players, and is therefore not a fantasy residing solely inside the head of President Trump as the media and others allude to – Paul Ryan, and Trey Gowdy insist there is no evidence of spying on the Trump campaign by the FBI. Gowdy had said there was an “informant” inside the Trump campaign. Hello! What is an informant if not a spy? This writer can’t fathom what Gowdy is playing at here, but he is dissembling, pure plain and simple.
Strzok’s supervisor, Bill Priestap, was interviewed behind closed doors on Tuesday as part of an ongoing joint investigation by the House Judiciary and Oversight committees. According to a Fox News source on Capitol Hill, Priestap was “a very cooperative witness,” although there were still unanswered questions regarding Priestap’s overseas travel.