"I vaguely recall this event and thought it puzzling at the time. It also convinced me that Barry was a died in the wool commie out to scuttle the Constitution."
"Just prior to Katrina hitting the Gulf, Putin noted that two U.S. senators were in Russia snooping around off-limits secret facilities.
"One was Sen. Barack Obama (D., Ill.) originally from the former British colony of Kenya and a year previous, before being elected, was publicly fingered by me as a British spy."
"His accomplice in Russia was Senator Richard Lugar (R., Ind.).
"Putin had both of their passports seized and the two senators were kept for a while in custody of the FSB, the new Russian secret political police."
1,356 posted on 4/28/2019 at 5:22 PM by Cletus.D.Yokel
"Skolnick had connections !!!!"
by Cliff Kincaid on July 13, 2010
When 2008 GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney attacked President Obamas new arms treaty with Russia as a dangerous trap, Republican Senator Richard Lugar came to the defense of the Democratic president and attacked Romney as misinformed. But Lugars desperate effort to save Obamas controversial treaty, whose passage has been badly damaged by revelations of Russian spying, doesnt come as much of a surprise. Lugar, one of the leading globalists in the Senate, was a mentor for then-Senator Barack Obama during a controversial three-day visit they made to Russia and Eastern Europe in 2005.
During the visit, Russian authorities detained Obama and Lugar, threatened to search their plane, and examined their passports. Strangely, an official report from Lugars office about the trip ignored the incident...
Seven years ago:
Although he went by Barack Obama after leaving Indonesia, Obama had Soetoro as stepfather from the time he was 2 until he was 18. If his scam-artist parents thought it improved his life chances, they may well have claimed Indonesian or dual citizenship for Obama during this period.
This is where the passport comes into play. In the 13th paragraph of a March 2008 Washington Post article, the reader learns that of one of the three contract employees caught in the act of breaching Obamas passport files at the State Department worked for the Analysis Corporation, the CEO of which was John Brennan, a 25-year CIA veteran.
The Post does report that Brennan donated $2,300 to the Obama campaign but suggests no deeper tie. In fact, Brennan was no casual donor. To its credit, CNN Politics saw the real news angle in the passport scandal: Chief of firm involved in breach is Obama adviser. As CNN reported, also on March 22, Brennan advises the Illinois Democrat on foreign policy and intelligence issues.