Skip to comments.Another Trump Campaign Aide Was Invited to Cambridge Event Where 'Spygate' Started
Posted on 06/05/2018 12:43:53 PM PDT by Meet the New Boss
Carter Page was not the only Trump campaign adviser invited to a July 2016 event at the University of Cambridge, the storied British institution where Spygate is believed to have originated.
The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned that an invitation to attend the campaign-themed event was extended to Stephen Miller, another Trump campaign adviser who currently serves in the White House. Miller did not attend the event, which featured former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright as a keynote speaker.
J. D. Gordon, the director of the campaigns national security advisory committee, told TheDCNF he believes the invitation from Cambridge to Miller was sent in May 2016. Thats a month before a graduate assistant of FBI informant Stefan Halper sent an invitation to Page to visit the campus.
Gordon said he told Page the campaign preferred he did not attend the Cambridge conclave.
Though since he wasnt planning to make public remarks, conduct media interviews or otherwise represent the campaign, he was not required to fill in one of our request forms.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailycaller.com ...
Probably hoping to use Halper to dirty up Miller and in turn Sessions.
spygate sought to entrap unsuspecting Trump people while hillary broke laws, took bribes and colluded with the Russians for made up dirt on our president. But I don’t see Mueller here or Sessions.
Secondly, Although I don't think he did anything illegal or even improper, Carter Page does not come across as someone I would want anywhere near a Presidential campaign.
Earlier there was a story about unredacted emails that show the FBI was attempting to place foreign “lures” in the Trump campaign as far back as December 2015.
“the event, which featured former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright as a keynote speaker.”
There’s your evidence of commie collusion right there.
Stephen Miller may turn out to have been another FBI asset.
Doesn’t necessarily mean he is a bad guy.
How come Mueller isn’t interviewing Halper or Misfud? They arrested Papadpoulas (sp?) at the airport (at night) on the way back from England where he met with Halper and had a drink with the Australian diplomat. And, this was the same day the Stokz/Page text messages broke the news. Seems like Mueller was trying to shut Papdopoulas up about Halper/Misfud.
Almost certainly Stephen Miller was a target of the operation and not an informant.
He is one of the key pillars of Trump in forming pro-American policies on immigration and trade.
Ultimately, immigration & trade is what is at the base of the attack by Obama, Hillary, the Deep State and the Neocons against Trump.
What kind of country will we be? Will Americans be demographically replaced by mass third world immigration and de-industrialized by massively one-sided trading arrangements the ill effects of which are masked by taking on ever-greater debt until finally a Latin American-style economic crash?
That is the future the left and the neocons want for us.
The FBI did interview Mifsud when he was in DC for some State Dept conference Feb 8-12, 2017.
The FBI probably just wanted to make sure everyone had their stories straight and Mifsud knew they were portraying Mifsud as a Russian agent for purposes of the operation against Trump.
The FBI certainly isn’t going to arrest an MI6 agent.
Stephen Miller and Sessions were targeted.
Defendant PAPADOPOULOS claimed that his interactions with an overseas professor, who defendant PAPADOPOULOS understood to have substantial connections to Russian government officials, occurred before defendant PAPADOPOULOS became a foreign policy adviser to the Campaign. Defendant PAPADOPOULOS acknowledged that the professor had told him about the Russians possessing "dirt" on then-candidate Hillary Clinton in the form of"thousands of emails," but stated multiple times that he learned that information prior to joining the Campaign. In truth and in fact, however, defendant PAPADOPOULOS learned he would be an advisor to the Campaign in early March, and met the professor on or about March 14, 2016; the professor only took interest in defendant PAPADOPOULOS because of his status with the Campaign; and the professor told defendant PAPADOPOULOS about the "thousands of emails" on or about April 26, 2016, when defendant PAPADOPOULOS had been a foreign policy adviser to the Campaign for over a month.
It seems like Mueller got Papadopoulos to plead to a false set of facts that furthered the Deep State narrative about Mifsud as a Russian Agent trying to collude with Papadopoulos.
Mifsud was a professor at the "London Centre for International Law and Practice."
Papadopoulos joined the London Centre for International Law and Practice where Mifsud was a professor.
According to an archived page in the wayback machine, Papadop was already listed on the LCILP website on March 14, 2016, the day Mueller and Papadop claim in the plea agreement that Papadop first met Mifsud.
And Papadop's old Linked In page said he joined LCILP in February 2016.
Here is a photo of Papadop on February 25, 2016 as part of an LCILP group meeting the Ambassador of Togo:
So Papadop was already at Mifsud's LCILP three weeks before Mueller's plea agreement says he first met Mifsud the 'Russian Agent.'
Why did Papadop agree to plea to the government's false narrative? His wife said that if he did not agree to the plea, Mueller was going to charge him with being an Israeli agent.
The more people who dig, the more dirt they expose. Keep digging until Obama’s rear end is exposed as well. May they all rot in cells.
What did Whitehall know and when did it know it...
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