A fresh set of emails exchanged by Peter Strzok and his adulterous lover Lisa Page show that the Deep State used Senator John McCain as a patsy. Strzok admits in one message that the dodgy dossier cooked up by Christopher Steele could be used by the FBI to obtain warrants to spy on the Trump campaign, and as an added bonus, the fake file could be used to create a “media narrative.”
Senator McCain used as a patsy
Disgraced federal instigator Peter Strzok tapped out on September 23, 2016 “Carl Bernstein called, said he got a ‘dossier’ from McCain,” Page replied, “Awesome, let Carl run it down then.” He did. Not only that, another message is clear and convincing evidence that Strzok lied to the Inspector General.
The Horowitz report that came out in December of 2019 stated for the record that “the FBI opened its Trump-Russia investigation on July 31, 2016, after receiving a tip from an Australian diplomat.” Nope. That was a lie.
McCain probably never knew that three days before the alleged “start” of the Deep State black-op code named “Crossfire Hurricane,” on July 28, 2017, which is the day the “Australian tip was received,” Strzok admitted the investigation had already been ongoing.
Strzok texted Page, wanting to discuss “our open CI investigations relating to Trump’s Russian connections.” CI stands for “Counter Intelligence.” Wait, there’s more…
Not only was Senator John McCain played by the Deep State like a fiddle, in an investigation which was “open” long before it started, it turns out they never had a warrant to spy on George Papadopoulos or Fox News, just a custom crafted in-house “National Security Letter.”
On January 12, 2017, another of Strzok’s messages “shows that the FBI recorded a phone call between former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos and an unnamed executive at Fox News.”
New Peter Strzok Texts Undermine Official Narrative on Start of ‘Russia Collusion‘ Investigation https://t.co/kwmNTZbsYD via @BreitbartNews. Check out last in his class John McCain, one of the most overrated people in D.C.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 18, 2020
Using the dossier to prove the dossier
President Donald Trump didn’t have much love for the late Senator when he heard the news, Tweeting, “check out last in his class John McCain, one of the most overrated people in D.C.” Trump was hugely disappointed to learn that the Arizona Senator leaked Steele’s “dirty dossier” to Carl Bernstein, one of the iconic reporters who blew the lid off Watergate in the 1970’s.
Illegally, the report written by Bernstein, based on the contents of the bogus dossier, was used to validate the dossier itself in FISA court. The Federal Bureau of Instigation used it to mislead the court into letting them spy on Carter Page. Through Carter Page, they could also spy on Trump and his campaign. The Department of Injustice was in on the seditious plot too.
FBI rat Peter Strzok not only ran the blocking action to get Hillary Clinton a “get out of jail free” card for her secret email server, he was one of the founding members of the Mueller witch hunt, along with his DOJ lawyer girlfriend.
They were both married, just not to each other so both “left the FBI in disgrace after their secret love affair was discovered by supervisors.” They were thrilled that McCain fell for the bait.
The FBI never told the FISA court that the copy of the Steele dossier, paid for by Hillary Clinton, was handed by McCain to Bernstein as the basis for his article which stated, “Trump campaign adviser Carter Page attended a secret summit in Moscow with two Kremlin insiders.”
Instead, they lied to the court and said that the article provided “independent” evidence to back up and confirm what Steele said in his dossier. It was guaranteed to be supportive because it was the same document being used to prove itself.
DOJ Lawyer Kevin Clinesmith admitted he intentionally forged an email to say that Carter Page was not a CIA asset, therefore had no valid reason for talking to Russians. The email clearly stated the opposite, that Carter Page WAS a CIA asset.
He got framed and wiretapped for doing a good deed for his country. The worst sentence Clinesmith could face for intentionally altering evidence to obtain an illegal wiretap is 6 months. Probably under house arrest.