The Russia Collusion Sham: More and More Evidence Leads Back to the Most Corrupt President Ever – Barack Hussein Obama

Guest post by Joe Hoft

As layers of information are uncovered and unscrambled, the facts behind the Russia collusion scam come to light.  As the light begins to shine on the truth,  a silhouette of former President Barack Hussein Obama appears.

Barack Obama had the opportunity to be the greatest President in US history.  America was ready for a change after wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and an economic collapse.  A big change was needed and this is what Obama promised.

Unfortunately, Obama’s changes led the US to more misery.  The economy barely fluttered out the market collapse of 2008 and even worsened immediately after Obama took office.  The wars in the Middle East increased, ISIS was formed and American guns were provided to terrorists and drug cartels.  Billions were given to Iran and four Americans in Benghazi were left to die on foreign soil despite calls for help.  Regulations were the norm and the economy never reached its potential.  But the gravest of Obama’s actions were left hidden, until now.

 

All roads in the Trump – Russia collusion hoax lead back to Obama.

By piecing together available information, some are only starting to appear.

We now know that corrupt FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were part of a plan to implicate candidate Trump with Russia. Strzok was assigned to the Trump – Russia collusion investigation shortly after having interviewed and exonerated Hillary Clinton of all wrongdoing related criminal actions in her email scandal.  As noted by the Daily Caller in December of 2017 –

The New York Times identified Strzok earlier this year as the agent tapped by FBI brass to supervise the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

As The Times reported in April:

In late July [2016], the F.B.I. opened an investigation into possible collusion between members of Mr. Trump’s campaign and Russian operatives. Besides Mr. Comey and a small team of agents, officials said, only a dozen or so people at the F.B.I. knew about the investigation. Mr. Strzok, just days removed from the Clinton case, was selected to supervise it.

The Times also reported that Strzok relied on information provided to the FBI by Christopher Steele, the former British spy who was hired by an opposition research firm working for the Clinton campaign to investigate Trump’s Russia activities.

Steele briefed FBI agents in early July 2016 on some of the rumors he had heard about Trump. In a dossier he started working on in June 2016, Steele alleged that the Kremlin had blackmail material on Trump and that the Trump campaign was working directly with Russian government officials to influence the election.

“It took weeks for this information to land with Mr. Strzok and his team,” The Times reported in April.

Another bit of information is found in the fictional writings of Michael Isikoff and David Corn in their book –Russian Roulette: The Inside Story of Putin’s War on America and the Election of Donald Trump. These same authors who were instrumental in pushing out the fake Russia dossier story, next put in the work to create a greater fiction in their creative writing work about the fake Trump – Russia conspiracy.  But in their work, they do drop glimpses of truth, which when taken with other pieces of information, lead us back to the Obama White House.

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Isikoff and Corn write that John Brennan, Obama’s CIA Director, was so convinced of Russia meddling in the 2016 election that he formed a team that met in Obama’s White House that looked into this meddling (by spying on candidate Trump) –

While Brennan wrangled the intelligence agencies into a turf­-crossing operation that could feed the White House information on the Russian maneuver, Obama convened a series of meetings to devise a plan for countering whatever the Russians were up to. The meetings followed the procedure known in the federal government as the “interagency process.” The protocol was for the deputy chiefs of the relevant government agencies to meet and hammer out options for the principals — that is, the heads of the agencies — and then the principals hold a separate (and sometimes parallel) chain of meetings to discuss and perhaps debate before presenting choices to the president.

But for this topic, the protocol was not observed. Usually when the White House invited the deputies and principals to such meetings, they informed them of the subject at hand and provided “read­ahead” memos outlining what was on the agenda. This time, the agency officials just received instructions to show up at the White House at a certain time. No reason given. No memos supplied. “We were only told that a meeting was scheduled, and our principal or deputy was expected to attend,” recalled a senior administration official who participated in the sessions. (At the State Department, only a small number of officials were cleared to receive the most sensitive information on the Russian hack; this group included Secretary of State John Kerry; Tony Blinken, the deputy secretary of state; Dan Smith, head of the department’s intelligence bureau; and Jon Finer, Kerry’s chief of staff.)

For the usual inter-agency sessions, principals and deputies could bring staffers. Not this time. “There were no plus ones,” an attendee recalled. When the subject of a principals or deputies meeting was a national security matter, the gathering was often held in the Situation Room of the White House. The in‑house video feed of the Sit Room — without audio — would be available to national security officials at the White House and elsewhere, and these officials could at least see that a meeting was in progress and who was attending. For the meetings related to the Russian hack, Susan Rice, Obama’s national security adviser, ordered the video feed turned off. She did not want others in the national security establishment to know what was under way, fearing leaks from within the bureaucracy.

The Secretary of State (John Kerry) was invited to these meetings but not Admiral Mike Rogers?  Could it be because Rogers, the Director of the National Intelligence Agency, was not part of the spy on Trump team because he had already initiated an audit into the FISA program due to irregularities he noticed in early 2016?  Did Obama and Brennan not want Rogers on the team because they were afraid he was too honest?

At the same time that Brennan was creating his team that met in the White House to spy on Trump, the FBI created its investigation into Trump – Russia collusion.  The entire scam was in place.

Obama was out to stop Donald Trump from being President.

Hat tip D. Manny

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