Guest post by Joe Hoft
George Papadopoulos and Joseph Mifsud
Maltese professor Joseph Mifsud was used to tie George Papadopoulos to Russia by the Mueller team and their mainstream media. After Mifsud was interviewed by the Mueller team he went missing. In April he was finally located in Rome next to the US embassy. It’s time to ask him who he was working for. It wasn’t Russia. It was the US.
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As we noted in February, candidate Trump’s unpaid volunteer George Papadopoulos was indicted by the Mueller team for lying. We still don’t know what he lied about, but we are finding out about the FBI’s involvement in setting him up.
The mainstream media and the FBI, DOJ and Mueller team all wanted to connect President Trump to Russia so they set up Papadopoulos and then claimed that he met with Russians. The only problem is that the Russian was not a Russian – he’s a Maltese professor, Joseph Mifsud. The entire connections in London were a set up.
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The FBI set up Papadopoulos with Mifsud who went missing after being interviewed by the Mueller team. Recently he was located in Rome … next to the US Embassy.
It will be good to finally ask Mifsud who from Obama’s FBI or other agencies hired him to set up Papadopoulos.
In late April Papadopoulos told FOX News that President Trump called the Italian Prime Minister this week after he broke the news about Professor Mifsud being located in Rome.
After President Trump’s call to the Italian Prime Minister Conte has asked for the resignations of four top intelligence officials.
Via George Papadopoulos:
“If the press reports were confirmed, we would be faced with an episode that would humiliate the structure of our Intelligence and the people involved and that would create a very serious precedent, establishing an extremely dangerous and unacceptable practice in a democratic country.”
Papadopoulos suspects that the Italians have flipped and are giving up Brennan.
PM @GiuseppeConteIT has suddenly requested resignations from 6 deputy directors of Italian intelligence agencies: DIS, AISI and AISE.
Partito Democratico replies: "it's a regime", but in Rome, everybody knows its' all about SpyGate and Trump sabotage.https://t.co/6M6WrLns2S
— Giulio Occhionero (@g_occhionero) May 16, 2019