Evidence Shows FBI Deep State Dirty Cops Likely Created Trump-Russia Investigation Based on TRUMP’S JOKES About Russia Holding Hillary’s Emails
The Trump – Russia counterintelligence investigation, put in play by the corrupt Deep State, appears to have started as a result of a joke President Trump made after the 2016 Republican National Convention.
On July 27th, 2016, following the successful GOP Convention, Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump responded to concerns from the media that Russia had hacked the DNC and that the Hillary campaign claimed he was involved –
By the way, if they hacked, they probably have her 33,000 emails,” he said. “I hope they do. They probably have her 33,000 emails that she lost and deleted. Because you’d see some beauties there.” A few minutes later, he returned to the idea, speaking directly to the Kremlin: “I will tell you this: Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing.”
Of course, candidate Trump was joking but he also was making a few important points. One point was that he was not involved in the DNC emails being released to the public during the DNC. Two, he stated that he would be tough on Russia and that Russia no longer respected the US. Finally, he was reminding everyone that if Russia hacked the DNC emails (which to this date has not been confirmed since the DNC server was never inspected by the FBI), they probably had the 33,000 emails Hillary had illegally deleted.
It’s hard to believe but these comments by candidate Trump were used to start the counterintelligence investigation into Trump and Russia, but it appears they were.
On July 25, 2016, the FBI announced that it was opening an investigation into the DNC’s hacked emails. This investigation was a continental investigation, meaning within the four corners of the US. But in less than a week, a counterintelligence investigation was put in place regarding Trump and Russia. The House reported this –
This counterintelligence investigation went beyond the four corners of the US, so what happened differently in the span of five days to change the scope of the investigation?
According to the above report, the FBI said that the counterintelligence investigation was instigated from a tip from Australian Alexander Downer to the US State Department in London. According to Daily Caller, Alexander Downer, the Aussie diplomat passed this on to the US Embassy in London in May 2016 –
According to Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberley Strassel, Alexander Downer, the former top Australian diplomat to the U.K., passed information about a conversation he had on May 10, 2016 with Papadopoulos to the U.S. embassy in London.
It surely didn’t take the FBI two months to receive this information from Downer. So this is likely not the reason to start the investigation.
We know that demoted Assistant Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr from the DOJ met with Christopher Steele at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C. on July 30th. We also know that Ohr met with Andy McCabe at that time who was with Lisa Page, also from the FBI.
It could have been the meeting with Christopher Steele that started the counterintelligence investigation but not likely. It appears more likely that it was something else.
Could the whole Russia collusion investigation and special counsel be based on Trump’s comments after the RNC?
This could very possibly be the case based on corrupt cop and former FBI agent Peter Strzok’s testimony in front of Congress, candidate Trump’s comedic comments about Russia having Hillary’s emails indicated –
a set of standards and requests that encourage a foreign power to begin inserting themselves into our electoral process.
Corrupt Strzok and the FBI needed something to start their counterintelligence investigation of Trump and Russia. It appears that they used Trump’s bold and comical words after the RNC to fill their needs.
Hat tip D. Manny