Carter Page Suing DNC and John Solomon Discussing McCabe Investigation (Video)…

Appearing on Fox News Carter Page discusses his lawsuit against the DNC and Perkins Coie [Story Here]; while John Solomon discusses a recent FBI release showing Andrew McCabe was investigated by INSD for involvement in media leaks about General Michael Flynn [FBI Docs Here, See Page 7]

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161 Responses to Carter Page Suing DNC and John Solomon Discussing McCabe Investigation (Video)…

    • Julian says:

      Don’t talk about RINO Ryan!

      Come on Lou. Dobbs him in sir!!

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    • Funny how this is known since over a year! That the brits spied on American citizens in the name of Obama..

      Fox News / Napolitano had many sources. Everyone in D.C. must know this.. open secret..
      FNC denied knowledge, Judge Nap was taken off air, and came back differently.

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      • Just as King George the Third sought to extend his tyrannical reign over the colonies by the use of foreign Hessians, so did King Obama the Grand Mufti of Chicago seek to seditiously extend his regime over Americans by the use of British and Australian Intel Hessians.

        Both failed.

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        • SallyStorm says:

          You can say Obama failed… but he literally Impoverished our country and indebted like history has never seen. I’m not sure he has failed yet… because breaking us down economically was his hidden goal.

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      • Shortly after this, FOX News Managing Editor Bill Sammon got to the Judge. He’s piped down considerably.

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        • yy4u says:

          I have noticed the same thing. Where once I listened acutely to anything Judge Napolitano had to say, now when he comes on I either mute him out or fast forward. He was “got to” and he now parrots the party line.

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      • David Vicknair says:

        Yes, its sad how he was reduced from a staunch libertarian and fearless defender of our freedoms to a mere legal shill for his corporate controllers.

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      • Judge Nap simply pointed out what Edward Snowden revealed, that the Five Eyes have the cooperative agreement to sidestep domestic rules on no spying on citizens, by subbing it out to one of the foreign governments who have no such rules about spying on the US.

        Its called parallel construction and has been used in US law enforcement to find a target, then back fill as needed to build a case to justify warrants, based on the (illegally) sourced info from NSA/FBI/DEA, etc.

        Wikileaks published all this, years ago, but of course- anyone daring to bring it up would be warned…nice little network you have there, Fox. Shame if something happened to your license…

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      • Jan says:

        Judge Napolitano went to the dark side. I no longer trust what he says.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Good for Carter Page! I hope he sues them all for every single penny they have. When Rep. Jim Jordan becomes Speaker Jordan, he is going to unleash the fires of Hell onto all of these POS. He has the same Cold Anger we all have at CTH. No one will be able to run interference against him.

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      • mortgagesforthemasses says:

        It’s the discovery process that will be the best part if they don’t settle.

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      • JC Calhoun says:

        One would hope that there are at least a handful of patriotic attorneys who would be willing to offer their services to the individuals who have been severely injured by the DNC/Perkins/FusionGPS/DOJ/FBI/Brennan cabal. Bankrupting them is more effective than jailing them. After all, their motivation is money and power, not principle. An overwhelming number of lawsuits would be very effective in neutralizing their political plots and schemes for a lifetime. And then the criminal prosecutions can begin.

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      • flep, I really hope you are right about Jim Jordan. Remember we all had such high hope for Jeff Sessions too and look how that turned out. I hope Jordan has that spine of steel and no skeletons. We need someone with the grit, determination, follow thru, and the love for our country like our lion President Trump has.

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    • DeGenova has clearly been handed Guiliani’s speaking role. That’s a good thing. His WMAL radio interview offers a series of bombshells. One big one is that Brennan and Co enlisted GCHQ assistance to help bring the coup about –without the express authorization of the British government. That’s huge news alright. Interesting that he takes the UK Govt out of the equation. If true, it cements this operation as a transnationally conducted coup.

      But I think it’s bigger even than that. Brennan was merely an emissary at the express instruction of Obama, not an autonomous or rogue agent, as the post facto Rice memo feebly tries to memorialize.

      But the even bigger implication? Five Eyes runs the western democracies. Not only that, Obama knows this and accepted his role within the transnational pecking order. He was as much reporting up his own chain of command as he was violating the US Constitution (which again has been largely abrogated).

      Clearly O was outside the Constitutional prerogatives of his formal position. But his job was halfway in-halfway out (and as Judge Nap suggested months ago, O had to go the GCHQ transnational route to avoid Congressional oversight-susceptible NSA fingerprints.) The Rice memo was trying to fit him back into his formal Constitutional role on their last day at work.

      Obama was our first supra-international, extra-Constitutional POTUS. Russia is a Five Eyes nemesis so they lashed Trump and Russia together to kill two birds with one stone. Can it get any bigger than that?

      https://www.giswatch.org/en/communications-surveillance/unmasking-five-eyes-global-surveillance-practices

      “The Five Eyes is a close-knit group. The level of cooperation under the UKUSA agreement is so complete that “the national product is often indistinguishable.”3 This has resulted in former intelligence officials explaining that the close-knit cooperation that exists under the UKUSA agreement means “that SIGINT customers in both capitals seldom know which country generated either the access or the product itself.”4 In addition to fluidly sharing collected SIGINT, it is understood that many intelligence facilities run by the respective Five Eyes countries are jointly operated, even jointly staffed, by members of the intelligence agencies of Five Eyes countries. Each facility collects SIGINT, which can then be shared with the other Five Eyes states.”

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      • Mickjt says:

        Full Spectrum Domino has eyes on Target! I have ‘lived’ in the Intelligence Arena as well! I also think the Democraps/Socialists/Communists have infiltrated our Intelligence Community as they have every other institution in the ‘WORLD’! This is what we end up with and it will continue unless a total house cleaning is done…We CAN build more prisons but I prefer Firing Squads!

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        • Kaiser Derden says:

          we can just “journalist” them … the Saudi way …

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        • Both of you – brilliant! This is exactly the point I was trying to make (rather ineffectively) in my comment on SD’s “Too Deep to Drain” article. This corruption is so very deep and worldwide, IMO, it will never be eliminated; at best, we can hope to rein it in a bit, acquire some form of control, and refocus/redirect.

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          • wyoskeptic says:

            The main way to refocus / redirect it as well as rein it in is to get good, decent law-abiding individuals in place of the … scoundrels … that are now directing things, especially in the Intelligence communities. Just like a barrel of apples, a few bad ones tend to affect and hamper the others. Since most of these individuals are recruited from the Colleges and Universities, that is one of the first thing that needs changing, what is taught to the young as well as where the Intelligence Communities seek to hire from. Until that is changed, little else will.

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      • Right to reply says:

        I don’t believe that. David Cameron would most certainly have authorized it! He didn’t want BREXIT, he didn’t want Trump interfering with the money/business deals in Iran. Britain is a Socialist police state!

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        • I tend to agree Right. Yet it’s strange DiGenova would go out of his way to add that plot detail. Either way the narrative arc survives.

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          • SallyStorm says:

            Obama and HRC can’t be British Spies right????? I mean heck they only hang out and vacation with them… LMAO…. ohh they spy with them too???? Hahahahahahah… Obama almost handed the US back to the old Monarchy. Thank God Trump Showed up. MAGA MAGA MAGA MAGA MAGA

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            • singular says:

              I think another thing that is hard for people to realize is that the communists, who have always run the U.N., are running this transnational cabal, probably including these intelligence agencies. Russia, Russia, Russia.

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          • singular says:

            I’d like to think the PM isn’t complicit in this, even if he or she is against brexit, as is Teresa May.

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          • Ljh says:

            Theresa May was Home Secretary at the time. She has proved herself very dutiful towards the interests of the global elite. She would have approved this, hence the urgency in preventing declassification. I hope this takes her down.

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        • Beau Geste says:

          Exactly !

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      • singular says:

        Wow, Domino, one of the most informative posts I’ve Ever Seen. Keep educating me. Hard to even get my mind around this.

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      • j'accuse says:

        I certainly hope that DiGenova is conveying accurate information rather than just being another commentators speculating and trying to “connect the dots”.

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      • singular says:

        Please excuse my ignorance, but what is SIGINT?

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      • SallyStorm says:

        Signals Intel… is only good if the people being spied on aren’t feeding you a line of SH!T….. whereas People knew they were being spied upon early… so that more than likely instigated Rice’s email letter by the book BS.

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      • PgtSndThinker says:

        @FSD Spot On!

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      • I suspect the flurry of heavy requests for NSA surveillance in 2016 by Brennan, Powers, and Rice were to muddy the trail of Obama’s GCHQ backdoor via Brennan, and the subsequent and unprecedented decision after the election to share all that take with 16 other natsec agencies was more of the same, to do the best they could to cover their tracks. Remember Rice’s January memo covering Obama’s butt about “doing everything by the rules”…

        If DOJ doesnt appoint a second special prosecutor to dig into all of this it will never see the light of day. And thats exactly the point Sharyl Atkisson makes, that these abuses have been going on for a decade or longer, and thats what the Deep State fears most- sunlight.

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    • Sharpshorts says:

      Lou Dobbs, Victoria Toensing and Joe diGenova all seem to agree: “…It’s the greatest scandal…” I don’t disagree with them but Ha…Ha…Ha Scandals in politics are ‘normal operational activities’.

      Sedition and treason are not scandals.

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    • Note that Carter Page has lost that [smiley] Cheshire grin.
      He is suing private entities, the DNC/Perkins. It was elements of the DOJ/FBI that facilitated those entities in targeting him as a Russian spy. The DOJ/FBI had to know he was not a Russian spy. It figures that a former FBI/CIA asset–who is a patriot–would be reluctant to sue the government he in fact worked for–

      Earlier, Page’s projected status as big time victim by FOX did not fit with his usual smiley response–I’ll sue the government for a dollar. Note his more serious demeanor now. He has not been completely honest about his relationship with Stefan Halper. [Compare the email he twittered from Halper back on May 20, 2018 and the Cambridge email invite of June 7, 2016 he showed to John Solomon of the Hill. Page said he received it from a [name redacted] graduate student inviting him to the Cambridge conference after he made his speech in Moscow.]

      When you compare this invite email with the one Page says he received from Halper himself–the similarities are striking:
      The inviter sounds more like an experienced mentor than an undergraduate student. Touch base–be in touch–catching up–and–would be great to catch up–are phrases used both in the invitation letter and the email Page revealed on his Twitter account. I believe the email invitation above is actually from Stefan Halper, not a graduate student, so Page was not telling John Solomon the truth.

      His PHD credentials are suspicious. His relationship with the FBI as an asset–which he is rarely asked about–only begs the question–how deep does his connection to the intelligence community go? His reason for joining the Trump team–a pro Russia stance–conflicts with his support for once presidential candidate and fellow Annapolis grad–hawk of Hawks on Russia–John McCain. In fact it makes his years long friendly business and lecture existence in Russia seem more postured than genuine–more Cheshire Cat–spook–than substance.

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    • Bill Henslee says:

      What has bothered me is that Carter Page, according to early reports, was doing the lawsuit himself instead of getting attorneys. I was hoping that Joe and Victoria were now his attorneys, but it seemed like they weren’t taking control from their remarks. Anyone who has tried to do something difficult in the legal system like pursuing a lawsuit pro se knows that the way is long and hard and filled with procedural traps that you have to learn. I know Page is a smart guy, but he will be up against the best lawyers in the country if he is going it alone.

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    • If it weren’t for Fox, this story would not even have made it into the public’s consciousness. Solomon at The Hill, Sara Carter, Catherine Herridge, Sharyl Atkisson even, are the real heroes here- bringing out facts for Hannity and Bariromo and Dobbs to speak to, and invite more talent, like DiGenova and Toensing to get involved.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Carter Page is a strange guy. The annoying head nod. Also this format gives him no chance to really explain his points. In addition, he was operating without a lawyer for quite a long time.

    I don’t expect everyone to be super slick, but when you KNOW you will be on TV and have important points to make one would think one would do some training on poise. And also one would control the interaction (maybe just doing a statement or releasing your own video…and having it proofed.) If cost is an issue for representation, he could have done the gofundme.

    While I think they definitely violated his rights and tried to entrap him, I think it is likely they have at least something embarrassing on him as he has said in the past “let’s see what the wiretap got”.

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    • KittyKat says:

      Perception is obviously subjective because given the teensy tiny bit of time he was given, I thought he did very well and was not weird in any manner. He spoke clearly and concisely and answered exactly on point and raised the issue t of how much wider the issue is than that Sean was dwelling on. I thought Sean’s question about all the money he was going to make, hinting Carter’s doing it for the money, was stupid and insulting.

      I’d love to see CPm interviewed on Sunday night by Mark Levin.

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    • He is just a guy, no diferrent from posters here. His rights were violated in a disgraceful way by our government. He can stutter and have spit coming out of his mouth and it doesn’t matter. He doesn’t need a “coach”.

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      • KittyKat says:

        Exactly.

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      • He is a foreign business guy, who traveled to Moscow for investment and other symposiums, deal making, oil and gas.

        Thats a world not familiar to most, but its innocuous enough, very common in academic and business circles. See his wikipedia: He is a USNA graduated with a BS degree from the United States Naval Academy in 1993; he graduated with distinction (top 10% of his class) and was chosen for the Navy’s Trident Scholar program, which gives selected officers the opportunity for independent academic research and study. Intel weenie on active duty, Merrill Investment banker- Phd London- FBI had him as a source for general intel at one point. The guy may be geeky but he is not an idiot.

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    • beach lover says:

      Agree .. he not a good interviewee… but then, expecting Sean to ask simple questions without full repeated commentary, is what is needed. Let’s hope this is picked up by other media so more will be exposed. (not likely)

      Is it just me or is it starting to look like this is winding down with a whimper? Are the R’s scared to bring it up for fear of repercussions in the midterms? It just goes to show, like it or not, if the MSM doesn’t want this to be covered, it is not going to be covered. We all know what happened. It’s frustrating only to us, because we see how the powers that be, are stalling.

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      • Doug says:

        Sean is a big mouth
        He never lets his guests speak
        So annoying I can’t stand it

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      • trialbytruth says:

        It is important to not confuse what the Media wants us to know and what we know.

        Sundances article last night about the swamp being to deep.to.drain points that out. Treepers.know more then we are “suppose to”. Sundance is Toto pulling back the curtain. There are others who find the truth and push them out but you have to look for them. Truth is not coming from the suits in frount of the big three cameras. There are still truths to be found in the media.

        Sundance once upon a time there me talked about John Sullivan and his partner as being release agents for the IC. I believe that is still true however it is an evolving IC. I believe there are three distinct groups within the IC. Those who want nothing uncovered. Those who want just enough uncovered to achieve institutional change. Finally that want it all out there as a matter of faith in the power of sunlight.

        The first group has lost control of this. They are mostly Obama and Clinton loyalist holdovers and fellow travelers. They have been systematically sidelined or self corrected to preserve job and family( more later ). Some are still work in shadow but most will lie in wait for a new administration as they have in the past, punch the clock, push some paper.

        The second group consider themselves true Patriots they want to maintain the power and prestige of government. They have realized they have to recover credibility. There plan is a slow release of information on no longer operating “rougue” players. “The small group”, “rougue intelligence operation in the UK”, there will be other players offered as sacrifice. This group has pulled most of the strings for some time.

        The third group wants full accountability. I believe they are gaining ground. There is the possibility that they are using group two to make the dig out a little faster. Demanding more sacrifices along the way. This maybe the reason for Trump’s slow walk to declass. The plotters will find Trump has an insatiable appetite.

        Forget Mueller, other then a talking point and further evidence of the vindictiveness of the dims how has he damaged Trump. I believe Mueller will be one of the first of the big sacrifices. Funny thing is I think he is such an institutional man he will walk that plank willingly

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    • Kaiser Derden says:

      I think we’ve had enough of slick media talkers for one lifetime …

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      • GB Bari says:

        As long as there is media, there will be slick talkers.

        “All the world’s a stage…”

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      • SallyStorm says:

        Clinton’s media folks were easy to spot… I noticed the connection prior to the elections on Social Media. Not only that, but they preach the same sh!t… meaning she is feeding it to one… and the others are getting that info relayed. The people she hangs out with whom are connected to US media outlets… The top people are also connected to the Royals…. say for instance you might look at anna wintour just as an example… she is good friends with HRC and HRC’s circle in the US… and she is also seen sitted next to the HEAD of Britain many times over…. now tell me she doesn’t have some connection, etc… It’s stuff like that which makes people go HMMMMMMM…. as Chaffetz would say.

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    • j'accuse says:

      If there’s anything in Page’s background that can be exploited you can bet the defendants in his lawsuit will do just that. It’s possible that Page is what he appears to be, an academic with interests in international trade who likes to attend conferences with colleagues. Certainly that has all the makings of an interesting life.

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  2. Johnny Bravo says:

    One thing is certain, in my recollection of the story of the hare and the tortoise, the hare wore blue and the tortoise red. And we know all know how the race finished, go Carter go!

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  3. Johnny Bravo says:

    One thing is certain, in my recollection of the story of the hare and the tortoise, the hare wore blue and the tortoise red. And we know all know how the race finished, go Carter go!

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  4. Pedro Morales says:

    Carter is much smarter than he acts. My guess is that this is not his first rodeo with the ic community. They may have thought they were using him but he protected himself. He is a PhD and worked 5 years in Naval intelligence. Was debriefed for 10 years in Russia. He is a spook. And he is smart enough to know that a tape recorder is your best friend. They can’t touch him or those tapes will bury a lot of people in high places. If you look at his speeches he doesn’t blink sweat or get twichy. That’s all a phucking act.

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    • Gmike901 says:

      Graduated from US Naval Academy, Trident Scholar (i.e. graduated with distinction, top 10%), U.S. Navy surface warfare officer, trained at John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, PhD from Georgetown, MBA from New York University, former FBI, CIA, and DIA asset…

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      • Gmike901 says:

        There’s a reason he said (paraphrasing) that if this had to happen to anyone, it’s probably a good thing that it happened to him.

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      • j'accuse says:

        It’s possible he just has some anxieties about appearing in public settings. Certainly a lot of people do.

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      • singular says:

        Seems like everything always circles back to Georgetown.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Just a reminder that resumes can easily be faked and published online.
        In fact entire fictional personas can be fabricated online.
        (Think – who would take the time and money required to create such a false identity?)

        But the alleged records can only be discovered as fake by those who are willing to invest the time and money required to corroborate all of the resume’s stated facts.

        I’m not saying CP is not who he claims to be. I’m just suggesting that an internet search isn’t necessarily conclusive.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Dissertations, Theses, and postgrad publications can be researched. And checked for plagarism, etc. (the SPD and Greens have made it into a contact sport over here)…

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    • mickjt says:

      In the political world if you act toooo smart the MSM attacks you mercilessly!
      It’s better to act a little dumb, even the Scum MSM knows attacking helpless people is viewed as very bad!

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  5. Pedro Morales says:

    Amazing that no one has ever looked into his business, how he earns his money, or if he was on a government payroll. Pappy and Page are both energy consultants. What a coincidence. Is that the new job description for all undercover spy’s???

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  6. vexedmi says:

    Oh my! Just wait until next week, when another will be brought forward. Next week??

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  7. Cooper45 says:

    Carter looked quite different to me compared to past interviews. If this 2 second appearance can be called an interview. He had an angrier (but controlled) and more tired look to him which is understandable. He has always stated that “it’s the harm these people did to the country’s institutions that’s most important” and I think he’s sincere on this point.

    When Hannity said, (paraphrased) “You’re going to be a very rich man Carter.” His eyes not only did not brighten up slightly as one might suspect but they became gloomier. I think he was genuinely offended that Hannity once again emphasized money over justice or finally setting things right.

    I hope this lawsuit does what Carter hopes it will do for the country and his future. He’s often arguably criticized after each interview but despite all that he’s been through for so long, he’s still holding it together so far and making appearances as requested which is quite extraordinary IMO.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      He will get rich from the movie that will be made one day with his story…I spend my free time studying govt corruption since 2015

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    • KittyKat says:

      “When Hannity said, (paraphrased) “You’re going to be a very rich man Carter.” His eyes not only did not brighten up slightly as one might suspect but they became gloomier. I think he was genuinely offended that Hannity once again emphasized money over justice or finally setting things right.”

      Exactly. I’d rather listen to Carter Page for an hour than to Sean Hannity for five minutes.

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    • He is a odd fellow. Someone’s coached him to stop grinning through the serious bits. Yet another sign of profound institutional failings if it’s the Oswald patsy who finally breaks the doors down.

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  8. I follow Carter Page on twitter. He is laser-focussed – much much smarter than he appears on TV. And dedicated to draining the swamp

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    • KittyKat says:

      I don’t twitter so that is great to hear.

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    • Zorro says:

      PapaD is also lighting up Twitter.

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    • I won't back down says:

      Page is still in my book the village idiot. I can’t tell if he has hired (GOOD) attorneys to pursue this matter but his last lawsuit(s) was (were) pro se and do-it-yourself in this type of a case is NEVER a good idea – it’s like brain surgery and a white shoe law firm with lots of resources like Perkins Coie will eat him alive even if it is just tricks and maneuvers on procedural stuff / discovery rules. It is very much like Goliath with Nukes v. david (or an ant). In other words don’t hold your breath for justice unless Page gets properly equipped. – please if anyone knows the guy personally have an intervention he is his worst enemy if you’ve ever read anything he has written you know that it is mostly word barf mixed with academia footnotes up the wazoo [I CANNOT SAY THAT STRONGLY ENOUGH]!!!! The court filings are no where for a pro se academic who thinks and writes like he is the smartest guy in the room.

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      • I won't back down says:

        Follow along the case is filed in the Western District of Oklahoma Case No. 5:18-cv-01019-HE

        He is pro se (no attorney – he has his corp listed as representing himself) – this lawsuit will go nowhere and is ridiculous on its face . . . a complete and total farce that will go nowhere.

        Legal advice ain’t free. He needs to go an hire the best bastards / attorneys that money can afford and sue the DNC and others for millions. this is something you simply don’t ever try to do yourself, even if you are the world’s best attorney (kind of like brain surgery in its complexity).

        The judges and all else involved in this will take one look at carter and his pleadings and barf. then will be oh so very kind and patronizing and give him just enough rope to hang himself (even if they are on his side) and watch him trip all over himself on rules of evidence, procedure, etc. He’ll die by a thousand paper cuts and so will his “nuisance” (is too kind of a term) lawsuit.

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        • I won't back down says:

          it’s cute that Joe and Victoria go on TV and talk accolades for Carter Page but there is also a reason they don’t represent him – it is in large part so they can go on TV and cheer him on. Carter is probably a lawyer’s worst nightmare as a client because (MOSTLY) he is too stupid to hire a good attorney to bring this case and properly fight. It may just be that no sane attorney would want to take on a case against the goliath adversaries (seriously what town in America doesn’t have the DNC and antifa ready to burn down your house). This is kind of why we have a justice dept and even some of the evil things like the ACLU to help advocate for shmucks like Carter Page who have been wronged so wholly and completely and will never be able to get justice for themselves because they don’t even have the first clue about how the legal system works or is supposed to work.

          ok, I am done ranting but hell Sundance don’t get our hopes up with this tripe . . . this is a non-story until a competent attorney picks up the cause!!!!!!

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          • I won't back down says:

            It’s like walking by a mugging in progress. I feel helpless to intervene . . . we are ALL “entertained” / outraged (me and I know every other treeper) and Hannity and whoever else talks about this guy and his case without pulling him aside and offering to fund his lawsuit are just plain using the guy to be blunt. Joe and Victoria are no better. Step up, give the guy and his litigation a chance. There has to be someone out there brave enough to stand up to the thugs at the DNC.

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  9. Non=combative. says:

    It’s rather revealing that a private citizen has to sue in order to smoke out the corruption of Barack’s failed administration. In a world of sunlight government leadership would be eager to come clean. Going all the way back to Spring of 2016 it has been right leaning media who have systematically brought sunlight to this corruption.

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      i think it’s an almost perfect way to expose it…a private citizen…seemingly not a politician, could be like any one of us…spied on…thrust into a scandal for political purposes…
      but for grace of God, there go I…

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  10. Monticello says:

    How wide is the swamp that he is going to battle with?
    At least 19 Senators who are the SSCI, the gang of eight, the DOJ/FBI/CIA and the DNC/Hillary/Obama. The mockingbirds can be counted upon to belittle and smear him all the way.

    Tilting at windmills comes to mind.

    All the above listed crocodiles are aware of what is in the unredacted FISA (CIA/FBI requested Great Britain and Australia spy on US citizens for them… that has to be what is involved in a declassify.
    How many lawyers are aligned against Page on behalf of the above listed scum?

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  11. anniefannie says:

    Hope Carter has his ducks in a row. He is up against a group that wouldn’t know the truth if I walked up and slapped them. Page strikes me as a little like Clapper—you can’t decide if he’s that smart or that dumb. Time will tell. Hope time doesn’t run out on the real American people!

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    • KittyKat says:

      I think he’s smart, principled, and courageous.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Both the Russians and his investment bank thought he was not that bright and that he tended to want to promote himself as more of a “player” than what he was. Both Papa and Page were easily caught up by the Deep State entrapment because they were relatively ambitious and unsuccessful. And didn’t have real jobs, just playing at trying to line things up. I highly doubt either was a spook or contract spook as they would have had more of a clue that they were being entrapped.

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      • mutantbeast says:

        actually, being a dunce is the exact way many spooks get cover. The KGB never was all that good at finding ours. I doubt Page would have beeb a top10%er at the Naval academy if he were a dunce.

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    • Kaiser Derden says:

      top 10% of his class at Naval Academy … no basket weaving classes I can assure you … the dude has got brains …

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      • SallyStorm says:

        Yeah because we all know the brightest join the Navy, etc… LMAO. No pun intended… but they are working to keep Americans Safe… but the Brightest do not join they build businesses in the public and private space.

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        • LafnH20 says:

          Thanks, for your Opinion, Sally!!

          Btw… “Joining aka Enlisting” in the NAVY is not the same as “Graduating From”
          “The United States Naval Academy.”

          Much less in the top 10%.

          Any business owner would be well served to have in their employ such an individual…
          Prolly Intimidated & Envious… To be sure..
          Imho…
          But we’ll served none the less.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Sorry, but the best and the brightest aren’t necessarily the biz folks…

          Without the best minds doing the R&D, the manglers would be NOWHERE…

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          • LafnH20 says:

            Manglers… HA!!😆

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          • SallyStorm says:

            Who do you think starts the Businesses? Who do you think did the R&D in the beginning? Just because the business folks sit in an office now… does not mean they aren’t the original R&D guys. I know people who started from nothing and have multimillion dollar businesses in the US providing the best R&D, Machining, etc… Nobody compares and the business guy up front started it all. The same guys who are rich now… and go on vacation when they want… and create jobs for others… who are also talented. Anyways….. Who do you think makes all the stuff for the Naval folks??? Little mom and pop shops, some larger contractors, etc… mostly started by people whom had nothing to do with the Govt’ Naval Schools,etc. I’m not bashing… just saying everyone has their own way… and most people I know who went into Military, Naval School, etc… did so out of Poverty…. not because they generally wanted to. That being said they are smart because of their education.

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            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              Nice move…..doubling down.

              I know….next post say “we should put them in a basket”.
              Then ROTFLMAO !

              That oughta do it.

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            • Cuppa Covfefe says:

              I suggest then that you read “In Search of Excellence” and “Soul of a New Machine”, and a few other books about the electronics industry.

              You have no clue at just how lost today’s “managers” (e.g. Carly, Nit Whitman, et. al.) are compared to Bill and Dave, Andy Grove, Scott McNealy, and even Larry Ellison who is the human version of a chalkboard being scratched upon. I’ve worked with and know people of this group and their second generation, and they started their businesses with hard work and brains. The business skills grew with them, as did their companies.

              It’s the “East Coast” mentality of “MBAs and biz grads start everything” that’s killed Silicon Valley. John Young had that effect upon HP.

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  12. Speaking of Michael Flynn, I haven’t heard much about him other than he is supposedly scheduled for sentencing in December. I’ve always been convinced he was targeted and entrapped by operatives of the previous administration (Yates, McCabe, Strozk et al) for, among other things, having the temerity to publicly and correctly warn 0 bama that precipitously withdrawing from Iraq would create a debacle….it did – 0 bama hated to be publicly embarassed (just ask Dinesh D’Souza).

    I’d really like to see the Flynn plea get tossed and have Mueller lose this case, but it seems it’s going forward.

    Anyone have any new insight?

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  13. TwoLaine says:

    He should sue to have the American people reimbursed for the cost of the Mueller witch hunt, for starters.

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  14. Papadopoulos is still on the front foot:

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  15. Howard Richman says:

    Carter Page was mentioning Alexej Gubarev but got cut off. Gubarev had earlier filed a suit against BuzzFeed News and Christopher Steele over false allegations in the Steele dossier. Here’s a selection from a Daily Caller article:

    “Gubarev has claimed in his lawsuit that BuzzFeed failed to properly investigate the dossier’s allegations before publishing the 35-page document.

    “Gubarev is mentioned in the last of 17 memos that make up the dossier. The memo, dated Dec. 13, 2016, alleges that Gubarev’s companies, Webzilla and XBT Holding, used bots and porn to plant viruses and bugs on DNC computer networks in order to steal data.

    “Steele also alleges in the dossier that Gubarev was “recruited under duress” by Russia’s Federal Security Service, the FSB.”

    https://dailycaller.com/2018/07/13/dossier-mueller-vindication/

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    • Howard Richman says:

      Whoops, proper spelling of his first name is “Aleksej” not “Alexej”.

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      • gman-reloaded says:

        Whoops-nobody cares except for you…and maybe the MANY other spelling/grammer nazi’s on CTH. But THEY don’t really care because THEY didn’t get to be the first to point out the spelling error

        What is it with you people?

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        • LafnH20 says:

          Accuracy is important.
          So is Integrity…

          So their.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          What are you, a CORRECT-O-PHOBE???

          Language is an agreed-upon, standardized means of exchange of ideas and thoughts, which are often intangible and/or evanescent, thereby requiring clear, concise, and consitent codification via spoken or written communication.

          Grammatical and orthographical norms are both necessary and required.

          Form is every bit as important as content.

          In other words, your grade-school teachers (most likely educated and indoctrinated at Teachers’ College, Columbia University) lied to you.

          Thesauri and Dictionaries are cheap nowadays, and a worthwhile investment. As is “Elements of Style” by Strunk and White (and others, depending upon the edition).

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    • Anonymous says:

      Page has been on the news, plenty. He should know that he will get cut off by Hannity with his “fill radio time” blathering attitude. If he has something to say, he should prepare written statements, record a video or have someone do a controlled interview. Not just show up so Fox can sell a few ads. Hannity is a waste of time.

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  16. k4jjj says:

    The big “tell” here is that Carter Page is the center of the investigation and the FISA warrant and yet has never been charged with any crime. This is because he is nothing but a patsy for the criminal conduct of the FBI, Department of Justice, the Obama White House and British intelligence.

    The UK was directly complicit in a deliberate attempt to prevent the election of President Trump and, after that election, to be part of the criminal conspiracy to overthrow the elected President.

    What the British did was nothing short of an act of war to circumvent the U.S. Constitution and the will of American voters. This was NOT just some lone FORMER British agent behind this. This was the unlawful, organized and deliberate acts of the official British government itself. Further, others of the Australian, New Zealand and Canadian governments were also part of this organized conspiracy. The so-called “Five Eyes” acted as FIVE KNIVES to stab Americans in the back and overthrow their government.

    The USA should end all trade with the British and immediately prohibit any British nationals from entering the United States. We should expel ALL British diplomats and British nationals and begin public congressional hearings to expose the British as enemies of the American people and our constitutional government.

    The only time in British history the Brits have been our “friends” has been when they were desperate we pull their a**es out of the fire they faced from others. We overthrew British rule during our revolution. We fought them in the War of 1812, during which they burned down our original Washington D.C. presidential mansion (the White House), on August 24, 1814.

    The British today are enemies of free speech and apologists for violent and repressive Islamic Sharia Law. They do not believe in the right of self defense nor do they believe in the God-given right of citizens to keep and bear arms. They regularly ban American citizens from entry into the UK who have spoken out against the obvious tyranny, intolerance and murderous violence of Islam. They call speech with which they disagree “hate speech.” They are Leftists to the core.

    We have saved the British repeatedly and they have learned NOTHING about the importance of personal liberty.

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    • SallyStorm says:

      It was an act of War…. but look folks the USA under Obama pushed the men down… pushed them down in to poverty and worthlessness….. and now were left with a bunch of femenists women, or women who are misguided… Women who are online posting stuff about the royal weddings, etc…. like that is what it is. These women in the US are brainwashed…. Here we have the Brits interferring in our Economy… or Nation, etc… which is an act of war…. and our young Women are in Love with the Brits. May God Open their eyes to see that the Brits are not our Friends… which is why our ancestors broke away from them. That being said the Dems are practically beholden to the British… taxing us into poverty we have never seen in our lifetimes… and outsourcing our money and jobs.

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    • strateshooter says:

      Brit here..

      there is TOTAL IGNORANCE here in UK on this topic.
      I think the Gov MUST have put a news blackout on this HUGE Story.
      When all this blows , and I surely hope it does (big Trump fan) it will be a BOMBSHELL.
      People will be so shocked they simply will NOT BELIEVE IT unless arrests are made.

      P.S. we still do believe in free speech but yes we are losing our rights. Hang on to your 2A..it is the ultimate guarantor of your freedom against the Gov/Bank/Media control matrix now so OPENLY being deployed against Trump and his voters.

      As your mid-terms approach your FED is raising interest rates , @Jack is censoring , the media is blatantly biased on messaging and the Dems will TELL ANY LIE to disrupt your President (the Kavanaugh scam accusation was a horror show).
      It is effective though. I lose friends when I try to defend Trump ( he is racist etc etc etc…baloney , baloney , baloney).

      Good Luck to all. If America falls the World falls. The world needs the truth so it reset its thinking. Needs to happen soon though.

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      • SallyStorm says:

        I want to address my post…. I meant the Royals are not our friends… everyone knows normal Brits are just like Americans… just trying to survive.

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        • SteveT says:

          Another Brit here. Don’t restrict it to the Royals, your enemies are the same as ours – the British establishment. We took the first step to removing the yoke with the Brexit vote and the corrupt establishment are now trying to reverse the effect of a vote, sound familiar?
          We will see what the 29th March 2019 brings.
          We too have the problem of uncommitted conservatives and a rabid mob of labour/socialist/communist/progressives (about 50/50) as our government – supported to the hilt by the media.
          Our problem is not having a President Trump figure anywhere in sight.

          I am convinced your mid-terms will be good but everyone has to vote as your result needs to be as overwhelming as possible. I expect you to improve the situation in the House and Senate. Reading all the comments here at CTH sometimes I think I have more faith in that than many here! Stand firm and vote.

          SteveT

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Yeah, no… I refuse to leave the USA.

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  17. stablesort says:

    What I’ve learned from all of this is to never speak with the FBI; never under any circumstances can the FBI be trusted.

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    • Kaiser Derden says:

      never trust anyone who relies on hand written notes …

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      • Summer says:

        Never trust anyone, period.

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        • SallyStorm says:

          It’s amazing what 8 Years of Hook and Crook Obama does… to trustworthiness. He let the Drugs flow so deeply into our nation, and the Corruption run so rampant… and divided us so much… You really cannot Trust most people nowadays. It’s a disgrace… what he did to our country. Only an Enemy Of the USA would want what he did to us… from our own prestigious WH…. and the MSM is complicit with it.

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          • Kent says:

            Operation Cassandra…Obama let Hezbollah become a multi-billion dollar enterprise and expand even more into South America during his reign….just another example of his devious destructive path….

            https://www.politico.com/interactives/2017/obama-hezbollah-drug-trafficking-investigation/

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            • yy4u says:

              Agreed, Kent. Obama was as honest in his own way as POTUS is. Obama told us what he was up to; we just didn’t believe him. He and the Democrats said repeatedly they were uncomfortable with the USA being the only Superpower. Add in that Obama had a mad on at the USA as the inheritor of the “colonial powers”. Never mind we never had a colony in Africa. Somehow we inherited the sin of Europe.

              So Obama set out to pay “Europe” (us) back. Bankrupting the USA, destroying its economy is one way, but for added insurance, he determined to undo our “superpower” status but elevating Iran to “power”in the MD, selling out Asia to China and while the Dems complain about POTUS and Russia, it was Obama and Hillary who “reset” and Obama who told Medvedev to “tell Vladimir I’ll be more accommodating after my reelection” or words to that effect. Had he gotten Hillary elected, in ten years, there would have been four world powers with the USA probably the weakest of the four with hegemony only over North and South America.

              At least that’s my take.

              So what would the Globalists have gotten out of it? Security. With four powers, they were free to compound their wealth. Cheap labor from Central America would have slowly destroyed the American middle class, Muslim domination would have defanged the European middle class. Iran controlling the ME probably would have meant the end of Israel but my guess is the Leftists don’t much care about Israel anyway and the Globalists are only interested in protecting their own interests no matter what their religion is.

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              • SallyStorm says:

                HRC and Mostly Obama wanted to flood Europe with the migrants as well. Italy is not having anything to do with that…. and may even break away from Europe Completely…. which could be the savior of their nation and culture as we knew it. Obama’s goal was destruction… Corruption and enriching his friends… Selling out the American people so he could become a measly Millionaire…. while the Regular Americans were suffering and losing their assets and Homes.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      BYOR
      Bring Your Own Recorder

      Hey guys I understand your bosses are too cheap to buy you a recorder so I brought my own.
      I’ll send you a copy if you give me your email.

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  18. David Vicknair says:

    Nice to finally see Carter with brows furled!

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  19. PS82 says:

    I see others here who distrust Carter Page, considering him a patsy. I’ll go further and posit him an alphabet agency asset that knowingly participated in the FISA scam. This lawsuit is likely nothing more than interference, with the intent of concealing – not revealing – evidence under the color of due process, much like the Meuller probe is little more than an “ongoing investigation” behind which the guilty may hide and use as a pretext to refuse to answer questions from Congress. Glad to be wrong, but something like this is probably closer to the truth than what the Hannity’s of MSM.are telling us right now.

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  20. Pedro Morales says:

    So judge nap:
    1 Obama wants to spy on Trump and avoid paper trail
    2 Brennan contacts hannigan of the UK
    3 hannigan gets the ok from theresa may
    4 Brennan hannigan and HRC use Steele/orbis/uk and Nellie/fusion/us to run the operation
    5 Nellie and Steele communicate via ham radio to write dossier
    6 John McDead and Harry Reid feed dossier to FBI to give it legitimacy
    7 FBI is off and running. Simpson feeds it to the press
    8 we know the rest

    When Trump wins, may fires hannigan. May is on thin ice with POTUS. Australia/downer gets involved for a cover story to help out. Turnbull is on thin ice with POTUS. Turnbull resigns. Australia and UK get caught.
    Australia- gives up on refugee deal. Move embassy to Jerusalem
    UK- will cut a new trade deal with us. Back Iran policy, give up on Paris Accord
    Trump leveraging treason for geopolitics

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  21. Lactantius says:

    I have never met Carter Page, but I have known many of his type over the years and I understand his situation. Carter Page has made a substantial amount of wealth for himself and he has the connections and wherewithal to use the courts to his advantage. He is quite capable of representing himself and also avoid the dictum that the person who represents himself in court has a fool for a client. Every fat-cat law firm has been snookered and upended by more than one lone stranger (or strange loner) who ate their lunch and beat them like a drum. My money is on Carter Page.

    Most lawyers specializing in trial advocacy have the principles of a piranha. That does not mean that a principled individual is just snack food for them. Carter Page is triply dangerous because he has paddled all through the bayous and slogged across the haul overs and gotten to know the ways of the swamp while keeping his nose relatively clean. That pretty much accounts for his former slap-happy chucklehead look. He really enjoyed exploring the swamp world and making discoveries and sniffing out new mysteries.

    Carter Page has become frightfully deep sighted and his flippancy and bubble-head demeanor is gone out of him. You see that when happy-go-lucky boy scouts get their first deadly serious encounter with looking the devil in the eye. No one come out of that untouched. Alejandro, played by Benicio Del Toro, in Sicario accurately portrays that look. Everyone who becomes wise to the worst of the fates has that look when things get serious.

    Carter Page may just be the David who topples the Goliath who sets the tone of the deep swamp. The DemonizingRats will soon enough set upon Carter Page in ernest. I suspect it will only give him that much more resolve. A principled man with a firm resolve is nothing to toy with.

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