George Papadopoulos Considering Withdrawal From Mueller Plea Deal…

There’s an interesting dynamic around George Papadopoulos.  For some reason it appears he has only recently understood the scope, scale and totality of Operation “Spygate”; the corrupt enterprise within DOJ/FBI operation “Crossfire Hurricane”.

As he realizes the intentional and manufactured set-ups by John Brennan (CIA); Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok and Bill Priestap (FBI Co-Intel); along with Sally Yates, John Carlin, Mary McCord (DOJ-NSD); and the Robert Mueller crew, writ large; George Papadopoulos is now considering a withdrawal from his plea deal with Robert Mueller.

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267 Responses to George Papadopoulos Considering Withdrawal From Mueller Plea Deal…

  1. Lactantius says:

    Sometimes the “back story” is dull and meaningless. Perhaps George Papadopoulos is no more or less than a guy who got in someone’s crosshairs and then was dragged into a concoction of lies and innuendo where he was recast as a player in the world of spooks and double agents.

    Maybe George Papadopoulos was drifting toward some sort of life of contracts and intrigue and he walked into a useful idiot role and never knew what was going on.

    Maybe George Papadopoulos is a “pawn.” Not all pawns are sacrificial lambs. Sometimes one of them make it to check mate.

    George Papadopoulos has been jerked around and batted back and forth by a whole array of top dogs all of whom are out for their selected blood. At age 31, he has probably had more bad legal advice than the average small business owner gets in a lifetime. And the climbers and users and wannabes are dropping his name and making up nuanced references right and left.

    George Papadopoulos has a psychological profile which even he doesn’t know. But others do and they have manipulated him accordingly. They still are.

    In the spy vs spy world, it makes sense for George Papadopoulos to “threaten” Mueller if he is assured of having a key advantage. If George Papadopoulos came into this sordid mess as a naif, he has long since been made aware of duplicitous and self-serving nature of the players. Since he can’t unscramble the eggs, he can do the next best thing. He can shit in the omelet.

    What does it possibly matter to George Papadopoulos who gets bloodied and bruised for abusing him? He doesn’t have to be a super sleuth who has it all figured out. All he has to do is be the pawn who captures a critical player and changes the course of the entire strategy. And to every “bright guy’s” surprise, he may be that pawn.

    Carter Page and George Papadopoulos are no bigger than any one makes them out to be in this whole back and forth of shadowy intrigue. But fate often turns on such people. The too clever by half set get cocky and underestimate their exposure. People are so fixated on Carter Page as Forrest Gump that they forget how Forrest Gump prevailed. George Papadopoulos has no twin in folklore to match, so we are left trying to figure him out.

    Xerxes demanded surrender of King Leonidas and the Spartans and was told: molṑn labe – “having come, take.” The Germans demanded surrender of Bastonge in the Battle of the Bulge and General McAuliffe sent the reply: “To the German commander. Nuts! From the American commander.” Sometimes in history, men do not roll over and give up.

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    • cali says:

      @Lactanius: Great comment!

      I believe Papadopoulos overestimated his own capabilities lured by his somewhat cocky attitude. I was/is still green beyond his ears ergo not considering the motives of those luring him into their world of cut throat spy world.

      He learned his lesson now as he sits back thinking about the consequences of his involvement with these shady characters which ended him being indicted by a compromised and corrupt Mueller and team.

      I’m sure it all makes sense to him now as he goes over ever action/inaction and the rest of what happened to him.

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  2. Doug Amos says:

    Same old names, different versions of same story. Why not start at he top for a change and expedite everything? Obama!

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      It is my strongest, deepest, and most insane conspiracy theory, that the head of these Obamanazis is some guy named “Obama”.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Lactantius says:

        I will see your conspiracy theory and raise you one. The Progressives in general operate under the conceit that they are all populists who are also superior to the rest of us. Their goal is to use the Constitution as a symbol, but rule by their own gifted and enlightened understandings of the cosmos. Forget all the failed socialist states, the world has never seen such a bunch of superior minds as our Progressives embody. Just listen to them: Hillary, Bernie, the bulk of the MSM, anybody with piercings at Starbucks and Rachel and Ellen and Chris Tingles.

        But they are not a conspiracy. They are true believers who are discovering their special view of the “facts of life” as they roll along, singing their mantra and focused on the big rock candy mountain.

        Social justice warriors look at any of the many generalized forms of current “unhappiness” and they see the state as the ultimate source of therapeutic societal adjustment. Twenty years ago, we could look upon America as therapeutic society; today America resembles a humongous asylum.

        The public is overwhelmed by witch hunts against micro-aggressions, triggering, sexual harassment, and so forth. Whole universities have been transformed into controlled therapeutic environments, subjecting every aspect of life to inquisitorial control.

        Political correctness is a generalization of Freudian theory; it presumes that the waking consciousness of men and women as well as ethnic, racial, and sexual minorities consists of a minefield of traumatic memories. Public policy must prevent the triggering of these minds. Public institutions, starting with universities, must be converted into the functional equivalent of psychiatric hospitals and all communications censored to minimize trauma.

        That is the “conspiracy.” Stripped bare, it is lunacy. But it is selling like hot cakes in “blue wave” America.

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        • “Political correctness is a generalization of Freudian theory; it presumes that the waking consciousness of men and women as well as ethnic, racial, and sexual minorities consists of a minefield of traumatic memories. Public policy must prevent the triggering of these minds. Public institutions, starting with universities, must be converted into the functional equivalent of psychiatric hospitals and all communications censored to minimize trauma.”

          Brilliant insight!!!

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  3. Mike says:

    Wow! Great interview.

    George you are extremely credible, dump the plea agreement.

    My bet is Mueller & Co will drop the prosecution before they risk a trial that would put the Australian Ambassador, Halper, Mifsud, Strzok, McCabe, etc under oath.

    Then SUE THE SH*T OUT OF THEM!

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    • tunis says:

      Agree. George was extremely credible in the interview.

      When you look at people whose lives have been upended by the “full force” of the federal government’s law enforcement and intelligence agencies, it seems President Trump has an obligation to clear their names. He should declassify all the documents and communications of the conspirators in government. Clearly, Rosenstein was able to “convince” him either through inducement or threat to back off his declassification order.

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  4. recoverydotgod says:

    I would be interested to hear George P. talk more about when and why he joined the London Centre of International Law Practice (LCILP) and if the Centre suggested he apply to join a presidential campaign. Here’s a good timeline that points out variation on the timing based on different reporting:

    https://themarketswork.com/2018/06/01/a-partial-surveillance-timeline/

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