Dan Bongino Interviews George Papadopoulos to Discuss “Spygate”…

Dan Bongino has a very interesting podcast interview with George Papadopoulos. One of the important aspects of this interview is it’s the first time Papadopoulos is interviewed by someone who knows all the details to the backstory.  [Hit the orange button to play]

The “set up” is clear as day when you listen to all of these sketchy interactions being organized by western intelligence officials.

 

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393 Responses to Dan Bongino Interviews George Papadopoulos to Discuss “Spygate”…

  1. Santiago 1314 says:

    WOW.!!!… So, Papadapolous says he wasn’t Drunk with Australian Ambassador and everything is Recorded… And that Trump was correct; The Brits WERE Spying on him… Got to listen to this again, with some Spread Sheets for all the Moving parts and Characters…😎 SPYGATE Indeed.!!!

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  2. Bth says:

    What specifically were Papadopoulos’ lies he admitted to? I’m still not clear on this basic fact.

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    • Joes says:

      I think his “crime” was lying to the FBI about whether he was actually working for the Trump campaign when he first spoke to Misfud or not. It was something on the order of a feed days difference. In the context of the interview that we just heard, especially now, it really seems like a tempest in a teapot-purely a purgery trap!

      That is my recollection from past reading, anyway.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        You are essentially correct.

        Furthermore the FBI claimed PapaD’s “lie” about this date of first meeting somehow hindered their interview of Mifsud weeks later.

        Utter crap.
        Either Mifsud is a Russian agent or he’s NOT.
        WHEN Mifsud supposedly told PapaD about Russian’s having HRC emails is irrelevant to that point.

        (And of course Mifsud is NOT)

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        • Joes says:

          Yes, just a process crime with no underlying criminal offense. I heard PapaD once said that the FBI threatened to charge him with being an “agent of Israel” at one point also. But they probably would have implicated themselves (the FBI) if it went to court!

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          • Black Cracker says:

            Likely to do with the $10 000 given to him by an Israeli coordinating with the FBI to harm the Trump campaign.

            Imagine what the FBI was thinking when they tried to get Papa. to disclose Russian connections and Papa volunteered the FBI’s own secret asset, Mifsud, had acted suspiciously to him in the past. FBI right there must have been panicky.

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        • Joes says:

          Interestingly, the one thing where I think Bongino could have probed better was about exactly what the FBI’s line of questioning was when they interviewed him on each occasion

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    • Joes says:

      I think his “crime” was lying to the FBI about whether he was actually working for the Trump campaign when he first spoke to Misfud or not. It was something on the order of a feed days difference. In the context of the interview that we just heard, especially now, it really seems like a tempest in a teapot-purely a purgery trap!

      That is my recollection from past reading, anyway.

      What a farce!

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      • I won't back down says:

        Good lawyers will get his probable cause arrest tossed out along with all charges because it was all a set up. He didn’t have the 10k. Prosecutors and fbi trying to set him up panicked arrested him on NOTHING because he had not lied to them yet. They interviewed him after they arrested him. This is total b.s.

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        • Kan says:

          Your timeline is wrong.

          FBI interviews Papadopoulos for first time on Jan 27 2017.

          FBI interviews Mifsud between Feb 8 -12. We do not know exact date.

          Feb 2017- July 2017 Muller (according to Sentencing Memo) Mueller performs investigation and determines Papadopuolos lied in Jan 27 interview (mostly about dates).

          FBI arrests Papadopuols on July 27th (same day as Strzok removed from Mueller team) when returning from Greece without the $10,000 (and no warrant).

          FBI arraigns Papadopoulos in VA court – what charge are filed is unknown. He is released and put under a gag order. He may not talk to Trump people about it.

          Between July 27th and Oct 30 2017 Muller tries to force Papadopoulos to plea out to filed charges.

          Oct 30 2017 Papadopoloulos pleads to 3 counts of perjury (see the Statement of Offenses). Not sure if these are same charges filed on July 28 2017 in VA.

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    • Phil aka Felipe says:

      He admitted to lying to the LIARS.

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    • Kan says:

      3 charges.
      1) Telling the the FBI in the Jan 27th 2017 interview that in the March 14th meeting with Misfud he was not working for the Trump campaign.

      2) Telling the FBI in the Jan 27th 2017 interview, that in the meeting with “Putin’s niece” he was not working for the Trump campaign.

      In both of thee cases Mueller claims that Pappadopoulos was officially on the Trump campaign due to a verbal converstion with an unnamed Trump campaign supervisor that occurred on or about March 6th. There is no documentatry evidence that supports this, just an interview question/answer with this supervisor. Trump publicly announced Papaodopulos on March 21st to the WaPo

      3) That Papadopoulos lied to the FBI when he told them in the Jan 27th interview that Misfud was “a nothing”. Obviously, according to Mueller, Mifsud was a something because Papadopoulos met with Mifsud several more times.

      I am not making up the third one. It is now illegal in the U.S. according to Mueller’s law to talk to somebody more than once that you think is “a nothing”.

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  3. trumpsbamagirl says:

    As each piece of this operation has been exposed, I’ve been concerned that it is too complicated and convoluted for the average person to digest and ultimately realize the corruption that took place in our intelligence agencies.(Admittedly,, I am a special education teacher and, as a result, I may underestimate the critical thinking skills of the average American.)

    However, this interview summarized the key players and events into a simplified, coherent synopsis. I am grateful for Sundance, Dan Bongino and Chuck Ross for their relentless work gathering information and connecting the dots to reveal this treacherous plot to destroy DJT.

    Nevertheless, I am shocked and disappointed in the amateurish, maladroit tactics of our so-called ‘intelligence agencies’. As another poster commented, this appears more like the Naked Gun 33 1/2 parody than the sophisticated spycraft I would have expected from our government.

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    • Joshua says:

      Yes.

      Exactly.

      Soon, in time, You will ask urself how did a merry band of miscrients orchestrate this so well…

      And all without a smoking gun. I once pondered if they met somewhere prior.

      Either too smart, very lucky, just a bit too good at it, or it didn’t happen.

      It’s been troubling me for a while but I dunno if we are out gunned or wrong or what; on this issue, of course.

      Tldr: this “story” has NO adroit headline. Yet ?
      It’s a novel and its way way too long for morning coffee.

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    • George1 says:

      The experts say that the IQ of the Western World has dropped around 14 points in the last century. That is what they are advertising. It has probably dropped more. Not hard to believe when you see some of the government agencies in action.

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    • I won't back down says:

      …And the completely complicit NYT

      That to me is probably more terrifying than anything else.

      The past year+ has taught us that with the press in their pocket prosecutors are untouchable.

      If reporters knew they were printing lies or found out later and didn’t corteCT they need to 1) be expose and 2) be prosecuted for criminal conspiracy

      This is the only way to stop this and prevent it from recurring.

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    • Buck says:

      This is the result of allowing communists to operate unfettered inside our government for decades.

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    • jessetmims says:

      @ trumpsbamagirl… I think the “amateurish, maladroit tactics of our so-called ‘intelligence agencies’” in this case is due to two things… desperation to ‘get Trump’ and the belief that they would never be caught. That’s a combination that guarantees shoddy planning and follow through.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Many of these people are used to being in on the fix.
        When something is proposed, they know the outcome,
        because it’s a done deal. If you ever have the displeasure
        of being around such individuals, you’ll be astonished
        at how supremely bold they can be. They also get sloppier
        when the timeline gets moved up. The last 20 minutes or
        so of the Papadopolous interview sounds like that was what
        occurred. Downer dropped the ball, so others lied about
        what happened to cover for it.

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      • I think the “keystone cops” routine is a direct result of the intel community being forced to work backwards to create their narrative, which, of itself, is very difficult to do. It is exactly what has been happening in all aspects of this fiasco. And all because they thought Hillary was going to win. Recreating any timeline backwards is fraught with idiocy and miscalculation. Even the media, while able to distract with the “new” narrative, cannot account for everything. Which is why, upon closer inspection, the truth usually starts to erode the false narratives. #FoolsSaidIYouDoNotKnow

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    • notunderwhelmed says:

      Our Intel agencies, due to various acts that were passed to allow them to black out any testimony they deem a ‘secret ‘, are free to operate in total opposition to our constitution and the rule of law. The CIA was suppose to only have a foreign charter. Now there are thousands of spy agencies scattered throughout this country undermining our elected government and spying on who? We the people– that’s who. Covert or not, bungling and incompetent — whatever they get away with murder. They are truly above the law. Thus, they are lawless. Vote!
      We have a fighter-in-chief who needs our support. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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    • 17CatsInTN says:

      Bear in mind who was running our government: starting with Obama, Kerry, Clinton, Comey, McCabe, Holder, etc. These are not people who are the brightest bulbs in the pack. Seriously. They are all entitled, protected agitators at best. At worst they are corrupt, treasonous, lying murderers. The fact that we KNOW these things about them tells you all you need to know about their supposed cleverness. JMHO.

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    • Because Hussein placed a far greater emphasis on ideology than competence, the folks who rose to positions of power and who ultimately came to participate in this mess were not the brightest. And as often happens with people who are promoted for reasons other than competence, they became convinced that they too could become players after spending years watching the people (who must be inferior because they were not the ones promoted) that worked for them conduct these types of operations.

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  4. corkyboyd says:

    After reading bits and pieces of L’affair Papadopolous, I find this audio interview the most cohesive and complete revelation of the immoral antics of our superiors in Washington. I couldn’t turn it off. Too bad the legacy media hasn’t touched it, but they suffer from the same ethical lapses as the CIA and FBI. I hope Mueller will pay for his duplicity. Lock him up!

    Sundance, thanks for linking this up.

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    • Bill Hollinger says:

      Me too! Mueller, and all of the rest of them, including all the way up through obama.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Dan’s been particularly concentrated on the PapaD angle of all this for months now. That’s why he sounds so fabulously dialed in during this interview, asks all the right questions, and brings out all the most important nuggets.

      It’s a giant puzzle pie that sundance has baked, but Dan has certain pie slices where he has sprinkled awesome topping!

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  5. gsonFIT says:

    Bongino’s Russia-gate DNA comes from the CTH. But at this point he is doing some really good work on his own.
    I also plan to listen to the interview again, but my first take away on Papadopoulus’ comments are on the “transcripts of recordings”. Two days ago there was a post regarding Mark Meadows request to the FBI for transcripts of Papadopoulus interviews. I had always wanted to read the 302 notes on George’s interviews with FBI. This is what I thought the CTH post was about. I thought interesting, but who cares if there are recordings because the written docs will ultimately be revealed.
    But Papadopoulus implies that Mifsuds’ meetings with Papadopoulus were recorded and documented, and currently in possession of the FBI. For Meadows to know this fact it is highly likely the recordings would have been referenced in a Papadopoulus FISA warrant. George also mentions a FISA about 20 minutes into the interview. There can be no doubt of entrapment if this is true. It might have started as surveillance but became entrapment once it was continued without any culpability of spying. Also Mueller and Rosenstein would have seen, heard and read these transcripts. In so doing the Special Counsel and DOJ would know this kid George P was not guilty, and yet they still sent him to jail. They would have also let the greatest falsehood of U.S. politics fester for 18 months to 2 years among the American people

    BTW “inept’ and “incompetent” keep coming to mind in the hour I listened to the interview. And not as they apply to Dan B or George P.

    John Brennan caused all of this. HRC had to know and I would think O did too

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    • Joes says:

      YES, I definitely want to see the 302s and know about the line of questions that took place!

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    • Please says:

      These people aren’t ‘inept’ or ‘incompetent’. They are evil.

      They were creating their plan in realtime. It was impossible to have future details pre-determined, especially due to the aggressive and unpredictable Trump campaign.

      They were used to having the complete IC behind them to cover their tracks. They were used to having MSM behind them to sell any narrative to a trusting and sleeping public.

      It is not that they never thought she would lose…because they wouldn’t have needed to do this operation if her win was guaranteed.

      They did this *because* she was vulnerable to defeat and they went all-in.

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      • Please says:

        The coverup has been ongoing for two years now and the GP information is just coming to light. That should show how powerful and dangerous these people are. This op is just one of many and the tip of the iceberg of corruption.

        The Deep State has thrown everything at POTUSVSG and he has not only survived, but flourished. G-d give him strength to complete his mission

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      • P3X-639 says:

        Also worth remembering evil people tend to put dumb people under them. Competent people are either ethical and dangerous to their continued nonsense, or are evil and dangerous because they’re eager to shove a knife in their back and usurp them.

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    • intercesser says:

      Of course ( then ) Pres. Obama knew , but he knew enough to make sure that he gave himself plausible deniability , and Brennan was devious enough to slip something into the PDB that would implicate Obama while protecting himself . The presidential daily briefs will be key to proving culpability , if they can ever be revealed . The usual suspects need a fall guy , preferably a dead patsy , to take all of the blame . It will become survival of the most cunning .

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    • tucker7518 says:

      John Brennan and his War Room in the CIA Headquarters. Brennan was using all the surveillance apparatus the United States has to spy on the Trump campaign. Brennan is a traitor!

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  6. PatriotKate says:

    Other than Sundance’s research, this below is the absolute best I’ve seen on Spygate. Great video that walks you through the details of exactly what happened and who was involved.

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    • sedge2z says:

      This Spygate video lasts a little less than 1 hr. (part 1 of 2) The website “The Epoch Times”
      has a section titled “DeClassified” where this video is found. The website’s description of “Declassified”…..”Declassified is a new channel from The Epoch Times focused on unseen wars, unconventional weapons, political analysis, and related topics. Join hosts Joshua Philipp and Gina Shakespeare as they speak with some of the leading experts in the field about security issues that are often little known, but that affects all of us.

      Topics Declassified will cover are subversion, psychological warfare, space warfare, crime, espionage, terrorism, ideology, unconventional weapons, military, law enforcement, patriotism and traditional values.

      Mission: Chasing the truth, grounding all statements in facts, preventing people from being misinformed and misled — The Epoch Times is a return to traditional and authentic journalism.”

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    • kevin king says:

      I am hoping the Republicans hold the House and Trump goes after the UK government. They need to be exposed and delegitimised. Trump needs to realise the real threat posed by the UK government. It has been infiltrated by pro-Islamic elements and poses a real and present threat to the US. He has to take tough action. I’m a Brit, but I recognise a rogue government when I see one and it is legitimate in the eyes of millions of us. In fact I’m buying property in Hungary because I believe the UK will become an Islamic state within 30 years.

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  7. gsonFIT says:

    Corkyboyd I like your comments. Just happened upon them as I was reviewing my own post, and I feel the same way. Especially about SD. But I respectfully suggest the “immoral antics” do not come from our “superiors”. They come from a bunch of low life losers that don’t care one bit about any of us.

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  8. Please says:

    GP’s adventure will make a great movie…

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  9. TomA says:

    As revealing as this interview is, it still does not even remotely encompass the full extent of felony criminality that was perpetrated by numerous high level DOJ/FBI/CIA officials in the Obama Administration. There is much worse that will come out if the current coverup operation is thwarted. Spygate is not a one-off criminal event by a few rogue bad guys in government service. Rather, it is the tip of the iceberg, and will hopefully expose an extensive criminal enterprise of breathtaking scope and illegality. And it is the magnitude of these crimes that represents the greatest threat to the exercise of justice. There are so many powerful men and women who could be convicted of serious felony criminal acts (and would consequently be imprisoned) that the DC power brokers cannot let that happen. This is because those convicted would then turn on and expose others not involved in Spygate, but guilty of ancillary crimes (e.g. Uranium One and others). Sessions is now the point man for the Swamp Coverup Operation. His mission is to bury the Spygate criminal episode with minimum hardship for the key culprits, and then whitewash the whole thing with a phony remedy that includes token censure and toothless rule changes. He will live in infamy for this betrayal.

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    • intercesser says:

      Maybe , but not necessarily . Sessions may have been victimized by illegal surveillance himself , in which case he will be as determined as Pres. Trump to get to the bottom of everything . He will demand justice for himself . Think of the example of ( now ) Supreme Court Justice Bret Kavanaugh .

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  10. I won't back down says:

    Wouldn’t the gvt be stupid to not be monitoring every foreign business person and their associates whether they are u.s. citizens or not via FISA?? All the time?

    What am I missing here?

    It makes total sense to me that there was a fisa on both papa d and cater page

    The “bad” is whatever they did with it afterwards (to target others affiliated w Trump and/or trump himself) and the keystone-cops type attempts to set up papa d that he describes in the interview. Somehow (miraculously) he was able to run the gauntlet and not get entrapped but I kept wondering that if all these efforts were being tried by the “good guys” of western intel what are the “better”/trickier tactics employed by the bad guys?

    And in both repects I would imagine they were trying “tried and true” methods to entrap papa d (and I assume Carter page)
    . . . We only are reading (hearing) about one set of “failures” – the chill is that they were doing this to a seemingly innocent guy – banking on it to work.

    Who else did they “snag” / compromise?? … that we don’t know about yet?
    Yuck!!

    Not happy to hear ex Israeli intel folks in this interview. Sounds like they were maybe allied with the turks. That would explain a lot (maybe even some of the kashogghi stuff).

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    • Santiago 1314 says:

      It’s Unconstitutional to Spy on an American, without a Warrant…So, No…US Govt should NOT be Spying on US Businessman… Getting a FISA is supposed to be on Foriegners… AMERICANS who are caught up, can be Drawn in… Them Illegally Unmasked, Like Flynn

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  11. G3 says:

    At around 20:00 mark George mentions Judge Napolitano. It was when Judge Nap mentions Hillary’s emails and then Fox yank him off air for a few days. Judge Napolitano has been a “Changed Man” ever since.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Specifically, and IIRC, The Judge referred to “reverse targeting” as a means of spying without spying, if you know what I mean, wink wink. Theresa May did not like that, not one little bit. She told Trump that the U.K. would nnneevvveeeerrrr spy on any Americans, let alone a Presidential Candidate. So let’s just say this never happened, mmkay? Meanwhile the Brits get Murdoch on the horn, demand an end to this “nonsense talk”, and The Judge ends up on Double Secret Probation. Seems he’s hardly on Fox anymore, compared to previously.

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  12. joeknuckles says:

    We are clearly going to have to find a new name for the “Intelligence Community”.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Have to say: really not impressed. Scary, actually. Imagine if we had to find… I don’t know… warheads in North Korea or something.

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    • P3X-639 says:

      More evidence to the saying: The actual work of a well established bureaucracy is the exact opposite of their stated claim or mission.

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  13. Kan says:

    The one question I was really hoping was asked is whether Papadopoulos thought the FBI knew about Mifsud during the interview on Jan 27th, or if he sensed they already knew of him. This is central for 2 reasons:

    1) Mueller claims his not naming Mifsud immediately hampered the investigation in the sentencing memo.

    2) If Mifsud involvement was truly unknown to FBI at this time, it points all fingers at CIA driving the push, then Brennan getting the FBI to perform the pull.

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  14. Mike says:

    This is a MUST listen too interview, thanks SD.

    George,

    I am not a lawyer but I am retired LE.

    I do not see how Mueller could convict you without putting, Halper, Downer, Mifsud, etc on the stand. I believe they are all spy/operatives/informants. I doubt Mueller would risk putting them under oath in an open court where they would be cross examined by your lawyers. Your team could also demand what ever recording, or documents the government has that support their case.

    I believe Mueller would drop the charges before exposing his “informants” to cross examination.

    You have to make your own decisions for you and your family but I hope you FIGHT THESE CROOKS. I would LOVE to see them under oath!

    Either way you are a patriot. God bless you.

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    • corkyboyd says:

      Likely Papa’s $10,000 frame up was Mueller’s insurance policy to avoid having to use Halper, Downer and Misfud,etc in case there were a trial. That is still an option for Papa if he wants its. I wish he would, but I’m not putting my neck out. .

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  15. I hope the President gets rid of Sessions, Rosenstein, Mueller and Wray before they drop charges, bury evidence, give immunity and whatever else they can do to protect the Swamp. I feel it coming.

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    • notunderwhelmed says:

      I don’t see any evidence revealed that is deemed “secret” in any way, shape, or form. All of these agencies who operate in secrecy, with their myriad of secrecy oaths, protect their swampy members. It frustrates the hell out of me. It will be dismissed as a conspiracy. Read or YouTube Kevin Shipp and other former CIA officers’ accounts of trying to blow the whistle on the smorgasbord of Intel corruption and abuse. 😱

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  16. notunderwhelmed says:

    Speaking of Spygate….
    Ex CIA ghoul, Brennan, who is a direct mouthpiece for the CIA PAC — AKA— CNN — is endorsing Beto in Texas.

    They aren’t even attempting to obscure their slimy swamp tentacles that connect shadow government with the deep state. CIA, CNN, Congressional races, and so it goes on and on. Vote as if your life depended on it. It does. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  17. teeheeman says:

    This interview defines the phrase “You can’t make this stuff up.” Wow. This is deep state squared. Hope they can keep digging after the mid-terms. I’ve gotten to like Poppy – good sense of humor and very level headed given the circumstances.

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  18. tdaly14 says:

    It was so nice that he was allowed an hour to tell his story. Listened to it twice. Not a lawyer, but seems to me he has a yuge lawsuit against several people and countries.

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  19. Doug says:

    Gotta admit, I’m depressed. I listened to this interview, as I have listened to all of Dan’s podcast inclusive of #628 where Dan layed out the scam. I have also been lurking here at CTH for quite sometime before finally deciding to join and post.
    The gravity of what is being revealed in this case, combined with what is happening in our political world today makes me sanguine about the future of this Constitutional Republic and the fundmental principles underlying our Civil Society.
    George laid out a scenario, which if true, undermines the credibilty of EVERYONE at the top levels of government from the past, and even some of the current administration. Make no mistake, there are still rats in the attic.

    One single facts rang out louder than all others. Why and how would OUR intel community have transcripts or recordings of PapaD talking to Mifsud??? If Mifsud was a spy for Russia, he would NEVER turn those over. Conversly, if we was not a spy working for Russia, the whole collusion narrative falls apart and our FBI KNEW IT.

    F these people.

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    • P3X-639 says:

      I think you meant melancholic instead of sanguine. I’ve also been having a creeping dread that this country has already crossed the point of no return.

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  20. Mongo Mere Pawn says:

    The recordings by Milfsud should have been turned over to Papa’s attorneys in response to a Brady request, which requires the prosecutor to disclose all exculpatory evidence. If they made such a request, either Mueller produced them and Papa inexplicably knows nothing about them, or Mueller represented that such recordings did not exist.

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    • P3X-639 says:

      Mueller will just crow muh national security and muh sources and methods. Most judges are lame enough to accept it too.

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      • Mike says:

        If he does the charges WILL BE DROPPED. Mueller HAS to prove his charge beyond reasonable doubt and he can’t. This was a set up.

        Mueller can’t use hearsay. These “persons” would have to testify in open court.

        A female Chinese spy who was a double agent got her charges reduced to a wrist slap because she was screwing her FBI handler, and his supervisor, while a double agent for the Chicons for 20 years. Her lawyers requested discovery material that included secret materials. They reduced the charges to avoid exposing secret info, not to mention embarrassingly incompetent FBI behavior. If memory serves neither of the FBI were fired either.

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  21. CNN_sucks says:

    Watching OAN with PapaD interview.

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  22. reeko says:

    IF the 2018 Midterm Red Tidal Wave happens, and it awakens those inside the DOJ who are “just doing their job” then, there are some folks who will be paying a price – soon.

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  23. covfefe999 says:

    So Halper hired a hooker to prey on Papadopoulos. Halper gets paid big bucks to do this kind of sh*t. It’s really amazing. I’m beginning to think people in the intelligence agencies are mentally ill.

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  24. jeans2nd says:

    Listened 3x. Learned something each time.
    This all started for us with Carter Page iirc, so very long ago. Had a word then to look at Israel, and all (my) research pointed to Israel. No one interested in the Israel angle, so it was dropped. P-dop confirmed the Israel part, but it was P-dop involved, not Carter Page.

    Going back to the 2006 Wikileaks cable from your 31 Oct 2018 post, “Interesting Tweets From Representative Mark Meadows and FBI Target George Papadopoulos,” the involvement of Tawil and the CIA in 2006 would be Michael Hayden. Hence, Hayden has a part in this as well. putz
    SAIC

    Funny how all the top guys involved in this that cannot now be fired have been threatened to have their security clearances revoked, including Hayden.. This would indicate POTUS knows. POTUS knows all of this. imo

    Back to P-dop – this all leaves the impression that initially there were two routes being taken for different purposes, which converged the closer it was to the 2016 election.
    Dec 2015 Clinton/Podesta had decided to go the Putin/Russia route to take out Donald Trump.
    Ongoing was Obama/Brennan’s CIA op targeting Israel to benefit Iran and damage Bibi N.
    Brennan became part of the Clinton-Putin/Russia op, as Clinton was guarnteed to be the next President. Brennan merged the two ops into Muh Russia.

    Listening to P-dop explain his part leaves one with the impression of a Keystone Cops Caper.
    Shirley no one can be this stupid, and yet here we are.
    Putin must be laughing his arse off.

    The really sad thing is that Corrupt Congressional Swamp Creatures will agree to make a deal to remain silent on the corruption glaringly obvious in every piece of this. The American people will never be told the truth. You know it as well as I.
    Most, if not all, your research and conclusions have now been validated by the source himself.
    Well done, and thank you.

    Back to Carter Page – did you know Carter Page never testified to a grand jury for his part in the original 2015 SDNY Russian spy case? Page interviewed with Larry O’Conner a couple three months back, and O’Conner was the first – and only afaik – to actually ask Page about grand jury tesimony. Page replied no, he, Page, had never testified to a grand jury.

    One is left with the impression that Carter Page, for all his schooling and attempts at being worldly, is still a very naive young man. P-dop seems to be the one who has the inside knowledge, and Carter Page was very badly used. Either that or Page is as great an actor as one of the Barrymores.
    Wonder who Bongino’s nameless guy is who was “read-in” and giving Bongino leads to follow and questions to ask? 😉

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Listened to an interview with former CIA Agent and Whistleblower (Bush’s torture programs) John Kiriaku today. John K was Senior Congressional Researcher for then-Senator Jon Kerry on the Senate Foreign Relations Cmte. John K described an FBI sting run on Kiriaku himself by Peter Strzock.

      John K was approached by a “Japanese diplomat” who invited John K to lunch, a not-uncommon occurrence for one in John K’s position. The “Japanese diplomat” spoke no English so they communicated in Arabic. After a few mtgs the “Japanese diplomat” offered John K cash to work for the “Japanese diplomat.”
      Make a long story short – the “Japanese diplomat” was an FBI op, employed to trap John K into a treasonous act. John K was already a whistleblower and on the CIA’s radar. Recall Brennan’s spying on the Senate Cmte investigating torture programs at this time.

      Anyway, John K’s entrapment sounds identical to D-pop’s “Putin Niece” entrapment.
      John Solomon had an excellent piece out today on two declassified docs on the CIA spying on the Senate. https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/414737-falsehood-shames-clapper-brennan-and-pledge-to-protect-whistleblowers

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  25. SD, the interview was fascinating, and like others, I plan to listen again. Understanding Spy-gate is like trying to assess a large diamond–each player, whether Papadopoulos, Page, Strzok/Page, the Ohrs, McCabe, Brennan, Simpson, etc, represents a facet which forms the whole. It almost requires a three-dimensional timeline to fully grasp what happened.

    Some new facts emerged for me in the interview, particularly some of the bit players that are named by Papadopoulos:
    1) Arvinder Sambei–“legal counsel fo the FBI in London”. Heck my first reaction is WHY does the FBI need legal counsel abroad?! Ms. Sambei has helped in prior extradition cases for bad guys nabbed in the U.K. Interestingly, she is a director at LCILP, along with Mifsud. This is the group they used to lure Papa-d

    2)Tobias Elwood who was one of the Brits interested in Papa-D. This guy is the Under Secretary of the Ministry of Defense in UK! Not a bit player

    3) Papadopoulos confirms that there was a spy in the Trump campaign and implies that this person was a source for Simpson, AND that Congress knows who this person is. And he intimates that there might have been a second spy in the Trump campaign!

    One of the reasons that the story is complex to unravel is that there appear to be multiple schemes that were hatched against both the campaign and the (unlikely in their eyes) Trump presidency. It would not be surprising if there are yet more dirty tricks that we’ve not yet learned of.

    Thank good ness for diligent people that have not faltered in researching and investigating this treasonous travesty. TY SD!

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