One witness may blow the lid off the Deep State’s plot against Trump
Deep State agents know they have a problem on their hands.
They spent two years covering up a carefully crafted plan to destroy Donald Trump.
Now one witness is threatening to blow the lid off this plan and help bring them to justice.
Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos was sentenced to 14 days in prison for lying to the FBI about when he spoke to professor Joseph Mifsud.
Mifsud told him the Russians had dirt on Hillary Clinton in the form of her emails.
An Australian diplomat – who is connected to the Clinton Foundation – claims Papadopoulos told him about this conversation over drinks in London.
He reported it to the FBI and that was supposedly the beginning of the FBI’s investigation into so-called Russian collusion.
Now Papadopoulos is fighting back.
He is offering to testify to Congress about the suspicious number of people connected to U.S. intelligence who entered his life in 2016.
Hons: @SenatorBurr and @MarkWarner if my lawyers are fine with me testifying, I am more than happy to discuss my suspicious encounters with Alexander Downer; US officials who were reaching out to me around that time, Stefan Halper, "Putin's niece" and of course Joseph Mifsud.
— George Papadopoulos (@GeorgePapa19) September 12, 2018
Hons: @SenatorBurr and @MarkWarner if I do testify, I think it's also important for me to detail my interactions with US intelligence officials from US Embassy, London. Gregory Baker and Terrence Dudley. Both wanted to ingratiate themselves in campaign via myself.
— George Papadopoulos (@GeorgePapa19) September 13, 2018
Many Trump supporters suspect he was set up.
Mifsud has no known connections to the Russians.
In fact, there is evidence the only intelligence service he is linked to is Italy’s.
Trump supporters believe Mifsud, the Australian diplomat and FBI spy Stefan Halper all met with Papadopoulos to frame the campaign for colluding with the Russians so the FBI could spy on Trump and his campaign.