Papadopoulos says game-changing Mifsud phones are about to link his case and Mike Flynn’s to treason

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President Donald Trump’s former 2016 campaign adviser George Papadopoulos is confident that the latest findings regarding the FBI operation that triggered the whole Russia collusion delusion narrative are surefire proof of “treason.”

Unearthed earlier this week, the findings are specifically that Maltese professor Joseph Mifsud wasn’t a Russian agent — he was allegedly a “western intelligence” asset who was purposefully used by the Obama administration in 2016 to target both Papadopoulos and then-fellow Trump campaign adviser retired Gen. Michael Flynn.

Asked by Fox News host Laura Ingraham late Friday to summarize these findings, Papadopoulos immediately spoke of “treason from within.”

Listen:


(Source: Fox News)

“Basically how I would summarize this, the grand statesman under Rome, Cicero, you know what he said? He said a nation can survive the ambitious and the fools, but it can’t survive the treason from within,” he boldly stated.

What I think happened in 2016 and all of the events surrounding the 2016 campaign and the spying that took place on me and Michael Flynn and others was tantamount to treason.”

It was part of a “deep state” plot by “an intelligence agency with an ax to grind” against first GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and now President Donald Trump.

“This is not going to stop,” he added. “I predicted that Joseph Mifsud, that individual who now both of his Blackberries are now in the hands of the DOJ, was a Western intelligence agent. I wrote about it in my book exactly how I came in contact with this person who introduced me to him and what he wanted.”

“Something I did not know and actually something that surprised me very much is that Joseph Mifsud was also spying on Michael Flynn just two months before he started his encounters with me.”

The latter claim is based on this week’s findings. On Monday, Flynn’s attorney filed a court motion alleging that the Department of Justice has discovered two BlackBerry phones owned by Mifsud, and that the contents of the phone prove that the Obama administration had begun spying on his client as early as 2014.

“The information allegedly contained in Mifsud’s two Blackberry devices, [Flynn’s attorney] claims, is ‘material, exculpatory, and relevant to the defense’ of Flynn and would shed light on ‘agents that western intelligence tasked against [Flynn] likely as early as 2014 to arrange — unbeknownst to him — “connections’ with certain Russians that they would then use against him in their false claims,”‘” the Washington Examiner reported.

The same thing allegedly happened to Papadopoulos.

“I joined the Donald Trump campaign in March of 2016,” he continued on Friday. “Before even The Washington Post or the American media knew that I was joining this campaign, I had Joseph Mifsud and other intelligence agencies knowing all about me, what I was doing and what Donald Trump’s campaign was all about.”

“So the notion that this investigation, Crossfire Hurricane, started spontaneously on July 31st, 2016 is absurd. It’s completely absurd.”

He then spoke of the DOJ’s ongoing investigation into the origins of the Russia probe.

Following the conclusion of former special counsel Robert Mueller’s unfruitful probe into alleged Russian collusion — or what’s known now as the collusion delusion conspiracy theory — last spring, Attorney General Bill Barr launched an investigation to determine the “predicate” of the probe.

“[T]he question is whether it was predicated — adequately predicated,” he testified to Congress at the time in defense of the investigation. ” I’m not suggesting it wasn’t adequately predicated, but I need to explore that. I think it’s my obligation. Congress is usually very concerned about intelligence agencies and law enforcement agencies staying in their proper lane.”

Listen:

Papadopoulos believes this ongoing investigation, which is being led by U.S. Attorney John Durham, is going to wind up exposing a true conspiracy — one that he suspects extends beyond the Obama administration and encompasses the whole globe.

“People forget that … the reason I’m being sued apparently now by the Italian prime minister is because the guy in 2016 — the socialist prime minister and David Cameron in 2016 and Morrison or whoever the leader was in Australia in 2016 —  these people detested Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ platform. While ‘America First’ might have been music to the ears of Americans, it was vitriol to the globalist agenda.”

Officials in Italy, the U.K., and Australia all reportedly assisted the Obama administration in its “investigation” of Papadopoulos.

Ingraham concurred with his analysis.

“[Trump] represented an existential threat to the global world. They wanted to keep this whole racket going with globalism. And Trump was the skunk at that globalist picnic,” she said.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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