FBI Knew There Was No Russia Collusion Two Years Before Mueller’s Report

No one who participated in the Russian collusion coup attempt against President Donald Trump has gone to jail. The worst consequence that any of them have faced is that James Comey is not collecting a taxpayer-funded retirement package.

Not that he needed it. Comey is personally wealthy due to all the weapons contracts he negotiated on behalf of Lockheed Martin with the Hillary Clinton-run State Department (as Lockheed Martin was also donating to the Clinton Foundation).

Here’s another disgusting fact about James Comey. According to the slow trickle of documents coming out in the Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn case, Comey knew the entire time that Russian collusion was a hoax. There were never any Russians to begin with, and Gen. Mike Flynn was set up and framed – just as Roger Stone, George Papadopoulos and others were set up and framed.

Lt. Gen. Flynn’s lawyers have been asking for discovery documents from the FBI for well over two-and-a-half years now. Even with the Russian collusion hoax concluded and with Attorney General Bill Barr supposedly running the Department of Justice, they can’t get the full, unredacted documents they’ve been requesting.

What Flynn’s legal team does know thanks to a trickle of releases is that the FBI’s case against Lt. Gen. Flynn – and therefore the entire Russian collusion conspiracy – had been completely debunked before President Trump was sworn into office on Jan. 20, 2017.

James Comey and his team of collusion kooks knew all of the following before Trump became president:

  • Christopher Steele’s entire potty dossier had been completely debunked; it was all fraudulent BS
  • Carter Page and George Papadopoulos had made exculpatory statements to undercover FBI sources
  • Gen. Flynn was not engaged with any collusion with any Russians; in fact, he was regularly debriefing the Defense Intelligence Agency about any and all contacts he had with the Russian ambassador

 

Before Donald Trump was sworn in as president, FBI agents flew to Ukraine and interviewed Christopher Steele’s primary sub-source for the dossier. That individual revealed that all of his claims were drunken bar jokes that he told Steele after he had swilled too much vodka. The FBI knew that Steele’s dossier was fake from that alone, but there was even more evidence!

The British government alerted the US that it was disavowing all of Steele’s work on the dossier. All of it. His former spook employers with British intelligence told the FBI: Don’t trust this guy, he’s a loser, and nothing that he says, or writes, can be taken as truthful.

Here’s where the story gets truly crazy. The British government sent that communique directly to Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn as Trump’s acting national security advisor – but Flynn never received it. Instead, it somehow ended up in the hands of the FBI and it was withheld from Flynn’s current legal team for more than two years. Obama’s national security advisor Susan Rice had a copy of it. Even Robert Mueller’s team saw that communique from the British government before Flynn’s legal team did.

And even with all that information, James Comey, Rod Rosenstein, Sally Yates and the rest of Team Collusion signed off on an additional three FISA warrant applications against Carter Page. The Papadopoulos and Page exculpatory statements were deliberately excluded from the FISA warrant applications.

Despite being completely and totally exonerated by the FBI and the Mueller Dossier, Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn is still facing prison time on a charge of lying to the FBI. But did he? How are we supposed to have any confidence in that claim by this point?

The original “302” notes in the Flynn case – the notes from when Comey sent FBI agents inside the White House to attempt to entrap Flynn – were “lost” by the FBI. The revised 302 was written by either Lisa Page or Peter Strzok, and we know that those two lovebirds were not present when Flynn was originally questioned by the FBI.

Here’s another possibility: Did Flynn simply omit something truthful from the FBI agents because it was classified and none of their business? After all, he was being completely open and candid with the DIA about his Russian contacts.

The whole thing smells, and the stench is not going away. The judge refuses to drop the case against Mike Flynn after all this time and all this exculpatory evidence. Mike Flynn deserves a pardon. And James Comey deserves the opposite of a pardon.


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