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[Exclusive] Smoking Gun on Papadopoulos, set up by the Obama admin for fake Russia Probe



Tuesday, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-California) referred 10 administration officials from the President Barack Obama’s reign to testify to the House Judiciary and Oversight Committee. Some of them with ties to the London Embassy and State Department.

“We are looking at the State Department now. We do not understand how this investigation was open. We know the Obama administration knows. We know many people in the State Department were busy digging up dirt on Trump,” said Nunes.

SET UP- How it started

The FBI begins the Russia probe with a meeting between George Papadopoulos and Alex Downer.

“Papadopoulos was reportedly told by a Maltese professor named Joseph Mifsud that Russia had dirt on Hillary Clinton in the form of emails. Downer requested a meeting with Papadopoulos weeks afterward. Papadopoulos reportedly told Downer in May 2016 that he was told Russia had dirt on Clinton but did not specify emails.”

“The conversation was reportedly passed on from Downer to Amb. Joe Hockey, who is Australia’s ambassador to the United States. Hockey reportedly passed on the conversation to the U.S. after the emails were released on July 22, 2016.”

“Normally, intelligence passed on from a member of the “Five Eyes” alliance — Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the U.K., and the U.S. — to another member comes through an official channel for intelligence sharing.
However, Nunes, upon reviewing the document that formally launched the FBI’s investigation, said there was no intelligence shared through that official channel, meaning that the intelligence was shared through unofficial means,” Breitbart News reported.

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Papadopoulos and the Australians:

According to The Hill, “The Australian diplomat whose tip in 2016 prompted the Russia-Trump investigation previously arranged one of the largest foreign donations to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s charitable efforts, documents show.

Former Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer’s role in securing $25 million in aid from his country to help the Clinton Foundation fight AIDS is chronicled in decade-old government memos archived on the Australian foreign ministry’s website.

Downer and former President Clinton jointly signed a Memorandum of Understanding in February 2006 that spread out the grant money over four years for a project to provide screening and drug treatment to AIDS patients in Asia.”

Downer, now Australia’s ambassador to London, provided the account of a conversation with Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos at a London bar in 2016 that became the official reason the FBI opened the Russia counterintelligence probe,”The Hill Reported.

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David Wallace, Maryland businessman and former Congressional candidate told Populist Wire that George Popadoplus was a nice kid.

“He was is just a nice guy. Last time I saw him, was in London and he told me he was going to get to meet the President,” Wallace said.

“I knew him from the energy seminar circuit. He was a very curious student of energy. He had been very enthusiastic about learning. I am sad to see this happen to him with Mueller,” said Wallace.

Papadopoulos, a one-time foreign policy advisor, pled guilty to making false statements and omissions to the FBI.

Statement of the Offense Here

“George was making a name for himself in the energy groups as an expert on how energy played a role in geopolitics. He had been concentrating on Russia, and he considered them to be dastardly players,” Wallace said.

Wallace told Populist Wire that Papadopoulos was part of a panel put together by Manafort to advise Trump, but he was never paid.

“Honestly, I think he was set up,” said Wallace.

“George had his paper posted on, on the Strait of Hormuz that was influential. This must be how the Russians found out about his work,” Wallace Said.

Listed on his Linkedin Page are numerous research papers: Here

Wallace told Populist Wire that Papadopoulos was a volunteer and a patriot. “George felt that Russia is the single source of control in his region, that Russia had invaded Georgia, and that Putin is bad. He especially felt that was bad for free markets. George is just an easy going nice guy. He would not do something treasonous or sell out our country.  I believe he is being used,” said Wallace.


David Benowitz, a White Collar Defense Attorney spoke with Populist Wire.  “I am looking at arraignment,” he said.

“Remember that the FBI asked George to have a voluntary interview.  They already had data on him at that time, and they knew what they were looking for at the time of the interview,” Benowitz said.

“Typically, with a standard plea agreement, you waive you FOIA rights, your right to appeal, because many times when they go to jail they try to overturn the sentence,” Benowitz told Populist Wire.

“So you give up a lot of rights with pleading guilty, but he didn’t completely waive his right- it is only for the length of the special counsel,” said Benowitz.

“What is meaningful to me to me here is why did FBI invite him to a voluntary interview when he was setting himself up.  So to me it seems like the FBI was framing him,” said Benowitz.

“Why were they following his emails? Why did they have a warrant? They say it was a Result of searches, searches for what?  Can they monitor people? No, they would have needed a warrant,” said Benowitz.

“Why would they have a warrant? Before the special counsel, there were investigations on Manafort, so that George came up is not surprising to me.  Investigating him, with ties to Manafort,” he said.

“Most likely they would have contacted him, and sent him a target letter- told him to get a lawyer and come in and talk , with some protection, sometimes called a queen for a day- gives you limited protection and you can co-operative with government- before meeting know if he is going to be cooperative or not,” said Benowitz, but we could find no proof of that.


According to the New York Times, “Downer sat down for an interview with two FBI agents in London in 2016 to discuss potential Russian meddling in the US presidential election, a sensational report alleges.

The revelation the Australian government broke with diplomatic protocol and allowed Mr Downer, then Australia’s high commissioner to the United Kingdom, to be interviewed by the FBI could damage Australia’s recently repaired relationship with US President Donald Trump.”


The FBI codenamed their probe into Russia Interference “Crossfire Hurricane”, a reference to lyrics in a Rolling Stones song.

Crossfire Hurricane began exactly 100 days before the November 8, 2016 presidential election won by President Donald J. Trump.

How many other Austrailian ministers have been debriefed in the history of the FBI? There was no investigation at the time of the meeting. What was he being deposed about?  There was no Russian investigation when the two met.

Vox reported,”Papadopoulos, who served as a foreign policy adviser to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, told Australian diplomat Alexander Downer that Russia had political dirt on Trump’s Democratic rival, Clinton, after a night of heavy drinking in May 2016.”



According to this interview of Papadopoulos 2016:

Papadopoulos said in 2016, “Trump has been open about his willingness to usher in a new chapter in U.S.-Russia ties. However, this depends on Russia acting as a responsible stakeholder in the international system. U.S.-Russian relations have reached a nadir under the Obama administration and the Clinton led state department when she was in office.

Based on the low level of trust between both countries currently, and a military conflict seemingly on the horizon over the Baltics, Ukraine and even in Syria, it is in the interest of the U.S, NATO and Russia to de-escalate hostilities immediately and work together towards combating common threats. This threat is principally Islamism and its violent expression, jihadism that has reverberated throughout North Africa and the Middle East post Arab Spring”.

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Place Term Limits On Legislative Branch




The founding fathers did not intend for our elected officials to make careers out of public office. We have term limits for our President and for good reason; we should apply those same principles to the Legislative Branch. There are politicians that have been in office longer than Ive been alive.

Congressman Rod Blum established the first ever Term Limits Caucus in Congress and the support from other members to bring a vote to the floor to term limit themselves is disgracefully unpopular. If members aren’t willing to stand up next to Congressman Blum and put an end to Congressional jobs for life, we ought to vote them out.

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Most transparent thing a President has done



Friday, on the Tucker Carlson show a Judicial Advisor to President Donald J. Trump,  referred to the list of judges being considered for appointment, on Wikipedia, in a discussion with Carlson on who Trump will choose as the next US Supreme Court Justice.

“Giving the public the list of Judges he is considering for appointment is the most transparent thing we have seen a president do,” said Leonard Leo, executive vice president of the Federalist Society.



“The court these days makes so many important decisions that affect American life. It ought to be an important part of the political process. People ought to think seriously about who they want on the court. And I do suspect it will have some impact in the Senate election process,” Leo said.

About the vacancy left by the retirement of Anthony Kennedy, Leo said: “If the president nominates someone extraordinary like Neil Gorsuch again, I think it’s very hard to stop that kind of a nomination. The American people were widely supportive of Neil Gorsuch and Justice Gorsuch had bipartisan support in the Senate.”


“This is a big deal”, Leo said. The President had huge success with Neil Gorsuch, and he will make another nomination like that again.”


“We should not have to wait. The American people knew who he was going to nominate because he gave them a list,” Leo said.

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Sony Picture star, Peter Fonda, of Boundaries has none and threatened Barron Trump, a Federal Crime



Wednesday, Sony Picture star of Boundaries, posted on Twitter something so bombastic and cruel that it forced First Lady, Melania Trump to call Secret Service in fear for her son, Barron Trump.

“We should rip Barron Trump from his Mother’s Arms and put him in a cage with Pedophiles,” said Resistance Activist and Actor, Peter H. Fonda.


It is a crime to threaten the son of the President of the United States according to  Section 115(a)(1) of Title 18 :

Section 115(a)(1) of Title 18 makes it a Federal crime to assault, kidnap, or murder a family member of certain Federal officials. It also covers attempts to kidnap or murder and threats to assault, kidnap or murder such family members. Such violent acts must be done “with the intent to impede, intimidate, or interfere with” such Federal official “while engaged in the performance of official duties, or with intent to retaliate against” such Federal official.

When § 115 was enacted in 1984, the Senate Judiciary Committee Report stated that it was not the intent of this provision to make Federal jurisdiction over the enumerated crimes exclusive, but to reflect the Federal interest in responding to terrorists and other criminals who would seek to influence the making of Federal policies and interfere with the administration of justice by attacking close relatives of those entrusted with those tasks. See S. Rep. No. 225, 98th Cong., 1st Sess. p. 320, reprinted in 1984 U.S. Code Cong. and Adm. News 3496. In many instances, a crime against a family member of a Federal official, even if prompted by a defendant’s opposition to policies implemented by the official, can be adequately handled by State and local authorities without Federal involvement.

In 1988, section 115 was also made applicable to those who assault, kidnap, murder or attempt to kidnap or murder family members of certain former Federal officials. See § 115(a)(2).

Section 115(a)(1)(B) of Title 18 covers threats against Federal officials or their family members when such threat is done “with intent to impede, intimidate, or interfere with” such Federal official “while engaged in the performance of official duties, or with intent to retaliate against” such Federal official. See United States v. Raymer, 685 F. Supp. 1358 (S.D. Miss. 1988), aff’d, 876 F.2d 383 (5th Cir.), cert. denied, 493 U.S. 870 (1989).

The purpose of these provisions is to provide comprehensive protection against attempts to impede, intimidate, or interfere with certain Federal officials’ performance of their duties by the commission of crimes against members of the officials’ immediate families or by threats to assault, murder, or kidnap the officials themselves. In cases of threats, the only intent requirement is that the government prove the defendant intentionally or knowingly communicates the threat, not that he/she intended or was able to carry out the threat. See United States v. Orozco-Santillan, 903 F.2d 1262 (9th Cir. 1990).





Around 1:30 p.m., Fonda deleted the tweets, issued an apology for the tweet but left other violent tweets up.

His attempt to apologize:


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