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A Spy in the House of Trump – Original

Posted by M. C. Fox on May 21, 2018

The British, in particular, have never hesitated to interfere in our domestic politics if they thought their own interests would be advanced: it happened in the run up to both world wars, and it is happening today. If we trace the origins of the Russia-gate hoax, and the campaign to dethrone Donald J. Trump, all roads lead to London.

That road is maintained by the CIA and FIB.


The identification of a spy implanted in Donald Trump’s presidential campaign by a murky cabal of spooks, both foreign and domestic, has given us a whole new perspective on the Russia-gate hoax. We know the FBI had a source within Trump’s organization because Fusion-GPS chief executive Glenn Simpson testified before Congress on August 22, 2017 to that effect. We also know due to a New York Times story that tries mightily to justify it.

The outing of Stefan Halper, a veteran of three Republican administrations – and no amateur at spying on presidential campaigns – as a spy in the house of Trump shows that the effort to overthrow a democratically elected President a truly international flavor. Read the rest of this entry »


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Report: Fusion GPS May Have Used Unwitting Reporters to Fuel FBI Dossier Probe

Posted by M. C. Fox on March 28, 2018

“Unwitting reporters” doesn’t narrow it down much.

Neither does “willing to promote anything for a byline”.


…In their work, Isikoff and Corn relate Simpson and Fusion GPS set up a series of off-the-record briefings with reporters at the Tabard Inn in Washington, DC. At these briefings, Steele informed the individual reporters of the claims inside the dossier.

Isikoff and Corn write that Simpson had hoped the briefings would prompt reporters to call the FBI about the dossier charges so that the bureau would take the claims more seriously.

They write:

At this point, Simpson knew something that almost nobody else did: Steele had given his initial reports to the FBI and the Bureau was reviewing them. So he figured out a way to put Steele’s material to use. He would bring Steele to Washington and have him brief a small number of reporters. Then, he hoped, the reporters would tap their sources and sniff out what the FBI was doing with all of this. It might even prod the Bureau to take Steele’s reports more seriously.

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Leaked documents show that Fusion GPS colluded with anti-Trump media

Posted by M. C. Fox on January 11, 2018

Leaked documents show that Fusion GPS colluded with anti-Trump media

Fusion GPS admits under oath that they colluded with mainstream media.

Yesterday Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein made an unprecedented move by unilaterally releasing the entire transcript of Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson’s testimony to the US Senate.

Fallout over the released, highly redacted document started within hours as Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen filed a pair of lawsuits on Tuesday against Buzzfeed and Fusion GPS. Read the rest of this entry »

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Fusion GPS Admits They Used John McCain to Pass Anti-Trump Dossier to Obama-Era Intel Agencies

Posted by M. C. Fox on January 10, 2018

All because Trump does not want to go to war with Russia. Neocon blasphemy.

The founders of the controversial opposition research firm Fusion GPS admitted that they helped the researcher hired to compile the infamous, largely discredited 35-page dossier on President Donald Trump to share the document with Sen. John McCain.

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Why the Hush on Neoconservative Links to Trump Dossier? | The American Conservative

Posted by M. C. Fox on November 2, 2017

Because neocon columnists like Michael Gerson, David Inatius and Jonah Goldberg are an integral part of the soft coup d’etat.

For example, Byron York’s investigative work for the Washington Examiner, which reports that the dossier originated with the Washington Free Beacon, only hints at, without explicitly mentioning, its neoconservative connections. York links the publication and its editors to Never-Trump activism, but goes no further in breaking down their ideological identities. In fact, the only website that does go further is Breitbart, which tells us that Weekly Standard editor-at-large Bill Kristol founded the Beacon, and that, like the Standard, the Beacon has a “neoconservative foreign policy outlook.” Read the rest of this entry »

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That Other Plot – LewRockwell

Posted by M. C. Fox on November 1, 2017

It’s nice Bill Kristol and Hillary have so much in common. They are different sides of the neocon/warparty coin. They are for anything that keeps peace from breaking out and forcing McDonnell Douglass employees from finding real, constructive jobs. Buchanan points out one thing we already knew-the integrity of James Comey and the FIB leave something to be desired.

The narrative begins in October 2015.

Then it was that the Washington Free Beacon, a neocon website, engaged a firm of researchers called Fusion GPS to do deep dirt-diving into Trump’s personal and professional life — and take him out. Read the rest of this entry »

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