Bait Taken, Trap Set, Carpet Bombs Incoming, Then The MOAB – Episode 2042

Bait Taken, Trap Set, Carpet Bombs Incoming, Then The MOAB
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The transitional economy is now being built on an accelerated rate. Trump is re-negotiating trade deals, re-working regulations. The USMCA is now on deck, Trump and the patriot need the USMCA passed, this will make the US a manufacturing powerhouse. Once passed, Trump’s leverage on China will be even greater. The [DS] is now pushing for impeachment, they are preparing the articles of impeachment, but they don’t include, quid pro quo, bribery, extortion etc.. why is that. we know why. The patriots tangled the bait and the [DS] dems took the bait. The MSM is spinning the IG FISA report because they know how damaging it really is, this report is going to be used as the foundation for what is coming. Barr says it takes time to gather evidence, make sense of it and then indict, the DOJ will not move forward unless they have it all, and soon that announcement will be made.

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  • The agreement makes an economic manufacturing partnership between the U.S. and Mexico; and for assembly products third parties will have to produce parts and origination material within the U.S. and Mexico.
  • Here’s a good example in the auto-sector.  The new USMCA agreement requires 75% of automobile parts made in North America; and 45% must come from plants with minimum labor costs ($16/hr), or face tariffs upon export to the U.S.  Additionally, the total source-origination rate of 75% USMCA product is higher than everyone thought possible.
  • This 75% country-of-origin level was possible because President Trump cut out the corporations (ie. U.S. Chamber of Commerce) from having any influence over the agreement.  Most people probably don’t know, but the USMCA was the first trade deal negotiated without multinational corporations in the room.
  • Example of downstream consequences/benefits: German auto-maker BMW recently built a $2 billion assembly plant in Mexico (just came on-line).  Most of their core parts were coming from the EU (steel/aluminum casting components) and/or Asia (electronics). Now the assembly plant will have to source 75% of the auto-parts from the U.S. and Mexico, with 45% of those parts from facilities paying $16/hr.  The Result: BMW will need to modify their supply chain and build auto parts in the U.S. and Mexico. [That’s Exactly What Happened]
  • the new USMCA closes the NAFTA loophole and blocks Canada from brokering their ‘assembly process‘ access to the U.S. market.



Report: Hunter Biden’s Baby Mother Demands Income Disclosure for Burisma and ‘Chinese Entity’

  • Lunden Roberts, the  mother of Hunter Biden’s child, is reportedly seeking financial information regarding his time as a board member of Burisma Holdings,  
  • Roberts,  has asked Hunter to confirm his past employment at Burisma and how much he was compensated per month, according to recently-filed court documents  Daily Mail.
  • Roberts also requested that Hunter Biden confirm whether he or an “entity owned, controlled or under your direction or supervision” received money from a Chinese national or entity for investment activities, the documents reportedly say.  Roberts made a total of 47 requests from Hunter, many of which were redacted.


House Democrats Unveil Two Articles of Impeachment Against Trump
  • House Democrats on Tuesday unveiled two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump over his contacts with Ukraine: Abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

Donald J. Trump


Nadler just said that I “pressured Ukraine to interfere in our 2020 Election.” Ridiculous, and he knows that is not true. Both the President & Foreign Minister of Ukraine said, many times, that there “WAS NO PRESSURE.” Nadler and the Dems know this, but refuse to acknowledge!


Where’s the whistleblower

What happen to quid pro quo?

What happen to bribery?

What happen to extortion

All proceeding according to plan



3. Criminal Investigation

4. Crimes against humanity

Perfect Storm-> Senate Trial Exposure -> CRIMINAL TRIALS

The [D] party will cease to exist once it’s all exposed.
FAKE NEWS can no longer control [dampen] public awareness of the TRUTH.
The GOP pushed Nadler to accepting Ukranian interfence in the 2016 election, by doing this it debunks all those who have said that the Ukrainian meddling was debunked.  Now why would the GOP push hard to get this into the impeachment record.?

The [DS] players are panicking, each carpet bomb, each wave will inflict pain and we will see their tweets get angry, and louder towards Trump

At the same time the Dems introduced impeachment articles Ukraine dropped a bomb on their star witness, Mark Meadows tweeted out the following

Full House Vote Expected Next Week – Dems Claim They Don’t Plan to Whip Impeachment Votes as Group of Vulnerable Dems Spooked, Float Censure Instead

  • The House Judiciary Committee will vote on the Articles of Impeachment this week and send the vote to the full House next week.


Lets look at the IG FISA report, because the more you delve into it, the worse it gets for the [DS] players. Yesterday Durham put out a statement contradicting a key and consequential  conclusion of Inspector General Michael Horowitz, 

Conflict Clarity – The Reason for Conflict Between Horowitz and Durham is Crystal Clear on Page 2…

  •  here is that part.

…”last month we advised the Inspector General that we do not agree with some of the report’s conclusions as to predication and how the FBI case was opened.”

  • What inspector general Horowitz outlines in that key section is that: (A) he has reviewed everything, and talked to everyone (current and former) within the FBI; and (B) the ONLY evidence they FBI cited for the opening of Crossfire Hurricane is the singular conversation between George Papadopoulos and Australian Ambassador Alexander Downer and/or Downer’s asst. Erika Thompson.
  • That’s it.  Nothing else.
  • There is no other predicate evidence from the FBI investigative unit other than a singular conversation between Alexander Downer/Erika Thompson and George Papadopoulos.
  • Nothing before that July 26, 2016, contact by Australian High Commissioner Alexander Downer relaying a conversation with Downer on May 10th, 2016, is cited by the FBI as having anything to do with opening Crossfire Hurricane (started on July 31st).
  • That conversation between Downer and Papadopoulos was George Papadopoulos relaying a rumor he heard from Joseph Mifsud is the totality of evidence used to initiate Crossfire Hurricane.
  • This investigative predicate is where Durham and Horowitz have a conflict.  Horowitz says the predicate was justified, Durham says not-so-much.
  • So the totality of the variables to create a conflict is very small.  Papadopoulos, Downer and Mifsud.
  • Durham says: “last month we advised the Inspector General that we do not agree with some of the report’s conclusions as to predication and how the FBI case was opened“.  This is important because the difference between the inspector general and the U.S. attorney is that John Durham has interviewed Downer and Mifsud, and Horowitz has not.
  • Therefore for Durham to state the predication was not justified, has to come from his contact with Ambassador Downer or Joseph Mifsud.
  • The variable in this small group dynamic is Joseph Mifsud, and the only variable within the Papadopoulos-Mifsud interplay is the background and purpose of Mifsud.
  • Horowitz has eliminated all predicate variables on his end by stating all FBI witnesses and all FBI documents agree the Downer contact with the FBI initiated the investigation.  The only variable on the Durham end is…. yep, the background and purpose of Joseph Mifsud.
  • If Durham is disputing the validity of “predication and how the FBI case was opened”, then it’s the predicate behind Joseph Mifsud driving the dispute. This almost guarantees that Mifsud was *NOT* the Russian operative that current FBI and Intelligence Officials have stated he was or is.
  • Joseph Mifsud wasn’t an FBI operative (not in the CHS database); but also Joseph Mifsud was not a Russian operative (hence predicate issue). 


Now we know that there were 17 instances of misconduct cited in the report and Trump tweeted this out


Now what is very interesting about the mistake @ error is that all of them go in one direction against Trump,  none to his aids are anything else

Christopher Wray from the FBI reviewed the report and Trump is questioning what report he is reading Trump tweeted out the following

Wray is a sleeper
Future marker.

Remember Nunes criticized the FBI handling of the Dossier and then Adam Schiff put out a  memo on Feb 2018 defending Steele dossier’s and FBI’s surveillance of Carter Page.

Analysis: IG’s FISA Report Undercuts ‘Schiff Memo,’ Which Defended FBI And Steele Dossier

  • The  inspector general’s report undercut many of the claims in a memo that Rep. Adam Schiff released in February 2018 defending the FBI and the Steele dossier,
  • The key claim in the Nunes memo — that the Steele dossier “formed an essential part of the Carter Page FISA application” — is backed up by the inspector general’s report. The inspector general also faulted the FBI for failing to tell the surveillance court that Steele told a Justice Department official, Bruce Ohr, that he was “desperate” in September 2016 to see Donald Trump lose the election.
  • The Nunes memo does have some flaws. It criticized the FBI for failing to disclose that the DNC and the Clinton campaign funded Steele’s investigation of Trump. But as Democrats have noted, the FBI acknowledged that Steele was working for someone who opposed Trump’s presidential candidacy.
  • The Schiff Memo
  • CLAIM: “FBI and DOJ officials did not ‘abuse’ the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) process, omit material information, or subvert this vital tool to spy on the Trump campaign.”
  • REPORT: We identified multiple instances in which factual assertions relied upon in the first FISA application were inaccurate, incomplete, or unsupported by appropriate documentation, based upon information the FBI had in its possession at the time the application was filed.”
  • The IG found widespread evidence that the FBI and DOJ omitted information significant to the FISA applications. In all, the report tallied 17 errors and omissions in the FBI’s renewal applications for FISA warrants against Page. Among the key omissions was Steele’s claims to the FBI in October 2016 that a major source for the dossier was a “boaster” and “embellisher.”
  • CLAIM: DOJ met the rigor, transparency, and evidentiary basis needed to meet FISA’s probable cause requirement.”
  • REPORT: “Although some of the factual misstatements and omissions we found in this review were arguably more significant than others, we believe that all of them taken together resulted in FISA applications that made it appear that the information supporting probable cause was stronger than was actually the case.”
  • CLAIM: DOJ cited multiple sources to support the case for surveilling Page — but made only narrow use of information from Steele’s sources about Page’s specific activities in 2016.”
  • REPORT: “Further, we found that the first FISA application drew heavily, although not entirely, upon the Steele reporting to support the government’s position that Page was an agent of a foreign power.”
  • CLAIM: “In subsequent FISA renewals, DOJ provided additional information obtained through multiple independent sources that corroborated Steele’s reporting.”

REPORT: “[B]ecause the FBI did not have information corroborating the Steele reporting relied upon in the Carter Page FISA application, it was particularly important for the application to articulate to the court the FBI’s assessment of the reliability of the source.”

CLAIM: DOJ repeatedly informed the Court about Steele’s background, credibility, and potential bias.”

  • REPORT: As noted previously, an FBI attorney “did not believe at the time” that Steele’s “desperate” remark “needed to be included in the renewal applications because the comment was only Ohr’s opinion of Steele’s feelings toward Trump.
  • CLAIM: “Senior FBI and DOJ officials have repeatedly affirmed to the Committee the reliability and credibility of Steele’s reporting, an assessment also reflected in the FBI’s underlying source documents. The FBI had undertaken a rigorous process to vet the allegations from Steele’s reporting, including with regard to Page.”
  • REPORT: “The FBI discovered discrepancies between Steele’s reporting and statements sub-sources made to the FBI, which raised doubts about the reliability of some of Steele’s reports.”
  • CLAIM: “The Majority cites no evidence that the FBI, prior to filing its initial October 21, 2016 application, actually knew or should have known of any allegedly inappropriate media contacts by Steele. Nor do they cite evidence that Steele disclosed to Yahoo! details included in the FISA warrant, since the British Court filings to which they refer do not address what Steele may have said to Yahoo!”
  • REPORT: “Drafts of the Carter Page FISA application stated, until October 14, 2016, that Steele was responsible for the leak that led to the September 23 Yahoo News article.”



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DOJ IG Report Slams Bruce Ohr’s Failure To Report Repeated Interactions With Steele

  • The  Inspector General Michael Horowitz released Monday criticized department attorney Bruce Ohr at length for failing to report repeated contacts with former British spy Christopher Steele.
  • According to the report, Ohr acknowledged to the DOJ that it was because of the possibility he would be told to stop these meetings with Steele that he chose not to report them to his direct supervisors.
  • While Horowitz stopped short of recommending Ohr for a criminal referral, the DOJ inspector general spent more than 36 pages of the report singling out ohr for circumventing his supervisors and referred Ohr to the Office of Professional Responsibility. Horowitz also referred Ohr’s actions to his supervisors in the criminal justice division, leaving the door open to future criminal prosecution.


FBI Terminated Anti-Trump Source Stefan Halper ‘For Cause’ In 2011

  • Among the many revelations found in the new report about the FBI’s investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign is the fact that one of the FBI’s confidential sources, most likely Stefan Halper, was fired from the FBI in 2011 because he had “questionable allegiance to the [intelligence] targets” he was supposed to be monitoring.
  • The recent IG report confirms the FBI then used unverified information from both Halper and British spy Christopher Steele to obtain FISA warrants to wiretap Page.
  • In Appendix I of the report, investigators identify claims the FBI asserted as facts in its FISA applications and evaluate which claims were made without corroborating evidence. The FBI claimed “Source #2,” (which is likely Halper) “has routinely provided reliable information that has been corroborated by the FBI.” Investigators found the FBI provided “no supporting documentation” of this claim.

  • When a wiretap target is a U.S. person, a FISA warrant requires renewal every 90 days. The FBI renewed its wiretap three times with the FISA court after the initial warrant. On the third and final renewal application, the FBI finally divulged that its informant, Halper, had previously been terminated because the FBI questioned his motivation for informing. The terms “opened” and “closed” in this case mean “hired” and “fired,” respectively.
  • “In or about December 2008, Source #2 was opened as an FBI source. In or about January 2011, Source #2 was closed as an FBI source for, among other things, motivation for reporting, but not for validity of reporting. Source #2 was reopened in or about March 2011. Since that time, Source #2 has routinely provided reliable information,” IG investigators wrote. The IG found no supporting documentation for this claim either.


 Now we need to remember that Steele  says his  source said that Wikileaks got emails from Russia. the  Source firmly denies this. Steele was instructed to include this to help the DNC claim .


We now know that the Steele dossier was never corroborated, Comey, McCabe, Brennan and the rest all knew this but they decided to use it to get the warrants. 

Comey and McCabe fought to include Steele dossier in intelligence assessment on Russian interference

  •   James Comey and   Andrew McCabe fought to include information from British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s dossier in the January 2017 intelligence community assessment on Russian election interference, according to the report.


Just how bad was the FBI’s Russia FISA? 51 violations and 9 false statements

  • Appendix 1 identifies the total violations by the FBI of the so-called Woods Procedures, the process by which the bureau verifies information and assures the FISA court its evidence is true.
  • The Appendix identifies a total of 51 Woods procedure violations from the FISA application the FBI submitted to the court authorizing surveillance of former Trump campaign aide Carter Page starting in October 2016.
  • A whopping nine of those violations fell into the category called: “Supporting document shows that the factual assertion is
  • What this  means is  the FBI made nine false assertions to the FISA court. In short, what the bureau said was contradicted by the evidence in its official file.
  • To put that in perspective, former Trump aides Mike Flynn and George Papadopoulos were convicted of making single false statements to the bureau. One went to jail already, and the other awaits sentencing.
  • The vast majority of remaining Woods violations — 33 in total — involved failing to provide any evidence in the Woods procedure backing up assertion in the FISA warrant application.


Now the FBI kept the operation very small, why, because they didn’t want anyone catching on to what they were really doing. 


The MSM/DS players are using the FISA as if this is the end, that the [DS] players have nothing to worry about , they are cleared, they have it backwards this is the beginning of their end, The IG report sets up the Declas, which leads to the criminal investigations. The FISA is the first of many waves, these are the carpet bombs, the MOAB is coming, but with each wave it makes the DS struggle, it makes the MSM struggle to explain it all, it will get harder and harder until they are backed in the corner and the spin no longer works.  Then its GAME OVER

 Horowitz testifies tomorrow and we are already seeing events, there was one in NJ with a shooter on the roof top shooting at people


Barr was being interviewed

We get one chance at this,

1. gather the evidence

2. make sense of the information takes time

3. to indict someone the DOJ needs proof beyond a reasonable doubt