FBI Had Trump Adviser Help

PUBLISHED: 7:53 PM 7 Feb 2018

DOJ Documents Prove FBI Had Trump Adviser Help, Agents Lied

Carter Page may have been taken advantage of.

The FBI lied about Carter Page being a Russian spy.

New documents indicate former Trump campaign advisor was working for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Released documents dating from 2015 which shows his cooperation with the federal agency.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) had Carter Page labeled as an undercover employee (UCE) on transcripts of recordings. Spying on Page while he talked to Russians in 2013, FBI agents have lied about their conclusion of the Russian collusion hoax.

Carter Page has hit headlines recently and the FISA memo revealed intricate information about the inner workings government surveillance. The memo revealed facts showing the democratic party tried to smear President Trump as a Russian agent.

Using Carter Page as a target, the Democratic party was able to convince the Obama administration to issue a warrant to monitor communications. Spying on Page and his associates, the Trump campaign was wiretapped.

Court documents expose the role Carter Page played in conducting counter espionage in 2013. Being utilized by the FBI, Page tipped of federal agencies while gathering evidence against foreign actors.

Deposed by Special Agent Gregory Monaghan, the sealed complaint attests Page was targeted by Russian agents. Taking advantage of his high profile in Russia, Monaghan suggests Russians wanted to take advantage of Page.

Meeting with some of the Russians after an energy symposium, the pair discussed energy policy in New York. The Russians, who were being monitored at the time, were recorded discussing how best to manipulate the mogul.

After documents pertaining to the energy market were passed onto the actors, the FBI moved to apprehend the Russians for failure to register as foreign actors.

Page cooperated with officials. In court testimony against the accused, Page has been identified as the unmasked entity UCE-1.

Because of his actions in 2013, the FBI labeled Page as an undercover agent. Helping to arrest Russian spies, Page seems an unlikely puppet of Moscow.

The court documents illustrate Page trying to create business ties within the energy sector before becoming an operative of the FBI. It also shows the former campaign advisor was not named as a spy or a threat in 2013.

However, years later amidst the chaos of the 2016 campaign, Page was declared unequivocally a Russian spy. Despite the role he played in the capture of foreign agents, FBI director Comey announced Page to be an agent of the Kremlin.

The new court documents suggest the FBI did not arrest Page for being a traitor because he was not acting on foreign influence. Because of his actions, the arrest of two Russian spies was carried out.

In 2016, Page was present at the pretrial against the accused Russian Operative, Evgeny Buryakov. Buryakov pleaded guilty to his crimes of espionage.

And government officials still declared Carter Page to be an elusive threat to national security as part of a presidential campaign.

The warrant against Carter Page is incredibly important. As the foundation of the Mueller investigation, the FISA warrant information has cast a beam of light onto the Russian collusion hoax.

The top leaders at the FBI were actively working to undermine the president of the United States.

Grasping at straws, director and deputy director of the FBI conspired with the Clinton campaign and the DNC to rig an election.

Using both their knowledge of the Russian associate, Page and the phony opposition researched funded by the Democratic party, the Department of Justice was trying to destroy a political movement.

The two faced, double standards of FBI have been revealed with the release of these court documents. The deep state and the unelected bureaucracy are coming under direct fire for their attack on President Trump.

Campaigning on a promise to drain the swamp, it is no wonder he was deemed a threat. Fulfilling all of his campaign promises, the president has pulled the plug and the swamp is beginning to drain.

Under President Trump’s administration, the government is experiencing an unprecedented level of transparency and oversight.

Coming soon, Representative Nunes has promised to disclose further investigation memos. Along with investigations into the FBI and the Department of Justice, Nunes has declared a memo concerning the illicit activities within the State Department.

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has been noticeably mute on the release of House Intelligence Committee memos. Multiple congressmen have made references towards multiple investigations reaching a conclusion within the OIG.