The FBI is working alongside the Democrats in their crusade to take down President Trump.
They have been working against him since before he was even elected President.
But now a crazy anti-Trump spy operation could take them down.
In their crusade to take down the President, the FBI has put countless innocent people through hell.
One of those people is George Papadopoulos, a bright young political operative who served as a campaign adviser for President Trump.
If he was working for anybody else, he would be doing very well for himself in the field.
But because the man he chose to work for is President Trump, he was made into an enemy of the deep state.
The FBI came down on him hard with claims of colluding with Russian officials during the campaign.
After trying to tie him to collusion, they eventually got him on a charge of lying to the FBI, forcing him to serve 12 days in prison, and pay a nearly $10,000 fine.
But now it is becoming clear that the FBI was hoping to get more out of him.
According to Congressional testimony, Papadopoulos was tasked with running a spying operation on a Russian professor believed to have dirt on Hillary Clinton.
“The FBI agent said, we need you to wear a wire and we’ll pay you and you can go to London and you can kind of look behind the scenes of an FBI operation. It was very bizarre, very strange,” Papadopoulos said.
This chain of events began with a meeting between the professor, Joseph Mifsud and Papadopoulos in which he told the Trump adviser that he had “thousands” of emails from Hillary Clinton.
There’s no indication that the campaign acted in any way on the information, but the FBI saw it as a way to prove collusion occurred.
And while that meeting occurred during the 2016 election, it wasn’t until Trump was in the White House that the FBI tasked him with spying on the professor.
Papadopoulos believes the FBI gave him the task due to messages he received on Facebook about meeting again.
“I believe Mifsud was reaching out to me around that time, and I kept ignoring him,” he said. “And he was sending me messages on Facebook, trying to reach out to me.”
The Trump adviser ignored the messages, but it appears the FBI may have seen it as their chance to force him to do something shady.
That’s when the FBI asked him to wear a wire and meet with him asking specific questions.
Papadopoulos refused to do so, leading towards him being targeted for prosecution.
The “lie” the FBI got him on was at his own admission.
Papadopoulos acknowledges he may have gotten some dates wrong in his timeline with investigators, to correct the record.
But to the FBI, that was a signal to charge him in order to take down a Trump adviser.
This is how they were able to charge former National Security Advisor General Michael Flynn.
Because in the end, it isn’t about finding the truth, but rather creating a media narrative of corruption and wrongdoing within the Trump administration.
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