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Save yourself some time, if you're interested in what AG Barr testified to today in the Senate just take a little stent to Ted Cruz sum it all up for you.....
Ted Cruz sure can cut right to the bone, can't he? Outstanding!
You have to see this short vid of AG Barr! Priceless!
Blumenthal (D-CT) - Did you or anyone else on your staff memorialize your conversation w Mueller?
Barr: Staffers took notes on it
Blumenthsl: May we have those notes?
Blumenthal; What’s That?
Barr: I said no. Why should you have them?
It appeared as though DaNang Dick was in shock, about like he was during the Tet Offensive, in Vietnam ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, woops, wait,,,, doh Blumenthal was never in Nam
Doug, I LOVE this AG! Love him!
Wow! Admitted it!
New York Times Admits Obama Admin Deployed Multiple Spies Against Trump Campaign In 2016
The New York Times admitted on Thursday that the Obama administration deployed multiple spies against the Trump campaign in 2016, confirming recent comments by Attorney General William Barr that 'spying did occur' during the campaign.
Mollie Hemingway By Mollie Hemingway
MAY 2, 2019
Following months of angry claims by journalists and Democratic operatives that the Obama administration never spied on Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, The New York Times admitted Thursday that multiple overseas intelligence assets were deployed against associates of the Republican nominee. It is not the first time the Times has revealed widespread spying operations against the campaign.
In addition to noting that long-time informant Stefan Halper was tasked with collecting intelligence on the Trump campaign, the Times story details how a woman was sent overseas under a fake name and occupation to oversee the spy operation. The woman’s real name is not mentioned in the article, though the Times says she went by “Azra Turk” and has a relationship with an unidentified federal intelligence agency.
Halper was handpicked by a seasoned FBI counterintelligence agent out of the New York office, according to the article. While the Times does not identify the agent by name, the paper says the FBI agent spoke at a conference organized by Halper about a 2010 case involving Russians posing as Americans. The public schedule for a 2011 conference hosted by Halper about the exact same case shows that three FBI counterintelligence agents were invited to speak on the topic.
The three agents publicly identified as speaking at that conference on the topic are George J. Ennis, Jr., Alan E. Kohler, Jr., and Stephen M. Somma. Ennis currently serves as the special agent in charge in the FBI’s New York office, according to his LinkedIn profile, and worked closely with Preet Bharara, former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, a virulent anti-Trump activist whom the president fired in 2017.
The public schedule for a 2014 conference led by Halper shows that Kohler also spoke to the same group about the same Russian case on May 9, 2014.
“Alan Kohler the FBI representative at the United States Embassy in London will talk about the challenges of modern counter espionage: including the case of Anna Chapman and other Russian illegals,” the schedule noted.
A representative for the FBI’s office in Norfolk, where Kohler worked as of March 2017, said he is no longer with that office. The representative, who refused to provide her name, did not say when or why Kohler left that office or whether he was still employed by the FBI. The FBI’s New York office did not respond to queries about the current employment status of Kohler, Ennis, or Somma.
“Turk,” the U.S. intelligence operative who claimed to work as Halper’s assistant, had previously been identified to George Papadopoulos, whom she targeted, as a spy who rather blatantly tried to plumb him for information about Russia and other topics. After the Times published its article on “Turk,” Papadopolous wrote on Twitter that she “clearly was not FBI” and instead “was CIA and affiliated with Turkish intel.”
“She could hardly speak English and was tasked to meet me about my work in the energy sector offshore Israel/Cyprus which Turkey was competing with,” Papadopoulos wrote.
Entire article here https://thefederalist.com/2019/05/02/new-york-times-admits-multiple...
The timing of this could be quite advantageous!
Thanks Doug. Excellent video. Ted Cruz never fails to get to the heart of an issue, and he did not disappoint with this one.