Magicians in the Intelligence Community

Pundits in the main stream media would have you believe that Russians infiltrated our population, came over here and overwhelmingly took over the voting process of the United States of America system of electoral voting.  Overwhelmingly decrying “they interfered in our Democracy.”

So divisive in the overwhelming outcry from the media, that they were even mentioned in a Fisa warrant that sought to put surveillance on a Trump campaign official.  Bear in mind that the director of National Intelligence said in an interview and quoted in the the FISA memo, that “Russia has tried to influence the elections since the 1960’s.”  Also, there has been speculation in the US media that Russia was behind the hack of the DNC servers that they are are attributing to the colossal defeat of the candidate Hillary Clinton.

Several questions arise from the information raised in reviewing of the FISA documents.  If Russia was involved in the alleged hacking of the DNC servers, why were the servers not turned over to government authorities?  Instead, the servers were investigated by an organization named CrowdStrike.  According to CNN, “The FBI repeatedly stressed to DNC officials the necessity of obtaining direct access to servers and data, only to be rebuffed until well after the initial compromise had been mitigated.”


Key points about the appointment of Crowd Strike that the main stream media is ignoring:  According to the Daily Caller:

1.   Obama Appoints CrowdStrike Officer To Admin Post Two Months Before June 2016             Report On Russia Hacking DNC.

2.  The FBI Never Looked At The DNC’s Servers — Only CrowdStrike Did.

3.   Comey Contradicted The DNC’s Story On The FBI Asking To See The Server

4.  CrowdStrike Co-Founder Is Fellow On Russia Hawk Group, Has Connections To                   George Soros, Ukrainian Billionaire

5.  CrowdStrike Is Funded By Clinton-Loving Google $$

Reading the heavily redacted  Fisa document, there are indications that Carter Page, was an informal foreign policy advisor for the Trump campaign, however, the FISA memo and its redactions provide no proof of his activities other than a news source claiming he met with a few Russian political authorities.  Page has vehmently denied being a foreign agent.

According to wikipedia, Russian intelligence operatives attempted to recruit Page, and one described him as enthusiastic about business opportunities in Russia but an “idiot”.  Begging the question, why would the FBI set up surveillence on Page?

Page 134 of the Fisa Memo, through the authorities requested herein The United States is seeking foreign intelligence information with respect to the activities to the target described above.  The above is redacted in absolute form 7 pages prior.

Other information gleaned from the released but heavily redacted FISA memo, is that it depended heavily upon a source that was at one time in the employ of the FBI.

Page 199 has some revealing information:  Source #1 who now owns a foreign business/intelligence firm, was approached by a US person (unnamed) that a US law firm had hired a US law firm to conduct research to candidate #1 ties to Russia.  (The identified US person and source #1 have long standing business relationship) Who is this US person?

Multiple claims in the FISA warrant claim that Carter Page was acting as a foreign agent on behalf of the Russian government.  Engaging in efforts to undermine the 2016 presidential elections. Information derived from the Steele dossier, that made claims against Page as a foreign agent.  Did Steele fabricate information to the FBI at the behest of the Fusion GPS who hired him?





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