Trump Addresses Report of FBI Informant Embedded in His Campaign

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 18, 2018

Could this finally be the point at which enough is enough and we start issuing indictments of the people who conspired to do the FISA spying, pissgate and everything that came after that?

I hope so.

These cocksuckers still haven’t explained their “secret society” that existed in the FBI to stop Trump. They haven’t explained why Hillary faked pissgate. Or anything else relating to Hillary Clinton. The haven’t explained the death of Seth Rich. They haven’t explained why James Comey was allowed to lie under oath. They haven’t explained what the fuck this Mueller witch hunt even is, or how it is still ongoing.

No one knows what is going on with any of this crap.

But it just seems like nothing will ever be enough to start prosecuting these fucking people.

New York Times:

President Trump ramped up pressure against the Justice Department on Friday, raising concerns about the possibility of a government informant inside his presidential campaign and saying “if true” it is the “all time biggest political scandal!”

In a pair of tweets on Friday morning, the president offered his latest salvo in a protracted battle between top federal law enforcement officials and Mr. Trump’s allies on Capitol Hill.

At the heart of the new twist in the fight is a confidential government informant who, according to current and former officials, met several times with two of Mr. Trump’s campaign aides.

At least one government informant met with Mr. Trump’s former campaign aides, Carter Page and George Papadopoulos, current and former officials said.

I would say that at least one or both of them could have themselves been informants. Or just straight-up FBI deep cover agents.

On Wednesday, Christopher A. Wray, the F.B.I. director, told lawmakers that the bureau has always worked to protect sources and methods in investigations. Confidential informants are among the most sensitive topics in law enforcement, and publicly disclosing them could jeopardize ongoing investigations. It also could put the informant’s safety at risk.

“As anybody in the intelligence community knows, human sources in particular who put themselves at great risk to work with us and with our foreign partners have to be able trust that we’re going to protect their identities and, in many cases, their lives and lives of their families,” Mr. Wray said. “And the day that we can’t protect human sources is the day the American people start becoming less safe.”

Yeah, I think when you’re spying on a presidential campaign as part of a policy of political persecution, the rules change a little bit there, Chris.

But sure – go ahead and protect the informant. Just tell us if there was one and if so who placed him there and what the purpose of doing so was.

In other words: release the documents.

Speaking of which – this story was on Alex Jones, in an interview with Roger Stone way before the NYT took it.

Stone then went on Laura Ingraham last night.

He says the mole was Stefan Halper, an academic who served in the administrations of Nixon, Ford and Reagan and currently works at Cambridge. He is certainly spook-like.

Apparently, he met with the above mentioned members of Trump’s team.

I’m still real suspicious of Carter Page, tbh.