Are the Democrats the Real Russian Operatives?

FBI texts referred to it as the ‘Insurance Policy.’ We now call it the Steele Dossier.

US President Donald Trump’s most recent move in the Russia investigation is potentially the most explosive development yet.

As Bloomberg reported:

Among Trump’s demands was the full public release of all text messages concerning the Russia probe by Justice Department official Bruce Ohr and by several former officials, including two who were fired — former FBI Director James Comey and his deputy, Andrew McCabe.

By ordering the declassification of previously secret text messages, he has invoked the nuclear option.

After weeks of pressure due to Mueller successfully prosecuting Paul Manafort and George Papadopoulos, Trump is finally pulling the trigger.

This is his own ‘insurance policy’.

Piecing Together the Puzzle

To understand how all this fits together a bit of background is necessary.

During the 2016 campaign, Hillary Clinton and the DNC hired a firm called Fusion GPS to dig up dirt on Trump.

This is standard operating procedure in Washington come election time.

The critical bit is that this ‘dirt’ led to an FBI investigation, which began well before election night.

This investigation enabled two Obama officials to see Trump campaign communications.

Previously released private text messages revealed that the investigators despised Trump.

When asked whether Trump would become president, an investigator named Peter Strzok replied. ‘No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it.

But here’s the rub.

Basically, the alleged ‘dirt’ on Trump was a Russian ploy.

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It was Russian operatives that fed the ‘dirt’ to Fusion GPS, the Clinton Campaign and Obama.

That is not to say that none of the ‘dirt’ is true.

Indeed, parts of the ‘dirt’ are likely true.

But if Trump can show that the FBI knew that Russia was trying to set him up and were happy to play along, that would be the most damning blow yet against the Mueller investigation.

In essence, it would show that the FBI were actually in cahoots with Russia!

Albeit, indirectly.

Russian interference with US election

Source: theepochtimes.com

So did Russia interfere with the US election?

Perhaps what is most revealing about this latest move by Trump is that it adds weight to the theory that Russia interfered with the election. Though not in the way most people think.

In all likelihood, they interfered on both sides.

They hacked the Clinton servers, provided the dirt for the Steele Dossier and met with Trump officials.

All of this we know.

What the mainstream press often forget to mention is this: they wanted us to know they had interfered.

The resulting hysteria has only helped them more.

With confusion at home, it is harder for the US to keep up with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s next play.

For instance, Russia has recently sold a large amount of high tech weapons to China.

Stories like that tend to get buried under the mass of updates on the Mueller probe.

Meanwhile, Ukraine is still a mess and Putin has his eyes on Eastern Europe.

Perhaps we should take a step back from Trump/Mueller mania to see the bigger picture.

The Australian Tribune will keep you updated on the Mueller probe and the bigger picture.

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  1. Who would be surprised by any of this secrets invariably come home to bite you…someone talks…Murphy’s Law I think it’s called