This Is The Last Straw – Mueller Drop Russia Probe Now – Comey Tried To Bribe Russian Hacker!

by Pamela Williams
 
This should enrage the American people to the point of revolution!  Each day, that Mueller continues the façade of a Russian Interference Probe is another blow to the intelligence of the American people.  Not only that he is destroying the dignity of the office of of the Presidency and making a sham out of our voting system.
James Comey is the man who should be scrutinized by an investigation of the FBI’s part in the whole made-up Russian interference nightmare.  We know he supported the Democrats using a firm they hired to dig up dirt on Trump to create a sleazy fake dossier. Then he proceeded to run with it.  
 
Senator Chuck Grassley was so concerned he sent Comey a letter scrutinizing this very thing.  See it at:
www.judiciary.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/2017-04-28%20CEG%20to%20FBI%20(follow-up%20to%20Steele%20letter)%20with%20attachments.pdf
These are the questions he asked of Comey:
Also, more information has since come to the Committee’s attention about the company overseeing the creation of the dossier, Fusion GPS.  Namely, Fusion GPS is the subject of a complaint to the Justice Department, which alleges that the company violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act by working on behalf of Russian principals to undermine U.S. sanctions against Russians.  That unregistered work was reportedly conducted with a former Russian intelligence operative, Mr. Rinat Akhmetshin, and appears to have been occurring simultaneous to Fusion GPS’s work overseeing the creation of the dossier.  I wrote to the Justice Department about this issue on March 31, copying you, and I have attached that letter here for your reference.  The Justice Department has yet to respond.   
In addition to fully answering my March 6, 2017 letter, please also provide the following documents and information:  

  1. Documentation of all payments made to Mr. Steele, including for travel expenses, if any; the date of any such payments; the amount of such payments; the authorization for such payments.  
  2. When the FBI was in contact with Mr. Steele or otherwise relying on information in the dossier, was it aware that his employer, Fusion GPS, was allegedly simultaneously working as an unregistered agent for Russian interests?  Please provide all related documents.   
  3. If so, when and how did FBI become aware of this information?  Did it include this information about Fusion GPS’s alleged work for Russian principals in any documents describing or relying on information from the dossier?  If not, why not?   
  4. If the FBI was previously unaware of Fusion GPS’s alleged unregistered activity on behalf of Russian interests and connections with a former Russian intelligence operative, does the FBI plan to amend any applications, reports, or other documents it has created that describe or rely on the information in the dossier to add this information?  If so, please provide copies of all amended documents.  If not, why not?   

Please provide all the requested documents and full answers to all the question by May 12, 2017.  I hope that this matter can be resolved without additional holds on nominees.  These are important issues that require public transparency.  I anticipate that your responses to these questions may contain both classified and unclassified information.  Please send all unclassified material directly to the Committee.  In keeping with the requirements of Executive Order 13526, if any of the responsive documents do contain classified information, please segregate all unclassified material within the classified documents, provide all unclassified information directly to the Committee, and provide a classified addendum to the Office of Senate Security.  Although the Committee complies with all laws and regulations governing the handling of classified information, it is not bound, absent its prior agreement, by any handling restrictions or instructions on unclassified information unilaterally asserted by the Executive Branch.
Charles E. Grassley    Chairman  Committee on the Judiciary
 
We don’t even know if Comey ever responded to Grassley, but we can read between the lines that Grassley himself was suspect of Comey and the fake dossier.  So much has been kept from the American people, and we have been treated as idiots while we watched all of this in front of our very eyes.
 
Now  today THE GATEWAY PUNDIT reports: Russian Hacker Refused to Take FBI Bribe and Confess to Hacking Hillary’s Email — So Comey Had Him Arrested.  www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/08/russian-hacker-refused-take-fbi-bribe-confess-hacking-hillarys-email-comey-arrested/
My blood is boiling, and if you are a Trump supporter, yours should be too.  How much more are we going to put up with by turning a blind eye to what is happening to President Trump by this faux probe with Mueller as the really bad lead?.   How can we ignore the fact that Assistant Attorney General Rob Rosenstein set Trump up by advising him to fire Comey which sparked this whole thing?  
This has to stop, and Comey’s probe must begin.
 
The PUNDIT reports:  Yevgeny Nikulin was arrested in October 2016.  The US Secret Service has released NO EVIDENCE to connect Russia to the DNC leaked emails.  Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has repeatedly stated the Russians were not his source.  MORE— Nikulin claims FBI wanted him to claim he was working for Putin.
The Moscow Times reported:
The cyberattack has been widely blamed on Kremlin-backed hackers.  
“[They told me:] you will have to confess to breaking into Clinton’s inbox for [U.S. President Donald Trump] on behalf of [Russian President Vladimir Putin],” Nikulin wrote. In exchange, his interrogators promised U.S. citizenship, an apartment and money, he said.
Nikulin was arrested AFTER he refused Comey’s bribe and would not take responsibility for the leaked Podesta emails.  Russian Tass News reported on this back in May. Nikulin was arrested in Prague on October 5 at the request of the United States. A joint operation was conducted with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation to apprehend the individual. The United States said he was charged with cyberattacks against U.S. targets. The Czech authorities stated that the suspect had been tracked down via Interpol.  Both Russia and the United States demand Nikulin’s extradition. In Russia, he is charged with a cyber theft of 3,450 U.S. dollars in 2009.  The US and Russia are now fighting over Nikulin. They both fulfilled legal conditions required to secure Mr. Nikulin’s extradition.  Nikulin faces 30 years in jail.
 
PLUS, we all know Comey eventually confessed to leaking information to the media.  Right?  Look at this testimony under oath when answering questions being asked by Charles Grassley.
www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2017/05/03/read-the-full-testimony-of-fbi-director-james-comey-in-which-he-discusses-clinton-email-investigation/?utm_term=.298da16d0941
GRASSLEY: And thank you for your opening statement. I’m going to start out probably with a couple subjects you wish I didn’t bring up, and then a third one that I think everybody needs to hear your opinion on on a policy issue. It is frustrating when the FBI refuses to answer this committee’s questions, but leaks relevant information to the media. In other words, they don’t talk to us, but somebody talks to the media.
Director Comey, have you ever been an anonymous source in news reports about matters relating to the Trump investigation or the Clinton investigation?
COMEY: Never.
GRASSLEY: Question two, relatively related, have you ever authorized someone else at the FBI to be an anonymous source in news reports about the Trump investigation or the Clinton investigation?
COMEY: No.
GRASSLEY: Has any classified information relating to President Trump or his association — associates been declassified and shared with the media?
COMEY: Not to my knowledge.
 
How much more is it going to take to put James Comey away for treason?  

 

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