When I first started digging into Spygate over a year ago, my main goal was to try to get to the bottom of the scandal and be the one to uncover the truth. My main focus was Donald Trump’s foreign policy team and the events surrounding Carter Page and George Papadopoulos. As Papadopoulos failed to […]Read More The Byrning Man
I have been seeing a few trends lately that I wanted to highlight to show how important timing can be in terms of increasing effectiveness. While we are all becoming frustrated with the lack of information regarding SpyGate coming forward, I still believe that Trump is in control of the situation. People would characterize me […]Read More Timing
Last night, John Solomon from The Hill broke news that Stephen Laycock, the FBI’s section chief for Eurasian counterintelligence was the recipient of Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Kathleen Kavalec’s notes from her meeting with Former MI6 Agent Christopher Steele on October 13, 2016. While Laycock is a new name, he immediately transferred the notes […]Read More Anomalies Surrounding the Carter Page FISA
Note: I am only leaving this up as a reminder of how far I’ve grown. In a recent interview, Rod Rosenstein had said, “Don’t forget what the Mueller Probe was about: Cyber Crimes.” In regards to the Russian interference in the election, this can be associated to two things: The hacks that were done on […]Read More Was Vault 7 a Strategic Leak?
Note: I am only leaving this up as a reminder of how far I’ve grown. Yesterday I had written a post about how a lot of the events of early 2017 are being rehashed two years later. Today that trend continued with the arrest and future extradition to the US for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. […]Read More Julian or GRUlian?