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
Throughout my time analyzing SpyGate, there have been several outside elements that seemed to be related, but never truly fit into the SpyGate picture. From what seems like 2012 on, there are several occurrences that sort of fit into the same mold as the 2016 election interference, but not exactly. With publicly available information, it […]Read More Finding the Driving Force Behind Russian Election Interference
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?
The Trump Tower Meeting that took place on June 9, 2016 is one of the first times that there was direct meeting between people from Trump’s campaign and Russians. This could have been a smoking gun for anyone saying that Trump Colluded with the Russians. From Trump’s side the people involved were not small players. […]Read More The Catch-22 of the Trump Tower Meeting