Here is the Most Important Sentence in the Entire Mueller Report
The long-awaited “Mueller Report” on the investigation into Russiagate has finally been released. The bottom line is that candidate Donald Trump and his campaign did not collude with the Russian government to undermine the 2016 election.
We’ll now be subjected to weeks of unfounded media speculation. Hack reporter Jonathan Karl on ABC News insists that there is evidence of Russian collusion in the Mueller Report – it’s just that only Jonathan can see it!
The evidence must be like those infamous racism dog whistles that only liberals can hear. The Mueller Report will be picked apart and analyzed for years, but there is only one sentence in the 448-page document that matters.
It’s an innocuous little sentence written in order to bore readers to tears and pass over it. However, it’s an incredibly important sentence dealing with Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page. Here it is:
“The investigation did not establish that [Carter] Page coordinated with the Russian government in its efforts to interfere with the 2016 presidential election.”
That’s a boring smoke-and-mirrors method of saying: The Mueller investigation found that the allegations in the Russian dossier – paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC – were completely, utterly false.
Pages and pages of documents in the runup to the 2016 election. Those pages were funneled into the FBI through Department of Justice official Bruce Ohr and John McCain’s office.
When fully compiled, those pages became the infamous “Russian pee dossier.” Subsequently, the Russian dossier became the sole piece of evidence that the FBI presented to the FISA court to obtain a secret warrant to spy on Carter Page.
And that secret FISA warrant was renewed three times at 90-day intervals, signed by James Comey, Sally Yates, Rod Rosenstein and others.
How are you doing today, by the way, Mr. Rosenstein? You looked a little bit sweaty and guilty, like you were about to break down crying, as Attorney General William Barr announced the president’s total innocence.
The Mueller Report concludes that the Russian dossier was fake all along. Yet it was used to open a spying warrant against Carter Page before the 2016 election. It was renewed multiple times, even after Mueller was appointed as Special Counsel in May of 2017.
The FBI intruded and spied on all of Carter Page’s phone calls, text messages, emails and snail mail for over a year. If Carter Page had sent a message to one of his relatives via carrier pigeon, the FBI would have tranquilized the poor bird to read the little note taped to its leg.
A FISA warrant is one of the most intrusive spying tools at the federal government’s disposal – and it was used to spy on Carter Page for more than a year, based on information that the FBI knew had originated with the dirty-tricks campaign of Hillary Clinton.
If you think that Carter Page is the only person who James Comey’s FBI was spying on, you don’t understand how FISA warrants work. A FISA warrant allows the FBI to make up to “six hops” from the original point of contact.
It’s a massive communications dragnet. Here’s how a FISA warrant could have potentially spied on every Republican in the 2016 primary election:
Carter Page sends a text message to some random campaign officer in Ohio. That campaign manager fires off an email to Steve Bannon. Mr. Bannon then makes a phone call to Donald Trump, Jr. Don Jr. calls his dad.
Bannon also makes an angry phone call to Ted Cruz’s campaign manager, to tell him that his feet stink and his momma so fat. The Cruz campaign manager calls Ted Cruz. Ted Cruz sends an email to Sen. Rand Paul about a piece of legislation the Senate is working on, completely unrelated to the 2016 election.
With a FISA warrant in place against Carter Page, the FBI can spy on ALL communications between every person described above.
It’s like the game “six degrees of separation,” but it’s not funny because the FBI was spying on virtually every Republican running in 2016 – and their family members – in order to give a political advantage to Hillary Clinton.
The Mueller Report doesn’t just establish that Carter Page and Donald Trump were innocent of all accusations against them.
It proves that they were victims of the actual crime: A seditious attempt to undermine the 2016 election, carried out by Barack Obama’s banana republic regime.