Carter Page blames Hillary Clinton for orchestrating Deep State's fake Russian collusion narrative
In an eight-page letter to the U.S. Dept. of Justice, Civil Rights Voting Section, dated Feb. 17, 2017, Carter Page, pictured above, wrote on Page One, paragraph two:
"...retaliatory investigations against me were based entirely upon lies from the Clinton Campaign as these untruths were aggressively advanced by that Campaign's allies in Congress and the media".
"These Congressional and media attacks were almost entirely founded upon baseless and defamatory assertions made by the Clinton regime".
"...these calls for my investigation as a private citizen to advance political interests based on nothing more than preposterous mainstream media reports is a true disgrace."
In a one-page letter to James Comey, then Director of the FBI, dated Sept. 25, 2016, Page wrote:
"...what a complete waste of time this witch-hunt directed at me is."
"...the source of these accusations is nothing more than completely false media reports. Yet for the record, I have not met with any sanctioned official in Russia despite the fact that there are no restrictions on U.S. persons speaking with such individuals."
"...(worked) with members of the U.S. Intelligence community including the FBI and CIA for many decades ..."
A press release issued by the Hillary Clinton for President Campaign dated October 18, 2016 said:
One-time Foreign Policy Adviser Carter Pageis being probed by U.S. intelligence agencies for meeting with sanctioned Kremlin officials including Igor Diveykin."A former Russian security official, Diveykin now serves as deputy chief for internal policy and is believed by U.S. officials to have responsibility for intelligence collected by Russian agencies about the U.S. election, the Western intelligence source said."
- The Trump campaign lied about Page having "never been a part of our campaign. Period" to cover up his involvement. In fact, Trump announced Page himself to Washington Post editorial board back in March 2016 as one of his foreign policy advisers, which was confirmed by Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks to CNN.
Page quit the Trump for President Campaign on Sept. 25, 2016. The court approved the first of four warrants starting a month later. Warrants against President Trump were approved through June of 2017, six months into his Presidency. Page was never paid by the Trump campaign.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) can only be used to spy on foreigners. It can never be used on Americans. Until Carter Page.
Carter Page has never been charged with a crime. He is a five-year Naval Veteran and was graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis.
The FBI never told Page that they were using him as a patsy to justify warrants to spy on Trump in order to get Hillary Clinton elected President. She lost, but would continue to use Russian collusion as the reason to impeach Trump and remove him from office.
When Carter Page worked for the FBI as a walking wire tap. The FBI created phony credentials so that Page could pose undercover as a Russian spy. The FBI then allowed the Hillary Clinton Campaign to use "Carter Page Russian Spy" as the catalyst to justify four warrants to spy on Donald J. Trump.
The FISA court was never told the FBI vouched for Page as a trustworthy American citizen in federal district court.
Pictures of Carter Page, two in the Navy, and three in Moscow.