Carter Page was the "insurance policy" FBI used to justify FISA warrants in attempt to impeach Trump

Carter Page was the "insurance policy" FBI used to justify FISA warrants in attempt to impeach Trump

Carter Page was the "insurance policy" to destroy the Presidency of Donald J. Trump in the event the "Russian collusion dossiers" failed to. 

Page worked for the FBI as a walking wiretap, an undercover agent posing as a Russian spy from 2013 through September, 2016. The first FISA warrant approved to spy on Trump was approved one month later. 

The court was never told Page was an American citizen working for the FBI. Page's false cover as a Russia spy could be reused to get another warrant. This time it would be used to spy on President Donald, his administration, and anyone talking to them.

Only foreign citizens, can be spied upon using FISA. The FBI used Page as that "foreigner". Page has never been charged with a crime.

Page's first FBI cover as a Russian spy lasted three years, resulting in the conviction of a real Russian spy, Evgeny Buryakov, in Manhattan Federal Court on March 11, 2016.

Before the trial began, the FBI vouched for the credibility of Carter Page. They told the jury that Page is a true American, someone they should trust because the FBI did.

Here is the Justice Department's press release of this case:

https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/pr/evgeny-buryakov-pleads-guilty-manhattan-federal-court-connection-conspiracy-work

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/02/05/in-march-2016-carter-page-was-an-fbi-employee-in-october-2016-fbi-told-fisa-court-hes-a-spy/

After the Buryakov trial, Page is transformed from Mr. Hyde, an employee of the FBI, into Dr. Jekyll, Spy from Russia, an enemy of the United States. 

This transformation started in October, 2016 when the FBI needed a foreign citizen to be the surveillance magnet of the Trump Campaign for President. After all, Page's phony identity remained intact from his previous undercover mission in the Buryakov case. And the FBI already had phony documents dating back to 2013 to identify Page as a Russian businessman and spy. 

In sworn testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives' Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, dated Nov. 2, 2017, Page admitted his identity in the Buryakov case was leaked to the media by the FBI and Justice Department in the document below:

https://intelligence.house.gov/uploadedfiles/carter_page_hpsci_hearing_transcript_nov_2_2017.pdf

https://www.grassley.senate.gov/sites/default/files/constituents/2018-02-02%20CEG%20LG%20to%20DOJ%20FBI%20%28Unclassified%20Steele%20Referral%29.pdf

Another phony newspaper article could be planted and used as evidence to support renewing another warrant against Trump through June, 2017. It is linked here:

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/04/us/politics/carter-page-trump-russia.html

Carter Page was transformed back into Mr. Hyde, American citizen, last night, just in time for an interview on national television. It is in the second video below. 

Page had no attorney. He claimed no civil rights violations as a direct result of wrongful FBI surveillance. Page was absent rage commonly expressed by victims in these cases. He never claimed God told him to forgive his enemies.

Page never mentioned his life had been destroyed by the FBI. The interviewer did.

He never expressed the need to identify himself as a scapegoat that was used to spy on the President.

Cameras never captured him running away from the ambulance chasers in the legal profession trying to represent him to cash in on a big payday from a lawsuit. 

"Now you know the rest of the story".

Lionel Nation of http://lionelmedia.com/

Laura Ingraham, Fox News, on the left, interviewed Carter Page last night.

 

 

Carter Page in U.S. Navy.jpg

Carter Page, a graduate of the U.S. Navy Academy at Annapolis.

Carter Navy.jpg

Carter Page, center, with stars on both shoulders, short sleeves, arms folded.

Carter Page worked for FBI when planted into Trump campaign as Russian spy

Carter Page worked for FBI when planted into Trump campaign as Russian spy

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