Liberals were overjoyed when they found out about George Papadopoulos, an energy consultant on the Trump campaign with close ties to the Russian government. They were sure they had found the smoking gun. They were finally going to get Trump right where they wanted him.
You never heard about him? I’m not surprised and I can tell you why. Papadopoulos tried to arrange up to eight meetings between the Russians (including Putin) and the Trump campaign but each time was turned down flat with some campaign workers totally ignoring him.
That is why you never heard of him or his connections to Russia. It runs counter to what the fake news organizations want you to know. The Washington Post thought they had what they needed when they found out about Papadopoulos and his emails, but what they weren’t counting on were emails that proved that the Trump campaign actually turned down meetings, even though Papadopoulos told them he could put them in direct contact with Putin or his top deputies.
Papadopoulos sent his first inquiry on March 24, 2016, just three days after he was announced as an adviser on the campaign. In an email to Clovis, which had the subject line, “Meeting with Russian Leadership – Including Putin,” Papadopoulos suggested “a meeting between us and the Russian leadership to discuss US-Russia ties under President Trump.”
Clovis opposed the idea.
“We thought we probably should not go forward with any meeting with the Russians until we have had occasion to sit with our NATO allies,” Clovis responded, according to The Post.
Chuck Kubic, a retired rear admiral and campaign foreign policy adviser, also cautioned against the request.
“Just want to make sure that no one on the team outruns their headlights and embarrasses the campaign,” he wrote.
Carter Page, another campaign volunteer, was included on the email chain. Page has been a central figure in the ongoing Russia probe, which is now being led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Last year, the FBI obtained a foreign intelligence surveillance warrant against Page after he visited Moscow in July. He has denied meeting with Russian government officials to discuss the campaign.
Congress needs to take action against fake news sources like CNN, NBC, New York Times and the WaPo and insist that they register themselves as propaganda agents for the DNC.
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