Skip to comments.Flashback: First FISA Request on Trump Tower Came After Clinton and AG Lynch Met Privately on Tarmac
Posted on 03/05/2017 11:31:53 AM PST by wtd
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Thanks for the info about the tarmac meeting between Lynch and billyjeff occurring —after— the FISA.
Somebody put up a link to info on one of the other threads, and the link has the phrase “tea leaves” in it.
I tried searching for it and can’t find it.
Found it; h/t piasa
WildHighlander57 wrote: "Somebody put up a link to info on one of the other threads, and the link has the phrase tea leaves in it. I tried searching for it and cant find it.
I believe you are searching for information posted in comment #13 by Piasa, right here on this thread.
In this ABCNews video clip, former AG Michael Mukasey conveniently stated @ 1:57
The FBI keeps track of people who act as agents of foreign governments. They keep track of people who act as agents of the Chinese, the Russians, the Israelis...everyone.
Coincidentally, those nations tie in ever so conveniently with the following reports posted simultaneously on November 1, 2016:
Is a Russian Jewish oligarch with Israeli citizenship and close ties to both Vladimir Putin and Benjamin Netanyahu running a secret cyber-communications channel between Donald Trumps presidential campaign and Russian authorities?
So, the Russian whose bank was renting space in Trump Tower also happens to be a Jew with ties to Netanyahu and possesses dual citizenship in Israel and Russia.
Also, November 3, 2016:
Christopher Davis is CEO of cybersecurity firm HYAS InfoSec in Nanaimo. / CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
A Nanaimo cybersecurity expert was recently called upon to help shed light on cryptic information gleaned from a computer scientist about communications between the Trump presidential campaign and a Russian bank. The computer scientist, who goes by the alias Tea Leaves, is one of just a few people worldwide entrusted with a list of nearly all the web servers in the world who hunt malware, programming such as viruses and other hostile software that can damage networks, disrupt communication and control systems, steal information or commit other malicious acts. Their work helps protect private users, businesses, governments, anyone connected to the Internet.[snip]
Davis received the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigations Directors Award in 2013 for bringing down an international network of more than 15 million computers, hijacked by malware to steal passwords, credit card numbers and personal data in 2009. . .
Many thanks, wtd!
This post by piasa is on a different thread (yesterday’s), has a link with the name tea leaves in it, which goes to an earlier FR article (Oct 31):
This tea leaves person ties into the team of Indiana U cyberexperts led by Clinton supporter and professor L Jean Camp
...And the Indiana U group led by Prof. camp was involved in faking a “Russian propaganda campaign” designed to look like Russians were supporting Judge Roy Moore’s campaign in Alabama...hoping this would cause patriotic voters to withdraw support for Moore.
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