July 27, 2021

Deep State Connections: How to Frame a President

Deep State Connections: How to Frame a President

Deep State Connections: How to Frame a President

A USA Today article, that was written in October of last year, stated: “The Senate Intelligence Committee is still investigating possible collusion between Trump Campaign and Russia.” After more than a year of investigations into the phony Trump Russia collusion fairy tale, the Senate Intelligence Committee is still busy trying to dig up evidence that they know doesn’t exist. I find this troubling because the Russian collusion trail leads back to Democrats, the Hillary campaign and the Obama administration. There’s no evidence of a Trump-Russia collusion, but there’s plenty of evidence that the Trump-Russia collusion myth was a setup.

On February 2, the NY Times wrote an article titled “Carter Page, Ex-Trump Aide Once Shunned by Right, Is Back at the Center of the Russia Case.” This is important because it places Carter Page in the middle of another Russian spy investigation. The Times article stated, “Mr. Page (Carter Page) has openly acknowledged he is the unnamed male referred to in federal court documents about Mr. Podobny.” Podobny was one of the defendants in a Russian spy ring that had connections to Carter Page. Other than Page’s involvement in the Russian spy case, nobody had ever heard of him before.

Moreover, although Page was involved with a Russian spy ring, he was not charged in the case. It’s not wishful thinking to conclude that Page owed the FBI for giving him a get out of jail free card. However, a better explanation is that Page was an under-cover intelligence agent? The case for Page being an intelligence asset is much greater than the media acknowledges. Page is a Naval Academy graduate, and during his senior year at the Naval Academy, he worked in the office of Les Aspin as a researcher for the House Armed Services Committee during the Clinton administration.

In addition, Page served in the U.S. Navy for five years, during which, he served as an “intelligence officer”. Based on his background, it’s logical to conclude that Page has intelligence gathering experience, and he has connections within the government and intelligence agencies. It’s easy to conclude from Page’s background that he is not a Russian agent or the bumbling fool the media and court documents portray him as. His background and qualifications, graduating at the top of his Naval Academy class, doesn’t exactly fit the picture of a bumbling fool, and his service in the U.S Navy, along with his military intelligence experience, doesn’t fit the picture of a dumb businessman caught up in a Russian spy case.

Charles Wills is a retired Engineer.
Since retirement, he has devoted much of his free time to reading and researching world and biblical history. He enjoys reading and collecting old books, especially textbooks published before the turn of the 20th century, as well as writing about the
wealth of information hidden in them.

Source: Canada Free Press