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Mueller knew that Manifort was communicating with a State Department Asset and not a Russian agent.

https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/447394-key-figure-that-mueller-report-linked-to-russia-was-a-state-department

Mueller knew that Manifort was communicating with a State Department Asset and not a Russian agent. The FBI had documents on  the guy since before the investigation and the council was briefed long before the end of the investigation.

This is very damning given the proposal for peace was given to the state department months before, not to Trump's people in August.

They are literally accusing Trump for what they did this is a clear case.

We also know they were trying to plant people in Trump's circle for the sole purpose of creating a crime and to steal intelligence.

This is shown in state department emails.

 

The FBI has confirmed several of the claims in this article this is not something to put off read it now!

Flynn also knew about this guy but also was warned about Steele as well:

https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/446050-did-brits-warn-about-steeles-credibility-before-muellers-probe-congress#.XO8REW2b-dk.twitter

Maybe this is why Flynn was targeted for removal? Did they set him up too? It's hard to know what is real with so much planted evidence and hidden exculpatory evidence.

We suspect most people involved in the Trump-Russia stuff in the FBI knew about these issues in early 2017. This is what we need to focus on. Who knew what and when did they know it. We could bust the whole report out of  the water.

There are more ties to China, Ukraine, and Qatar in all this than Russia. Russia is seemingly completely uninvolved in the Trump-Russia scandal.

New evidence that Flynn was targeted by FBI as early as 2015. He has lately turned offense in his case.

Larry Johnson thinks Solomon makes too much of Kilimnick's State Department association (i.e. the insinuation that he was an "asset"), but without giving credence to the Mueller Report's contrasting insinuation that Kilimnick's contacts with Manafort were in some way nefarious:

https://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2019/06/john-solomon-gets-it-wrong-on-kilimnik-by-larry-c-johnson.html