Boris Epshteyn ran counterintel op from within the white house

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  1. Ham Socks #Professional Fighter

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    Source is palmerreport.com

    http://www.palmerreport.com/opinion...ence-operation-within-trump-white-house/2444/



    One month ago Boris Epshteyn quietly resigned from a high ranking position in Donald Trump’s White House, at the end of a week which had seen Congressman Devin Nunes trying to alert Trump that someone from the transition team had been caught on surveillance. It’s led to a number of questions about why Epshteyn suddenly bolted. Now comes a report that asserts Epshteyn was caught running a Russian counterintelligence operation within the White House.


    The intel community source belongs to Claude Taylor, a veteran of the Bill Clinton administration. The assertion is that Boris Epshteyn had been requesting raw data from the National Security Council in order to carry out a mole hunt on behalf of Russian counterintelligence (link), meaning an agency such as the FSB or GRU. If this proves correct, it would tie together a number of lingering questions about Epshteyn’s role in the ongoing Trump-Russia saga.

    For instance it’s widely suspected, though never confirmed, that Boris Epshteyn is the infamous “Source E” in former MI6 agent Christopher Steele’s Trump-Russia dossier (link). Much of the dossier itself has been confirmed since first leaked out. Source E is alleged to have set up Donald Trump with Russian prostitutes for the purpose of allowing the Kremlin to blackmail him, which in turn would mean that Source E was a Russian agent all along.

    Epshteyn never had a clearly defined role in the Donald Trump campaign, leading to the question of why he was really there. He was regularly used as a campaign surrogate on television, despite being so ill suited at it that other pundits would make fun of his ineptness to his face. He listed himself as a “Senior Adviser” to the Trump campaign on his own social media pages, despite seemingly not being in charge of anything. And he was one of the very few public faces of the Trump campaign who went on to also become a member of the transition team and a member of the Trump White House team.


    Earlier this month, other intel sources asserted that Epshteyn had been caught on surveillance discussing a plan to court Russian election collusion, along with Paul Manafort and Carter Page (link). There is also the fact that Epshteyn went off the grid for three key days in August which saw the Trump campaign allegedly wrapped up in everything from secret meetings to Russian hackers (link). And as was pointed out by reporter DeAnn Smith today (link), Epshteyn quit the White House just one day after FBI Director James Comey had visited the White House. This in turn was just a few days after the Devin Nunes meltdown about surveillance on a transition team that Epshteyn had been on.


    The essential question is whether or not Boris Epshteyn, who was born in the Soviet Union, has been a Russian counterintelligence agent all along. Is there publicly available proof of this? Absolutely not. But there is more than enough circumstantial evidence, combined with a growing list of assertions from various sources, to merit asking the question of whether or not Boris is Russian FSB.
     
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  2. reveler Green Belt

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    top 10 most trustworthy name ever
     
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    yet another shit thread from you citing palmerreport.com which is confirmed fake news

    what a joke
     
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    didnt @Madmick warn you about making threads about palmer report?
     
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  5. Ham Socks #Professional Fighter

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    Nope. As long as I cite my factual sources, I'm not breaking any rules.

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    Stopped reading after "Boris". Of course that dude is a Ruskie spy. Duh.
     
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  7. Ham Socks #Professional Fighter

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    How is it fake news when they cite THEIR factual sources?

    You gotta try harder than that.
     
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    The two government agents were arrested in December and were officials in the FSB -- the nation's top security agency that was once known as the KGB. One was Sergei Mikhailov, head of the FSB Information Security Centre. The other was his deputy, Dmitry Dokuchayev. Russian media outlets have been reporting the treason charges in recent days, citing anonymous sources.


    Russian security teams also arrested an employee of Russian internet security firm Kaspersky Lab. Ruslan Stoyanov was the head of the company's computer incidents investigation team, where he oversaw hacking investigations.


    In a statement, Kaspersky said he was under investigation "for a period predating his employment at Kaspersky Lab." He had joined the company in July 2012, according to his LinkedIn profile. Kaspersky also insisted it has "no political ties to any government."


    Pavlov would not disclose the identity of his client, the fourth man arrested. Pavlov told CNN that the charges against his client include providing help to "several special services of the United States."

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    Several American security experts, including those formerly employed by the U.S. National Security Agency, fear for the safety of these prisoners.


    Paul Rosenzweig, once the Department of Homeland Security's deputy assistant secretary for policy, recently speculated that these men could be killed for providing information to the United States.


    "Their blood may be on our hands," Rosenzweig wrote last week in a widely read national security blog.

    http://money.cnn.com/2017/02/01/news/fsb-kaspersky-arrests/index.html

    Americans had these guys in deep and for awhile to reach the levels they did. And all of a sudden a month after Trump wins the election and right around when he'd be getting full bore intelligence briefings and intel access Russia starts making the arrests??
     
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    Definitely shady
     
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    I have posted the info in the other threads discussing Trump and there's some more coming up I'm not going to duplicate it. Suffice it to say that considering the amount of Jews and Israeli dual citizens surrounding Trump anyone who believes that it's 'Russia' who is pulling his strings is just not a fully-functioning adult person.
     
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