90 Miles From Tyranny : Lawsuit Alleges Commie Brennan Received Info From ‘FBI Spy’ To Target Flynn And Trump

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Lawsuit Alleges Commie Brennan Received Info From ‘FBI Spy’ To Target Flynn And Trump



Russian-British academic Svetlana Lokhova amended her defamation lawsuit in late August, suggesting that an FBI informant central to the bureau’s investigation into President Trump and Russia was also supplying information to former CIA Director John Brennan regarding former Trump National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, according to the amended lawsuit reviewed by SaraACarter.com.

Stefan Halper, a U.S. foreign policy scholar and senior fellow at the University of Cambridge, allegedly delivered erroneous intelligence on Lokhova and Flynn to the intelligence community. The false information was regarding a seminar dinner Lokhova and Flynn attended in April 2014, in Cambridge, England. Brennan referred in general terms about concerns he had with Trump campaign officials in his May, 2017 testimony before Congress. During the hearing before the House Intelligence Committee, Brennan told lawmakers that he was “increasingly concerned” that “Trump associates” were being manipulated by “Russian intelligence services.”
Steven Biss, who represents Lokhova in the lawsuit against multiple media outlets and Halper, said he believes Brennan’s testimony was referring to Flynn and Lokhova. Biss also noted that the most likely source for Brennan was Halper. Halper spread malicious lies to smear both Flynn and Lokhova in the media and those lies were used to target the Trump administration, the lawsuit states.

“It takes courage to tell the truth,” Biss told SaraACarter.com Thursday. “It takes enormous strength to expose the rot in U.S. intelligence. Svetlana Lokhova gets it. She understands that being right, doing right and telling the truth will make

According to Lokhova’s lawsuit, Halper, who helped establish the Cambridge Intelligence Seminar, was behind the false news reports that Flynn had some sort of illicit relationship with Lokhova. Lokhova’s lawsuit accuses multiple news organizations of publishing lies provided by Halper, a former Cambridge professor.

Lokhova, who is a British citizen, is also suing Halper for spreading malicious rumors that she is a Russian spy. The lawsuit states “for at least forty (40) years, Halper has been intimately involved in clandestine campaign-intelligence gathering operations.” As reported in the New York Times on July 7, 1983 Halper was used to spy on President Jimmy Carter’s campaign. According to the story sources “identified Stefan A. Halper, a campaign aide involved in providing 24-hour news updates and policy ideas to...



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1 comment:

  1. The seething hatred that is always on this man's face is scary!!

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