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FBI Set Up Sting Operation Against Papadopoulos Using a Suitcase Full of $10,000 In Cash

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The Federal Bureau of Investigations set up a sting operation against former Trump adviser George Papadopoulos, attempting to frame the then 29-year-old with $10,000, warns attorney Victoria Toensing.

Papadopoulos was vacationing in Greece with his then-fiance, Simona Mangiante, during the summer of 2016, Toensing explained in an interview with former White House aide and talk radio show host Sebastian Gorka, when he was approached by someone who was supposedly impressed with his credentials.

Toensing, a former Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice, claimed the individual who she believes was an FBI agent told Papadopoulos he wanted to do business with him and allegedly persuaded the political operative into traveling to Israel to make a deal.

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“After he was put on the Trump campaign as a foreign policy advisor, unpaid, very informally – met the president one time in a meeting with a bunch of people – he was vacationing with his then-fiancée in Greece and this guy starts knocking at his door basically to say, ‘Hey I really want to deal with you, you’re really important and so will you just come to Israel and talk to me about making a deal.’

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Papadopoulos questioned why the individual needed him to travel to Israel and the man persisted “I need you in Israel,” Toensing explained.

When in Israel, the spy invited Papadopoulos into his hotel room and presented him with a suitcase filled with $10,000 in cash. Following his fiancé’s advice, Papadopoulos gave the money to his attorney and returned to the United States.

“Papadopoulos’ wife is very smart and says don’t [take the cash], leave it here. They left it in Greece with his lawyer,” Toensing said.

When he arrived at Dulles airport in Virginia, he was immediately searched by the FBI and apprehended.

“He flew back to Dulles and the second he landed, the FBI surrounded him and started searching everything that he had,” she continued. “In fact, they already had his baggage from the plane. He couldn’t believe they got his baggage.”

One of the FBI agents warned Papadopolous during his arrest, “This is what happens when you work for Donald Trump,” Toensing claimed.

In an interview with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo, Papadopoulos called on investigators to examine the $10,000 cash payments he received from the man he alleges was a spy.

“I actually want Congress, Barr, Horowitz, Huber to review the bills because I still have the bills and I think they are marked,” he said. “Something insidious was going on here. I think these bills that are still in Athens right now must be examined by the investigators, because I think they are marked and they’re going to go all the way back to DOJ, under the previous FBI under Comey, and even the Mueller team.

“If the Mueller team is going around entrapping campaign associates and Trump associates, the way they did to me, I am sure it wasn’t just me they did it to, and it is going to open up a massive can of worms and I think we need to get to the bottom of exactly, not only how did this story start, but why were they entrapping us moving forward.”

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White Student Government Leaders Resign from Their Positions Because of White Guilt

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The President and the Vice President of the University of Connecticut’s Undergraduate Student Government recently stepped down from their posts.

And they did so because of white guilt.

VP Alex Ose stepped down last week, according to a report from The Daily Campus. She alluded to “the climate and incidents of racial injustice across the country and at the university.” But as Greg Piper of the College Fix noted she did so “without elaborating on what’s wrong at UConn (or why she can’t address the perceived problem as an elected official)”.

Ose stated:

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I feel that it is my duty to step down from my position to make space for BIPOC (black, indigineous and people of color) voices to truly rise and be heard. It is my responsibility to make space, not to create an echo.

Ose also called on the rest of the white members of the student government to resign. She challenged her white colleagues to think about the “intent” they have in holding leadership positions and consider making space for BIPC students.

President Joshua Crow wasn’t as radical when he resigned.

“It is important in this time to ensure that marginalized groups have the platforms they need,” he declared, according to The Daily Campus.

Funny enough, Piper pointed out that “Crow’s temporary replacement is … another white guy, Will Schad.”

None of what we see taking place at UConn is occurring in a vacuum. It’s all a part of the cultural revolution that has taken place since the death of George Floyd.

Since the Right has largely put up a feckless defense against the Left as of lately, such groveling to PC mobs will continue at breakneck speeds.

America needs a real opposition to these cultural radicals.

 

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