Democrat Spying Bombshells Hitting The Headlines

It started on Thursday afternoon once the clamor from the Attorney General standing up the House Judiciary Committee was at a fever pitch. The New York Times published an expose sort of story on the FBI hired woman who was sent to cozy up to then Trump campaign staffer George Papadopoulos. To his credit, PapaD recognized that the honey pot was a spy, and the only bone he had to pick with the Gray Lady’s reporting is who the woman worked for.

PapaD’s twitter feed is loaded with tweets regarding him being a target of the opposition as well as media appearances for him to talk about it, but the reality and take away here is that the mainstream media is now forced to put the information out in headlines, most likely in order to get ahead of the reports coming out of the Department of Justice dealing with spying on political campaigns.

On the heels of that bombshell release came one from John Solomon at The Hill that claims people at the Ukranian Embassy tell of the Democrat National Committee coming to them for help in finding muck to toss at now President Trump during the campaign.

In its most detailed account yet, the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington says a Democratic National Committee (DNC) insider during the 2016 election solicited dirt on Donald Trump’s campaign chairman and even tried to enlist the country’s president to help.

In written answers to questions, Ambassador Valeriy Chaly’s office says DNC contractor Alexandra Chalupa sought information from the Ukrainian government on Paul Manafort’s dealings inside the country, in hopes of forcing the issue before Congress.

Chalupa later tried to arrange for Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to comment on Manafort’s Russian ties on a U.S. visit during the 2016 campaign, the ambassador said.

Chaly says that, at the time of the contacts in 2016, the embassy knew Chalupa primarily as a Ukrainian-American activist and learned only later of her ties to the DNC. He says the embassy considered her requests an inappropriate solicitation of interference in the U.S. election.

Interesting. So, now another of the approached parties is getting ahead of the reports due to come out possibly.

And none of them implicate President Trump or anyone on his campaign staff of wrongdoing or solicitation of insider information.


There is bound to be more to come on this story. In the meantime, pass the popcorn.

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