5 thoughts on “Another Arkancide?”

  1. That was my thought as well.

    But give the KlintonKrimeKartel kredit (sic), they’re past leaving bodies laying around where they can be found – like in Fort Marcy Park.

  2. It’s interesting that the DNC was trying to sue this guy even though it looks like he was critical to initiating spying on the Trump campaign and the following coup attempt. It makes me think that when the DNC says he is probably dead, that they just don’t want anyone to find him (regardless of hist current state of life). He could be living a plush life in a CIA safe house someplace.

    Turns out the Misfud worked for the Clinton Foundation.

    “I am a member of the European Council on Foreign relations”, he adds, “and you know which is the only foundation I am member of? The Clinton Foundation.


  3. Wait… Misfud is the one who approached Papadopolous and suggested the Russians have dirt on Hillary… and Misfud used to work for the Clinton foundation…. Then two Russian agents fly over (requiring in the case of at least one special approval from the State Department) to visit Trump Tower for the meeting, and stop by Fusion GPS (secretly working for the Clinton campaign, paid via falsified “legal fees”, and funneling money to Steele for the “dossier”) both before and after said meeting?

    I think it’s looking pretty clear that this whole thing was a sting op, orchestrated by the Clinton campaign, with the connivance (for the FISA warrants, etc,) of some people in the FBI. It’s the “insurance policy” they were talking about.

    However, this does not mean there was no collusion with Russia. I think this shows there was; being able to whistle up some real Russian agents to send to Trump Tower is quite a capability, and one that defacto requires working with the Putin regime.

    And now a key link, Misfud, is reported to be oh so conveniently dead.

    My guess; if Misfud is still alive, it’s not a CIA safe house he’s in. It’s a GRU one.

      1. Good point.

        I have a hunch he’ll not be seen again. He’s either been given a new identity, or he’s residing in a secluded spot that happens to be six feet under.

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