2:10 PM 12/16/2017 – M.N.: Strzok and Page were removed from the Mueller’s investigation and they or their positions cannot taint it. What is more important, is the media hysteria around them.

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M.N.: Strzok and Page were removed from the Mueller’s investigation, and they or their positions cannot taint it. What is more important, is the media hysteria around them. It reminds me the situation with Mrs. Clinton’s emails, which, I think, was used as a diversion maneuver, to deflect attention from Trump and his issues. Now Strzok-Page affair is used to fan the flames of the mythical “anti-Trump” conspiracy within the FBI. This is the “turning the tables on your opponent” device: the real FBI conspiracy or the infamous “FBI cabal” was pro-Trump and was represented and conducted, and quite efficiently, by Giuliani, Kallstrom, and others. To turn the tables in this fashion is one of the favorite instruments in Putin’s toolbox, among many other politicians and manipulators, of course. 

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