New York Times and FBI Criminals

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New York Times and FBI Criminals | Beth Tacerly

Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Makes Public 2 Declassified FBI Memos

MEMO 1: Expose of FBI Liars

The FBI conducted a three day interview in early 2017 with the primary sub source used by Christopher Steele for his fake dossier. The sub source is not a Russian; he’s just a contract worker for Steele’s firm. He was flabbergasted by Steele’s manipulation of the information he shared with him. The sub source made it sound as if Steele had so drastically changed it for the dossier that it was almost unrecognizable.

MEMO 2: Expose of New York Times Liars


Claim in NYT article: “Phone records and intercepted calls show that members of Donald J. Trump’s presidential campaign and other Trump associates had repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials in the year before the election, according to four current and former American officials.”

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Annotated Note by Strzok: “This statement is misleading and inaccurate as written. We have not seen evidence of any individuals in contact with Russians (both Governmental and non-Governmental)” and “There is no known intel affiliation, and little if any [government of Russia] affiliation[.] FBI investigation has shown past contact between [Trump campaign volunteer Carter] Page and the SVR [Foreign Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation], but not during his association with the Trump campaign.”


Claim in NYT article: “… one of the advisers picked up on the [intercepted] calls was Paul Manafort, who was Mr. Trump’s campaign chairman for several months …”

Annotated Note by Strzok: “We are unaware of any calls with any Russian government official in which Manafort was a party.”

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Claim in NYT article: “The FBI has obtained banking and travel records …”

Annotated Note by Strzok: “We do not yet have detailed banking records.”


Claim in NYT article: “Officials would not disclose many details, including what was discussed on the calls, and how many of Trump’s advisers were talking to the Russians.”

Annotated Note by Strzok: “Again, we are unaware of ANY Trump advisers engaging in conversations with Russian intel officials” and “Our coverage has not revealed contact between Russian intelligence officers and the Trump team.”


Claim in NYT article: “The FBI asked the NSA to collect as much information as possible about the Russian operatives on the phone calls …”

Annotated Note by Strzok: “If they did we are not aware of those communications.”


Claim in NYT article: “The FBI has closely examined at least four other people close to Mr. Trump … Carter Page … Roger Stone… and Mr. Flynn.”

Annotated Note by Strzok: “We have not investigated Roger Stone.”


Claim by NYT: “Senior FBI officials believe … Christopher Steele … has a credible track record.”

Annotated Note by Strzok: “Recent interviews and investigation, however, reveal Steele may not be in a position to judge the reliability of subsource network.”


Claim by NYT: “The FBI’s investigation into Mr. Manafort began last spring [2016].”

Annotated Note by Strzok: “This is inaccurate … our investigation of Manafort was opened in August 2016.”


Claim by NYT: “The bureau did not have enough evidence to obtain a warrant for a wiretap of Mr. Manafort’s communications, but it had the NSA closely scrutinize the communications of Ukrainian officials he had met.”

Annotated Note by Strzok: “This is inaccurate …”


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