For a time, former Trump campaign official Carter Page was seen as Darth Vader. Why? Well, he might be a Russian asset because he did some work in the country when he worked for Merrill Lynch. Oh, and he was alleged to be some key player in the collusion scheme between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin based on the unverified and now totally debunked dossier compiled by ex-MI6 spook Christopher Steele. That piece of political opposition research was funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and used as credible evidence to secure a FISA spy warrant on Page.
He was also targeted in the FBI’s covert surveillance operation where informants tried to glean information from him, George Papadopoulos, and Sam Clovis under false pretenses and then relay that information to a third party from the Department of Justice. But don’t call it spying. Page’s name and reputation were destroyed based on left-wing lunacy about the Russians helping Trump. And now he can set the record straight, signing a major book deal with Regnery:
Regnery Publishing today announced a major deal with Carter Page—the man at the center of one of the biggest scandals in U.S. history—to release a book in August of 2020. In this inside story of the Russia-collusion hoax, Page will reveal how our nation’s top law enforcement officials abused their power and framed an innocent American citizen in their effort to take down Donald Trump. Page’s account will name the men and women inside the United States government who worked to subvert democracy in an attempted coup against the president.
Written from Page’s unique perspective as a major primary target at the very center of this drama, the book cuts to the core of real-world events that have— and remain to be—dramatically mischaracterized by slanderous headlines from the most prominent mainstream media outlets. The book will contain never-before-revealed details from Page’s firsthand knowledge of what happened behind-the-scenes during the Russia-collusion hoax and will shed light on the high-level corruption that allowed such an egregious abuse of power to occur.
“Although my name was cleared by the Horowitz report, I don’t know if I will ever get my reputation back,” said Page said in the press release. “The multiple parties involved in the Russia-collusion hoax—including the DNC, the mainstream media, and Justice Department—must be held accountable. I still have many questions about that investigation. If you value your privacy, reputation, and right to political expression, you should, too.”
Oh, yes, there are questions, like whether the FBI actually vetted the Trump dossier. Based on what has transpired, it appears they didn’t. There are glaring errors in the document, errors that could be easily pointed out. It’s no wonder why disgraced former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe was very cagy about answering this question back in 2017. Not to mention, he’s mentioned in texts between another disgraced FBI agent, Peter Strzok, and his mistress, Lisa Page, where the two mention an “insurance policy” against Trump. McCabe, known as “Andy” in one peculiar exchange, was said to be in on the meeting about this “insurance policy.” This reportedly is a reference to the Trump dossier.
Bonus: Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who is the starting quarterback for the Trump-Russia collusion nonsense and ensuing impeachment push, is probably a sociopath.
If you don't feel sympathy for someone who was wrongly smeared for years as being a traitor, and who was spied on by his own government due to FBI lying & subterfuge, then you're not only unqualified to wield power but probably also a sociopath.— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) December 22, 2019
In other words: Adam Schiff. https://t.co/HGoroBIWv8