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Report: Brett Kimberlin and DNC Staffer Helped Push ‘Russiagate’ to Feds

Posted on | June 13, 2018 | Comments Off on Report: Brett Kimberlin and DNC Staffer Helped Push ‘Russiagate’ to Feds

‘Speedway Bomber’ Brett Kimberlin was sentenced to 50 years in 1981

From the Populist TV Morning Report:

In an exclusive report, Lee Stranahan highlighted a Facebook post by operative Alexandra Chalupa made the day after the 2016 election where Chalupa said: “Homeland Security / DOJ teamed up with a group that is part of Anonymous based in Washington D.C. called “The Protectors.”
The alleged hacking group “The Protectors” is believed to actually be convicted serial bomber Brett Kimberlin, who worked with Chalupa during and after the election.
A 2012 story about The Protectors has more details on the sketchy claims about the group that Chalupa said worked with the Obama administration.

If you don’t follow Stranahan on Twitter, you may have missed this important news, which Lee livestreamed via Periscope.

Before he went live on Twitter with this report, Lee called me to explain what he had discovered. Alexandra Chalupa was a DNC staffer who left that job in summer 2016 to focus full-time on the Trump/Russia angle. Her association with Kimberlin was reported in 2017. Yet until Lee started poking around, no one seems to have caught the significance of her Facebook post, in which she asserted that “The Protectors” (apparently an online front for Kimberlin’s tax-exempt Justice Through Music Project, and likely involving Neal Rauhauser) had “teamed up” with federal agencies to encourage investigation of the phony Russian “collusion” narrative. Such a connection, if proven, would almost certainly be of interest to current DOJ officials trying to get to the bottom of so-called “Deep State” efforts by federal employees to sabotage the Trump administration. Expect more news about this.

UPDATE: Linked by Vox Day — thanks!




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