Friday, March 3, 2017

Back Door Man

The White (Supremacist) House was forced to acknowledge that Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak met with disgraced former National Security Advisor Michael "Jack D. Ripper" Flynn and up-and-coming grifter Jared "Mr. Ivanka Trump" Kushner at Trump Tower in December. Yesterday's acknowledgement is apparently part of a Nixonian strategy of "limited hangout" to release info that's about to be published anyway. It comes just after the bombshell disclosure that Attorney General for the Confederate States of America and evil elf Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III had met with Kislyak but lied about it in his Senate confirmation hearings.

What makes the December meeting with Kushner et al highly suspicious is the manner in which Kislyak entered Trump Tower. He was hustled in through a private entrance, not through the public front entrance, where cameras (C-SPAN, etc.) were filming the comings and goings of various political and celebrity hacks eager to curry favor or seek employment with the new administration. The Trumpers clearly didn't want the Russian ambassador to be seen entering and leaving Trump Tower so soon after an election known to be tainted by Russian hacking, rumormongering and other dirty tricks. And Kislyak himself? It's naive to think that he fills his day with tea and cookie receptions and charity functions:
"Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador, is considered by US intelligence to be one of Russia's top spies and spy-recruiters in Washington, according to current and former senior US government officials."
It's common knowledge that the U.S. intelligence community monitors Kislyak's communications regularly, and likely has a trove of information about these secretive meetings with the "back door man" that are just waiting to see the light of day.

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