Newly Released Documents Shows Crossfire Hurricane Investigation Had No Basis From the Start

Newly Released Documents Shows Crossfire Hurricane Investigation Had No Basis From the Start

While the leftists tried their best to deny the existence of this operation, the evidence is now out there. The electronic communication that was used to spy on the current president was obtained by Judicial Watch. Crossfire Hurricane is the name of this counterintelligence operation.

Peter Strzok was responsible for opening the operation back in 2016. All he and his cronies had were some unfounded suspicions but that did not stop them from trying to act on them. The idea was a simple one: Trump had been in communication with the Russians and they were looking to derail the election by rigging things in his favor.

The FBI and the Department of Justice have done everything in their power to prevent the release of this electronic communication. They do not want the general public to know about the lies that they have been subjected to. The fact that the leftists are trying their best to ignore the release of new information is pretty funny, too.

The entire spy operation was unfounded and it’s the sort of scam that should cause people to lose their jobs. The document has now been declassified but there are still redactions that will have to be addressed. According to the electronic communication, Peter Strzok started Crossfire Hurricane without any firsthand information.

In fact, the information that was used came from a third-hand source! They wanted to believe that the Russian government was meddling in the election, even though there was little to no evidence to support this narrative. That didn’t stop the Democrats from doing everything in their power to will the narrative into existence.

Strzok even tried to take down George Papadopoulos. He claimed that George Papadopoulos was actively working to confer with individuals about the Russians. According to Strzok’s allegations, Papadopoulos is said to have made claims about the Russians’ ability to provide damning information about Hillary Clinton that would be of use to Trump during his campaign.

No one knows if the Russians were supposedly referring to materials that were already available in the public sphere. It is also unclear if any official offer was made to the Trump team or if they even considered it. No wonder the FBI and DOJ were not willing to allow this information to be released.

It casts serious doubt on their ability to ever remain partial. Too many governing bodies have allowed their personal opinions about the president to guide their decision making. We have never seen anything quite like this before. The Obama administration did not have any basis for the spy operation that they stand accused of launching and eventually, these criminals must be brought to justice.

Via Judicial Watch:


Re: [Redacted] 07/31/2016


(U/ /FOUO) Legat [Redacted] information from [Redacted] Deputy Chief of Mission

(U/ /FOUO) Legat [Redacted] received information from the [Redacted] Deputy Chief of Mission related to the hacking of the Democratic National Committee’s website/server.

(S/ /REL TO USA[Redacted] On Wednesday, July 27, 2016, Legal Attaché (Legat) [Redacted] was summoned to the Office of the Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) for the [Redacted] who will be leaving [Redacted] post Saturday July 30, 2016 and set to soon thereafter retire from government service, advised [Redacted] was called by [Redacted] about an urgent matter requiring an in person meeting with the U.S. Ambassador. [Note: [Redacted]. The [Redacted] was scheduled to be away from post until mid-August, therefore [Redacted] attended the meeting.

(S/ [Redacted]) [Redacted] advised that [Redacted] government had been seeking prominent members of the Donald Trump campaign in which to engage to prepare for potential post-election relations should Trump be elected U.S. President. One of the people identified was George Papadopolous (although public media sources provide a spelling of Papadopoulos), who was believed to be one of Donald Trump’s foreign policy advisers. Mr. Papdopoulos was located in [Redacted] so the [Redacted] met with him on several occasions, with [Redacted] attending at least one of the meetings.

(S/ [Redacted]) [Redacted] recalled [Redacted] of the meetings between Mr. Papdopolous and [Redacted] concerning statements Mr. Papadopolous made about suggestions from the Russians that they (the Russians) could assist the Trump campaign with the anonymous release of information during the campaign that would be damaging to Hillary Clinton. [Redacted] provided a copy of the reporting that was provided to [Redacted] from [Redacted] to Legal [Redacted]. The text is exactly as follows:

(Begin Text)

(S/ [Redacted]) 5. Mr. Papadopolous [Redacted] also suggested the Trump team had received some kind of suggestion from Russia that it could assist this process with the anonymous release of information during the campaign that would be damaging to Mrs. Clinton (and President Obama). It was unclear whether he or the Russians were referring to material acquired publicly of through other means. It was also unclear how Mr. Trump’s team reacted to the offer. We note the Trump team’s reaction could, in the end, have little bearing of what Russia decides to do, with or without Mr. Trump’s cooperation.
(End Text)

(s/ [Redacted]
(s/ [Redacted] Legat requests that further action on this information should consider the sensitivity that this information was provided through informal diplomatic channels from [Redacted] to the U.S. Embassy’s DCM. It was clear from the conversation Legal [Redacted]
had with DCM that [Redacted] knew follow-up by the U.S. government would be necessary, but extraordinary efforts should be made to protect the source of this information until such a time that a request from our organization can be made to [Redacted] to obtain this information through formal channels.


(S/ / CC/NF) Based on the information provided by Legat [Redacted] this investigation is being opened to determine whether individual(s) associated with the Trump campaign are witting of and/or coordinating activities with the Government of Russia.

Crossfire Hurricane was a complete and total scam that was based on little more than hearsay and gossip. Judicial Watch is here to expose the lies and true Americans are sure to be grateful. Everyone who called this investigation a hoax from the beginning must feel pretty vindicated at the moment.

Strzok should start counting his days because we are not going to be surprised if he faces criminal charges for what he has done here. It’s not like you can launch an investigation that is this serious (that is also based on nothing of note) and then shrug your shoulders when it blows up in your face. This is not the type of situation that anyone can expect to walk away from scot-free.

Democrats think that they can do and say anything, without having to experience any consequences. They accused a sitting president of actively working with foreign adversaries to rig an election and now that there is no evidence to support that claim? It’s like they want to simply say “my bad” and we’re all supposed to move on with our lives without giving their behavior so much as a second thought.

The clickbait is at an all-time high and we hope that people are ready to start vetting their sources more often. The left has fallen into the trap of believing any story that sounds good to their ears. There is no reason for the rest of the nation to follow suit. The Obamagate scandal is clearly here to stay and we hope that they are ready for the legal battle that they are about to embark on.


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