Gowdy Hints Papadopoulos Transcripts Are Exculpatory

Former South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy told Maria Bartiromo on Sunday that there is “potentially game-changing” evidence regarding George Papadopoulos and the Trump-Russia collusion hoax.


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Gowdy hinted that he had seen transcripts involving Papa-D with exculpatory information about the Russia collision fable.

“If the bureau’s going to send in an informant in, the informant’s going to be wired, and if the bureau is monitoring telephone calls, there’s going to be a transcript of that,” Gowdy stated.

That makes sense. If the FBI/CIA had some spies snuggling up to Papa-D, there most certainly would be transcripts of all the conversations and interactions to use in potential legal actions. If they also had gotten a warrant for his communications, there would be copies of emails and text communications and transcripts of his phone calls.

“Some of us have been fortunate enough to know whether or not those transcripts exist. But they haven’t been made public, and I think one in particular is going — it has the potential to actually persuade people. Very little in this Russia probe I’m afraid is going to persuade people who hate Trump or love Trump. But there is some information in these transcripts that has the potential to be a game-changer if it’s ever made public.”

The DoJ claims that the Trump/Russia counterintelligence investigation began in July 31 after Australian diplomat Alexander Downer, most likely a spy-informant, reported that he had a conversation with Papa-D where Papa-D told him that the Russians had some dirt on Hillary Clinton. Downer waited, allegedly, months before telling the U.S. government. Papa-D had heard this gossip from another foreigner, FBI spy-informant Stephan Halper.

All curious meetings with Trump officials took place overseas, notably.

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About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

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