DC Bar Restores Status of Only Individual Sentenced in Trump-Russia Coup Who Texted “Viva le Resistance”
The only individual sentence in the Trump-Russia coup attempt by the Deep State has been given his bar license back in Washington DC. This multi-million dollar attempted coup to remove President Trump from office was all a setup from Hillary Clinton and based on complete lies.
FBI Lawyer Kevin Clinesmith was given probation. The only individual to receive any sort of penalty for the attempted coup of President Trump, Clinesmith doctored a CIA email, reportedly lied to his FBI supervisor, which then caused the FBI/DOJ to lie to the FISA Court. For this he received probation.
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Clinesmith was caught texting anti-Trump emails while working on the Hillary and Trump investigations but his crime had nothing to do with these texts from late 2016. The DOJ and FBI want us to believe that nothing wrong was done at the time of the first Carter Page FISA application which provided cover for these institutions to spy on candidate and President Trump.
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Clinesmith sent a number of pro-Clinton, anti-Trump political messages over the FBI’s computer system, which the report said “raised concerns about potential bias” that may have impacted the investigation.
On page 445 of the DOJ’s IG report on Hillary Clinton’s emails, there is a discussion of what Attorney 2 (Clinesmith) from the FBI texted on October 28, 2016 –
Among the general discussion of political issues by FBI Attorney 2, we identified three instant message exchanges that raised concerns of potential bias. The first of these exchanges was on October 28, 2016, shortly after Comey’s October 28 letter to Congress that effectively announced the reopening of the Midyear investigation. FBI Attorney 2 sent similar messages to four different FBI employees. The timestamps of these messages are included below. The messages stated:
13:44:42, to FBI Employee 1: “I mean, I never really liked the Republic anyway.”13:44:52, to FBI Employee 2: “I mean, I never really liked the Republic anyway.”14:01:52, to FBI Employee 3: “As I have initiated the destruction of the republic…. Would you be so kind as to have a coffee with me this afternoon?”15:28:50, to FBI Employee 4: “I’m clinging to small pockets of happiness in the dark time of the Republic’s destruction”
Notice that the IG’s report notes that this is the same time Comey initiated the second review of Hillary’s emails after finding them on pervert Anthony Weiner’s laptop. But what the IG does not say is that this was right after the initial FISA application to spy on Carter Page and then-candidate Trump was initiated!
On November 9th, the day after the 2016 election, Clinesmith texted a fellow FBI associate – “… my god damned name is all over the legal documents investigating his [Trump’s] staff.”
According to Jeff Carlson at TheMarketsWork, we know what the actual dates of the FISA applications were from a February 28, 2018, Grassley letter to Inspector General Horowitz:
October 21, 2016 – Initial FISA Application
January 12, 2017 – First FISA Renewal. 84 days later – counting the end date.
April 7, 2017 – Second FISA Renewal. 85 days later – counting end date.
June 29, 2017 – Third FISA Renewal. 83 days later – counting end date.
It was a week after the first fraudulent FISA warrant was issued in an effort to legitimize spying on candidate Trump and the future 45th President of the United States, that creepy Clinesmith texted – “I never really liked the Republic anyways”!
This wasn’t the end of Clinesmith. He next was invited on the Mueller gang where he harassed young George Papadopoulos. According to Paul Sperry at Real Clear Politics –
A junior member of the Trump foreign policy advisory team in 2016, George Papadopoulos was approached by FBI agents in Chicago, where he lived with his mother after the election while waiting for what he hoped would be an offer to join the new administration. The agents said they just wanted to talk to him about contacts he’d made with people in London during the campaign.
He spoke to them without a lawyer or the benefit of notes, emails or a calendar to refresh his recollection — a decision he would later regret. One of the interviews was run by FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith, who was later pulled off Mueller’s team after the inspector general exposed his anti-Trump text messages. Clinesmith zeroed in on Papadopoulos’ conversations with a supposedly Kremlin-tied diplomat in London, Joseph Mifsud.
The DC bar decided that Clinesmith suffered enough and has returned him to ‘good standing’:
Kevin Clinesmith, the former senior FBI lawyer who was placed on probation as a convicted felon for falsifying a surveillance document during the Trump-Russia investigation, has been returned to “good standing” as a member of the D.C. Bar Association.
In August of 2020, Clinesmith pleaded guilty to doctoring an email that was then used to justify a surveillance warrant that targeted former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. As a result, Clinesmith was sentenced in January to 12 months probation, though the D.C. bar did not seek his disbarment.
Viva le resistance.