The Russian billionaire who claims that George Soros paid for the Russian Dossier has been ignored by Mueller’s probe despite being intimately involved every step of the way.
The connection between Robert Mueller and Oleg Deripaska has been covered up, partly because Deripaska is one of the men who should be under investigation. By looking at leaked documents and dates, there appears to be a mix-up
The news of the Russian connection is being buried by a desperate left-wing media acting insulted that Trump would call murderous gang members “animals.”
Who is Oleg Deripaska?
With the Mueller probe into Russian interference, it’s easy to get lost in the sea of names. Here are a few highlights on Deripaska, which should jog your memory and make you suspicious about why you haven’t heard his name yet.
- Deripaska was a former business partner of Paul Manafort.
- Deripaska, or at least his organized, is under suspicious for passing on some of the source material used in the bogus dossier collected by Christopher Steele, the British ex-spy.
- Democratic Senator Mark Warner attempted to meet Deripaska in Russia.
There are dozens of questions concerning Deripaska.
But the main one is: Why haven’t we heard of him, and why has his slipped through the cracks?
We here at Joe For America noticed Deripaska this spring, reporting that he was the man claiming to have information on a former FBI investigator named Daniel Jones, saying it was Jones who told his lawyer that Fusion GPS, the group that paid for the Russian Dossier, was funded by George Soros and various Silicon Valley billionaires.
Deripaska describes the ongoing “Russia narrative” as nothing more than a scandal manufactured by the deep state. “Wagging the dog costs money,” writes Deripaska. “So, who is the “funding mechanism” of this “shadowy government?”” Why, none other than billionaire financier George Soros, according to Daniel Jones…
According to Jones, Soros and his billionaire friends are also funding the “ethics watchdog” groups that are also attacking Rep. Devin Nunes and his Senate committee.
On the other side of things, leaked texts and documents should that Sen. Warner and Deripaska’s attorney Adam Waldman say that Jones is trying to “retroactively validate” the Russian Dossier.
Let’s recap and add some new information:
- Oleg Deripaska is a Russian billionaire
- Deripaska’s lawyer is Adam Waldman
- Daniel Jones once worked for Dianne Feinstein and Fusion GPS
- Adam Waldman says that Daniel Jones blames George Soros for funding the Dossier, despite all the stacked up evidence against Obama and Hillary funding it
- Democrat Sen. Warner and Waldman believe that Jones has been working to make the Dossier look valid
Mueller and Deripaska
Let’s go back to Iran, circa 2007, when a former FBI agent with possible connections to the CIA named Robert Levinson goes missing in the Islamic country. The official story is that he was looking into cigarette smuggling.
Robert Mueller was the head of the FBI at the time, from 2001 to 2013.
Reportedly, in 2009, Mueller reached out to Deripaska asking for the money to free Levinson. The two men met through Boris Birshstein of the Russian mob, who was living in Canada looking for an American visa.
Birshstein spoke with the FBI after Levinson went missing, looking for their support if he should persuade Deripaska to help. The Russian billionaire had made his money on mining rights with ties to Iran. But, because of his ties to organized crime, Deripaska had been denied a visa to the USA. If both men would cooperate, they would both be allowed visas to enter the States.
The FBI was pulled in another direction to free Levinson, who was never released, but Deripaska was still given his visa right after the FBI broke some rules for him to keep him interested.
In other words, it looks like Mueller charged Deripaska $25 million in order to earn a visa in contravention of the law.
Mueller had a possibly-illegal Antideficiency Act violation working with Russian oligarch Deripaska in 2009 to free an FBI agent held by Iran. Now Deripaska is helping Mueller make the case against Manafort.
Can't tell the colluders without a scorecard.https://t.co/mJhDyuy5EU
— Tom Maguire (@Tom_Maguire) May 14, 2018
FBI Asked Deripaska For Help Investigating Dossier
Before, the FBI wanted Deripaska for help — that is, money — to free an agent in order to get a visa.
Now it looks like Deripaska was one of the first people asked for “help” in investigating Christopher Steele’s phony Dossier.
As for the visas, well, Deripaska was in New York two months before the election of Donald Trump with a delegation of Russians to the UN, where he was woken up in his bed by three FBI agents.
Allegedly, Deripaska told the agents that they were trying to “create something out of nothing” with the Dossier.
Now isn’t that interesting?
Sources: The Hill, The Federalist, Red State