Current Events Recommended Reading

Connecting Some Dots on Trump Revoking Brennan’s Clearance

By now you should know that Trump has revoked John Brennan’s security clearance, an unprecedented move. Brennan claims Trump made the decision because he worked with Russians and is getting desperate. Then Trump himself essentially admitted that he revoked Brennan’s clearance to obstruct justice.

Through it all there are some very interesting connections to be made. Check out this tweet from July 24th:

That’s Artem Klyushin a Russian Oligarch and here is more about him. And here’s that tweet translated:

Ex-CIA directors John Brennan and Michael Hayden, ex-FBI director James Komi and his deputy Andrew McCabe, ex-director of the National Intelligence Service James Clapper, ex-national security adviser Susan Rice say goodbye to access to classified materials.

The date of the order to revoke Brennan’s security clearance given by Trump yesterday was July 26. The original suggestion of it was on July 23.

A little more on Artem Klyushin. His wife which he is separated from is Yulia Alferova. She started promoting Trump to run for president in 2015. She met him when he was in Moscow for the Miss Universe pageant.

Seth Abramson has been doing some great work following stories linking Artem Klyushin and Yulia Alferova to Trump. The contact began before he started his campaign, seemingly in order to get kompromat on him.

Emin Agalarov, Aras Agalarov, Yulya Alferova and her then-husband Artem Klyushin: these four people, with Konstantin Rykov in support, lured Trump to Moscow to ink a Trump Tower Moscow deal, get kompromat on him via Rykov’s Dosug prostitutes, and link him up with Vladimir Putin.

And here…

A tweet from Russian Artem Klyushin, around the time his pal Rykov—pictured here—said it was time to “start helping Trump.” There are now credible allegations that Kluyshin and Rykov master-minded the 2013 Russian-prostitute kompromat scheme at the Ritz Moscow (November 9, 2013).

Then today, this:

“That’s how we make history”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.