BREAKING: George Papadopoulos Claims “I WAS FRAMED” – May Take Back Mueller Plea Deal! (VIDEO)
The Gateway Pundit
George Papadopoulos was on FOX and Friends this morning in a stunning interview. After testifying in front of Congress yesterday he found out additional information that he says leads him to believe that he was framed!
George Papadopoulos was on FOX and Friends this morning and he stated that based on new information that he has uncovered, he is now considering taking back his plea with the corrupt Mueller gang. Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and was charged with 14 days in jail as a result.
Now Papadopoulos claims he was framed!
Papadopoulos said that he testified to Congress yesterday and wants to share all that he knows about the Trump – Russia investigation and the Mueller witch hunt. Papadopoulos claims that he was set up by Joseph Mifsud, a Maltese professor, whom Papadopoulos worked with.
Papadopoulos now believes that the organization he worked for was set up for Western spies and that he didn’t know it at the time. He claims Mifsud told him Russia had Hillary emails and that a week later, an Australian Ambassador named Downer, met with Papadopoulos and claimed Papadopoulos told him that Russia had Hillary emails. Papadopoulos still doesn’t recall telling this to Downer.
A couple of days ago the AP reported that Mifsud’s attorney claims Mifsud did nothing wrong –
Mifsud’s Swiss-German lawyer, Stephan Roh, has recently assured the AP that Mifsud is alive and has disputed almost all the allegations against him, saying via email that the 58-year-old hadn’t committed any crime and that the claims leveled against him are either old, unsubstantiated or consist of what he described as “defamatory departing music.”
But Papadopoulos claims Mifsud is not a Russian spy, the claim used by the far left when spinning the Trump – Russia farce. Papadopoulos claims Mifsud is a Western spy and was used by the US and its allies to frame Papadopoulos to report to Downer that Russia had Hillary’s emails.
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