The more we find out about George Papadopoulos, the more he looks like a leftist plant in the Trump for President campaign, trying to build the Trump/Russia collusion story.

Although only working as a volunteer for the Trump campaign for president, Papadopoulos spent nearly all of his time trying to set up meetings between key Trump staffers, even Trump himself, and Russian government officials. Hmmmm. Nothing weird about that, right?

Check out the tweet, below, in which court documents reveal that Papadopoulos claimed to have a connection with a Russian professor who told him about “dirt” the Russians had on Hillary Clinton.

Is anyone else seeing a resemblance to Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Russian attorney who arranged a meeting with Donald Trump, Jr. under the very same false pretenses, the promise of dirt on Hitlery? I am certain she was a leftist plant.

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Liberal weenie Democrats are not very creative, after all. They are like ants. Once they use a trail to the food, it is the only trail they know from then on.

Now, Papadopoulos has been arrested and has plea bargained already.

How far a stretch would this scenario be?….

We know that Mueller is a swamp rat of the first rank. We know that he is corruptible. Suppose, on the orders of their puppetmasters, Mueller and Papadopoulos conspired to create a situation whereby Papadopoulos would squeal to protect himself from jail time. His story would almost certainly be completely fabricated, but that doesn’t matter, Trump would be guilty in the court of public opinion and forced to prove Papadopoulos lied, which may be very difficult, even impossible.

How far-fetched is this scenario? I don’t see it as far-fetched at all. In fact, I see it as the most plausible explanation based upon what we know so far.

Also note that just a few weeks ago, Papadopoulos was shopping a book deal.

H/T Jon Swaine via The Gateway Pundit

From New York Daily News

George Papadopoulos, a volunteer with the campaign since last March, made at least six attempts to have Trump or campaign figures meet up with Moscow, the Washington Post reported Monday.

The report, based off of emails turned over from the Trump campaign to investigators, said that Papadopoulos trumpeted his Russia contacts’ interest in March 2016.

Emails reportedly show that campaign co-chairman Sam Clovis, adviser retired Adm. Charles Kubic and campaign chairman Paul Manafort all voiced opposition to Papadopoulos’s pushes in April and May, citing reasons such as needing to meet with NATO allies.

Papadopoulos sent Manafort the possibility of meeting Russian officials through the Kremlin-backed Russian International Affairs Council, though the campaign chairman put the kibosh on the idea.

“We need someone to communicate that DT is not doing these trips,” Manafort told his business partner Rick Gates, an account his spokesman Jason Maloni confirmed to the Daily News Monday evening.

Maloni said that Manafort did not have a relationship with Papadopoulos and that his client viewed the offer as an entreaty from the Russian government.

“Mr. Manafort’s swift action reflects the attitude of the campaign — any invitation by Russia, directly or indirectly, would be rejected outright,” adding that Manafort directed that the response to the adviser come from “a low level staffer.”