On the Eve of President Trump’s State Visit, British Intelligence Tries To Obscure Its Guilt in U.S. Coup Attempt
May 30 (EIRNS)—In his surprise nine-minute news conference yesterday, “legal assassin,” retiring Special Counsel Bob Mueller added more Delphic lies to the ones already in his two-volume book, as we’ve previously reported—lies crafted to fuel the drive for President Donald Trump’s impeachment. Already in the hours since Mueller spoke, two more Democratic Senators (both Presidential pre-candidates) and three more Democratic Congressmen have swallowed the bait for impeachment.
But the geometry of six weeks ago, when the Mueller report was released, has changed. So much of what the LaRouche movement has been saying all along has now been vindicated, and everything it says now has immediate reach and impact. The knowledge of the LaRouche frameup through the LaRouche PAC pamphlet “Robert Mueller Is an Amoral Legal Assassin: He Will Do His Job If You Let Him” has been revived, which will be key to the exoneration of Lyndon LaRouche. Former NSA Technical Director William Binney’s evidence and insights are appearing everywhere, for instance, with or without his name attached to them.
And now the coup-plotters are themselves being investigated, by competent and legally-empowered investigators. And the leaders of this constitutional counter-coup, President Trump and Attorney General William Barr, know that they dare not stop or hesitate for even a moment; they can only fight on harder to victory—otherwise their prey will turn on them and devour them.
Next week, on June 3, President Trump will go to London armed with a list of questions from House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), armed to press the British for all the answers on how they plotted to overthrow an American President—as Helga Zepp-LaRouche had suggested that Trump should do on this visit.
On the eve of the President’s trip, investigative journalist John Solomon sprung a story in The Hill on May 29. Apparently it has just now recently come to light, that back on Jan. 12, 2017, a letter was hand delivered to Trump’s then-National Security Adviser Gen. Mike Flynn, from Prime Minister May’s then-National Security Adviser Sir Mark Lyall Grant. The letter itself has not yet been found, and General Flynn has no recollection of it at all.
Nevertheless, its nature is clear: it’s a cover-your-ass memo.
A source of Solomon’s, an unnamed former National Security Council staffer who said he had read the memo in Flynn’s office, told Solomon that the document contained an explanation from Grant that British authorities assisted the early U.S. investigation into Trump-Russia collusion and later concluded that MI6 operative Christopher Steele’s dodgy dossier intelligence was unreliable.
“The message was clear,” Solomon underscored.
“The Brits were saying they may have done some stuff to assist the investigation that they now regretted, after learning the whole thing was based on information from Steele. They wanted Trump’s team to know they did not think Steele’s information was credible or reliable. They also wanted Trump to know whatever they had done, they did only at the Americans’ request and didn’t want it to get in the way of cooperating with the U.S.”
Now, did this memo really exist in January 2017? But even if it did, why was it never circulated until just now?