‘Cryin’ Chuck’ Schumer is Blocking Vote for Trump German Ambassador Pick Richard Grenell – So That CIA in Berlin Can Blow Cash on Bogus Naked Trump Shots

Saturday, February 10, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Joe Hoft
February 10, 2018

Two big stories in the news are inextricably related and the connection is not being reported. Senate leaders are delaying the appointment of Richard Grenell for U.S. Ambassador to Germany. Richard Grenell will be the highest ranking openly gay ambassador in US history.

Richard is being blocked from his post at the same time that U.S. spies paid $100,000 to a ‘shadowy’ Russian promising dirt on President Trump.

The reason the Democrats are delaying Grenell’s appointment is because the CIA team in Germany is trying to obtain information on President Trump from Russia and they would have to report to Grenell if he were appointed which would end their bogus scavenger hunt.

The CIA is openly trying to take their Commander in Chief and Democrats know this.

Yesterday TGP’s Joshua Caplan shared the report from The New York Times related to Russia:

“After months of secret negotiations, a shadowy Russian bilked American spies out of $100,000 last year, promising to deliver stolen National Security Agency cyberweapons in a deal that he insisted would also include compromising material on President Trump, according to American and European intelligence officials. The cash, delivered in a suitcase to a Berlin hotel room in September, was intended as the first installment of a $1 million payout, according to American officials, the Russian and communications reviewed by The New York Times. The theft of the secret hacking tools had been devastating to the N.S.A., and the agency was struggling to get a full inventory of what was missing. […] He claimed the information would link the president and his associates to Russia. But instead of providing the hacking tools, the Russian produced unverified and possibly fabricated information involving Mr. Trump and others, including bank records, emails and purported Russian intelligence data.

But his apparent eagerness to sell the Trump “kompromat” — a Russian term for information used to gain leverage over someone — to American spies raised suspicions among officials that he was part of an operation to feed the information into United States intelligence agencies and pit them against Mr. Trump. Early in the negotiations, for instance, he dropped his asking price from about $10 million to just over $1 million. Then, a few months later, he showed the American businessman a 15-second clip of a video showing a man in a room talking to two women. No audio could be heard on the video, and there was no way to verify if the man was Mr. Trump, as the Russian claimed.

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