Professor Joseph Mifsud, one of the spies that Obama sent out to spy on the Trump campaign has been missing ever since his name was made public over his meeting with George Papadopoulos in Londonistan is missing and he is being presumed dead.
The Democrats claim they are still looking for him. Yeah, and OJ is still looking for the real killer, too.
Mifsud told Papadopoulos that Russia had incriminating evidence on Hillary Clinton. Big deal. So does the FBI and the DOJ, but she is still roaming free. Papadopoulos passed on that information to an Australian diplomat, Alexander Downer, who then passed it onto the FBI. Both Mifsud and Downer have close ties to British intelligence. (Now, that’s what I call a misnomer)
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) on Friday raised the prospect that the London-based professor who told former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos that Russia had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton may be dead.
DNC lawyers wrote in court filings Friday that Joseph Mifsud, who spoke to Papadopoulos during the 2016 presidential election, “is missing and may be deceased,” Bloomberg News reported. The lawyers did not elaborate.
The DNC stood by its claim in a statement to The Hill on Friday. The committee indicated that an investigator had been used to find Mifsud, who has been missing for months, and was told the Maltese professor may be dead.
DNC spokeswoman Adrienne Watson said: “The DNC’s counsel has attempted to serve Mifsud for months and has been unable to locate or contact him. In addition, public reports have said he has disappeared and hasn’t been seen for months.”
The revelations come as the DNC is suing Russia and the Trump campaign for interfering in the 2016 election. That lawsuit is headed for the scrap heap. If the FBI and Mueller haven’t found any collusion after 2 years and about $30 million dollars, it’s doubtful that the DNC can prove their case in court. But it does bring up an interesting scenario if the Republicans decide a similar lawsuit against the DNC, Twitter, Google and Facebook.