Monday, November 13, 2017

A photograph of British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson standing with the elusive Russian "Professor" shows up on social media. Uh oh.

Yep, that's who that is alright.

Courtesy of Politico

A photograph has emerged of British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson with the “London professor” whose alleged high-level Kremlin contacts have led to him featuring in the FBI’s investigation into links between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia. 

It will add to questions about the possibility of attempted Russian influence at the heart of the British government. 

The picture, which was posted on Facebook shows Johnson, wine glass in hand, standing with Joseph Mifsud, the Maltese academic and a businessman, Prasenjit Kumar Singh. It is alleged that Mifsud was a key link between Russia and the Trump campaign.

You may remember that this is the same "Professor" who supposedly compromised George Papadopoulos while he was working with the Trump campaign, by tempting him with access to those fabled Hillary emails.

You may also remember that this "Professor" is now missing.

New evidence has recently come to light that the Russians used Twitter to influence the pro-Brexit vote that Boris Johnson promoted as well, and there is substantial evidence that they also interfered in a variety of other ways.

So could compromising Boris Johnson be one of those "other ways?"

Could be. 

Of course it could also just be a coincidence that Boris Johnson is photographed hanging out with the same Russian operative who interfered in the 2016 American presidential campaign.

You know just like all of those "coincidences" where folks on the Trump campaign all seemed to have worked independently to get their hands on those non-existent Hillary emails.


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  3. Anonymous9:46 PM

    Me: "Starting to sound a bit like new age McCarthyism."

    Gryphen 11:41 AM: "Yeah I was waiting for somebody to mention that, and there is clearly a danger of going that far."

    Next day, Gryph still driving the bus headed straight for nutjob-canyon. lol.

    This is going to be funny.

  4. Anonymous10:50 PM

    The story is concerning, but am I the only one who thinks Boris is photo-shopped into this pic?


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