Victoria Toensing, lawyer and partner in the Washington law firm of DiGenova & Toensing, said she wants answers to important questions regarding the coup that attempted to overthrow duly elected President Trump and the entrapment by the DOJ and FBI of figures connected to the Trump campaign.
As part of a Judicial Watch discussion panel, Toensing's questions included--
--“Is Joseph Mifsud really a western agent and not a Russian agent?” Mueller’s report identifies Mifsud as a Russian agent. The report also misrepresents how George Papadopoulos and Mifsud met claiming “George Papadopulous contacted Mifsud.” This phrasing falsely suggests that Papadopoulos was the initiator whereas Papadopoulos had been led to Mifsud.
--Charles Tawil, Israeli businessman, pursued Papadopoulos to a Greek Island and begged him to visit Israel for a business deal. Tawil lured Papadopoulos to a hotel room where he insisted Papadopoulos take $10, 000 in cash laid out on a bed. Papadopoulos reluctantly accepted the cash and his then fiancé wisely advised him to leave the cash in Greece with his lawyer.
But, assuming Papadopoulos was bringing $10,000 in undeclared cash back into the US, Papadopoulos was surrounded by FBI agents. Toensing wants to know who these FBI agents were, what did they know about the basis for stopping Papadopoulos at US customs and for putting Papadopoulos in chains after it was clear Papadopoulos was not carrying the $10,000. Are they part of the 90% of the honest agents we hear about in the news?
--Why was Andrew Weisman, head of the fraud section of the DOJ, briefed on the dossier in August of 2016, which was out of his portfolio? Weisman then went to work with Mueller with the same information that was in the dossier which clearly represents a conflict of interest. Why?
Toensing said just as William Barr has more questions today than when he became Attorney General, so does she.
For a full review of Toensing’s questions, see Judicial Watch.