Smoking Gun Spy Documents Reveal Putin’s Plot To Install Trump As President


It was January 22, 2016, and three Russian spy agencies were in the process of installing Donald Trump as America’s president. In a rare Moscow leak, the classified documents called him an “impulsive, mentally unstable and unbalanced individual who suffers from an inferiority complex.” They also had something on him.

These documents confirmed what many suspected, especially after the ex-president’s private two-hour meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Poland. People immediately recognized that Trump’s body language was that of a cowed man. Putin was openly gleeful.

The top-secret documents confirmed that the Russian Kremlin possessed “kompromat.” That meant they had something on Trump from previous “non-official visits to Russian Federation territory.” One document referred to “certain events,” The Guardian reported:

‘It is acutely necessary to use all possible force to facilitate his [Trump’s] election to the post of US president.’

Putin held a private meeting recorded in leaked Russian documents. The national security council meeting was with his spy chiefs and senior ministers. The Russian president tasked these people with finding ways to support their candidate Trump. Putin had a plan:

‘[C]reate “social turmoil” in the US and a weakening of the American president’s negotiating position.’

Russia’s three spy agencies were ordered to find practical ways to support Trump. Independent experts checked the documents for The Guardian and agreed they were genuine:

‘[A report] recommended Moscow use “all possible force” to ensure a Trump victory.’

‘It is acutely necessary to use all possible force to facilitate his [Trump’s] election to the post of US president.’

The purpose of Putin’s plan was to bring about a diabolical “theoretical political scenario:”

‘[A Trump win] will definitely lead to the destabilisation of the US’s sociopolitical system.’

A photo showed Putin at the head of the table in the meeting with then-Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev, and Veteran Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

In addition, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu who was responsible for the GRU (formerly the KGB) was there along with the then-Chief of Russia’s SVR Foreign Intelligence Service Mikhail Fradkov, the head of the FSB spy agency Alexander Bortnikov, and the FSB’s former Director Nikolai Patrushev.

The documents suggested:

‘[The security council’s] real, covert purpose was to discuss the confidential proposals drawn up by the president’s analytical service in response to US sanctions against Moscow.’

Putin hit America’s weak points, including Russia’s ability to insert “media viruses” that could self-replicate and affect the U.S.’s “mass consciousness:”

‘[These include a]  deepening political gulf between left and right, media-information space, and an anti-establishment mood under President Barack Obama.’

‘They [the documents] suggest the president, his spy officers and senior ministers were all intimately involved in one of the most important and audacious espionage operations of the 21st century: a plot to help put the “mentally unstable” Trump in the White House.’

GRU hackers raided the servers of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and “released thousands of private emails in an attempt to hurt Clinton’s election campaign,” too.

Expert on Russia’s spy agencies and author of The Red Web Andrei Soldatov said the leaked document “reflects reality:”

‘It’s consistent with the procedures of the security services and the security council. Decisions are always made like that, with advisers providing information to the president and a chain of command.’

‘The Kremlin micromanages most of these operations. Putin has made it clear to his spies since at least 2015 that nothing can be done independently from him. There is no room for independent action.’

The UK’s former ambassador in Moscow and an associate fellow at the Chatham House thinktank Sir Andrew Wood called the leaked documents “spell-binding:”

‘They reflect the sort of discussion and recommendations you would expect. There is a complete misunderstanding of the US and China. They are written for a person [Putin] who can’t believe he got anything wrong.’

‘There is no sense Russia might have made a mistake by invading Ukraine. The report is fully in line with the sort of thing I would expect in 2016, and even more so now. There is a good deal of paranoia. They believe the US is responsible for everything. This view is deeply dug into the soul of Russia’s leaders.’

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