George Papadopoulos was a Trump campaign unknown who was indicted by the Mueller team and who later pled guilty to lying to the FBI. Now we know he was set up by a CIA/FBI spy.
Last week the Daily Caller reported –
Buried at the bottom of a court document Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed Friday is a reference to a mysterious $10,000 cash payment given to George Papadopoulos, the former Trump campaign adviser who has been charged with giving false statements to the FBI.
On the final page of a memo recommending that Papadopoulos serve up to six months in jail, Mueller said that Papadopoulos told investigators about $10,000 in cash that he received from a foreign national who he suspected to be a foreign spy.
The Daily Caller identified the individual in Mueller’s indictment –
While Mueller’s court filing makes no other reference to the individual, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned that a man named Charles Tawil gave Papadopoulos $10,000 during a meeting in an Israeli hotel room in July 2017.
An individual by the name of Tawil shows on LinkedIn as a consultant with a firm by the name of Gestomar. This leads to a dead end and it’s highly suspect that the firm is basically a phony company as well as Tawil himself, who has only 40 connections on the site.
However, the Conservative Treehouse was able to connect Tawil to the CIA/FBI via WikiLeaks –