Tracy Beanz is part of a website called UncoverDC.com. She and others have podcasts there.
Beanz has a very interesting twitter sequence regarding the whole Spygate mess and it’s interesting to read. Here it is:
Many of you know me well by now, and you know that I wouldn’t share what I am about to share unless I was CONFIDENT that the source could be trusted. Before I post this, I want to let everyone know that I trust this source implicitly. I was given this information several days ago.
Since receiving it, a number of wheels have already begun to turn which validate many of the points. The person got a bit of a bug and was sick for several days, but today provided me with a shareable write up. It is very clear. I don’t need to add anything.
As always, use your own discernment. I have used mine, gotten permission, and decided I am absolutely comfortable posting this. Please read and share should you find it valuable. What follows is directly from my source. Much of this seems to be in motion given recent events.
DISCLAIMER: I am not an insider.
I work an interesting job that has afforded me two luxuries: the time to dig/research/analyze/contextualize and discern what I believe to be truths about our world, government, and intelligence agencies; and the opportunity to talk to a lot of interesting people with diverse experiences in everything from the mundane to the … spooky, even paranormal. It was through some of these contacts, most established well before the events of 2015-2016, that my attention was drawn to the whole SpyGate saga in the closing months of 2016. Since that time, these sources have provided me with valuable context, confirmation, and – when needed – the debunking of my own theories and analysis of a very tangled web of spies, G-men, politicians, and their praetorian guard.
While I have developed several excellent sources who’ve proved their reliability and honesty over many conversations, none of these sources claim to have every answer, or to know every detail. Despite their access and professional duties, which outrank my own, they ultimately are not calling the shots.
Online I’ve operated under a strict Open Source policy. While I often entertain speculation, my own analysis and writing has always relied upon OS information rather than “trust me, I talked to an insider and this is what they say” approach to make my case. That, to me, is the most helpful way I can contribute. Which is why I hesitated to share any of this initially. This update is entirely anecdotal. Take this however you wish, it’s not meant to be a prediction only a reporting of the feelings of several individuals with direct knowledge of the SpyGate investigation. None of them are Trump, or in his closest circle, so ultimately none of them are in “the room” when the big decisions are made.
Still, in the week it’s taken me to get this out, several events have transpired which have
confirmed at least portions of what I was told. Which is what always happens when these people feed me information or nudge me to look in a certain direction.
So let’s get to it.
At the start of September I was asked to make a trip to DC to meet in person with several of my best sources. Most of these sources are/had become friends, so a request to come out wasn’t unusual.
When I mentioned that I might not be able to make it out until October I was told “Better not wait if you want to stay ahead of the news”.
So, I took that seriously and flew out there last week. I was not disappointed that I did.
Here’s a general overview of what was discussed:
INDICTMENTS: The subject of indictments of key SpyGate figures were discussed at length. Everyone I spoke with remained highly confident there would be indictments involving the DOJ/FBI.
Evidence from their day to day activities on their jobs, as well as upcoming calendar appointments were among the multiple ways they verified this to me. It was made clear to me that there are already several cases lined up ready to go. “A wave of them”, was the phrasing used.
The green light has not yet been given, but it is expected to be imminent. This from the grunts in the trenches, based on what they’re currently working on or being asked not to work on. I got the impression that McCabe should not be resting easy, nor should Mr. Comey.
SHIFTING FOCUS OF THE ROLL OUT: Much of our time was spent discussing the Ukraine, specifically the role of the State Department. Names like Nuland, Kerry, Clinton, McCain and others were discussed at length. I was told that the attention and focus is going to start to shift from the DOJ/FBI to State. This is because the FBI/DOJ side is just about ready to roll in terms of disclosure/indictments, but State is a different beast. According to what I was told, “the legal pathway to the biggest fish goes through the State Department and starts in the Ukraine.”
According to our discussions, the Ukraine was going to come into major focus because both sides of the establishment aisle got dirty in the Ukraine and left themselves exposed. It’s a “pathway” to the Clinton machine, the Soros machine, the neocon machine, the neoliberal machine – not to mention organized crime in both Russia and our own. *Note: This update was compiled on the 20th of September for reference. A bug knocked me on my ass – which delayed it going out. That’s regrettable only because of the week’s events regarding the Ukraine. It’s a bit of confirmation of the above.
NOT WITHOUT CONCERNS: For the first time in any of our discussions over the past several years, I detected some concern on the parts of the grunts in the field. The concern is not in being able to make the cases (most have already made), but in what the fallout will be once the partisan politics of the moment are inserted into the whole concoction.
This is important, so I want to expound as much as possible on this point. On prior occasions, the discussion of how to avoid using any of this as a political weapon in 2020 had been brought up.
In the past I was made to feel confident that the goal was not partisan but to actually clean up real problems within our system. I DO NOT BELIEVE THIS HAS CHANGED. On this trip I was told, explicitly, that “Trump and Barr have the establishment’s nuts in a vice” – not just SpyGate plotters, and not just our domestic establishment. I was told due to events in 2017 and into ’18 they now have more evidence than they originally anticipated when “the op” (their words) was put into motion. They expected to catch certain fish in their net – and did – but through events which I cannot get explicit about, a “treasure trove of shit” was uncovered/discovered which now allows them to go all the way up the chain in multiple 5Eye countries.
Now – this sounds GREAT, right? And it is. I am fully in support of exposing the whole sorted lot of snakes and believe, fully, that the people sharing this information with me want nothing more as well.
BUT there is a concern – and it’s this: How much can be exposed without undermining and imploding the very republic they’re trying to preserve? That’s always been the big question – but now there’s genuine consternation about it. This isn’t about protecting institutions, it’s about “what happens after you pull that pin?” I took all this talk as a bad sign at first. It was the first time they had talked about any hesitation to “go too far”.
But over the course of the conversation I was reassured. Will touch on this at the end. Apparently there are now two camps chirping in “the boss’s ear”: 1) those urging caution and taking the easy shots (the low hanging DOJ/FBI fruit – names we know but NOT the lieutenants or cabinet level) and 2) those who want to expose it ALL, consequences be damned. Almost everyone I’ve spoken with is in the latter camp, and they all believe the boss is too – but it’s clearly a conversation being had amongst those doing this work.
Here’s the rub: there’s not enough time between now and 2020’s election to get the job done. So how much justice can be doled out without falling into the trap of it all being painted as political persecution by the establishment media?
(Note: Again, just look at the Biden/Ukraine story which broke after I returned.) The consensus from these people used to be: “we need to get this all out before the 2020 cycle truly begins to make sure it happens”, and now there is at least a portion of them urging Trump to stretch out the indictments/disclosure over the next 10 months to score the maximum political impact because A) the cases are strong enough to sustain it and a second term is needed to complete the job.
I was reminded that if the internal debates are now about how to best roll out this evidence to secure 2020, then the cases they have must be locks.
They wouldn’t risk the political spin unless they knew they had the cases cold, especially the advisors thinking in terms of re-election.
Beanz note: I wouldn’t have shared this if I wasn’t SURE I could trust my source. I am, and so I did. I am but a vessel. Take this as you may.. Thanks guys!
ADDENDUM: the responses to this have been interesting – from pessimistic and angry to hopeful and excited. Many people aren’t reading the thread carefully and lots of people are mad at me for what it says.
Journalism isn’t holding things back so people feel better. It’s dropping it all even if you perceive it as painful, which some of you do. If I had hidden or held any part of this for the sake of feelings it would have been just like what we deal with now.
People are going to have to get used to hearing hard things sometimes, and also reading and responding carefully. Don’t jump to conclusions etc. I will never edit something so people feel better. I’m sorry. Not happening. It’s the truth or nothing. This was what I was given.