Trump’s Russian Treason Co-Conspirator Just Sent A Disturbing Letter To The Senate Intel Committee

Carter Page just killed any dating prospects he may have had.

The former Trump campaign foreign policy advisor and managing partner of Global Energy Capital has been one of the focuses of Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian collusion with the Trump campaign due to his shifting story about whether he had meetings with Russian officials during his time working with Trump.

Besides Mueller, Congressional intelligence committees have been interrogating Mr. Page as well, and it looks like they’ve instigated a persecution complex in the man with a long history of doing business with the Russians, judging from the 15-page letter he sent to Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the ranking Democrat on the Senate’s Select Committee on Intelligence.

Complaining of the injustice of the “witch hunt” he brought upon himself, Carter has the audacity to compare the invasion of privacy to which he feels he’s been subjected to the experiences of victims of sexual harassment, using Senator Al Franken’s accusers as unwilling props in his pleas for an end to the inquiries into his numerous Russian contacts.

“I believe that if you surveyed Senator Franken’s harassment victims, a vast majority of them would most likely prefer being briefly groped rather than suffer the severe invasion of  privacy and other historic abuses that I’ve continued to undergo based on the groundless Witch Hunt.”

“I have endured these injustices for over a year already and hope you can understand why I might be reluctant to submit myself to a further invasion of my privacy now by sending you thousands of my personal emails and other documents.”

It certainly sounds like Carter Page has an odd sense of perspective when it comes to being physically assaulted.

Unless one is really anxious to avoid some pernicious details of one’s life (or one’s crimes) from being disclosed, it’s difficult to imagine that it’s preferable to be unexpectedly groped rather than showing your email, but perhaps Page, since his meetings with the agents of a country with a history of digging up and publically releasing personal emails, has a particular sensitivity to the unwanted disclosure of electronic correspondence.

Page has sued both the Huffington Post and Yahoo News for defamation over stories indicating that he was under investigation for meeting with Russian officials involved in interfering in the U.S. election last year. One has to wonder how a letter complaining about how harassed he feels by the Congressional investigators will affect his defamation claim since it surely proves that he is indeed under investigation.

At least, however, no one has yet accused him of any groping incidents…that we know of.

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Vinnie Longobardo

Vinnie Longobardo is a writer, producer, and international media executive formerly with MTV/Viacom, G4/Comcast, and Warner Bros., among others. He is a winner of the International Documentary Association Award for "Artists United Against Apartheid: The Making Of Sun City". Growing up in the Bronx, he was a high school classmate of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. He attended Cornell University, SUNY Binghamton, and NY Institute of Technology.

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