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JOSEPH MIFSUD: MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS SURROUNDING MYSTERY PROFESSOR

Lord, we pray William Barr and John Durham find the truthful information they need to use in their investigation.

The comings and goings in the Italian capital in recent weeks read like a who’s who list of allies and surrogates for President Trump.

Among those who have passed through Rome since August: Attorney General William P. Barr, U.S. District Attorney and “Russia-gate” investigator John Durham, former Trump White House aide Sebastian Gorka, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and first son-in-law and senior presidential adviser Jared Kushner and his wife and first daughter, Ivanka Trump.

Add to that list former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, who advises a far-right Italian political party and has tried to set up a populist academy outside Rome, and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, whose wife, Callista, is the U.S. ambassador to the Vatican.

Russia and Ukraine may be the stars in the drama in Washington over hacking the 2016 election and trying to game the 2020 vote. But Italy, for good or bad, is cast in a meaty supporting role.

Rome has always been on the political fault lines for many different reasons,” said Francesco Galietti, co-founder and CEO of Policy Sonar, a Rome-based political risk consultancy. “These figures aren’t all coming through town for the same set of reasons, but these visits do show that Rome still has a certain kind of relevance and that it could even play an important role in the U.S. presidential elections next year.”

One key figure in at least some of the stream of visitors is Joseph Mifsud, the mysterious Maltese professor and influence peddler whose name appeared more than 60 times in the Mueller Report on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential vote. Special counsel Robert Mueller reported that Mr. Mifsud met in 2016 with former Trump adviser George Papadopoulos in Rome, letting Mr. Papadopoulos know of reports that Russia had damaging information on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

The fateful meeting took place at Link Campus University, a small for-profit college in Rome that was once the Italian branch of the University of Malta.

Mr. Trump’s allies insist Mr. Mifsud’s role was mischaracterized in the Mueller Report and that he is actually an intelligence asset employed by other foreign interests, the Obama administration and the intelligence services to smear Mr. Trump and undermine his candidacy. In one version of the conspiracy, Mr. Mifsud was in fact an Italian intelligence agent used by the CIA and FBI in their campaign against then-candidate Donald Trump, a version that Mr. Papadopoulos has said he suspects is true.

“That’s why Barr came to Rome twice, why Durham came to Rome: to look for corroborating information regarding Mifsud’s role in the 2016 election,” said Massimo Basile, an Italian researcher and journalist who has closely followed developments related to the Mifsud case.

Uncertain role

Italian officials confirm that Mr. Barr traveled to Rome to meet privately with the heads of Italy’s spy agencies and encourage Italian intelligence and national security officials to cooperate with the Durham probe.

The problem is that Mr. Mifsud’s whereabouts has been unknown since 2017. Mr. Basile said he believes Mr. Barr and Mr. Durham managed to find some information about Mr. Mifsud’s role and that a report based on their findings could be released in the coming weeks.

Other key observers are not so sure there will be much value in what Mr. Mifsud might have to say. Carlo Bonini, an author and journalist who has written extensively on intelligence issues and on Mr. Mifsud, characterized the 59-year-old as a con man who has gone into hiding until he can find a way to “monetize” his situation.

“Nobody knows exactly what Mifsud knows, but he is a desperate man and a man who needs money,” Mr. Bonini said. “I don’t know how much value what he has to say would eventually have.”

(Excerpt from The Washington Times. Article by Eric J. Lyman.)

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2 Replies to “JOSEPH MIFSUD: MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS SURROUNDING MYSTERY PROFESSOR”

  1. I am sure many of us are still hesitant to get “involved in politics” even in expressing opinions. With that mindset, how far removed from our minds the need to pray for our leaders who have taken all kinds of risk in active involvement. I am comforted in knowing that our God’s Providence allows us the freedom and the wisdom to ask our powerfully loving Creator – not to tell Him “how” to respond to our prayer nor to tell Him “when” to do what we pray for – but simply to “ask, seek, and knock”. I am learning one critical reality: CLARITY BEFORE CONFORMITY is crucial to our system of governing. When we know, believe, and trust that God is omnipotent and all-knowing, we trust His wisdom to help us clarify issues for ourselves and the people around us starting with our families. We need the wisdom to know the truth, to have clarity so we can think clearly and decide wisely with His Providence through our Lord and our Brother Christ Jesus.

  2. As always, Father, I pray that the truth would win out despite the actions of desperate men for their own agendas. You know what is true. Please help U.S. investigators to ferret out the truth. In the name of Jesus, Amen.

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