Want the real story about Joe Miller’s campaign handcuffing of a reporter? Turns out, it was an FBI informant doing the dirty work of Lisa Murkowski.
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A federal informant admitted in a story today that he was working for the left when he hand-cuffed the Alaska Dispatch editor at a Joe Miller for US Senate campaign in 2010.
With the conviction and sentencing of Fairbanks Militia Leader Schaeffer Cox several days ago, the left leaning media organizations have again resurrected speculation about Joe Miller’s connections to not only Mr. Cox but also to the federal informant who was largely responsible for Cox’s demise, Bill Fulton.
Recent reports that the FBI employed a “human source” to infiltrate the Trump campaign and special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing Russia investigation initiated by leaked documents stirred memories of the same tactics being used to help sway the outcome of a U.S. Senate race in 2010 against the Republican candidate.
It’s become a near-weekly occurrence. Somewhere in some state, the FBI will announce that they’ve foiled yet another terrorist plot and saved lives.
The government’s new definition of terrorism: exercising constitutional rights. While our tradition applauds those who stand up and exercise their constitutional rights, the government’s new definition of terrorism condemns such patriotic actions, as a young Alaskan from Fairbanks named Schaeffer Cox has unfortunately learned.
Lisa Murkowski’s paid henchmen in Alaska’s media have done nothing but lie about Joe Miller. This short article separates truth from fiction.
Now that the mole who brought down militia leader Cox has talked publicly, the big question on some minds in Alaska is: Why was federal FBI informant Bill Fulton involved in Joe Miller’s campaign?