Cllinton lawyer’s indictment sheds new light on Russia-gate origins

The indictment of Hillary Clinton’s attorney Michael Sussmann by Special Counsel John Durham points directly to the whole Trump-Russia conspiracy as a fabrication involving Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Sussmann was charged with one count for making a false statement statement to the FBI. However the 27-page charging document demonstrates how the whole Russia-gate scam began, and how Democratic operatives, intelligence officials, and high-profile media figures allegedly conspired to misled the public.

Sussmann allegedly told FBI investigators about “secret communications” between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank. Sussmann gave then-FBI attorney Jim Baker documents and data purporting to show that computer servers associated with Trump and Alfa Bank were in regular contact.

Sussmann told the FBI that he was not working for any client at the time. However he was employed by the Clinton campaign law firm Perkins Coie. Sussmann was also billing the Clinton campaign for “work and communications regarding confidential project.”

Remember this indictment has very little to do with the Steele Dossier and the illegal spying on Americans. That was another false tactic run by Perkins Coie for the Clinton campaign.

So while the charging document lays out the origins of the “Russia, Russia, Russia” chorus we heard from leftist media, I do not believe it will produce any other indictments of well-known names.

Unfortunately we may never know the true extent of the heads of US intelligence agencies or Democratic leaders who were deeply involved in the possible criminal acts centered around the false allegations against former President Trump during the 2016 election.


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