‘Russia, Russia, Russia’ on trial in DC

There is a trial going on in Washington DC that is largely being ignored by the media for “good reason,” it involves the Clintons and the corrupt FBI.

The trial is against Michael Sussmann, the former Justice Dept. lawyer who blatantly lied to federal agents investigating Russiagate when he tried to frame Donald Trump as a traitor, while working for the Hillary Clinton campaign.

You will not hear much from mainstream media on this trial because it will validate all the points that Trump raised while president.

Sussmann was charged last year with concealing his clients — Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign and “Tech Executive-1,” known to be former Neustar executive Rodney Joffe — from FBI General Counsel James Baker when he pushed debunked allegations of a secret line of communication between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank during a September 2016 meeting.

This allegation led to the infamous Russian collusion case that saw a two-year, $32 million Robert Mueller investigation, which led to nothing.

In her devastating opening statement at the trial, federal prosecutor Deborah Brittain Shaw explained, “It was a plan to create an October surprise . . . that was designed to inject the FBI into a presidential election.”

Indeed, Brittain Shaw noted, that lie was “part of a bigger plan carried out in concert with two clients, the Clinton campaign and Rodney Joffe,” the tech executive (and Sussmann client and would-be Clinton appointee) who created the “evidence” of Trump skullduggery.

“We are here because the FBI is our institution that shouldn’t be used as a political tool for anyone — not Republicans, not Democrats, not anyone,” the prosecutor explained. But it was.

Since the Washington Post and New York Times split a Pulitzer for their obsessive “news reporting” on this lie, it’s interesting that they both are not covering this trial with any staff. The wire stories are in the back of the news section on the bottom of the page.

So now you have the real story. Let’s see what happens from here.

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