This year has been a roller-coaster ride for crooked Hillary Clinton and Dems, we heard a lot of political upsets and shock outcomes recently.
Hillary Clinton dismissed President Trump as an “illegitimate president” for years and She told a bunch of lies so many times, suggesting that “Trump knows” that he stole the 2016 presidential election by conspiring with Russia.
However, it turns out that the former secretary of state framed President Trump.
The investigation and indictments of Special Counsel John Durham appear to confirm what has long been suspected: that many of the most serious Trump-Russia collusion allegations can be traced back to the Clinton campaign.
Durham’s indictments of Igor Danchenko, the main source for British ex-spy Christopher Steele, and lawyer Michael Sussmann reveal Hillary Clinton’s campaign’s deep involvement in creating and peddling the discredited dossier, as well as pushing false claims that Russia’s Alfa Bank and the Trump Organization had a secret back channel during the 2016 election.
#Obamagate was never about Russia. Targeting of Trump and team served to protect Hillary Clinton (and now Obama, Biden, McCabe, Brennan, Comey, Schiff, etc) and their enablers/co-conspirators in Obama admin from prosecution. @JudicialWatch pic.twitter.com/Wjl3yGaRxK
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) November 5, 2021
Steele was hired by an opposition research firm, Fusion GPS, which had been hired by Marc Elias, then a top Perkins Coie lawyer and general counsel of the Clinton campaign. Elias met with Steele during the 2016 contest and periodically briefed the campaign about Fusion’s findings. The Alfa Bank claims were pushed to the FBI and Steele by Sussmann and others.
Danchenko, a United States-based and Russian-born analyst, was charged with making false statements to the FBI about his sources of information, including the role longtime Clinton ally Charles Dolan played in supplying at least the basis of certain claims. Durham pointed out that Dolan, beyond helping the presidential campaigns of both Clintons, also spent years doing business in Russia, worked with Russians in 2016, and met Danchenko in Moscow, passing information along to him, some details of which were apparently embellished by the Russian national and perhaps by Steele himself.
Danchenko indicated he plans to plead not guilty.
Durham appears to be making the case that many of these collusion claims are largely fabrications by Democratic operatives.
Aide and communications consultant Charles Dolan Jr. has often been described as a Hillary Clinton lieutenant. He’s the one who contributed the notorious and entirely debunked “pee tape.” The Igor Danchenko indictment gives all the juicy details.
Dolan, it turns out, “has extensive ties to the Russian government including relationships with ‘senior Russian Federation leadership,’” like President Vladimir Putin’s press secretary. He also “He arranged for Danchenko to meet in Moscow with Russian officials and ‘sub-sources’ who offered information that ended up in the document.”
According to Durham, Dolan, identified as “Organizer-1,” made up the “allegation that Trump paid prostitutes to urinate on a bed in a Moscow hotel on which President Obama supposedly slept.” The truth is that he was told by staff at the hotel in question that Trump had been a guest of the hotel. That and nothing more. All the rest was a total lie he made up off the top of his head to help Hillary.
The way former federal prosecutor Andrew C. McCarthy sees it, the indictment of Danchenko clearly shows Durham is zeroing in on Hillary Clinton and her dirty campaign tricks. “It appears that Durham theorizes that the Trump-Russia collusion narrative was a political attack manufactured by the Clinton campaign. Relying on Danchenko, Steele compiled the reports for Glenn Simpson, co-founder of intelligence firm Fusion-GPS, which specializes in digging up political dirt. Fusion-GPS was retained for the Trump project by Perkins-Coie, the Clinton campaign’s law firm.” Michael Sussmann worked for Perkins-Coie. The cards are collapsing.