May 22, 2022

Hillary Personally Approved Russian Collusion Attack

Timothy Birdnow

Hillary Clinton Personally approved the hit on Donald Trump according to Her Thighness' former campaign manager.

Despite advisers’ uncertainty about the legitimacy of data concerning alleged connections between the Trump campaign and Russia, candidate Hillary Clinton personally approved disclosing their suspicions to the media.

That’s the word from former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook, who revealed her actionsin testimony Friday. This despite former FBI general counsel James Baker’s Thursday testimony that the agency investigated the alleged link and found "there was nothing there.”

That’s pretty much the definition of disinformation.

The testimony comes in the federal caseagainst former Perkins Coie law firm partner Michael Sussmann, who is on trial in Washington on a federal false-statement charge. Special counsel John Durham charges Sussmann lied to the bureau over the allegations against then-candidate Trump.

The noose is tightening around the Hag's turkey neck.

(Speaking of Hillary, does anyone remember The Sea Hag from Popeye the Sailor? Hillary looks like a fat version of her, don't you think?)

Mook testified in federal court Friday that, just before Election Day, he told candidate Clintonthat there was data linking Trump to the Russian bank. He says he told Clinton that "we want to share it with a reporter,” and she agreed.

The information came from Mark Elias, then an attorney with Perkins Coie, who relayed to Mook that cyberactivity "experts” found the alleged links. Sussmann, Elias’ then-partner, took the claims to the FBI and was charged with lying about his link to the Clinton campaign.

On the witness stand, Mook admittedthat the campaign had not verified the accuracy of the data given to the media. In fact, part of the reason for sharing the information was for the reporter to "vet the information.” The "scoop” was shared with the New York Times and Slate.

He also testified that the original source of the supposed evidence of Trump’s linkage to the Kremlin is "unknown.” Despite this, the Times reported that the FBI had a "widening investigation” of the now-discredited "links.” The textbook definition of disinformation.

I would love for Hillary to be frog-marched away, but I won't hold my breath.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at 12:04 PM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 I appreciate the information and advice you have shared.

Posted by: KrogerFeed at May 24, 2022 03:21 AM (DC9td)

2 I would, too. Meanwhile, Mook had better go into the Witness Protection Program posthaste. And hire a food taster.

Posted by: Dana Mathewson at May 24, 2022 09:48 AM (usxcn)

3 I certainly would were I he, although I'm not so sure about the witness protection program these days either.

Certainly the tighter the noose around Hildabeasts' turkey neck the asymptotically greater the danger to him.

He'll be found some day with a bullet hole in the back of his head that will be ruled a suicide, no doubt.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at May 25, 2022 08:52 AM (1XaoE)

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