She Faked It All! New Evidence Puts Hillary In The Front Line

According to her campaign manager Robby Mook’s testimony, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton directly authorized the distribution to the media of a false connection between her 2016 opponent, GOP contender Donald Trump.

Even though campaign staffers confessed they were not “completely sure” that the intelligence was authentic, Mook claimed Clinton personally signed off on the assertion that there was a clandestine electronic communications backchannel between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank on Friday.

The defense team for former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann, who is accused of one count of lying to FBI general counsel James Baker during a September 2016 meeting in which Sussmann said he was not there on behalf of any client, called on Mook to testify.

In addition, Fox News notes:

DeFillippis questioned Mook about the campaign’s grasp of the Alfa Bank claims against Trump and if they intended to reveal any information to the public during a cross-examination on Friday.

Marc Elias, the campaign’s general counsel at the time, was a partner at Perkins Coie, where Mook first learned about the Alfa Bank scandal.

“People who had competence in this type of subject,” according to Mook’s testimony, provided the data.

According to Mook, the campaign wasn’t sure whether it was “substantive” or “correct” but had wanted to offer the material to a journalist who could “track it down” to see if it was.

With top campaign officials including campaign chairman John Podesta, former communications director Jennifer Palmieri, and current national security advisor Jake Sullivan he discussed whether or not to share the material with a reporter.

Mook stated, “I spoke to Hillary about it as well.”

On the surface, the chat was about sharing a story with a reporter: “I don’t remember the content of the conversation,” Mook claimed.

Mook stated, “She agreed” when questioned about Clinton’s reaction.

Additionally, special prosecutor John Durham said that Sussmann was working for Clinton’s client, technology executive Rodney Joffe, at the time he spoke with Baker. Sussmann billed Clinton’s campaign after meeting with Baker.

Sussmann has denied the charges against him.

According to Fox News, “despite U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper’s judgment last month that the court would exclude the tweet as hearsay,” the government tried to include an Oct. 31 tweet from Clinton as evidence.

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“Computer experts have supposedly identified a hidden server tying the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank,” Clinton tweeted on Friday, according to the government’s motion to admit the post into evidence. It provided a screengrab of Sullivan’s statement on behalf of Clinton’s campaign, which was posted on Twitter.

It’s possible that this is the most direct relationship between Donald Trump and Moscow that we’ve seen so far. According to a statement released by Sullivan, “computer experts have discovered a hidden server connecting the Trump Organization to a bank located in Russia.” The statement went on to say that the “secret hotline may be the key to unravelling the puzzle of Trump’s links to Russia.”

The statement went on to say that “This line of communication may help explain Trump’s bizarre adoration of Vladimir Putin and endorsement of so many pro-Kremlin positions throughout this campaign,” and it added that “This line of communication may help explain why Trump has endorsed so many pro-Kremlin positions.” “In light of Russia’s masterminding of hacking attempts that are plainly meant to disrupt Hillary Clinton’s campaign, it raises even more worrisome issues,” the author writes. “It is evident that Russia’s goal was to damage Hillary Clinton’s campaign.”

The former campaign advisor continued by saying that they “can only presume federal authorities will now pursue this clear link between Trump and Russia as part of their current investigation into Russia’s intervention in our elections.”

All of the claims that Trump and Russia have some kind of sinister connection have been shown to be false.