The special counsel leading the investigation into whether or not there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia stated in a court filing this week where all of the evidence he has gathered points to: Hillary Clinton, her operatives, and her team formed a “conspiracy” to hurt and undermine Trump and improve her chances of becoming president of the U.S.
U.S. Attorney John Durham’s filing included fresh evidence to support his operational hypothesis. Just the News obtained a text in which Clinton attorney Michael Sussmann lied to the FBI about not working for any of his clients when he handed over to the bureau a false claim saying that Trump had an unknown and secret communication channel with the Kremlin at Alfa Bank in Moscow to rig the election.
The parties, according to Durham, which includes the Sussman’s campaign, the Clinton organization, and researchers, “acted as ‘joint venturers,’” therefore they should be considered co-conspirators.
The bogus story about the Moscow bank was not the only one that Hillary Clinton’s team fed to the Obama administration in order to legitimize her claimed phony “joint venture” to gain access to the White House. Last week, the FEC fined Clinton’s 2016 campaign and the DNC for failing to disclose their funding of the debunked Steele dossier, which accused Trump of colluding with Russia.
The Obama Justice Dept.’s investigation into the alleged Trump-Russia connection began with a spate of phony, lurid claims against Trump that were later revealed to have been created by Russian intelligence agents. It was the most significant piece of evidence presented before a secret FISA tribunal to obtain electronic surveillance warrants on Trump’s campaign.
The text from to the FBI’s attorney James Baker from Sussman that was released this week in the court filing will be used by prosecutors to show that Sussmann lied to the FBI, but then admitted the truth about working for the Clinton campaign when he testified before Congress.
Cynthia M. Patel, the former House investigator, collaborated with then-Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) to expose Barack Obama’s fraudulent foundation for the Trump-Russia investigation.
According to his statement to Just the News, Durham “has just demonstrated to the world what important components of our “Russiagate” investigation proved.”
Patel stated, “There’s hard evidence, text messages and emails that show the Clinton team, Fusion GPS, Joffe, Perkins Cole and the news media were all linked in August 2016 to promote the false Alfa Bank server tale while also working on the Steele Dossier issue.”
“Under the rules of evidence, Durham submits all of this evidence as a ‘joint venture conspiracy.’”