The Durham trial uncovered jaw-dropping news that Hillary Clinton personally approved releasing the Alta Bank/Russia collusion allegations/documents to the media, even though the campaign knew that the information was bogus. Former Clinton campaign chairman Robby Mook gave his testimony under oath…
The origin of the scheme was exposed.
The trial against Hillary Clinton Lawyer, Michael Sussmann also brought to light the sworn testimony of other Clinton campaign members and members of the FBI and other government agencies, disclosing things that were unknown, but have now been revealed…
The Washington D.C. swamp and its dirty little secrets are being exposed.
The lies are stripping the D.C. swamp bureaucrats of their secrets.
The Naked Swamp exposure is something every American should know.
Here are 8 realities — Stinky Swamp Realities You Should Know…
Here are the 8 Stinky Realities Exposed:
1. The Russian Hoax Started with the Clinton Campaign.
The Clinton Campaign paid to have her opposition research team come up with fake documents which were then used by the FBI, and the mainstream media to create a false narrative that President Trump and his campaign colluded with Russia to steal the election from Hillary Clinton, and perpetuate the narrative that Trump was a stooge of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
2. Durham Exposed the Deep State’s Dirt Schemes.
Clinton and her team used every dirty tactic and political trick in their playbook, to take down candidate Trump, and when he won, President Trump. She was aided by the deep state players in the Department of Justice (DOJ), the FBI, CIA, the FISA Court, Democrats (and some Republican RINOs) in congress, their political operatives in the media and big tech — All exposed by Durham’s team during the trial.
3. Proof The Deep State is Real… And not a “Right Wing Conspiracy Theory”
Durham exposed that the Deep State was real, not a “conspiracy theory”. Although the FBI could not corroborate the “Steele Dossier” that supposedly connected the dots between Trump and Russia, they were still able to get a FISA warrant to spy on Trump, his family, associates, and campaign team, by claiming that the information was true (they lied to a FISA court judge).
This information was then used by Democrats in Congress to conduct impeachment proceedings against President Trump.
4. Linking the “Alleged” Conspirators with False Information.
Clinton’s lawyer Sussmann, through the Clinton campaign, used the FBI, opposition research company Fusion GPS, and Christopher Steele, to disseminated information to the FBI, Congress, the media, and big Tech. All used the “FBI investigation” as a cover to show that their narrative was real.
Sussmann, Clinton, Fusion GPS, and Christopher Steele all counted on their operatives in the deep state and the FBI to take the bait they were dangling in front of them — all done with a wink and a nod, behind closed doors and the dark corridors within our government.
Each shopped the dossier to their own contacts within the FBI — known as “circular reporting”. This is done to make it look like two different sections of the FBI are investigating, giving the media and other deep state player’s “Trump/Russian collusion” narrative more credibility.
Steele also doubled down through his contact at Fusion GPS, Nellie Orr, who is Justice Department official Bruce Orr’s wife. Bruce handed over a copy of the “Russian dossier” to Deputy FBI Director Andy McCabe. Steele also gave a copy of the dossier to Jonathan Winer of the State Department…
And guess who had a satellite office in the law offices of Clinton Law firm Perkins Coie… None other than the FBI. Think about it—Clinton lawyers with direct access to the FBI’s files.
5. Getting Help from The Top “Deep State” Players.
The Steele dossier became a hot potato within the Federal government, being passed from one department to another, working it’s way up the chain of command to all the department heads of the FBI, DOJ, State Department, and Justice Department.
Although several FBI agents testified that they didn’t take the dossier seriously, and had dismissed it as ludicrous, FBI agent Joseph Pientka’s own internal message was introduced during the trial, which showed that 2 days after the Sussmann met with FBI director James Baker, the FBI was very interested in investigating Trump. An excerpt from the message stated, “People on the 7th floor to include Director are fired up about this server…Did you guys open a case?… Its [sic] not an option — We must do it.”
Rodney Joffe, a tech executive used privileged access to create the Alpha Bank/Russian collusion claims and was a “confidential source” to the FBI. However, Joffe didn’t give his “information” to the FBI, but to Michael Sussmann, Hillary Clinton’s lawyer, who then peddled it out to his allies within the FBI, Fusion GPS and others.
6. It Pays to Have Powerful Friends.
It seems that all of Clinton’s associates, lawyers, and campaign workers all had a close relationship with the FBI. So close that Clinton lawyer, Sussman was allowed to edit a draft of the FBI’s press release about the supposed DNC “hack” in 2016.
Sussmann asked the FBI to change the first line of their press release in order to mirror the DNC’s messaging on the hack. He told the FBI that he preferred a more definitive statement that made clear “the FBI is aware of the cyber intrusion involving the DCCC that has been reported in the media.”
The FBI made the changes without hesitation or question.
In fact, Sussmann was so chummy with the FBI that he regularly texted his “good friend”, FBI General Counsel James Baker to set up meetings… meetings to which Sussmann already had clearance to enter the building with a badge that he possessed.
So, Sussman was able to come and go within FBI offices whenever he pleased… no fuss… no muss.
7. The FBI “Leaked” Information About the Russian Hoax — The CIA and Congress Were Also Involved.
In 2016 Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid was informed by Former CIA Director John Brennan about the Trump/Russian collusion information, or rather disinformation. Reid then wrote a letter outlining the allegations, which “leaked” to the media.
This prompted FBI head James Comey to “brief” Trump in 2017 about the
Russian dossier. This briefing was then leaked to media outlet BuzzFeed, which published the dossier. Comey further leaked notes from his meeting with Trump to a friend in the press.
The leaked information from Comey was the kindling that sparked a media fire, which prompted Congressional Democrats to call for a Special Council to investigate Trump and his administration.
Comey appointed the job to his old friend and mentor Robert Mueller. Mueller spent 2 years and over $35 million investigating Trump—Taxpayer money wasted on an investigation the FBI knew was manufactured by Clinton.
The Mueller Report concluded that they “did not find that the Trump campaign, or anyone associated with it, conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in these efforts, despite multiple efforts from Russian-affiliated individuals to assist the Trump campaign.”
However, being good and loyal deep state operatives, they threw in this little caveat — “…while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.”
And no mention of the Clinton campaign financing the Steele Dossier.
8. Operation Codename: ‘Crossfire Hurricane’
In 2016 the FBI sent a couple of agents on a ‘top secret” trip to London to meet with the Australian Ambassador, Alexander Downer, who supposedly had evidence that George Papadopoulos, one of Trump’s advisers, knew about Russia meddling in our elections.
Based on the Ambassador’s information, plus Harry Reid’s letter, and Comey’s leak to the press, and the media firestorm, the special council was formed and Mueller was put in charge.
With FBI top brass and many agents focused now on Trump and his administration, the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, and whether it was hacked by foreign enemies such as Russia and China, were all swept under the rug.
Although FBI head, James Comey read a laundry list of alleged criminal activity regarding Clinton setting up a private email server, he dismissed it by claiming that no attorney would prosecute her — which was not in his purview as FBI director to determine.
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