Today President Trump is vindicated!
A 2016 Clinton campaign manager, Robby Mook, has testified that Hillary Clinton willingly, and knowingly agreed to give the Trump-Russia collusion story to the media…
What was once deeply suspected is now making its way through the mainstream media, with some of these outlets being the very ones complicit in spreading the false Russia-collusion narrative in the first place.
Now that this information is out in the open, will we see justice and accountability on the part of Hillary Clinton?
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One can only hope…Here’s what we currently know:
This has long been known but the proof is emerging now because Hillary's lawyer is on trial for lying to FBI – ie, they not only planted this disinformation with the press but also with FBI. Hillary's campaign manager, Robby Mook, says Hillary personally approved the press leak.
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) May 21, 2022
More on Special Counsel John Durham’s prosecution of Michael Sussmann:
Here are the transcript excerpts from Robby Mook admitting the Alfa Bank allegations – and the idea to spread them to the media – made it all the way up to Hillary Clinton. https://t.co/7dd7FLGDak
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) May 21, 2022
The Epoch Times confirmed:
“We told her we have this and we want to share it with a reporter. She agreed to that,” said Robby Mook, the campaign manager.
The allegations purportedly showed a secret back channel between Trump’s business and Russia’s Alfa Bank.
Several stories were published about the claims on Oct. 31, 2016. Hours later, Clinton herself promoted them.
For Democrats and many in the media, Hillary Clinton has long held a Voldemort-like status as “She who must not be named” in scandals. Yet, her former aide Robby Mook told a jury that Clinton personally approved a plan to spread the Alfa bank claims. https://t.co/GThwkeUXAb
— Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) May 21, 2022
— 👠ChickArOO🇺🇲 (@RepMarinochick) May 21, 2022
CBS News provided this detail:
During cross examination, Mook said the campaign was not fully confident in the Alfa Bank allegations and wanted to give them to a reporter so the reporter could “run it down further” and verify it.