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Elon Musk: “Clinton Campaign Lawyer Created An Elaborate Hoax About Trump And Russia”


We are witnessing the collapse of the Russiagate house of cards…

Michael Sussmann’s trial began several days ago, and those hoping for a conviction in the ongoing trial are confident that the judge presiding over the case will deliver.

Certain mainstream outlets are now providing coverage of the Sussmann trial after having previously covered up, or worse—outright peddled the Russia collusion hoax, making the DNC lies believable to the mass public.

I don’t know about you, but when I see outlets like the BBC completely abandon the Democrat narrative, I know that Dems and leftists have completely lost the plot…

Elon Musk, who has recently gone on record saying that he will vote Republican, responded to a tweet from Jim Jordan by saying:

The BBC article Musk shared, states:

Mr Sussmann presented what he claimed was evidence of suspicious internet traffic connecting the Trump Organization to Russia’s Alfa Bank. The FBI looked into the allegation and found nothing suspicious.

Prosecutors say Mr Sussmann lied by not disclosing in the meeting that he was working for the Democrat’s campaign. The indictment charges that he claimed not to be representing any particular client and that he presented himself purely as a concerned citizen.


Washington Examiner writes:

A user by the name VeeSPIKE had tagged Musk, argued the tweet was disinformation, and expressed interest in knowing whether Twitter would take action in the event Musk assumed command of the platform.

The billionaire tycoon included a link to a BBC article about the trial of Sussmann, who is accused of misleading the FBI to prompt the agency to investigate then-candidate Donald Trump.


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