Is this why full transparency on Russiagate still eludes us?
Obama put his seal of approval on the narrative before there was even one ounce of proof…
It seems to me like we are still suffering from McCarthyism if the elected leader of the free world feels completely comfortable with whispering the ‘Russian’ lie to scare half the country and peddle a false narrative.
All these people have to do is say: Russian hacker, Chinese operative, Islamic terrorist, and the newest one, ‘domestic terrorist’ to scare at least half the population into believing anything.
Take a look:
Why did DC jury acquit Sussmann? Politics aside, simplest answer is the evidence-which suggested the Obama FBI leadership knew full well the Clinton gang was behind the Alfa Bank-Russia smears of Trump. Durham tried to pretend Obama FBI was a victim. It was a co-conspirator.
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) May 31, 2022
The Epoch Times reports:
On Oct. 7, six days before CrowdStrike agreed to mail the server images to the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released a statement accusing Russia of hacking U.S. political organizations and disseminating emails allegedly stolen through the hack.
The statement was approved and encouraged by Obama, according to then-DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.
“The president approved the statement. I know he wanted us to make the statement.
#Russiagate is still being covered up.
One has to remember that mention of the Clinton Campaign throughout this article should read "the Clinton Campaign including Barack Obama and Joe Biden".
That's why it's still being suppressed.https://t.co/5S41KVdqTT
— Greg Bean (@GregLBean) May 30, 2022
While Strzok and Obama FBI were KNOWINGLY using Russia and Clinton campaign disinfo to spy on Trump, they were COVERING up classified Clinton emails on Weiner laptop. Clinton email coverup and Russiagate scandal are tied at the hip–and should be prosecuted as such. https://t.co/UMSQSiENGB
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) June 1, 2022
According to The Hill, Sussmann’s trial did serious damage to the credibility of the F.B.I:
Regardless of what the jury decides regarding Sussmann, the combined record of the Steele dossier and the Alfa Bank claim makes certain echelons within FBI look like the equivalent of unindicted co-conspirators.