Paul Sperry, an investigative reporter from Real Clear Investigation has penned an article speculating what Hillary’s role was in the Russian collusion hoax. Turn over any rock and you will find Hillary. She is a tyrant and to my way of thinking, she would have insisted on running the operation and not resting that task to anyone else. Sperry claims that Hillary’s role is elusive. That means she did it, but now you’d have to prove it.
Top officials from her 2016 campaign have consistently said that Hillary was unaware of their disinformation campaign. Maybe she was, but I am still skeptical. Hillary is a control freak and I just can’t buy that she was an innocent bystander.I mean when it came time to hire a law firm for the hoax, her lawyers were hired.
Sperry concluded that according to court documents and behind the scene videos as well as Hillary’s posts on Twitter alleging Trump was connected to Alpha Bank among other things, would tend to raise4 questions about what she knew. Her campaign made up lies and then planted them with the friendly lamestream press and law enforcement agencies.
Dossier author Christopher Steele himself has suggested Clinton was briefed on his reports, when on July 5th, 2016, which is the very same day that James Comey exonerated Hillary over her email scandal, Steele handed off part of his report to an FBI agent and his notes suggest that Hillary was aware of the handoff.
“The notes reflect that Steele told [his FBI handler Michael Gaeta] that Steele was aware that ‘Democratic Party associates’ were paying for [his] research; the ‘ultimate client’ was the leadership of the Clinton presidential campaign; and ‘the candidate’ was aware of Steele’s reporting,” Justice Department watchdog Michael Horowitz wrote in his 2019 report examining the FBI’s use of the dossier to justify spying on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
Later that same month, during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, the CIA picked up Russian chatter about a Clinton foreign policy adviser who was trying to develop allegations to “vilify” Trump. The intercepts said Clinton herself had approved a “plan” to “stir up a scandal” against Trump by tying him to Putin. According to handwritten notes, then-CIA chief John Brennan warned President Obama that Moscow had intercepted information about the “alleged approval by Hillary Clinton on July 26, 2016, of a proposal from one of her foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump.”
At the convention, Clinton foreign policy adviser Jake Sullivan drove a golf cart from one TV-network news tent in the parking lot to another, pitching producers, anchors, correspondents and even some NBC network executives a story that Trump and his advisers were in bed with Putin and possibly conspiring with Russian intelligence to steal the election. He also visited CNN and MSNBC, as well as Fox News, to spin the Clinton campaign’s unfounded theories. Sullivan even sat down with CNN honcho Jeff Zucker to outline the opposition research they had gathered on Trump and Russia.