week, Special Counsel Durham indicted Michael Sussmann, an attorney for the
Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign, for lying to the FBI.
indictment gives example after example of the Democratic Party’s bag of dirty
September 2016, Sussmann met with the FBI’s General Counsel, James Baker, and
provided information and data files that allegedly contained evidence of a
secret communication channel between the Trump Organization and a Russian bank
– Alfa Bank.
evidence was fabricated. The allegations about the Trump Organization being
linked with a Russian bank were false: the email server at issue was neither
owned nor operated by the Trump Organization.
the lie in the indictment occurred when Sussmann allegedly told the FBI General
Counsel that he wasn’t providing the information on any client’s behalf. He
repeated the same to another government agency.
assertions were apparently false. He was working for the Hillary Clinton
the indictment states that although Baker was allegedly unaware of the
political affiliation of the information, starting in April of 2016, Sussmann
represented the Democratic National Committee and regularly met with the FBI. According
to the indictment, the FBI failed to connect the dots.
Durham’s indictment shows in significant detail are the steps that the Clinton
campaign and her Democratic allies took to dirty up Trump and did so with known
and again, my colleagues on the other side of the aisle have cast false
information against Trump to tie him to a foolish conspiracy that he’s an agent
of the Russian government.
and again, when the evidence is made public, the Democratic Party is shown to
be the master of the disinformation universe. And much of the so-called
mainstream press fell for it, and peddled the falsehoods.
like to talk about a few examples from the indictment.
Sussmann was working with an unnamed executive at a technology firm that had
been offered a position in the Clinton administration, should she have won.
individual compiled and analyzed the false Alfa Bank information and according
to the indictment:
access to non-public data at multiple internet companies to conduct opposition
research concerning Trump.”
accomplish those ends, the executive enlisted: “the assistance of researchers
at a U.S.-based university who were receiving and analyzing internet data in
connection with a pending federal government cybersecurity research contract.”
the indictment later says that the University accessed data of an unnamed
executive branch agency through an unnamed internet company.
unnamed internet company possessed that data because it was a sub-contract “in
a sensitive relationship between the U.S. government and another company.”
taxpayers unwittingly assisted the false information campaign used against
Trump by the Democrats.
like to say you can’t make this stuff up but that’s exactly what they did.
researcher that worked to falsely connect Trump to Alfa Bank said, “We cannot
technically make any claims that would fly public scrutiny.”
also discussed faking email addresses to try and beef up some bogus false
connection between Trump and Alfa Bank.
the unnamed tech executive eventually said the Alfa Bank data was a “red
email in the indictment even says, in part, “The only thing that drives us at
this point is that we just do not like Trump. This will not fly in the eyes of
public scrutiny. Folks, I am afraid we have tunnel vision.”
recognized that what they were doing lacked any factual support, yet Sussmann,
the Democrats and the Clinton Campaign proceeded anyway.
more than that, Christopher Steele reportedly got his information about Alfa
Bank from Sussmann and included it in the Steele Dossier.
indictment clearly shows the depths to which the Clinton campaign went to smear
Trump with false evidence and plant it with the liberal media who willingly ran
here we are, years later with a country that’s been almost torn apart because
of the Democratic Party’s fake evidence against Trump.
Counsel Durham stated on December 9, 2019, in part, relating to the Justice
Department Inspector General’s report on Crossfire Hurricane, “last month we
advised the Inspector General that we do not agree with some of the report’s
conclusions as to predication and how the FBI case was opened.”
Counsel Durham has had several years to investigate and bring the case forward.
We’ve seen two instances where folks have been charged with a crime, with one
must not forget the Obama-Biden Justice Department’s and FBI’s blatant
misrepresentations to the FISA court during Crossfire Hurricane and other
serious wrongdoing, much of which was uncovered by Congress and the Inspector
June 29, 2021, Senator Johnson and I asked Attorney General Garland if he
agrees with then-Attorney General Barr’s statement that any Durham report be
submitted in a form that will permit public dissemination.
July 13, 2021, Attorney General Garland said that he agrees.
Counsel Durham, let’s see what you’ve got.