(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – We’ve witnessed plenty of evidence and even testimony come to light that has tied twice-failed Democratic presidential candidate and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, her attorneys, her campaign, and other activists deeply entwined within the Democratic Party to the strategy they cooked up back in 2016 to attempt connecting Donald Trump to Russia.
The Steele Dossier, which has been thoroughly debunked, along with the Alfa Bank story, other wacky allegations falsely made by the FBI to gain court permission to spy on Trump’s campaign staffers, and much more, are all part of the mountain of evidence that exists.
According to WND, there’s a new report that has come out to suggest that former President Barack Obama, who was allegedly briefed on Clinton’s plan to try tying Trump to Russia in order to keep folks distracted from her email scandal, which was blowing up at the time, was part of the whole thing.
The Epoch Times has conducted an investigation that has revealed Obama gave his approval to a statement that accused Russia of hacking Democratic National Committee servers before there was even evidence of that happening.
“Such claims were included in the overall set of claims that Russia was interfering with America’s presidential election, a scheme that ultimately triggered the two-year-long investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller into the Trump campaign, an investigation that found no evidence of collusion there,” WND reported.
“The report from the Times revealed Obama approved a statement released by the U.S. intelligence community in October 2016 that accused Russia of stealing emails from the DNC,” the report continued.
The approval ended up coming “despite the U.S. government not having obtained the DNC server images crucial to ascertaining whether Moscow was involved in the theft,” the Times report went on to say.
“The report explained FBI emails made public during the recent trial of Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman, who was accused of lying to the FBI but acquitted by a jury that included multiple Clinton fans and one parent whose child competed on the same athletic team as Sussman’s daughter, showed the bureau of still requesting evidence when the statement was released,” WND continued.
The report went on to reveal that the images, which were from CrowdStrike, were still pending when the Department of Homeland Security anbd the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, made accusations against Russia concerning the hacking of political organizations here in the United States.
“The statement was approved and encouraged by Obama, according to then-DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson,” the report said. In fact, he went on to tell Congress in 2017, “The president approved the statement. I know he wanted us to make the statement. So that was very definitely a statement by the United States government, not just Jim Clapper and me.”
During this time, Clapper was the Director of National Intelligence.
The statement, which received the Obama stamp of approval, insisted that the intel community, composed of more than a dozen agencies “confident that the Russian Government directed the recent compromises of e-mails from US persons and institutions, including from U.S. political organizations.”
The statement then made the claim that the hack was “consistent” with “Russian-directed efforts.”
“A similar claim was made by many so-called intelligence experts from the Obama era when, just before the 2020 presidential election, a laptop computer was found that Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, had abandoned at a repair shop,” the WND reported.
The laptop, which has become infamous at this point in time, contained a ton of very damaging material concerning the Biden family, revealing international business plots that might have put a pretty penny in Joe Biden’s pocket.
“Those intelligence officials at the time claimed it had the markings of Russian disinformation. They have yet to retract their claim even though the veracity of the laptop hard drive and its contents has now been confirmed,” the report from WND said.
The Times then stated in their report,” The lack of server images at the time the statement was released highlights the question of what the intelligence community used to establish Russia’s involvement.”
This is due to the fact that the CrowdStrike report sent over to the FBI was “heavily redacted,” and that the FBI’s James Trainor was so upset over the redactions that “he doubted its completeness because he knew that outside counsel had reviewed it.”
The report then said that “outside counsel” was probably Michael Sussmann.
The report noted, “The FBI never received the unredacted reports, according to a government court filing in the case against Roger Stone. According to the filing, lawyers for the DNC told prosecutors that ‘no redacted information’ in the CrowdStrike reports ‘concerned the attribution of the attack to Russian actors.’”
Shawn Henry, president of CrowdStrike, who was placed in charge of the firm’s work for the DNC intrusion “has told congressional investigators that his company did not have concrete evidence that emails had been stolen from the DNC.”
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