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FLASHBACK: Hillary Clinton Invented Russiagate Conspiracy Theory

The Obama White House was complicit.

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The public origins of the left’s Russian “collusion” conspiracy theory appear to be an at-the-time innocuous video posted to then-candidate Hillary R. Clinton’s Twitter page in early August of 2016, three months before Donald Trump’s decisive election victory.

“Seriously, what is going on with Trump and Russia?” she captioned a Tweet, adding a video suggesting that then-candidate Trump was working with Russian president Vladimir Putin.

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Several key events had already transpired by the time Clinton sent this Tweet, all but proving that the Russiagate conspiracy theory was a Clinton campaign invention.

In Spring of 2016, well before the Clinton Tweet, the Clinton campaign had already retained Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele to dig up dirt on Trump. Specifically, it was Democratic Party campaign lawyer Marc Elias who hired Fusion GPS through is firm, Perkins Coie. Fusion sub-contracted with former spy Michael Steele, who’d done long stints of intelligence work in Russia.

Steele quickly turned around and filed his first incendiary report with his Democrat-funded client on the 20th of June, 2016.

They hired Steele, who has deep ties to Moscow, and he compiled his still-unverified dossier that, among other bogus claims, said that Trump had hired Russian hookers to pee on him years prior.

On the same day as the Clinton Tweet, disgraced former FBI lawyers and lovers Lisa Page and Peter Strzok were scheming about protecting the country from a Trump presidency. Prior to August 2016, they had been monitoring the campaign, but had not outwardly spoken of using their power to defeat Trump.

Page told Strzok that he may be “meant to protect the country from that menace,” (meaning Trump), to which Strzok replied “I can protect our country at many levels.”

Two days later, Strzok reassured the lovely Lisa Page that Trump would never become president.

“We’ll stop it,” he said.

Almost 700 days later, the case set in motion by Clinton, the DNC, and Obama’s cronies in the FBI has finally been settled. Trump did not collude with anyone to win the 2016 election. Nor did he obstruct justice.

It was all a fantastic lie.


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Congressman Claims Deep State May Have Planted Fake News about Russians in Afghanistan

This is likely the newest Russian hoax.

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Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) believes that certain deep state actors may have planted fake news about the Russians paying Taliban personnel to kill U.S. soldiers.

The story was reported by the New York Times last week, and President Donald Trump has been thrown through the ringer because he supposedly did nothing about it.

The White House has disputed the facts of the story, and Banks told Breitbart News Tonight on SiriusXM that he thinks this may be the next phase of the Russia scam that has been perpetrated since before Trump was sworn into office.

Banks explained on the show that “initial tactical reports often require additional collection and validation,” and he is angered that the work by the Times could prevent the truth from ever being known.

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“Gina Haspel, the CIA director, released a statement, released her first-ever statement, she’s never done this before, but she released a statement saying that the intelligence was not convincing enough that it rose to the point that they took it seriously that should brief the president about the alleged bounties on American troops or American civilians serving in Afghanistan,” Banks said.

“To your point, it’s hit pieces like this that make it much harder for the president to do his job, to get out, to bring our troops home and end the longest war in American history, but also to identify the real threats of the day … the intelligence community spent the last four days focused on refuting this hit piece when they should be focused on the greatest existential threat we face in America today which is combatting the China threat,” he added.

“Democrats want to wear out this Russian-Trump collusion hoax because they want to make hay out of that to divert attention away from the biggest weakness of all from Joe Biden and Hunter Biden, the Hunter Biden corruption issue is that Obama record fo appeasing and turning a blind eye to the nefarious actions of China,” Banks explained. “They don’t want to talk about that; that’s why they want to bring out this tired old Russian narrative that the American people have long moved on from.”

The Pentagon has come out and said that there is not enough evidence for the claim to be corroborated.

“The Department of Defense continues to evaluate intelligence that Russian GRU operatives were engaged in malign activity against United States and coalition forces in Afghanistan. To date, DOD has no corroborating evidence to validate the recent allegations found in open-source reports. Regardless, we always take the safety and security of our forces in Afghanistan – and around the world – most seriously and therefore continuously adopt measures to prevent harm from potential threats,” Pentagon Spokesman Jonathan Hoffman said in a statement given to American Military News on Monday night.

Yet again, it seems the fake news is putting America last by publishing dubious reports that hurt national security just to attack President Trump.

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