Hillary Drops Trump & Stormy Trial Bombshell

Actor John Lithgow once said: “I gave up shame years ago.” It seems those words appear to have impress Hillary Clinton, who has severed any sense of self-awareness or shame in her public comments. It is noted that Lithgow, who played Bill Clinton in Broadway production of Hillary and Clinton, appears to have inspired the subject of his play via Zero Hedge.



In a recent interview, Hillary Clinton has heralded the prosecution of former president Donald Trump in Manhattan as “election interference” by keeping “relevant information” from voters before an election. For the ones who criticized Clinton for the funding of the infamous Steele dossier, it was a perfectly otherworldly moment.

It has been noted that in the interview, Clinton went after the Supreme Court for delaying a trial of Trump despite the push by Special Counsel Jack Smith for a verdict before the election. She then left many in disbelief with the following statement:

“And the one going on now currently in New York is really about election interference. It is about trying to prevent the people of our country from having relevant information that may have influenced how they could have voted in 2016 or whether they would have voted.”

In the same election, it was Hillary Clinton’s campaign that lied about funding the Steele dossier and then hiding the funding as a legal expense through then-Clinton General Counsel Marc Elias.

The Clinton campaign staff has never been transparent and buried in the detailed account is a footnote stating that Elias “declined to be voluntarily interviewed by the Office.” John Durham noted that “no one at Fusion GPS … would agree to voluntarily speak with the Office” while both the DNC and Clinton campaign invoked privileges to refuse to answer certain questions.

Well, Elias, his former partner Michael Sussmann, and the campaign were later found involved in not just spreading the false claims from the Steele dossier but other false stories like the Alfa Bank conspiracy claim. Elias managed the legal budget for the campaign.

New York Times reporter Ken Vogel said that Elias denied involvement in the anti-Trump dossier. When Vogel tried to report the story, he said, Elias “pushed back vigorously, saying ‘You (or your sources) are wrong.’” Times reporter Maggie Haberman declared, “Folks involved in funding this lied about it, and with sanctimony, for a year.”

Barry Russell
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