Special Counsel Durham Found First Evidence of ‘Russia Collusion’ — by Hillary’s Team

Special Counsel Durham Found First Evidence of ‘Russia Collusion’ — by Hillary’s Team

November 5, 2021

Special Counsel John Durham’s indictment Thursday of “dossier” source Igor Danchenko revealed Thursday the first real evidence of “Russia collusion” — and unsurprisingly, it was linked to Hillary Clinton’s associates, not to Donald Trump or his presidential campaign.

Danchenko was the main “Russian” source for former British spy Christopher Steele, who compiled the fraudulent “Russia dossier” on Trump on behalf of opposition research firm Fusion GPS, which was secretly being paid by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

Now the indictment reveals that communications consultant (and Clinton apparatchik) Charles Dolan Jr., was working with Danchenko. Dolan had the kind of Russian contacts Trump’s enemies searched for in vain when they persecuted the 45th president. Had Special Counsel Robert Mueller found anything like these contacts near Trump, the hoax would have been vindicated.

Whether Dolan was acting on the campaign’s instructions or not, Danchenko was providing information to Steele, whose research was being funded by the campaign. And Dolan was making sure Danchenko had information Steele could use. This was “Russia collusion” of the highest order, reinforcing the possibility that the Steele dossier was itself Russian disinformation.

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