Trump lashes out at 'corrupt' media for IGNORE claim that Hillary's campaign paid to spy on him

Trump lashes out at ‘corrupt’ media for IGNORE claim that Hillary’s campaign paid to spy on him

Special Counsel John Durham was appointed by then Attorney General William Barr as Special Counsel to the U.S. Department of Justice in October 2020, while Trump was President.

Special Counsel John Durham was appointed by then Attorney General William Barr as Special Counsel to the U.S. Department of Justice in October 2020, while Trump was President.

Former President Donald Trump on Monday lambasted the mainstream media for ignoring allegations that Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign paid a tech company to “penetrate” Trump Tower and White House servers in an attempt to reach out to Russia.

Trump said the high-profile claims detailed in the lawsuit by Special Counsel John Durham were “bigger than Watergate” over a scandal in which former President Richard Nixon spied on political rivals.

He added that the lack of coverage of the issue in the more liberal-minded networks is itself a “scandal”, in contrast to the constant stream of pundits and Republican officials influencing the right-wing media.

“Can you imagine what should be the biggest story of our time, bigger than Watergate, gets absolutely no mention, ZERO, in the New York Times, Washington Post, ABC Fake News, NBC Fake News, CBS Fake News , ratings. “Dead CNN and MSDNC,” Trump said via his Save America PAC.

“That in itself is a scandal, the fact that a story so big, so powerful and so important to the future of our nation is not receiving any coverage from LameStream, which is being talked about all over the world.

Just as they won’t talk about the many Biden corruption scandals before the election (or, for that matter, now!), they won’t talk about it, which is potentially even more so. It shows how corrupt and shameless the media is.”

Trump even suggested that he would be executed if he was accused of hacking and falsifying information on the opponent’s servers.

“Can you imagine if the roles were reversed and Republicans, in particular President Donald Trump, were convicted of illegally spying on the office of the president? Hell will begin and the electric chair will immediately come out of retirement,” he said.

“The good news is that not only is everyone talking about this atrocity against our nation, but that the press refuses to even mention a major crime that has been committed.”

DailyMail.com found no links or references to the latest John Durham revelations on the main sites mentioned by Trump, although the story was picked up by the media in the United Kingdom.

Former President Donald Trump said on Monday he could be electrocuted if he is accused of spying for Hillary Clinton.

Former President Donald Trump said on Monday he could be electrocuted if he is accused of spying for Hillary Clinton.

He cited the mainstream media's double standards for not covering the allegations, suggesting it was a crime in itself.

He cited the mainstream media’s double standards for not covering the allegations, suggesting it was a crime in itself.

This contrasts sharply with the same networks’ full coverage of the now-discredited Steele dossier.

A Democratic-funded opposition study that suggested Trump was in the Kremlin’s pocket was found to be used by the FBI as the basis for monitoring former Trump campaign aide Carter Page before key allegations in it were debunked, and one of his key sources , Russian analyst Igor Danchenko was accused of lying to the same agency.

At the time of Danchenko’s arrest, it appeared that the same media outlets that gave the dossier oxygen before it could be verified were ready to reconsider their coverage.

However, they have also kept quiet about the Durham finds since the weekend.

Meanwhile, right-wing pundits and current and former Republican officials have lashed out at the Clinton team, with some even agreeing with Trump’s accusation that the Democrat’s actions amounted to “treason.”

Former Deputy National Security Adviser C. T. McFarland said the reason the mainstream media ignored the story was because they were complicit in creating a false narrative about the Trump administration that she was a part of for four months. in 2017.

After leaving the National Security Council, McFarland was briefly considered for the post of U.S. Ambassador to Singapore.

However, her candidacy was thwarted in the Senate after she became embroiled in former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. McFarland previously told senators she was not aware of a link between former national security adviser Michael Flynn and Russia, although a Mueller investigation later uncovered a 2016 email discussing a meeting between Flynn and a Kremlin official.

On Monday, she told Fox & Friends that the media coverage of the issue had “destroyed” her career and suggested they would try to do the same with Trump.

“All the other media were involved in the scam, they were all involved in this. They made Russia, Russia, Russia,” McFarland said.

“I mean, they ruined my career, my reputation, they cost me hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees in connection with the Mueller investigation. So the media doesn’t want to touch it because they are involved in it. They don’t want to be called in front of a grand jury and explained where they got the fake story from and why they keep spreading it.”

It comes after many of the same news outlets were accused of ignoring a study showing that COVID-19 lockdowns reduced the death rate from the virus by only 0.2 percent.

A review by three respected economists from Johns Hopkins University, Lund University in Sweden, and the Danish think tank Center for Policy Research found that lockdowns introduced in the spring of 2020 — including stay-at-home orders, mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing — have reduced deaths from COVID by only 0.2 percent.

A study published in the January 2022 issue of the Applied Economics Research found that lockdowns had resulted in “tremendous economic and social costs” and concluded that they were “unreasonable and should be rejected as a tool of policy towards pandemics in the future.

A study by economists at Johns Hopkins University found that lockdowns, including stay-at-home orders and school closures, reduced COVID deaths by only 0.2 percent overall.

A study by economists at Johns Hopkins University found that lockdowns, including stay-at-home orders and school closures, reduced COVID deaths by only 0.2 percent overall.

But this study was largely ignored by the mainstream US media, with only DailyMail.com, the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, and the Washington Times publishing it.

This study was not found on the New York Times, Washington Post, and ABC News websites, and while some regional affiliates of NBC and CBS reported the story, the national networks did not.

Former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe told Durham he had “enough evidence” to indict “several people,” Fox told Monday.

The Durham documents showed how the Clinton campaign paid money to a tech firm to “penetrate” servers that were in Trump Tower and later the White House.

According to Special Counsel John Durham, the goal was to try to smear Trump by linking him to Russia, which was accused of interfering in the 2016 US presidential election.

The Durham lawsuit alleges that the Clinton campaign paid a tech firm to infiltrate Trump Tower and the White House servers in an attempt to establish a connection between Trump and Russia.

The Durham lawsuit alleges that the Clinton campaign paid a tech firm to infiltrate Trump Tower and the White House servers in an attempt to establish a connection between Trump and Russia.

Durham’s motion, which was filed Friday, looked like a potential conflict of interest against former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman, who was charged with making false statements to a federal agent. Sussman pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Former Trump-Russia Investigation Chief Investigator for House Intelligence Committee led by Republican Devin Nunez Kash Patel said Friday’s documents “conclusively showed that Hillary Clinton’s campaign was directly funded and ordered her lawyers at Perkins Coie to set up a criminal enterprise to fabricate a connection.” between President Trump and Russia,” Fox News reports.

According to Durham, this arrangement was set into motion in July 2016, meaning that the Hillary Clinton campaign and her lawyers orchestrated the most intricate and coordinated conspiracy against Trump when he was a candidate and then President of the United States, while perpetuating false accusations. . Falsifying the Steele Dossier, Patel told Fox.

In the indictment, Sussman details how, two months before the September 2016 presidential election, he explained to FBI General Counsel James Baker that he wasn’t working “for any client” when he submitted documents allegedly describing “a covert communication channel” between the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank, Russia’s largest private bank with ties to the Kremlin.

Michael Sussman, a cybersecurity lawyer who worked for the Hillary Clinton campaign, has pleaded not guilty to lying to the FBI.

Democratic attorney Michael Sussman has been accused of lying to FBI General Counsel James Baker about whether he advised Hillary Clinton.

In Durham’s statement on Friday, he described how Sussman “collected and turned over allegations to the FBI on behalf of at least two specific clients, including a CTO (CTO 1) named Rodney Joffe at an American Internet company. company (Internet Company 1) and the Clinton campaign.”

It also says that Sussman and the chief technical officer (Joffe) met to speak with another lawyer serving as general counsel for the Clinton campaign, whom Fox calls Mark Elias of the law firm Perkins Coie.

The document also shows how Josse worked with Sussman at the behest of the Clinton campaign to “gather alleged data and official documents” — essentially to gather information that would link Trump to Russia.

Trump reacted to the sensational news with a stunning proposal to execute Clinton over the allegations.

On Saturday night, he released a statement that began by mistakenly referring to the special counsel as “Robert” and not “John.”

“Special Counsel Robert Durham’s latest statement provides overwhelming evidence that my campaign and presidency was monitored by operatives paid by Hillary Clinton’s campaign to establish completely fabricated ties to Russia,” Trump said via the Save America PAC.

He added: “In a stronger period of time in our country, this crime would have been punishable by death.”

Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan agreed with Trump during an appearance on Fox & Friends on Sunday morning.

“We have never seen anything like it in history,” Jordan said.

“So, President Trump’s statement yesterday, I think hit the mark. This is truly unprecedented, indeed something that has never happened before in the history of our great country.”

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