Hillary Clinton-linked Perkins Coie lawyer Michael Sussmann was indicted on Thursday for lying to the FBI about representing no client when he told the FBI about a secret avenue of communications between Alpha Bank in Russia and then-candidate Donald Trump.
But, it was Hillary who first made the claim about the connection between Trump and the bank. Of course, lying is nothing new for Hillary Clinton.
It has become her trademark and the probable reason she lost her bid for the presidency twice.
The alleged connection between Trump and the bank was paid for by Hillary Clinton and the DNC. Sussmann was a lawyer for Pekins Coie, who contracted with Fusion GPS that hired Christopher Steele to write a rubbish report in an effort to get Hillary elected.
Special Counsel, John Durham obtained the billing records of Perkins Coie that proved that Sussmann had billed the Hillary campaign for his work on Alpha bank.
According to a debunked story published by far-left Slate, Trump had set up a secret server in Trump Tower to communicate with Alpha Bank.
Ironically, it was Hillary who had set up a secret server in her Long Island home when she was running a pay-for-play scheme from the State Department.
On October 31st Hillary tweeted, “It’s time for Trump to answer serious questions about his ties to Russia.” She then linked to the story from far-left Slate, who probably got their story from Hillary or someone working for her.
Excerpt from the Slate article:
“I have an outlier here that connects to Russia in a strange way,” he wrote in his notes. He couldn’t quite figure it out at first. But what he saw was a bank in Moscow that kept irregularly pinging a server registered to the Trump Organization on Fifth Avenue.
Special Counsel John Durham, the federal prosecutor tapped during the Trump administration to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation, could be days – if not hours – from taking his case to a grand jury against a cybersecurity attorney for allegedly providing a false statement to the FBI, Fox News has learned.
Durham has yet to submit an official report to the Justice Department, but portions are expected to include unfavorable information about the FBI, two sources told Fox News. Durham has cast his net wide and is apparently looking at individuals outside of government, they said.