The conspiracy theory that Donald Trump colluded with Russians during the 2016 election is completely discredited.
Despite that, people like Hillary Clinton still spread the ridiculous theory.
But while the Russia theory has no legitimacy, new evidence against Hillary does, and she may end up going into hiding because of it.
The anti-Trump Russia dossier is perhaps what former British Spy Christopher Steele is best known for, but it isn’t the only anti-Trump Russia theory he has propagated.
Steele was well known for sending wild memos to government agencies with information from his investigations.
One of the memos he sent states that people “within the Democratic Party structure itself” were responsible for infamous email leaks targeting the Democratic National Committee.
This likely proves the fact that it wasn’t even Russians who released the information, but instead, it was disgruntled DNC-employees working with WikiLeaks to reveal information they felt needed to be in the public eye.
It could very likely have been someone disgruntled with the DNC’s extreme disrespect for Sen. Bernie Sanders during his Presidential campaign.
That theory is seen by many as much more reasonable.
As reported by The New Yorker:
“On July 26, 2016, after WikiLeaks disseminated the D.N.C. e-mails, Steele filed yet another memo, this time claiming that the Kremlin was “behind” the hacking, which was part of a Russian cyber war against Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Many of the details seemed far-fetched: Steele’s sources claimed that the digital attack involved agents “within the Democratic Party structure itself,” as well as Russian émigrés in the U.S. and “associated offensive cyber operators.”
Neither of these claims has been substantiated, and it’s hard to imagine that they will be. But one of the dossier’s other seemingly outlandish assertions—that the hack involved “state-sponsored cyber operatives working in Russia”—has been buttressed. According to Special Counsel Mueller’s recent indictment of thirteen Russian nationals, Kremlin-backed operatives, hiding behind fake and stolen identities, posed as Americans on Facebook and Twitter, spreading lies and fanning ethnic and religious hatred with the aim of damaging Clinton and helping Trump. The Kremlin apparently spent about a million dollars a month to fund Internet trolls working round-the-clock shifts in a run-down office building in St. Petersburg. Their tactics were similar to those outlined in Steele’s Charlemagne investigation, including spreading falsehoods designed to turn voters toward extremism. The Russian operation also involved political activism inside the U.S., including the organizing of bogus pro-Trump rallies.”
If this employee, or numbers of employees, are fed up with Hillary Clinton and the DNC enough to release a torrent of incriminating emails, what else will they release?
Could a few upset Democrat operatives pull together enough incriminating information against Hillary Clinton that she could end up in jail?
It’s already well known that Hillary is willing to skirt the law.
Her use of a private email server to store classified information is proof of that.
Do you think Hillary Clinton should be in jail?
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