Robert Mueller spent months looking for proof of Russia collusion.
All of sudden there was a big break in the case.
Mueller stumbled upon this smoking gun and now Trump’s life will never be the same.
Text Messages Prove Roger Stone’s Innocence
Robert Mueller identified Trump associate Roger Stone as the chief suspect in the Russia collusion investigation.
Stone made a number of predictions about WikiLeaks releasing damaging information about Hillary Clinton that came true.
That led Mueller and his 17 angry Democrats to believe Stone had advanced knowledge of WikiLeaks plans and may have helped coordinate the timing of the email dumps.
Stone testified that he had no communication with Julian Assange or WikiLeaks.
He said New York City radio host Randy Credico acted as a backchannel and passed him the information on WikiLeaks plans.
Credico testified before Mueller’s grand jury and said Stone was lying.
However the smoking gun emerged in the form of text messages that proved Stone’s innocence and wrecked Robert Mueller’s case.
Stone gave the text messages between himself and Credico to NBC news.
They show Credico telling Stone about WikiLeaks planned email releases.
Credico said WikiLeaks lawyer Margaret Ratner Kunstler acted as his source.
NBC News reports that on October 1, 2016 – days before WikiLeaks began releasing John Podesta’s emails, Credico texted Stone with a heads-up about the email dump.
They exclusively report:
“Big news Wednesday,” the Stone pal, radio host Randy Credico, wrote on Oct. 1, 2016, according to the text messages provided by Stone. “Now pretend u don’t know me.”
“U died 5 years ago,” Stone replied.
“Great,” Credico wrote back. “Hillary’s campaign will die this week.”
Robert Mueller’s Case Goes Up In Smoke
These text messages drove the final nail in Mueller’s Russia collusion case.
They prove Stone told the truth.
“These text messages prove beyond dispute that Randy Credico was the source who told me of the significance of the material that Julian Assange told CNN he had and would publish in June 2016 and that Credico’s source was indeed a woman attorney who worked for WikiLeaks,” Stone told NBC news. “If Randy said anything different to the grand jury, he perjured himself under oath.”
Stone said he did not name Credico as his source until he was under oath because he wanted to shield Credico against any fallout from his liberal friends.
A text Credico sent to Stone backs this up.
“Off the Record Hillary and her people are doing a full-court press they keep Assange from making the next dump…That’s all I can tell you on this line…Please leave my name out of it,” Credico wrote.
For two years, Donald Trump said Russia collusion was a hoax.
But fake news reporters held out hope that Mueller would nail Stone.
These text messages prove Stone is innocent and Trump was telling the truth.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.