Robert Mueller, the Democrats, and journalists have been on the collusion trail for two years.
Now a smoking gun in the form of an email has surfaced.
And it proves the one truth about collusion that the anti-Trump media and Robert Mueller don’t want to hear.
Anti-Trump forces have long believed former Trump advisor Roger Stone was the key to proving collusion with Russia.
During the campaign, Stone claimed an association with WikiLeaks which many in the media believed proved he had advanced knowledge of the alleged Russian hacks into the DNC and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta emails.
Stone had testified that New York City radio host Randy Credico was his intermediary with WikiLeaks.
And newly released emails show Stone had asked Credico for emails that WikiLeaks may have possessed about Hillary Clinton sabotaging a peace deal in Libya back in 2011.
The Wall Street Journal reports:
“In a Sept. 18, 2016, message, Mr. Stone urged an acquaintance who knew Mr. Assange to ask the WikiLeaks founder for emails related to Mrs. Clinton’s alleged role in disrupting a purported Libyan peace deal in 2011 when she was secretary of state, referring to her by her initials.
“Please ask Assange for any State or HRC e-mail from August 10 to August 30–particularly on August 20, 2011,” Mr. Stone wrote to Randy Credico, a New York radio personality who had interviewed Mr. Assange several weeks earlier. Mr. Stone, a longtime confidant of Donald Trump, had no formal role in his campaign at the time.
Mr. Credico initially responded to Mr. Stone that what he was requesting would be on WikiLeaks’ website if it existed, according to an email reviewed by the Journal. Mr. Stone, the emails show, replied: “Why do we assume WikiLeaks has released everything they have ???”
The media initially reported this as a bombshell, but it quickly blew up in their face.
If Stone had been colluding with the Russians, then why was he working through Credico—and why did he have to go to him for what WikiLeaks had?
Wouldn’t Stone have simply coordinated with his Russian handlers or WikiLeaks directly to get that information?
That he did not shows Stone has no connections to Russia or WikiLeaks.
Stone’s communications also never mention Russia, Podesta, or the DNC.
And the Journal also reports that both Credico and Stone flatly state no information exchanged hands.
As more information emerges, some evidence has emerged that Stone may have merely engaged in hyperbole when he described his contacts with WikiLeaks in 2016.
A twitter direct message from WikiLeaks to Stone revealed the anti-privacy group had insisted Stone stop falsely claiming a relationship with them.
The emails with Credico show that Stone was anything but a Russian agent in league with Moscow, so if Mueller and the left are hanging their collusion case on Stone, then they are holding no cards.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.