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BREAKING: The Government’s Spying on Candidate Trump in the DOJ’s Project ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ Started the Same Day Clinton Lawyers, Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele Met at Law Firm Perkins Coie
By Joe Hoft
Published September 17, 2021 at 2:15pm
As Larry Johnson reported last night at TGP, the Sussman indictment yesterday indicates there may be more to the Durham investigation. But also, the indictment notes a very special date in 2016, July 29th.
Larry Johnson noted last night that there may be more to the Durham indictment with the potential for indictments related to abusing the use of government data and potential conspiracy charges for more than Sussman.
Twitter sleuth Stephen McIntyre adds more to the Sussman indictment in a Twitter thread last night. He notes that Sussman’s work was billed to the Clinton campaign.
McIntyre notes that Durham omits from his indictment that in a meeting on July 29, 2016, with Sussman and Fusion GPS, Christopher Steele of Orbis was also there.
A tech guy mentioned in the indictment might be in trouble.
Right after WikiLeaks published the DNC emails, on July 29, 2016, a meeting was held with Sussman and Marc Elias from Perkins Coie, Fusion GPS goons, and Christopher Steele. This also happened to be the day that Crossfire Hurrican opened – the beginning of the use of US government personnel and systems to spy on candidate Trump.
Crowdstrike was used to claim Russia hacked the DNC and gave the hacked emails to WikiLeaks. This was a lie as noted in Crowdstrike CEO’s testimony in front of Congress. Within minutes of Crowdstrike being hired, Russian state hackers were purported to partake in this spectacle.
Surely it is no coincidence that the politically corrupt investigation into the the Trump team, ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ originated the same day that Clinton attorneys met with Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele, July 29, 2016.