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Hillary Clinton’s Russian Helpers

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The Russian collusion theory now seems to be the “hoax of the century,” according to Sky News host Andrew Bolt.

Special counsel John Durham’s indictment of  Igor Danchenko , the principal source for the bogus  Steele dossier  used by the FBI as a basis for the Trump-Russia investigation, further illustrates that Durham has his sights set on the Clinton campaign.

Danchenko has been charged with five counts of lying to the FBI in interviews during 2017, as the bureau struggled in futility to verify outlandish allegations that Donald Trump and his campaign were clandestine agents of the Kremlin. Those allegations were compiled in the so-called Steele dossier, which the FBI relied on in obtaining surveillance warrants from a secret federal court.

The dossier was generated by the Clinton campaign. Its principal author was former British spy Christopher Steele. Steele’s main source was Danchenko, a Russian native based in the United States who worked at the Brookings Institution — a Washington think tank whose former president, Strobe Talbott, is a college friend of Bill Clinton’s who worked in the Clinton State Department.

nypost.com/2021/11/04/arrest-illustrates-how-steele-dossier-was-political-dirty-trick-by-hillary-clinton/

Special counsel John Durham’s indictments have turned any number of narratives on their heads, including the question of which 2016 presidential campaign was in bed with Russians. It wasn’t Donald Trump’s.

For five years, that’s been the story line. The original claim was that Russians had “cultivated” Mr. Trump as an asset and held blackmail evidence over his head. When those over-the-top accusations fell apart, Democrats shifted to arguing that Mr. Trump and his associates had secretly colluded with the Kremlin to win the election. The press strove mightily to unearth nefarious Trump campaign contacts with Russians, though it came up with little of substance.

www.wsj.com/articles/hillary-clinton-russia-trump-2016-election-collusion-russiagate-durham-danchenko-steele-11636669515

Sky News host Rita Panahi says there has been an “important development” in the investigation into the origins of the discredited FBI’s Trump/Russian collusion theory.

In 2016, former MI6 agent Christopher Steele produced a dossier outlining sensational allegations against Donald Trump, alleging among a number of things criminal links with Russia.

Ms Panahi said the allegations have “long been discredited”.

“But it turns out there were sensational links – although not ones the Democrats wanted you to know about,” she said.

Hillary Clinton paid for the Steele dossier and then "filled it with rubbish contents," according to Northeastern University Associate Professor Max Abrahms.

In 2016, former MI6 agent Christopher Steele produced a dossier outlining sensational allegations against Donald Trump, alleging among a number of things criminal links with Russia.

"What we've discovered increasingly, including over the past week, is that the Steele dossier was totally nonsense," Mr Abrahms told Sky News host Rita Panahi.

"We knew previously that it was paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign, what we didn't fully realise is that the contents of that dossier was based on just completely made up statements by Hillary Clinton's own associates."

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