Recent court filings have further exposed the depth of collusion between the media and Clinton campaign operatives in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.
And they help to show how these operatives worked closely with the corporate media to promote the made-up Russia collusion narrative, a narrative that the Clinton campaign had itself concocted. At the same time, recently indicted Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann was pushing the Russia collusion narrative into the FBI.
The casual, collegial nature of the recently exposed emails highlights the close-knit relationship that existed between Clinton campaign operative firm Fusion GPS and a number of reporters in the corporate media.
On several occasions, Fusion GPS directed members of the media to run with stories that Fusion had put forward. Several of them cheerfully obliged.
Durham Indictment of Danchenko Reveals Role of Clinton Adviser in Dossier Creation | Truth Over News
Danchenko is the third person to be arrested as part of John Durham’s ongoing probe. Former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith was convicted of doctoring a document, and former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann is charged with lying to the FBI.
Danchenko was responsible for most of the content within Steele’s dossier, which was later used to obtain the FISA warrant on Carter Page and was also included in the January 2017 Intelligence Community Assessment that blamed Russia for interfering in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump. That assessment became a pillar of efforts to investigate Trump, culminating in the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.