Recently, yet another Clinton associate has run afoul of the law, as evidenced by the recent charges levied against one of Hillary’s nefarious attorneys. A judge recently ruled in favor of moving the trial forward, spelling out more negative news for the Clinton machine.
Special Counsel John Durham, who has tirelessly investigated the origins of the Russian collusion probe, charged Clinton attorney Michael Sussmann for lying to the FBI.
Sussmann’s trial is set to start on May 16 in the federal court of Washington, D.C.
Clinton associates unsuccessfully attempted to block Sussman from standing trial, though a judge ruled against these efforts.
Sussmann is accused of deliberately lying to the FBI during a meeting that took place in September 2016.
Over the course of the meeting, Sussman insisted that he had serious concerns about Trump’s potential connections to Russia, claiming a secretive back channel existed between Russia’s Alfa Bank and the Trump Organization.
The FBI subsequently investigated the matter, but they ultimately determined that no such links between Alfa Bank and Trump Organization existed. Nonetheless, the media insisted upon Russian collusion for well over three years in an effort to undermine Trump’s credibility.
Consequently, prosecutors seek to charge Sussmann for deliberately deceiving the general counsel of the FBI, especially when Sussman misrepresented himself as a concerned citizen relaying security concerns.
In reality, Sussmann had always been a Clinton operative, though he carefully hid these connections during his meeting with the FBI.
Michael Sussmann is one of three people charged so far in Special Counsel John Durham’s meticulous probe, which has sought to uncover how the media perpetuated a mega lie regarding Trump and supposed Russian collusion over the course of several years.
The other two individuals include Kevin Clinesmith, a former attorney with the FBI, and Igor Danchenko, a Clinton-allied Russian operative who fed false information to British spy Christopher Steele.
The Steele dossier, as it became known, dominated media headlines for years until it was summarily disproven.