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Dirty Dems About to Roll Over On One Another as Dominoes Begin to Fall

Former FBI General Counsel James Baker may be called by the investigation of Special Counsel John Durham to testify in the case of Clinton-linked Democrat attorney Michael Sussmann who was indicted for making false statements to federal investigators. The dominoes are beginning to fall as the Russiagate narrative implodes. Sussmann’s indictment followed Igo Danchenko, the analyst who provided disgraced ex-British Spy Christopher Steele with the multiple false assertions Steele compiled into the ‘Steele Dossier’ who was also indicted November 4th.

“This false representation led the General Counsel to understand that the defendant was providing the information as a good citizen, rather than a paid advocate or political operative,” said Durham’s court filing earlier this month. “In fact, the defendant had assembled and conveyed the allegations to the FBI on behalf of at least two specific clients, including a technology executive at a U.S.-based Internet company and the Hillary Rodham Clinton Presidential Campaign.”

According to The Epoch Times,

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“Prosecutors working with special counsel John Durham’s team indicated on Tuesday they may call former FBI General Counsel James Baker to testify in the case of former Democrat attorney Michael Sussmann, who was indicted for allegedly lying to the FBI,”

The Durham indictment against Sussmann alleges that he made false statements in September 2016 by telling Baker that he wasn’t working for a client while providing claims alleging the existence of now disproved “backchannel communications” between the Trump Org and a Russian bank.

“This false representation led the General Counsel to understand that the defendant was providing the information as a good citizen, rather than a paid advocate or political operative,” a Durham court filing said earlier this month.

“In fact, the defendant had assembled and conveyed the allegations to the FBI on behalf of at least two specific clients, including a technology executive at a U.S.-based Internet company and the Hillary Rodham Clinton Presidential Campaign,” the filing continued.

The Dems Constructed Narrative Begins To Fall Apart

The Prosecutors on Durham’s team have been able to piece together that while he was drafting so-called “white papers” on the Trump-Russiagate allegations: Michael Sussmann “used his access at multiple organizations to gather and mine public and non-public Internet data regarding Trump and his associates, with the goal of creating a ‘narrative’ regarding the candidate’s ties to Russia.” And in a particularly gross misuse of his access and authority he “directed and caused employees of two companies in which he had an ownership interest” in two technology companies to “search and analyze their holdings of public and non-public internet data for derogatory information on Trump,” according to prosecutors.

Now it’s going to come down to who can provide the most valuable testimony and evidence on the highest-ranking Democrats possible. Durham’s investigation continues quietly as the mainstream media and those in power studiously avoid ever discussing it. They will continue to do so until the weight of the indictments that fall makes it impossible.

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