Protecting Hillary: Clinton's Army Of Lawyers Struggling To Stop Truth From Leaking

By Mark Gruber | Tuesday, 24 May 2022 23:45
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Bombshell testimony that Hillary Clinton personally authorized giving a reporter since-debunked data regarding Donald Trump and Russia was part of a chess-like maneuver to “protect the queen,” a former U.S. Justice Department official told The Post.

Jim Trusty announced former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook’s revelation Friday. He quickly attempted to walk back, actually meshed with other testimony in which Mook and former campaign general counsel Marc Elias both announced they were unaware campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann planned to provide the information to the FBI.

Both men announced they would have objected to the move if they’d known.

“The strategy here is Protect the Queen!” Trusty stated in an email.

“The Knights (lawyers for the campaign, the campaign manager) have drawn the line – admitting what they have to admit.”

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In the meantime, Mook and Elias proposed that Clinton “was shocked, shocked by Sussmann going to the FBI,” announced Trusty, now a Washington, DC, lawyer.

“Legal representation simply does not work that way. You don’t ‘free-lance’ a visit to the FBI while billing your client for the time,” he stated.

“The defense is basically trying to provide a fig leaf to any partisan jurors who want to acquit.”

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Former FBI agent Thomas J. Baker explained to The Post, “Whether Sussmann is found guilty or innocent or otherwise, [special counsel John] Durham has already laid out, in my opinion, what these people were up to and what was going on.”

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“It paints a picture of Sussmann colluding with other people to drag the FBI into an investigation and besmirch a presidential candidate,” he announced.

Sussmann was on trial in DC on a single count of lying to the government when he met with then-FBI general counsel James Baker on September 19, 2016, and handed over material that purportedly revealed a cyber backchannel between a Trump Organization server and Russia’s Alfa Bank.

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He’s blamed for falsely denying that he was acting on behalf of a client, with Durham claiming that Sussmann was working for both the Clinton campaign and Rodney Joffe, a tech executive who told him regarding the data.

Thomas Baker proposed that the case against Sussmann would be stronger if not for changes instituted by former FBI Director Robert Mueller following the September 11 terror attacks.

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“Moving away from being a law enforcement agency to an intelligence agency changed the culture,” he announced.

“Part of it is they got rid of agent-executives and replaced them with so-called professionals, like James Baker.”

Thomas Baker stated that if James Baker had been an FBI agent, he would have immediately summoned a different agent to participate in the meeting with Sussmann and prepare an official report known as a “302.”

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