Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign chairman, John Podesta, ratted out the queen reptilian, Hillary Clinton herself. He spilled the beans about how her campaign and the Democratic Party split the cost of the fictional dossier which launched a Deep State coup the evidence was buried in a capitol hill hearing transcript. Last week, as the frenzy of anticipation over the release of all the Russiagate testimony transcripts was nearing it’s peak, somebody leaked another interesting transcript on the tinfoil hat bulletin boards.
Podesta ratted out the Clintons
Hillary Clinton swore up and down that she never heard of Christopher Steele or his dirty dossier until Buzzfeed published it in January of 2017. That isn’t what John Podesta told Congress. The transcript just released shows that was a total lie. A year after the dossier hit the streets, he swore under oath that Hillary’s campaign split the cost of the “opposition research.” It proves both him and Debbie Wasserman Schultz were lying when they “denied to congressional Russia investigators that they had any knowledge about the arrangement to pay for opposition research on President Donald Trump.” Democrats buried it.
All of the Democrat Party bigwigs played dumb and denied everything. Hillary and The DNC were reported by the New York Times denying that “Hillary and the DNC were unaware that their law firm Perkins Coie was working on the dossier.”
Clinton’s top money man finally admitted he was at best misleading when he testified the first time to congress. He lied when he told them that he didn’t know who paid Fusion GPS. He hedged the second time around, weaseling that he didn’t quite remember what he said the first time. For the official record, on December 4, 2017, his story changed. The payments, he admitted, “were made through Perkins Coie, 50 percent from the campaign, 50 percent from the DNC.”
Hillary knew in general terms
Another bombshell in the leaked transcript comes when Podesta is interrogated over Hillary Clinton, regarding what she knew and when she knew it. When asked, “Did Mrs. Clinton or anybody else with he campaign ever talk to you about opposition research and who you might hire?” Hillary’s campaign manager replied, “she knew that we had an opposition research staff in-house. We – the campaign, directly purchased some opposition research.”
She may have plausible deniability regarding the details and specifics, but she knew “in general terms that we were trying to figure out, which was not easy, what Mr. Trump’s financial relationships were, what his relationships might be to Russia and other former Soviet Union actors.” She didn’t know Steele by name but she knew what he was up to and knew she was paying for it. “She certainly wasn’t sort of saying, ‘who are your vendors.'” She didn’t want to know.