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by William Mahoney, Ph.D.  •  •  February 16, 2022   

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It's looking like the Russia Hoax against President Trump was fabricated to frame and to deflect. What began as a narrative to deflect from Hillary Clinton's emails that showed extensive corruption became a narrative to make Trump the bad guy. Church Militant's William Mahoney looks at the connection between WikiLeaks and the Russia Hoax.

Hilary Clinton (2016): "What's really important about WikiLeaks is that the Russian government has engaged in espionage against Americans."

In the final 2016 presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Clinton already began crafting her "Russian espionage" tale.

In a series of email dumps weeks before the 2016 presidential election, WikiLeaks published correspondence between Clinton and associates when she was secretary of state and when she was a presidential hopeful.

The emails offered the public a peek into corruption.

Hillary Clinton (2016): "Do you really think Donald Trump has the temperament to be commander in chief?"

They revealed a network executive leaked to Clinton questions for Town Hall meetings, Clinton presented a public persona different from her private one, and Clinton's associates participated in occult practices like spirit cooking with eccentrics such as Marina Abramović.

The exposed emails were devastating to the Clinton campaign, which quickly cooked up stories of Russian espionage, and then itself engaged in espionage against President Trump to include him in the collusion-with-Russia fable.

Hillary Clinton (2016): "It's pretty clear you won't admit the Russians have engaged in cyberattacks ... ."

Now, as of Friday, Special Counsel John Durham has indicted three people in his investigation into Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.

Durham's court filing claims campaign lawyers paid for server access to spy on Trump Tower and then the White House to establish the fake Trump-Russia narrative.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.:

If this is all proven true, it would be one of the biggest political scandals in American history. It would be a crime, no doubt about it, and it would tell you why these people think they can get away with it. They think they can get away with it because the media will not report on it.

A recent survey showed even most Democrats want Clinton investigated for her potential role in the Russia Hoax.

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