Now that Robert Mueller’s fruitless “Russia collusion” investigation is wrapping up — with no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion — a bombshell new probe suggests there was election collusion between Hillary Clinton and Ukraine.
Manafort tax files intentionally leaked to help Hillary
Ukraine’s Prosecutor General, Yurii Lutsenko, told The Hill‘s John Solomon that his office launched a criminal investigation into a Clinton-Ukraine collusion plot to rig the 2016 election in Hillary’s favor.
“Lutsenko says he has an audio tape recording of a top Ukrainian official admitting that his agency intentionally leaked financial records about former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign in order to sway the election in Hillary’s favor.
Lutsenko accused the Obama-era U.S. embassy in 2016 of interfering in his ability to prosecute corruption cases, saying the U.S. ambassador gave him a list of defendants that he would not be allowed to pursue and then refused to cooperate in an early investigation into the alleged misappropriation of U.S. aid in Ukraine.”
Manafort committee crimes long before he met Trump
Paul Manafort was the manager of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign for five months. Trump fired Manafort in August 2016 amid revelations that Manafort failed to disclose his past lobbying work on behalf of Ukraine.
As part of Robert Mueller’s sham investigation of alleged collusion between Trump campaign aides and Russia, Mueller discovered that Manafort had evaded taxes several years before he joined the Trump campaign.
As BizPac Review reported, Manafort was indicted for tax evasion and money-laundering for business activities he engaged in between 2006 and 2014.
Manafort did not join the Trump campaign until April 2016, and was fired five months later, in August 2016.
Collusion? Hillary met with Ukraine’s president 2 months before 2016 election
Tellingly, a month after Manafort’s firing — in September 2016 — Hillary Clinton met with Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko (see video).
During the meeting, Poroshenko profusely thanked Hillary for her past support of Ukraine and for her pledge to support Ukraine if she became president. That was two months before the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Sure sounds like collusion.
Mueller never had legit case against Trump
The tangential indictments of Paul Manafort for money-laundering activities he committed BEFORE he worked for Trump underscores once again that Mueller never had a case against President Trump.
Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz say Manafort was maliciously prosecuted — and his case sensationalized in the media — in order to “squeeze” him to manufacture a case against Trump. That failed.
Moreover, Dershowitz — a lifelong liberal who voted for Hillary — says Trump has committed no impeachable offenses. So the rabid Democrat saber-rattling is nothing more than pathological Trump Derangement Syndrome.
RINO Paul Ryan blocked GOP attempts to subpoena Democrats
Earth to libs for the millionth time: The Manafort case had nothing to do with President Trump, the “Russia collusion” hoax, or Trump’s 2016 campaign. Period. We can’t say the same for Hillary Clinton and Ukraine.
If you want to know why the GOP-led House of Representatives under former Speaker Paul Ryan never investigated these alleged crimes, it’s because Ryan blocked their attempts to subpoena Democrats.
Trump says the wimpiness of former House Speaker Paul Ryan is why the Democrats have gotten so out of control.
Trump said Ryan would not allow the GOP-led House to subpoena and investigate crooked Dems. He also failed to push wall funding through. https://t.co/wTQZL6Kbhz
— Samantha Chang (@samantha_chang) March 14, 2019
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