Tucker closes the loop on Hillary Clinton spy ‘conspiracy’ that’s come true, plays 60 Min. flashback

(Source Fox News)

Fox News host Tucker Carlson unpacked more information coming from the John Durham probe on Monday by first reasserting how for years the idea that Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign was somehow involved in spying on Donald Trump was considered a wild conspiracy.

Of those allegations, the host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” said, “The media informed us only a lunatic would claim otherwise by making a charge like that…So it wasn’t just a stupid opinion that Trump had, it was really a form of treason.”

Then-candidate Trump would not relent and continued to reaffirm what he believed was an irrefutable fact. Carlson reiterated corporate media’s denial of even entertaining such a thought, sharing a clip from an October 2020 interview between Trump and CBS’s Leslie Stahl on “60 Minutes.”

When Trump brought up the spying, Stahl flat out refused to hear it saying, “We can’t put on things we can’t verify.” After Trump insisted on the facts of the case she replied, “I don’t know that.”

Carlson was quick to point out the hypocrisy bringing up a 2016 report where CBS News claimed Donald Trump was secretly working with Vladimir Putin. “How does CBS News verify those facts?” Carlson mocked, “walk us through your reporting process,” before laying it out.

An anonymous computer scientist spoke to Slate and then Jake Sullivan, a member of Clinton’s campaign, “cited the Slate story as evidence that Trump was indeed colluding with Vladimir Putin,” Carlson explained before reading a quote from Sullivan, which read: “The secret hotline may be the key to unlocking the mystery of Trump’s ties to Russia. We can only assume that federal authorities will now explore this direct connection between Trump and Russia.”

In other words, “there was a bat phone in Trump Tower that rang directly in the Kremlin,” Carlson ridiculed.

From there, Carlson pointed out how Sullivan had no information that was not in the public sphere, and though he brought up an FBI investigation, he had no contact with the FBI.

Carlson then asserted that the Clinton campaign was “coordinating directly” with the FBI and that Clinton attorney Michael Sussmann had been feeding them “false claims about Trump and Russia” that stemmed from the anonymous computer scientists.

(Source Fox News)

“Who are these people?” Carlson asked before laying out their partisan connection to Clinton. “A pro-Hillary Clinton activist from South Africa called Rodney Joffe who put together a team of digital researchers, ‘oppo guys’ we used to call them.”

Joffe, it turns out, reportedly wanted to help Clinton because he had been promised a “top cybersecurity” position if she won the election. So, with the help of access gained through a Pentagon contract, Joffe set his team to gather data that connected Trump to Putin.

“We know all this thanks to a new court filing from Special Counsel John Durham who spent the last few years investigating the origins of the Russia hoax and is finally producing some material,” Carlson explained.

Citing the filing, Carlson read, “Joffe tasked these researchers to mine Internet data to establish ‘an inference’ and ‘narrative’ tying then-candidate Trump to Russia.”

“So this wasn’t reporting, of course,” Carlson pointed out. “They had a goal. They were trying to get Hillary elected president.”

After detailing that the scientists had intercepted data like calls and texts from, “Trump Tower, Donald Trump’s Central Park West apartment building, and the Executive Office of the President of the United States.”

Carlson summarized the findings: “Trump was right. This isn’t a conspiracy theory. His claims were true.”

“The way it happened tells you everything about why it has been so extraordinarily difficult to bring democracy back to the United States,” Carlson expounded. “A government contractor spied on a populous presidential candidate, then passed the information to his opponent’s campaign which gave it to the FBI and the news media, which distorted it to create the illusion of treason, which was then cited by the politician who paid for the whole thing as a reason not to vote for the guy she spied on. Got it. It’s a closed loop.”

Carlson closed off the segment pointing out that Sullivan has not yet been indicted for his actions, but he has been promoted to be President Joe Biden’s National Security Advisor.


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