Russiagate: The Smoking Gun, Part I

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News Story Source: http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org by peter van buren
In summer 2016 Hillary Clinton's private email server and her improper handling of classified information was the political story. Consensus was the election was Hillary's to lose, that her opponents in general and especially the Trump clown show, could not stop her. Despite the MSM's heroic attempts to downplay the importance of the emails, the issue lingered in the public mind, often aided by Hillary's own contradictory statements. The emails nagged at the Clinton campaign — her unsecured server lay exposed during her SecState trips to Russia and China, and the deepest fear was that her internal communications might appear one day on Wikileaks, ending her career.

Clinton fought back. The initial shot was fired on July 24, 2016 by campaign manager Robby Mook, who was the first to claim there was a quid pro quo between Trump and Russia. "It was very concerning last week that Donald Trump changed t
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