WASHINGTON: Washington’s Democrats are clearly idiots. Friday, the Democratic National Committee, the DNC mafia, announced they intend to sue Russia, WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. Why? For robbing the doddering and ailing Hillary Clinton of the presidency. Therefore, you have to ask, are Democrats idiots? Or is that rhetorical?
The suit signals two things:
1.) Neither the FBI nor congressional investigators have found evidence supporting allegations the Trump campaign conspired with Russia to throw the outcome of the 2016 presidential election:
2.) After 24 months on the hunt, it’s rumored Special Counsel Robert Mueller is about to say as much.
It’s the opinion of the conservative columnist and vehement Trump supporter, Ann Coulter, that Mueller’s recent office raid of long-time Trump attorney Michael Cohen was a means to goad the president into firing him.
“It proves there’s no Russian collusion,” Coulter told Fox Business Channel host Lou Dobbs. “Now the special prosecutor is going after Stormy Daniels? Okay, you’ve got nothing.”
Coulter also noted it was Obama-appointed Inspector General Michael Horowitz, not Republicans, who exposed Deep-State corruption in the FBI. He uncovered collusion among the FBI’s top officials to fix the outcome of the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s illegal handling of top-secret government emails.
But Deep-State/Clinton collusion failed to turn the 2016 presidential election in her favor. Americans in fly-over country, with the aid of our Constitution’s Electoral College, did that on their own.
Democrats are walking into a legal buzz saw by exposing Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee thralls to videotaped depositions by Trump attorneys in a civil action.
House Intelligence Committee’s subpoena
It was a House Intelligence Committee’s subpoena for the financial records belonging to opposition-research firm Fusion GPS that got the ball rolling. It uncovered payments totaling $12.4 million for the Steele dossier. It was paid for by the Clinton presidential campaign and the DNC through the Washington law firm of Perkins Coie.
And a British court recently ruled that dossier author Christopher Steele must submit to questions posed by attorneys representing a Russian entrepreneur accused in the dossier of hacking computers belonging to the DNC.
Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange, the DNC emails and a dead Seth Rich
As you may recall, WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, who has been the subject of an international manhunt since 2012 and continues to sit in London’s Ecuadorian embassy, has vehemently denied receiving purloined DNC emails from Russian sources.
He more than hinted at the true source by offering a $20,000 reward for “information leading to [the] conviction for the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich.”
He’s the young man shot dead while returning to his Bloomingdale neighborhood home in the nation’s capital.
Major media outlets condemned those linking Rich’s murder, its possible connection to election-rigging in Hillary Clinton’s favor during the 2016 Democratic Party primaries, as a right-wing conspiracy theory.
Russia collusion in spades
While Democrat and media claims of Trump/Russia collusion haven’t panned out, the close association of Bill and Hillary Clinton with Russia is a matter of public record.
Take the recent congressional criminal referral to the Justice Department. Congress is demanding the appointment of a special prosecutor in the Uranium One matter. That’s when then-Secretary of State Clinton signed off on a transaction that handed 20 percent of U.S. uranium deposits to a Russian shell company operating out of Canada.
Clinton Foundation’s Clinton Familiy slush fund
According to the New York Times, the former president, his wife and their foundation benefited greatly:
“As the Russians gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013, Canadian records show, a flow of cash made its way to the Clinton Foundation. Uranium One’s chairman used his family foundation to make four donations totaling $2.35 million. Those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite an agreement Mrs. Clinton had struck with the Obama White House to publicly identify all donors… And shortly after the Russians announced their intention to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One, Mr. Clinton received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Russian investment bank with links to the Kremlin…”
It’s clear the Clinton duo’s ties to Russia go way back. In fact, if anyone was subject to Russian blackmail, it was Bill and Hillary Clinton and not, as the Steele dossier laughably asserts, President Trump.
In light of recent Kremlin-sanctioned murders of Putin opponents living in the United Kingdom, how farfetched is it to assume they also murdered a DNC WikiLeaks whistleblower to protect their 2016 Democratic Party Manchurian candidate?
As for WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, he may soon be free.
Swedish authorities have dropped rape charges against Assange. However, British authorities could still charge him for skipping out on his bail.
One House Republican does something
Nonetheless, should Assange’s attorneys manage to settle that last legal tangle, he may prove an interesting in-person witness for the Trump defense in the Democrats impending civil action.
Recently, GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher revealed on Breitbart Radio that he had a private meeting with Assange:
“He [Assange] confirmed for me that Russians did not give him the DNC emails,” said Rohrabacher.
Furthermore, Rohrabacher insists Assange has “physical proof of that.”
In a follow-up interview with The Hill, Rohrabacher added,
“Julian also indicated that he is open to further discussion regarding specific information about the DNC email incident that is currently unknown to the public.”
Rohrabacher passed the information along in a private meeting with President Trump, which likely included his legal team.
Rudy Giuliani: A mob prosecutor with a track record
That team now includes former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and former mayor, Rudy Giuliani.
Back in the 1980s, Sicilian crime boss Salvatore “Toto” Riina ordered a hit on Rudy Giuliani. His response to the prosecutor’s winning record convicting members of organized crime. The reward was $800,000.
When New York’s Gambino crime family got wind of the hit, they were horrified. As the New York Daily News reported, they feared such a move would drive the U.S. government to “annihilate the mafia.”
Now, a Washington, D.C.-based political crime organization says it will file a lawsuit against the duly-elected president, Wikileaks co-founder Juliane Assange and Russia, for having the audacity to foil the nefarious plans of its Capo di tutti cacpi.
Regardless, it’s almost certain Giuliani’s response will be:
“I’ll see you thugs in court.”
Top image: Composite photo illustration from still from “The Godfather” and Hillary Clinton photo.