Clinton Dossier Money May Have Been Paid To Russians

Oct 26, 2017

The Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee may have purposefully filed inaccurate spending reports with the Federal Election Commission in an effort to hide the funding of the Trump dossier. The Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint on Wednesday pointing out that the inaccuracy did not “disclose the purpose and recipient of payments for the dossier of research alleging connections between then-candidate Donald Trump and Russia.” The Clinton campaign paid money to Fusion GPS through the legal firm Perkins Coie. The $12 million sent to Perkins Coie was marked as “legal services” on FEC reports as opposed to research. Zero Hedge points out that “most of the sources listed in the dossier were based in Russia and include a ‘senior Kremlin official’ as well as other ‘close associates of Vladimir Putin.’” It’s conceivable that research money was paid to “‘senior Kremlin officials’ as compensation for the services.” So while Hillary Clinton has been draggeing her broken toe around the world accusing the Trump campaign of conspiring to collude with the Russians to deprive Hillary of her right to be president, “it now appear as though the Hillary campaign may have been the only one to funnel cash to ‘Kremlin operatives’ in return for political dirt…” And of course, voters are to believe that Hillary knew absolutely nothing.