Two-time failed Dem presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton ignored new questions after she was confronted by a journalist this Tuesday and pushed for having spied on President Trump.
“Hillary Clinton would not answer questions about accusations that her allies spied on Donald Trump during his campaign as the controversy continued to grow on Tuesday,” The Daily Mail said. “Exclusive video obtained by DailyMail.com reveal a stoney Clinton waving away multiple questions about if she spied on Trump.”
The questions came in response to John Durham stating in a new court document that attorneys for the Clinton campaign gave money to a tech company to “infiltrate” the servers that belonged to Trump Tower and the Trump Administration in a push to establish a fake “narrative” linking Donald Trump to Russia.
The revelation was made inside a court filing just last week that centered on possibly conflicts of interest connected to the statements of former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussman, who was charged with possibly lying to the FBI.
The filing states that Sussman and the tech executive met and were in contact with another attorney who worked for the Clinton campaign.
The filing says that in the summer of 2016, the tech exec. worked with Sussman, an investigative firm paid by a law firm for the Clinton campaign, and workers at tech companies to get “data.”
“In connection with this work, Tech Executive-1 exploited his ability to get non-public internet data,” the filing says. “Tech Executive-1 also enlisted the help of researchers at a university who were getting large amounts of Internet data in relation to a pending government cybersecurity research program.”
“Tech Executive-1 tasked these computer researchers to get Internet data to establish ‘an inference’ and a ‘narrative’ connecting then-candidate Trump to Russia,” Durham says. “In doing so, the Tech Executive-1 showed that he was seeking to give certain ‘VIPs’ what they wanted, referring to people at Law Firm-1 and the Hillary Clinton campaign.”
The tech company the executive worked for “had access and maintained dedicated servers” for the President as “part of an arrangement whereby it gave DNS resolution services to the EOP,” the filing stated. “Tech Executive-1 and his partners exploited this partnership by mining the DNS traffic and other digital information for gathering derogatory data about Donald Trump.”