Clinton ‘Infiltrated’ Trump, White House Servers to Fake Russia Link

In 2016 and 2017, Hillary Clinton used a tech firm in order to infiltrate computer servers belonging to Donald Trump’s Trump Tower and White House servers.

This was done with the goal of finding anything to support false claims that Trump was in collusion with Russia.

This bombshell revelation is disclosed in a fresh court filing by the Special Counsel of the Department of Justice, John Durham.

The Plot to Frame Trump as Putin’s Lackey

As all this comes out, Clinton seems to be staging a political comeback to run for president in 2024.

The court motion filed by Special Counsel Durham deals with Michael Sussman, a former Clinton campaign lawyer, and his potential conflict of interest.

Sussman was charged with making false statements before a federal agent; back in September 2016, he told the then-General Counsel of the FBI, James Baker, he wasn’t working for any client.

According to the court documents filed by the Special Counsel, Sussman’s record show he billed the Clinton campaign repeatedly for working on allegations regarding a connection between the Trump Organization and the Putin-connected Alfa Bank.

Seeking ‘Derogatory Information’ about Donald Trump

Sussman and the unnamed technology executive collaborated on this with another law partner.

Those hired by the Clinton campaign executive were supposed to mine Internet data (including through the infiltration of Trump Tower and the then-White House computer servers) in order to find anything that could help tie Trump to Russia and its leader Vladimir Putin.

According to the Special Counsel, Joffe told his helpers that his goal was to please certain very important people from the Clinton campaign and its law firm.

Durham also wrote in his court motion that during the upcoming trial of Sussman, the US government would end up establishing the Clinton campaign executive’s work involved quite a bit.

It involved infiltrating the servers of a certain healthcare provider, the Trump Tower, Trump’s Central Park West apartment building, and the Executive Office of the White House.

The Special Counsel discovered that Joffe’s company was maintaining dedicated servers for the White House Executive Office.

Furthermore, the Clinton executive and his aides exploited this arrangement by mining computer data from the Executive Office of the United States president.

Their sole purpose in doing that at the White House, Trump Tower, and the other entities they targeted was to gather derogatory information about Donald Trump, DOJ Special Counsel John Durham concluded.

After meeting with the FBI in September 2016, and also during 2017, Clinton campaign lawyer Sussman met with officials from another US government agency.

Upon meeting with them, Sussman gave them an updated set of allegations about Trump’s false collusion with Russia. This, of course, establishes the computer infiltration and mining went on for several months.