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This is it folks, according to the liberal media, we finally have proof of a Russkie conspiracy.
From The Hill:
President Trump tweeted about the hacked emails of then-Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta approximately 15 minutes after WikiLeaks requested his son Donald Trump Jr. to, The Atlantic reported Monday.Folks, there's *literally* no way Trump would have ever heard of Wikileaks releasing Podesta's emails if not for Wikileaks' PMs to Don Jr.
The release of Podesta's emails was a tiny, insignificant, small story before Trump tweeted about it. It doesn't matter that the story broke on October 7th and made headlines everywhere, what matters is Trump tweeted about it five days later, "within 15 minutes" of Wikileaks messaging Don Jr. about it.
Incidentally, Don Jr. published the full text of his exchange with Wikileaks and it showed he sent a "whopping 3 responses."
It also showed The Atlantic twisted Wikileaks' words in their story and cut off one of their sentences to further their "Russkies Did Wikileaks" conspiracy theory:
Here's how the The Atlantic wrote about Wikileaks asking Don Jr. to send them Trump's tax returns:
It is the third reason, though, WikiLeaks wrote, that “is the real kicker.” “If we publish them it will dramatically improve the perception of our impartiality,” WikiLeaks explained. “That means that the vast amount of stuff that we are publishing on Clinton will have much higher impact, because it won’t be perceived as coming from a ‘pro-Trump’ ‘pro-Russia’ source.” It then provided an email address and link where the Trump campaign could send the tax returns, and adds, “The same for any other negative stuff (documents, recordings) that you think has a decent chance of coming out. Let us put it out.”Here's what they actually said, note The Atlantic cut off the end of the last sentence with a period because it didn't further their narrative:
As usual, the real story here is congressional investigators and their cronies illegally leaked these documents to the media as part of their never-ending quest to overthrow our democratically elected, populist president. That's an actual, ongoing, criminal conspiracy and it's being conducted out in the open without anyone even talking about it.
Donald Trump Jr.'s lawyer Alan Futerfas said in a statement to The Atlantic:
"Over the last several months, we have worked cooperatively with each of the committees and have voluntarily turned over thousands of documents in response to their requests," said Alan Futerfas, an attorney for Donald Trump Jr. "Putting aside the question as to why or by whom such documents, provided to Congress under promises of confidentiality, have been selectively leaked, we can say with confidence that we have no concerns about these documents and any questions raised about them have been easily answered in the appropriate forum."It's important everyone realize that Hillary Clinton reportedly taking some $140,000,000 in bribes, er, "donations," from Russian-connected Uranium One interests to the Clinton Foundation is not a story, but Don Jr. sending three innocuous tweets is literally Watergate times a thousand. (Also, ignore the fact donations to the Clinton Foundation appear to have dried up since she lost the election.)
That the Wikileaks emails showed Hillary Clinton was colluding with most of the biggest names in the media is not a story, but Wikileaks telling Don Jr. about the emails is.
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