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According to a Google Whistleblower, the Durham Indictment Shows Clinton Likely Collaborated with a Top Google Executive to Fabricate the Russia Hoax

Special Prosecutor John Durham claimed that agents of the 2016 Clinton campaign willfully manufactured false charges that President Donald Trump was receiving covert hi-tech communications from the Kremlin-linked Alfa Bank, according to a bombshell criminal indictment released this week. Under false pretenses, Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann allegedly pushed the fraud to the FBI, Democrat-friendly media, and another unknown government agency, according to the Durham indictment.

Furthermore, the Durham indictment names a Big Tech executive as the brains of the plan to construct and propagate the Alfa Bank Hoax, alleging that he “exploited” personally held data of multiple people.

Despite being rejected by both the FBI and the Mueller Investigation, the conspiracy theory that Donald J. Trump’s 2016 campaign was secretly communicating with Russia-based Alfa Bank through a hidden server has been an obsession of Anti-Trump groups for years. Despite been repeatedly proven false, supporters maintain that federal investigators simply lacked the technical expertise to uncover the nefarious Russian operation.

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According to the Durham indictment, the team that first prepared the white paper presenting the conspiracy theory knew it was bogus, but disseminated it regardless in order to create a “narrative” to trigger a federal inquiry and prosecution.

In 2016, Perkins Coie represented the Clinton campaign as well as the Democratic National Committee. The firm was instrumental in the manufacture and distribution of the flawed Steele Dossier, which claimed, among other things, that Trump had urinated on Russian prostitutes in a hotel room where the Obamas slept.

Perkins Coie recently represented Senator Mark Kelly (D-AZ) in a failed lawsuit against National File, which claimed Kelly had not dressed as Adolf Hitler, and a Perkins Coie attorney argued in front of a judge to stop the forthcoming Arizona Election Audit. (READ MORE: Mark Kelly Drops Lawsuit Claiming He Didn’t Dress As Adolf Hitler, National File Reporter)

In 2016, Perkins Coie represented the Clinton campaign as well as the Democratic National Committee. The firm was instrumental in the manufacture and distribution of the flawed Steele Dossier, which claimed, among other things, that Trump had urinated on Russian prostitutes in a hotel room where the Obamas slept.

Perkins Coie recently represented Senator Mark Kelly (D-AZ) in a failed lawsuit against National File, which claimed Kelly had not dressed as Adolf Hitler, and a Perkins Coie attorney argued in front of a judge to stop the forthcoming Arizona Election Audit. (READ MORE: Mark Kelly Drops Lawsuit Claiming He Didn’t Dress As Adolf Hitler, National File Reporter)

The indictment in Durham refers to three tech firms that Tech Executive-1 influenced on behalf of the Clinton campaign:

Internet Company-1 “offers a variety of Internet-related services and products, including DNS resolution services”; Internet Company-2 “collected DNS data from various points on the internet, among other things”; and Internet Company-3 “received data collected by Internet Company-2 or its parent company, and then used and analyzed that data in order to advise its prying eyes.”

The identity of the executive is unknown, but Eric Schmidt appears to suit the bill.

He was the Executive Chairman of Alphabet Inc, the parent company of Google, at the time, as well as an unofficial adviser to the Clinton campaign, having formed start-up The Groundwork to serve as a top-tier tech contractor for the campaign.

Google’s parent firm, Alphabet, controls the world’s largest public DNS service. Crowdstrike, which supplied cybersecurity services to the DNC and played a key role in investigating suspected Russian cyber-attacks on the DNC and the Clinton campaign, was also owned by Alphabet.

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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