WATCH: Stormy Lawyer Whines That Fox Won’t Interview Him; Martha MacCallum Puts Him In His Place

Fox News host Martha MacCallum blasted Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, after he claimed Fox wouldn’t interview him.

Over the weekend, Avenatti appeared on CNN to fuel theories that Fox was too afraid to interview him, where he implied that the right-leaning network doesn’t “seem to want me on their shows much.”

During a segment Monday, MacCallum exposed Avenatti for telling what appears to be a bold-faced lie.

She said the producers for her Fox program, “The Story,” scheduled an interview with him for Tuesday, but he canceled.

As reported by The Daily Caller, MacCallum set the record straight:

“That is not actually the case.”

“In fact, Mr. Avenatti was scheduled to appear on this show tomorrow night. But this morning, he abruptly canceled the interview despite his pledge to appear on Fox News this week.”

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After MacCallum called him out, Avenatti responded by calling the Fox host “classless.” He also claimed he had to abruptly cancel his Fox interview due to a “commitment with the case.”

Social media user lit up Avenatti for attacking MacCallum, with many claiming he didn’t want to appear on Fox because the Daniels case isn’t panning out quite like he envisioned:

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, claims she had an affair with Trump in 2006, which the president has vehemently denied on numerous occasions.

She also claims Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid her $130,000in 2016 as part of a nondisclosure agreement.

Perhaps Avenatti cancelled his Fox interview because he was afraid to answer tough questions — which he never gets asked on CNN.

What do you think about MacCallum calling out Avenatti? Comment below.

BREAKING: This Russian Lawyer Just Embarrassingly Threw Mueller Under The Bus

The Special Counsel headed by Robert Mueller has stirred up massive controversy over the last year for the way the investigation has been conducted. We’ve yet to see a shred of evidence proving the Donald Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government in any way, shape or form. But that hasn’t slowed anything down.

Not only did Mueller stack the probe with Hillary Clinton donors, he’s also had Peter Strzok removed from the probe after revelations of the anti-Trump texts and hesitation to join the Mueller investigation went public.

Now, Natalia Veselnitskaya, a well-connected Russian lawyer who made headlines after it was revealed she had a meeting with Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort in June 2016, has claimed Mueller isn’t even searching for truth, otherwise he would’ve interviewed her. She had promised to offer dirt on Hillary prior to the meeting in June of 2016 which lead to the meeting.


As reported by The Daily Caller via the Associated Press:

“At the time of her 2016 meeting at Trump Tower, she was defending Prevezon against charges it had engaged in money laundering from a $230 million Russian tax fraud scheme,” AP explains. Team Trump has dismissed allegations that the meeting constituted “collusion” with Russia.

While the Senate Intelligence Committee spoke with Veselnitskaya in Berlin for three hours about the meeting, Mueller’s team seems conspicuously uninterested in what she has to say.

AP’s report reveals some reasons that Mueller might not be anxious to talk with her: She made clear in her testimony to the Senate committee that she was not working for the Russian government and that she believes the notorious unverified and salacious Steele dossier on Trump is “absolute nonsense”:

The Associated Press interviewed Veselnitskaya, going in depth on the meeting and the Mueller probe. In which, she called the Hillary Clinton paid for dossier “absolute non-sense.”

The investigators mainly wanted to know about Trump Tower meeting, she said. Veselnitskaya said she repeated her previous statements about it, insisting that she was not linked to the Russian government and merely wanted to discuss sanctions against Russia.

Veselnitskaya’s said the Berlin interview also focused on information in memos compiled by a former British spy whose work was funded by the Democratic National Committee and Clinton’s campaign. The dossier contains numerous allegations of Russian ties to Trump, his associates and the Trump campaign.

Veselnitskaya dismissed the dossier as “absolute nonsense.” She insisted that Glenn Simpson, whose firm Fusion GPS was hired to compile the dossier and who was questioned by the House Intelligence Committee in January, had been “framed.”

Not to mention, the Mueller probe hasn’t interviewed Julian Assange of Wikileaks, the man who released the “hacked” DNC emails. Democrats have claimed Russia hacked their server, despite a refusal to turn their email sever over to the FBI for investigation.

The dossier has been widely criticized for being a total fabrication paid for by Hillary and the Democrats in order to obtain a fraudulent FISA abuse warrant on the Trump campaign.

Yesterday at I Love My Freedom, we reported on Devin Nunes’ comments claiming there was no official intel provided before the Trump campaign was spied on.

Nunes stated, “This is really important to us because the intelligence investigation uses the tools of our intelligence services that are not supposed to be used on American citizens.

It’s only a matter of time before the entire witch hunt investigation totally backfires on the Democrats….

Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer: We’re Going to Sue Trump for Defamation

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Stormy Daniels plans to sue Donald Trump for defamation after the president called a forensic sketch of a man who allegedly threatened her a “total con job.”

Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, vowed to file the defamation claim “in short order” following a hearing in Los Angeles federal court on Friday.

The proceeding related to Trump attorney Michael Cohen’s motion to delay Daniels’ primary lawsuit, which seeks to invalidate a “hush agreement” she signed weeks before Election Day over her alleged romp with the president.

Cohen sought a 90-day stay in the civil case, citing his battle with federal prosecutors in Manhattan over a pending criminal probe.

U.S. District Court judge James Otero didn’t make a ruling Friday. Instead, he told Cohen to file a declaration indicating his Fifth Amendment rights would be endangered if Daniels’ suit moves forward, the Associated Press reported.

Otero said Cohen would need to file his own statement by Wednesday. In his initial motion, the embattled Trump stalwart included a declaration from his own attorney, but Otero ruled the statement was not enough.

Outside the courthouse, Avenatti told the press he was pleased with the hearing. “To quote the court… there are gaping holes in the application by Mr. Cohen and Mr. Trump to delay this matter,” he said.

Avenatti also said that he would soon file a separate lawsuit against Trump, or amend Daniels’ current complaint to include a defamation claim against him.

“I very much look forward to placing Mr. Trump under oath…”

“I fully anticipate that we will be amending this complaint in short order, or filing a separate action against Mr. Trump for his defamatory, outrageous statements made earlier this week where he effectively called my client a liar and stated that she was trying to pull a con on the American people,” Avenatti said.

“I very much look forward to placing Mr. Trump under oath and asking him about the basis for those outlandish, outrageous, baseless statements,” he added.

In early March, Daniels filed a lawsuit to void a “hush agreement” she signed over her alleged affair with Trump in 2006. She claims the nondisclosure agreement—inked weeks before the 2016 presidential election in exchange for a $130,000 payout from Cohen—was invalid because Trump never signed it.

Daniels amended her complaint on March 26 to include a defamation claim against the president’s ultra-loyal attorney.

Judge Otero’s words capped off a dramatic week in the Cohen-Daniels circus that began with a hearing over Cohen’s FBI raid.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for New York’s Southern District is reportedly investigating Cohen for possible bank fraud, wire fraud and campaign-finance violations. And the feds are seeking records about Cohen’s role in silencing Daniels and ex-Playboy model Karen McDougal in the run-up to the presidential election.

On Monday, Cohen was in Manhattan federal court requesting a temporary restraining order to stop prosecutors from reviewing seized materials, which he said were protected by attorney-client privilege and should first be sorted by an independent “special master” rather than federal investigators.

Daniels was in the courtroom as U.S. District Court judge Kimba Wood denied Cohen’s request. (Wood, who said she’d consider a special master, ordered the feds to provide an estimate of the volume of records seized.)

Cohen was also ordered to cough up a list of his clients. Before the proceeding, he’d named two and kept a third secret. But Wood demanded Cohen’s team name the mystery man, who ended up being Fox News host Sean Hannity.

On Tuesday, Daniels and Avenatti appeared on ABC’s The View to unveil a forensic sketch of a goon who allegedly threatened her to stay quiet about her affair with Trump. The encounter allegedly occurred in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011.

The day after her interview, Trump took to Twitter to call Daniels’ bully “a nonexistent man” and the sketch itself “a total con job.”

In her first live TV interview, Daniels said she’s speaking out against Trump and his loyal attorney because: “I’m done being bullied.”

When the conversation returned to Monday’s court hearing, Avenatti said, “There’s no question in my mind that Michael Cohen, a) is going to be indicted within the next three months, and b) he’s going to roll on the president.”

On Wednesday, Politico and The Wall Street Journal reported that some of Trump’s closest allies have warned him Cohen could “flip” and cooperatewith the feds. “That’s what they’ll threaten him with: life imprisonment,” Trump-backing lawyer Alan Dershowitz told Politico. “They’re going to threaten him with a long prison term and try to turn him into a canary that sings.”

Jay Goldberg, who last represented Trump in the early 2000s, told the Journal that the president phoned him seeking advice last week. On a scale of 1 to 100—with 100 being fully protecting the president—Cohen “isn’t even a 1,” Goldberg told Trump.

Meanwhile, Avenatti tweeted Thursday that he and Daniels would “vehemently argue” against Cohen’s move to delay her lawsuit. “The American people deserve the truth as quickly as possible,” he wrote.

Cohen’s request for a 90-day delay of Daniels’ case was filed last week on Friday. Attorneys for Cohen and Trump said they requested the stay of proceedings due to the FBI raid on Cohen’s home, office and hotel room. The searches were related, in part, to Daniels’ lawsuit against Cohen.

“Because the facts underlying this action and the criminal investigation related to Mr. Cohen overlap, Mr. Cohen’s Fifth Amendment rights may be adversely impacted if this case proceeds,” the motion states. The document was signed by Cohen’s lawyer, Brent Blakely, and Trump’s counsel, Gawker-slayer Charles Harder.

Avenatti, in court papers opposing the request, said Cohen and Trump didn’t provide any evidence justifying the stay of the porn star’s case. Indeed, Trump made no claim in court filings about his own Fifth-Amendment rights at all.

“Even though Mr. Cohen expresses concern about making self-incriminating statements… the record demonstrates that Mr. Cohen has already freely and openly discussed this matter in the public, including under oath in declarations filed in this case,” Avenatti wrote.

The defendants—who haven’t been indicted—didn’t present evidence “to demonstrate the materials the FBI seized have any relationship to this case,” Avenatti added.

BREAKING: Trump Hires Giuliani For Top Position

President Trump continually shocks the media, his supporters and his critics with personnel changes to his impressive roster, but today’s big news might just take the proverbial cake.

It’s now confirmed that the President has recruited none other than who we know as “America’s mayor,” – Rudy Giuliani.

Fox News reports:

Former New York City mayor and U.S. attorney Rudy Giuliani is joining President Trump’s legal team, Fox News confirmed on Thursday.

Giuliani, who has been close friends with Trump for years and reportedly was under consideration for a cabinet post, told The Washington Post that he joined the team with the intent of bringing Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe to a conclusion.

“I’m doing it because I hope we can negotiate an end to this for the good of the country and because I have high regard for the president and for Bob Mueller,” Giuliani told the outlet.

Mueller, Giuliani told The Post, should be left to complete his investigation. “My advice on Mueller has been this: He should be allowed to do his job, he’s entitled to do his job.”

Before he was the mayor of New York City from 1994 to 2001, Giuliani served as U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York from 1983 to 1999.

“The President said, ‘Rudy is great. He has been my friend for a long time and wants to get this matter quickly resolved for the good of the country,’” Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow said in a statement.

“I have had the privilege of working with Mayor Giuliani for many years, and we welcome his expertise,” Sekulow added. “Mayor Giuliani expressed his deep appreciation to the President for allowing him to assist in this important matter. In a statement, Mayor Giuliani said, ‘It is an honor to be a part of such an important legal team, and I look forward to not only working with the President but with Jay, Ty, and their colleagues.’”

Giuliani made the decision to join Trump’s legal team in the past few days following a dinner with the president ealier this month at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, the Post reported.

The former mayor, a vocal advocate for Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, was reportedly being considered for secretary of state following Trump’s victory. Giuliani, at the time, said he wasn’t interested in becoming Trump’s attorney general. Ultimately, the president picked Rex Tillerson for the State Department and Jeff Sessions for attorney general.

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FBI’s Unethical Raid of Trump Lawyer’s Office Has Already BACKFIRED on Mueller In a Huge Way

Following Monday’s FBI raid on the home and office of President Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, a poll was released by Rasmussen. This particular poll found that American voters are becoming more and more suspicious of the “Trump/Russia collusion” investigation, and are starting to think that there was more to the motivations behind it’s inception.

President Trump’s insistence that the entire thing was a “witch hunt” may be proving to be true after all, and things aren’t looking so good for special counsel Robert Mueller and his investigation. Out of 1,000 likely voters who were polled, less than half of them believed that Robert Mueller’s investigation is characterized as an “honest attempt to determine wrongdoing,” Rasmussen found.

In the meantime, a much higher number of people polled feel that it is a “partisan witch hunt,” vs the amount of people who felt this way back in October when a similar survey was conducted.

Neither one of the polls makes the Democrats look good, and it’s definitely not doing any favors for the mainstream media’s attempts to try and impeach President Trump.

Rasmussen reported“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 46% of Likely U.S. Voters still believe Mueller’s investigation is an honest attempt to determine criminal wrongdoing, but that’s down from 52% last October. Forty percent (40%) now consider Mueller’s probe a partisan witch hunt, an eight-point increase from 32% in the earlier survey. Fourteen percent (14%) are undecided.”

It’s beginning to look like the FBI raid on Cohen’s office is going to backfire on Mueller in a big way, but only time will tell just how big.


Hillary’s Lawyer Grows Conscious & Drops Bombshell, Turns Over Evidence That Exposes Comey’s & McCabe’s Big Secret

Bill O’Reilly and Lanny Davis are two seasoned warriors from opposite sides of the political aisle.  Now that they are pretty much out of the fray their ability to hold an honest discussion can be quite revealing.

Davis, who served both Clinton’s loyally opened up to O’Reilly about James Comey as the disgraced former FBI director prepares to embark on his blame Trump tour.  Davis says the Inspector General has some incriminating evidence regarding Comey’s handling of the HRC email investigation because he (Davis) gave it to him:

“I was interviewed by the Inspector General. I have only told one reporter that and it was never written. This is my first time to say that I was interviewed after, I, making a phone call and researching my book, that I consider James Comey to have acted unethically and he should have been fired by Barack Obama and Loretta Lynch because he violated Justice Department policies by holding a press conference and expressing his opinion publicly on the evidence. That’s a firing offense.  His decision to write a letter eleven days before the election, that hurt Clinton or hurt Trump was not consistent with fifty years of Justice Department policy to do nothing that might impact the presidential election.

[I told the Inspector General] and I gave them documents that were never seen before but posted two months after the election, that showed that the whole email investigation was botched. So, I think that’s where I think the Inspector General will come down on Comey very hard as well as on McCabe.”

Start clip at 7:34 for partial transcript below.

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BOOM: Benghazi Hero Responds PERFECTLY After The FBI Raids Trump Lawyer

Kris Paronto, a well-known survivor of the 2012 Benghazi attacks, dropped an incredible tweet after reports of President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, being raided by the FBI.

Kris Paronto said in a tweet, “Wait wait @FBI , you raid Trumps lawyer because a porn star’s allegations while you ignore the criminal clinton’s destruction of subpoenaed classified emails,using open servers to save and send classified info,Bill’s rape and sexual assault allegations&foundation $ laundering”

“And uranium one, and collusion with the @DNC to rig the democratic primary and assisting the transfer of Libyan arms to Syrian Rebels, and standing down the military response leaving us to die in Benghazi Libya… i could go on @HillaryClinton @jeffsessions @FBI,” Paronto added.


The raid comes just days after Donald Trump was questioned about Cohen’s payment to Trump’s accuser Stormy Daniels.

“You’ll have to ask Michael Cohen. Michael is my attorney, and you’ll have to ask Michael Cohen,” Trump replied when pressed on the Stormy Daniels payment.

As we reported at I Love My Freedom earlier, President Trump wasn’t happy about the Cohen raids, calling it a “disgraceful situation” and “an attack on our country.”

“I just heard that they broke into the office of one of my personal attorneys. Good man. And it’s a disgraceful situation. It’s a total witch hunt,” Trump said Monday to a pool of reporters.

“It’s an attack on our country,” Trump said. “It’s an attack on what we all stand for.”

It’s interesting how efficient the FBI seems to be when it comes to attacking the current President. Is this the “insurance policy” referred to by the Strzok texts?

Lou Dobbs released a tweet with a video about the raid, stating the raid on Cohen’s office proves Mueller is “acting in bad faith.”

On Twitter, people have been slamming the “witch hunt.”

“The FBI raided the home and offices of Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen over Stormy Daniels payments? I thought Mueller’s witch hunt was supposed to be about Russia…” tweeted one user.

How do you feel about the raid?

Lawyer for Susan Rice Says Last-Minute Email Was to Create ‘Permanent Record’ of Obama-Comey Conversation

A lawyer for Susan Rice said in a letter Friday that the former national security adviser sent herself an email on her last day in office documenting a meeting with President Obama and his top national security advisers about sharing intelligence with the incoming Trump administration in order to create a “permanent record” of the discussion.

Kathryn H. Ruemmler of Latham & Watkins LLP wrote:

Given the importance and sensitivity of the subject matter, and upon the advice of the White House Counsel’s Office, Ambassador Rice created a permanent record of the discussion. Ambassador Rice memorialized the discussion on January 20, because that was the first opportunity she had to do so, given the particularly intense responsibilities of the National Security Advisor during the remaining days of the Administration and transition.

The letter, reported by Politico, was sent in response to a list of questions from Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Crime and Terrorism Subcommittee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC), after they discovered an email Rice had sent herself on January 20, 2017 at 12:15 p.m. — as she was leaving office.

Her email stated that on January 5, 2017, intelligence community leadership had briefed President Obama on Russian hacking during the 2016 election, and that after the briefing, the president had a “brief follow-on conversation” with FBI Director Jim Comey and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates in the Oval Office, where she and Vice President Biden were present.

Rice wrote that the president began the follow-on conversation by “stressing his continued commitment to ensuring that every aspect of this issue is handled by the Intelligence and law enforcement communities ‘by the book.’”

“The President stressed that he is not asking about, initiating or instructing anything from a law enforcement perspective. He reiterated that our law enforcement team needs to proceed as it normally would by the book,” she wrote. “From a national security perspective, however, President Obama said he wants to be sure that, as we engage with the incoming team, we are mindful to ascertain if there is any reason that we cannot share information fully as it relates to Russia.”

“The President asked Comey to inform him if anything changes in the next few weeks that should affect how we share classified information with the incoming team. Comey said he would,” she wrote.

Grassley and Graham wrote Rice that it struck them as “odd” that she would need to send herself such an unusual email in her final moments in office about the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation. They wrote:

It strikes us as odd that, among your activities in the final moments on the final day of the Obama administration, you would feel the need to send yourself such an unusual email purporting to document a conversation involving President Obama and his interactions with the FBI regarding the Trump/Russia investigation. In addition, despite your claim that President Obama repeatedly told Mr. Comey to proceed ‘by the book,’ substantial questions have arisen about whether officials at the FBI, as well as at the Justice Department and the State Department, actually did proceed ‘by the book.’

They submitted a list of questions for her to respond, including when she first became aware of the FBI’s investigation, when she learned about the allegations made in the Steele dossier, and how and when she knew the dossier was funded by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

Rice’s lawyer ignored the majority of their 12 questions and offered an unsolicited narrative that Obama and his national security team were “justifiably concerned” about potential risks to the nation’s national security from sharing highly-classified information about Russia with “certain members” of the Trump transition team, “particularly Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn.”

Her lawyer confirmed that the Obama administration monitored the communications of the Trump team and Russian officials “before and after the election” — which she said were “concerning.”

“In light of concerning communications between members of the Trump team and Russian officials, before and after the election, President Obama, on behalf of his national security team, appropriately sought the FBI and the Department of Justice’s guidance on this subject,” she wrote.

Rice’s lawyer also sidestepped questions as to when she learned of the dossier and when she knew it was funded by the Clinton administration and the DNC. Instead, she simply wrote: “In the conversation Ambassador Rice documented, there was no discussion of Christopher Steele or the Steele dossier, contrary to the suggestion in your letter.”

The lawyer also called the timestamp of the email showing she sent it at 12:15 p.m. “not accurate,” and said Rice had sent it “shortly before noon.”

Rice’s lawyer said Rice was “not briefed on the existence” of any FBI investigation into allegations of collusion between Trump’s associates and Russia, and that she later learned of the “fact of his investigation” from Comey’s March 2017 public testimony acknowledging that it existed.

She also denied that Rice knew the FBI sought surveillance warrants connected to the FBI’s investigation.

“Ambassador Rice was not informed of any FISA applications sought by the FBI in its investigation, and she only learned of them from press reports after leaving office.”


Uh oh… Anonymous Source Steps Forward and BREAKS SILENCE on Hillary — Time to Lawyer Up!

Hillary Clinton better start packing an overnight bag because she’s probably going to federal prison. It has come to light that the former Secretary of State personally authorized John Podesta, her campaign chairman, to launch the Trump-Russian dossier project.

According to a senior Clinton campaign staffer, Hillary personally approved Podesta’s decision to fund the dossier by “funneling campaign funds through Marc Elias.”

The strategist, who wishes to remain anonymous, really let the cat out of the bag on this one. He said, in part:

“The dossier was delivered to the Clinton campaign by [the opposition research firm] Fusion GPS in the summer of 2016, and Hillary read it and was thrilled by its salacious content.”

“She bragged about it so openly that many of the people in her Brooklyn campaign headquarters were aware of the existence of the dossier. Hillary referred to it as her ‘secret weapon’ that would ‘blow Trump out of the water.’”

The revelations don’t stop there, though. With Clinton’s full knowledge, senior staff members on her campaign staff, including manager Robby Mook, communications director Jennifer Palmieri, and press secretary Brian Fallon, leaked the dossier to the press and even members of Congress!

The source continued:

“They leaked the story that Trump secretly agreed with the Russians that, if elected, he would not interfere with the Russian takeover of the eastern section of Ukraine, and that he promised Putin he would end oil sanctions.”

The dossier itself was, in the final analysis, a crude and unreliable document. It’s purpose was never to accurately investigate or prove allegations against the President and his campaign, it was about creating a narrative to smear Trump’s credibility.

After the dossier was quietly disseminated among important newsmakers, it’s contents began appearing in print. In June 2016, the Leftist rag Mother Jones ran a story alleging links between Trump and Russia. Later that August, Harry Reid urged the FBI to investigate Trump’s ties to the Kremlin.

Even after Trump trounced Clinton and swept the the election, the campaign to discredit him continued in full force. In January of this year, BuzzFeed ran the full text of the dossier, and the mainstream media covered the “revelations” in full force.

As more details come to light and other sources speak out, this story will pick up steam. The old Biblical adage that “deeds done in the dark will come into the light” still holds true in this day and time.

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NEW REVELATION: Hillary Clinton Together With Russian Lawyer Tried To Frame Trump

The Russian lawyer who supposedly had a meeting with Donald Trump Jr.turned out that had already met with Clinton’s Campaign officials and then once again after the alleged meeting with Trump Jr. Turns out that the Russian lawyer Veselnitskaya was together with Clinton in a conspiracy on how to set up the president.

Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine gave the following statement to The Washington Post:

Don Jr. could be investigated for “treason” for the meeting (proving yet again that the Clinton camp only picks winners), it quickly became clear that no Russian conspiracy or collusion came out of the meeting.

Via Fox News: “The co-founder of Fusion GPS, the firm behind the unverified Trump dossier, met with a Russian lawyer before and after a key meeting she had last year with Trump’s son,”

Fox News also received the following statement from their source: they also were together after the Trump Tower meeting.”

PJ Media’s Liz Shield gave the following theory: “The theory goes like this. During her time as secretary of State, Hillary Clinton developed unsettling connections to Russian business interests. Veselnitskaya’s relationship with Fusion GPS had already been common knowledge, but the fact that Simpson met with Veselnitskaya before and after the meeting with Donald Jr. and the rest of the Trump team strongly indicates this could have been a “honeypot” operation.”

Most notoriously, she helped approve a 2010 deal giving Russian company Rosatom 20 percent of U.S. uranium, while her husband had just been paid $500,000 for a speech at a Russian bank promoting Uranium One stock.

This proved that the Russian conspiracy starts with the Democrats trying to set up Donald Trump in order to win the elections but all of that turned out to disaster and the truth came out.

Looks like some Liberals are going to be charged with treason.