Both Hillary Clinton and Ukraine may be getting nervous now with the looming prospect of having Trump nominee Christopher Wray as the next FBI Director to take over the post vacated by ousted James Comey. The defeated presidential candidate and Ukraine better start praying to all their gods that the Senate will not confirm Wray if ever.
The Duran’s Alex Christoforou says that Hillary and Ukraine colluded with the DNC during the presidential campaign to prevent a Donald Trump victory. Of course, they miserably failed, and immediately projected their sneaky crimes into the fake Russia- election interference tired and tiring narrative.
Should Wray be confirmed by the Senate, Christoforou says an investigation into the Ukraine and Hillary collusion can be expected. And both Hillary and Ukraine have reasons to be nervous because there are pieces of evidence to this that are, in fact, well-documented.
Politico ran a story on January 11, 2017 titled “Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfire” which gave details to how Kiev officials were scrambling to make amends with Trump and get into his good graces after failing in their bid to send Hillary to the White House.
TGP also reported that Hillary’s aides met with Ukrainian government officials and journalists specifically to dig up dirt on team Trump. The information gathered from the probe was then turned over to the DNC and Hillary’s camp.
And here’s one from the Washington Examiner that might send Hillary and Ukraine to shake in fear- Christopher Wray signaling his willingness to probe the allegations that the DNC worked with Ukraine to damage Trump’s campaign in 2016. Wray when asked by Sen. Lindsey Graham if he would look into the charges of Clinton-Ukraine-DNC collusion answered that he would be “happy to dig into it. “
Seriously, the Duran, they're almost as questionable as you when it comes to reliable sources, you would be better off listening to Red Pill when he's off his meds. :)
Yet Another Clinton Body Bag: Peter W. Smith Killed After Investigating Clinton Emails
Republican donor and operative from Chicago's North Shore who said he had tried to obtain Hillary Clinton's missing emails from Russian hackers alledgedly "killed himself" in a Minnesota hotel room days after talking to The Wall Street Journal about his efforts, public records show.
The financier from suburban Lake Forest gave an interview to the Journal about his quest, and it began publishing stories about his efforts in late June. The Journal also reported it had seen emails written by Smith showing his team considered retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, then a top adviser to Republican Donald Trump's campaign, an ally.
At the time, the newspaper reported Smith's May 14 death came about 10 days after he granted the interview. Mystery shrouded how and where he had died, but the lead propagandist on the stories said on a podcast "he had no reason to believe the death was the result of foul play" and that "Smith likely had died of natural causes."
However, the Chicago Tribune obtained a Minnesota state death record filed in Olmsted County saying Smith committed suicide in a hotel near the Mayo Clinic at 1:17 p.m. on Sunday, May 14. He was found with a bag over his head with a source of helium attached.
This is yet another victim to add to the long list of recent whistleblowers and investigators who have suddenly "killed themselves" while investigating the Clinton crime family.