Hillary Clinton’s Spying on Trump Could Land Her behind Bars

The gigantic spying scandal, which revealed Hillary Clinton’s spying on Donald Trump and the White House, back in 2016 and 2017, could land Clinton behind bars and lead to multiple indictments.

‘Enough Evidence’ Out of the Spying Scandal

According to John Radcliffe, who served as the Director of National Intelligence in 2020-2021, the spying scandal disclosed by Special Counsel John Durham contains enough evidence to indict numerous individuals.

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Ratcliffe is also a former US Attorney for Texas’ Eastern District. He served as a Republican member of the US House of Representatives from 2015 until becoming DNI head in 2020.

According to court filings by Durham on Friday, Clinton campaign official Rodney Joffe led a team that infiltrated the computer services of the Trump Tower.

The White House Executive Office’s computer services and other entities were also infiltrated in order to find information that would help them frame President Trump as a collaborator with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

Trump himself reacted to the breaking out of the scandal by declaring Hillary Clinton committed treason and by adding such a spying crime would have been punishable by death in earlier time periods.

Clinton spying on Trump in order to try to prevent him from becoming president of the United States is bigger than the Watergate scandal from the 1970s.

CIA-to-FBI Memo Had It Right at the Time

According to a report by Fox News, Radcliffe told Durham the indictments could lead to Clinton’s lawyers.

Apparently, their goal wasn’t only to smear Trump per se, but they also used the Russia story in order to divert public attention from Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.

The report cites a counterintelligence lead from the CIA. This lead was first declassified in a highly-redacted version back in October 2020. It states Hillary Clinton approved a plan for distracting the public from the scandal of her using a private email service.

The plan in question concerned a supposed connection between Trump and Russian hackers interfering with the 2016 presidential election.

The CIA then forwarded the memo in question, which is from September 2016, to the FBI, particularly to Peter Strzok, deputy assistant counterintelligence director, and FBI Director James Comey.

Fox News cites a source familiar with the matter as saying Ratcliffe had concerns about the forwarding of the CIA memo to Strzok and Comey.

The report says Ratcliffe had more than one meeting with DOJ Special Counsel John Durham. During these meetings, he declared a number of people could be charged with a crime because of Clinton’s spying on Trump in 2016-2017.

The Clinton spying-on-Trump scandal from 2016-2017 is now breaking wide open. It is happening at a time when Hillary Clinton may be trying to stage a political recuperation in order to run for president once again in 2024.

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