The specifics are being exposed in court documents in the most recent John Durham trial. Hillary Clinton’s buddy deceived to assist in the creation of a fake to discredit Donald J. Trump. On October 13, a longtime Clinton family acquaintance revealed under oath to the Specia Counsel team that he had lied when he claimed to have discussed GOP drama with a Republican friend.
According to testimony given on Thursday by Democratic operative Charles Dolan Jr., he lied to Igor Danchenko in 2016 and played a role in the most scandalous series of events to ever rock the United States of America.
Based on the most recent testimony regarding the Russian Hoax, which was all begun with a false set of allegations in the “Steele dossier,” also known as the “Pee-Pee tapes,” independent media reports reveal the corruption of the Clinton crime family.
The New York Post published a timeline of how Dolan rose to fame in November 2021.
Charles H. Dolan Jr., a former Hillary Clinton staffer, is only referred to in the indictment as “PR-Executive 1” and was the subject of special counsel John Durham’s extensive inquiry into the FBI’s investigation into Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and its purported ties to the Russian government.
According to the criminal document, Danchenko purposefully deceived the FBI when he denied in a 2017 interview that he had discussed any information in the file with Dolan.
The document asserts that Dolan served as Danchenko’s main source for a section of the Dossier that examined Paul Manafort’s resignation from his position as Trump’s campaign chairman in August 2016.
Dolan began his academic career at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst after leaving the DGA. He was a participant in Bill Clinton’s presidential exploratory committee and later served as Virginia state chairman for the Clinton-Gore campaign in 1992 and 1996. (Clinton won the election on both times but lost the commonwealth.)
Clinton appointed Dolan to two consecutive four-year terms as the vice chair of the State Department’s Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy after winning the election for a second term.
In 2004, Dolan returned to Democratic politics and worked as John Kerry’s failing presidential campaign’s senior communications consultant. He provided Hillary Clinton with advice in Iowa and New Hampshire during her futile bid for the Democratic nomination four years later.
Dolan was already developing contacts in Russia at that point.
Dolan revealed in court testimony that he sent information to Igor Danchenko, a major source for the anti-Donald Trump dossier that Hillary Clinton helped finance, during Danchenko’s criminal prosecution in a U.S. court in Virginia.
“Danchenko is on trial for allegedly lying to FBI agents when he said he had not communicated with Dolan about any of the allegations in the Dossier, according to charging documents. Instead, Danchenko actually sourced from Dolan at least one of the allegations he provided to dossier author Christopher Steele, a Clinton supporter who harbored animus against Trump.”
Here’s where we are at the moment.
Dolan sent Danchenko a message on August 20, 2016, purporting to have inside knowledge regarding Paul Manafort and Corey Lewandowski, two members of the Trump campaign. In addition, The Epoch Times reported:
“I had a drink with a GOP friend of mine who knows some of the players and got some of what is in this article, which provides even more detail. She also told me that Corey Lewandowski, who hates Manafort and still speaks to Trump, regularly played a role. He is said to be doing a happy dance over it,” Dolan said, including a link to a news article. “I think the bottom line is that in addition to the Ukraine revelations, a number of people wanted Manafort gone. It is a very sharp elbows crowd.”
Dolan acknowledged fabricating the “GOP friend” on Thursday.
The Dossier, the key document in the issue as a whole, was a hot topic during former FBI Director Jim Comey’s appearance before the House Judiciary Committee on December 7. The document, which was released by BuzzFeed News in January 2017, attracted a lot of attention from the public, first for its graphic descriptions of Donald Trump’s alleged extramarital encounters in Russia, and later for its role in helping to support the government’s request for a FISA warrant to monitor Carter Page.
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And the evidence is pouring in that the entire thing was a lie and was never verified.
Zerohedge reported adding more details about where Dolan claimed to have gotten his information… CONTINUE READING…