In the newest John Durham trial, court papers indicate that a friend of Hillary Clinton lied to assist in the creation of a fake designed to discredit Donald J. Trump. A longstanding Clinton family member testified under oath to the Specia Counsel team on October 13 that he lied when he claimed to have discussed GOP turmoil with a Republican buddy.
Thursday, Democratic operative Charles Dolan Jr. testified that in 2016 he lied to Igor Danchenko and helped set in motion the most scandalous series of events to shock the United States.
Independent media reports reveal the Clinton criminal family’s wrongdoing based on the most recent testimony concerning the Russian Hoax, which began with a series of fabricated allegations in the “Steele dossier,” also known as the “Pee-pee recordings.”
In November 2021, the New York Post published a timeline detailing how Dolan became a household name:
“Charles H. Dolan Jr., a former aide to Hillary Clinton, is identified only as “PR-Executive 1” in the indictment, which stemmed from special counsel John Durham’s long-running investigation into the FBI’s probe of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and its alleged ties to the Russian government.
Danchenko intentionally misled the FBI when he denied in a 2017 interview that he had spoken to Dolan about any material contained in the file, according to the charging document.
Dolan was Danchenko’s primary source for a section of the Dossier that analyzed Paul Manafort’s resignation as Trump’s campaign chairman in August of 2016, the document claims.
At the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Dolan cut his teeth leaving the DGA; Dolan was a member of Bill Clinton’s presidential exploratory committee, then served as Virginia state chairman for the Clinton-Gore campaign in both 1992 and 1996. (On both occasions, Clinton won the election but lost the commonwealth.)
After winning his second term, Clinton appointed Dolan to two four-year terms as the vice-chairman of the State Department’s Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy.
Dolan returned to the Democratic campaign trail in 2004, serving as a senior communications consultant for John Kerry’s unsuccessful White House bid. Four years later, he advised Hillary Clinton in Iowa and New Hampshire during her unsuccessful campaign for the Democratic nomination.
By that time, Dolan was cultivating connections in Russia.
Dolan testified during Igor Danchenko’s criminal trial in a U.S. court in Virginia and said that he provided information to Danchenko, a key source for the anti-Donald Trump dossier that Hillary Clinton helped fund.
“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.”
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Dolan sent Danchenko a message on August 20, 2016, purporting to have inside knowledge regarding Trump campaign executives Corey Lewandowski and Paul Manafort. The Epoch Times further 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.” CONTINUE READING…