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    Honeypot Confirmed? Russian Lawyer Met With Clinton-Funded Fusion GPS Before and After Trump Jr. Meeting

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    Honeypot Confirmed? Russian Lawyer Met With Clinton-Funded Fusion GPS Before and After Trump Jr. Meeting

    Post  sinister_midget on Wed Nov 08, 2017 8:39 am

    Honeypot Confirmed? Russian Lawyer Met With Clinton-Funded Fusion GPS Before and After Trump Jr. Meeting

    Two weeks ago, new bombshells surrounding the infamous Trump-Russia dossier pointed the finger at the Democratic Party and the Hillary Clinton campaign, who paid Fusion GPS to compile it. This suggested a pivotal connection between the Clinton campaign and the Russian lawyer who gained notoriety for meeting Donald Trump Jr. and Paul Manafort in June, 2016 — Natalia Veselnitskaya.

    At the time, PJ Media wondered whether or not the Clinton campaign urged Veselnitskaya to act as a "honeypot" — drawing the Trump campaign into a meeting with a Russian lawyer as a trap. In orchestrating this meeting, the Clinton campaign could suggest Trump was just as in bed with the Russians as Hillary Clinton was, Uranium One scandal or not.

    Recent news substantially confirms the "honeypot" theory, suggesting that the Clinton campaign may indeed have orchestrated the Trump-Russia meeting through Fusion GPS, since the firm was indeed a client for the Clinton campaign.

    An unnamed source told Fox News that "hours before the Trump Tower meeting on June 9, 2016, Fusion co-founder and ex-Wall Street Journal reporter Glenn Simpson was with Veselnitskaya in a Manhattan federal courtroom." Court records, email correspondence, and published reports corroborated this meeting.

    Furthermore, the source also told Fox News that Simpson and Veselnitskaya met again after the meeting.

    This new revelation underscores the probability of the "honeypot" theory, an idea PJ Media's Liz Sheld suggested to this reporter.



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