Long before the story broke public regarding meetings between Russian operatives and members of the Trump campaign, Hillary Clinton was hinting at such a connection. How was she so privy to that information? Yes, she likely was tipped off by the illegal wire tap courtesy of Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch and other within the Obama administration, but Mrs. Clinton just as likely received a heads-up from a man who was acting as an “translator” at that same meeting. A man who was former employee of the Clinton State Department – Anatoli Samochornov. Guess what? Mr. Samochornov is a left winger
Comments: Before the article text, there is inset text from another source that talks about Samochornov. It is in the form of a pdf image so cannot be copied/pasted. Small print can be increased on your browser. Among other things it tells us is that these free lance interpreters are often given security clearance, and he was also a “program officer” at the NYC FBI field office.
Twenty years ago I heard rumor from an excellent source that the Federal Government had become a criminal organization. I truly believe that it is. This is evidenced by the law passed by Congressmen for Congressmen that it´s OK for them to profit from "inside information" on drug approvals, corporate mergers, military contracts, etc., while normal citizens get prosecuted by the SEC/DOJ and do crime time in prison, per Martha Stewart for engaging in the same activity. So much for "One Country Under God."
That´s the MO of the left. They set up events such as this so that it advances their agenda, their "narrative." Their operatives are obviously very good at setting people up for political purposes, blackmail, etc.
Translators and interpreters are what the MSM are for them, interpreting reality, selectively telling us what events and facts are important, hiding others, and interpreting the meaning for us.
All the MSM do this. They tell only one side of the debate, or declare the debate is settled, and never give a voice to any dissenters. I recall PBS during an election, when they would play 2 or 3 soundbites from demoncrats, but "paraphrase" what was said by conservatives.
If you control the translator, you control the narrative.
Two or three days ago, I said that this trap went unused because they thought Hilliary was going to win. When she didn´t, they tried to tie the loss to ´Russian collusion´.
I submit, if she had won, this story would have disappeared, and nobody would have recognized the pattern the next time they tried it. It´s even possible this was an independent effort thrown together to try to ´help´ Hilliary. I´m guessing that the left does this all the time, illegal coordination with PACs, etc.
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