Jesse Watters made WILDLY false statements about Hillary Clinton

Jesse Watters false claim that Hillary Clinton hackers paid to create fake evidence in an attempt to show Donald Trump collusion with the Russian government. The Fox News host then used a misrepresentation of his profile to say that Clinton was in fact trying to trap Trump.

On Friday, Special Counsel John Durham submit One move alleged that Clinton hired a technology executive with legitimate access to non-public, non-private internet data, some of which was allegedly used in an effort to link Trump to Russia. That CEO was elsewhere confirmed Okay Rodney Joffe.

Durham is investigating the investigation into Trump that culminated in the Mueller Report, which found no evidence Trump conspired with Russia, but nonetheless Trump welcomed the country’s help in the presidential campaign. 2016.

Watters is definitely not alone among conservative media figures making sensational and false claims about the filing, but allegations that fake evidence were made stand out. On Monday, he told his audience,

Durham documents show that Hillary Clinton hired people to break into Trump’s home and office computers before and during his presidency, and present evidence that he colluded with Russia.

Yes. You heard right. Hillary broke into the computer servers of the presidential candidate and the computer servers of the sitting president, monitoring them. There, her hackers planted evidence, fabricated evidence linking Trump to Russia, then provided that fake document to the federal and media.

The problem is that the Durham docs don’t show this – at all.

Instead, the filing adds some details to the indictment of Michael Sussmann, who requested a meeting with the FBI to present the agency with evidence that he believes Trump colluded with Russia. Sussmann told the FBI at the time that he was not working for “any client,” but Durham insisted Sussmann was indeed working for the Clinton campaign. As a result, Sussmann was charged with making false statements to the FBI.

Rather than an elaborate hacking scheme, Durham said that Sussmann and a technology executive had access to some non-public Internet data, and that the tech operator “exploited” this with how to pass data to the Clinton campaign.

The filing adds,

Government evidence at the trial will also verify that among the Internet data that Tech Executive-1 and his associates exploited was the domain name system (“DNS”) Internet traffic associated with ( i) a specific healthcare provider, (ii) Trump Tower, (iii) Donald Trump’s Central Park West apartment building, and (iv) the Executive Office of the President of the United States (“” EOP”). (Tech Executive-1’s employer, Internet Company-1, accessed and maintained EOP-specific servers as part of a sensitive agreement under which it provided DNS resolution services. for EOP. Tech Executive-1 and his associates exploited the deal by mining EOP DNS traffic and other data to gather derogatory information about Donald Trump.)

FoxNews.com report story about Durham’s filing Friday, and noted that Sussmann had repeatedly billed the Clinton campaign. Neither the Fox News story, nor Durham’s motion contain any allegations of hacking, fabricating, or planting evidence.

Furthermore, Durham has not brought hacking-related charges against anyone. If he did, the matter would still have to be taken to court of law.

See above via Fox News.

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Dustin Huang

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