A lawyer paid by the Clinton campaign spied on Donald Trump even while he was in the White House, according to a motion filed by Special Counsel John Durham over the weekend.
The motion adds to information filed on Sept. 17, 2021, against Michael Sussmann, a lawyer who worked directly for the Clintons, Fusion GPS and the Democratic National Committee—but lied about his clients’ identities to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Sussmann worked with technology executive Rodney Joffe to spy on the Internet activities at Trump Tower, Donald Trump’s apartment building and even the executive office.
This explosive information further exposes the treason committed by top Democrats! Yet the mainstream press completely ignored it. That is shameful complicity with these crimes that are destroying our constitutional republic!
Joffe voluntarily advised former President Barack Obama on cybersecurity. In 2013, FBI Director James Comey gave Joffe an award for his help in investigating a cybersecurity case. Until September 2021, Joffe was an executive at Neustar, a major company that directs traffic on the Internet. In an e-mail obtained by prosecutors, Joffe said, “I was tentatively offered the top [cybersecurity] job by the Democrats when it looked like they’d win.” “I definitely would not take the job under Trump,” he added.
According to Durham’s latest motion, Joffe and his associates looked through web traffic from Donald Trump to find anything that could be painted as a connection with Russia. The filing also said that Joffe “enlisted the assistance of researchers at a U.S.-based university who were receiving and analyzing large amounts of Internet data in connection with a pending federal government cybersecurity research contract”—probably referring to Georgia Tech and the contract it had with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Joffe passed this information to Sussmann. In September 2016, in the run-up to the election, Sussmann requested a meeting with then FBI General Counsel James Baker, saying he had disturbing information on Trump’s links with Russia—and claiming he was not working for any client. Then in February 2017—after Trump was in office—Sussmann provided “an updated set of allegations” to a different U.S. intelligence agency, presumably the Central Intelligence Agency. Sussmann dressed the information up to make it look like Mr. Trump was colluding with Russia. Much of this information made its way into the press and was used to try to bring down President Trump.
Mr. Trump correctly said Durham’s filing “provides indisputable evidence that my campaign and presidency were spied on by operatives paid by the Hillary Clinton campaign in an effort to develop a completely fabricated connection to Russia.” “This is a scandal far greater in scope and magnitude than Watergate and those who were involved in and knew about this spying operation should be subject to criminal prosecution,” Trump said. “In a stronger period of time in our country, this crime would have been punishable by death.”