Case closed in Russia collusion


To the editor:

I believe the real reason we’re getting all these exaggerated, dramatized news headlines and impeachment threats against the president is that the Trump “collusion delusion” is slowly falling apart.

Starting with the setup of 28-year-old George Papadopoulos in a London wine bar with Australian liberal party hack Alexander Downer. This is a man who in testimony forgot to mention his role in helping the Clinton Foundation get $25 million in aid from his government in 2006.

In attendance were liberal Israeli diplomat Christian Cantor and his mysterious attractive girlfriend whose job at the Australian embassy remains a mystery.

We have recently learned Mr. Downer never contacted either American or Australian intelligence about his conversation with Mr. Papadopoulos, which is against established protocol. Instead, he directly contacted the U.S. embassy in London.

His connection there was Elizabeth Dibble, who previously served as principal deputy assistant secretary in Hillary Clinton’s State Department. Strange coincidence that I find very hard to believe.

Mr. Papadopoulos was later “set up” in Israel with a $10,000 cash exchange which failed because he had the sense to give the money and report the incident to his lawyers.

On his arrival back to the United States, he was greeted by FBI agents looking for money in his luggage.

That, of course, would have been used to prove that he was a paid foreign agent of whoever masterminded this insidious plot.

and what has become of the strange, mysterious Maltese professor Joseph Mifsud, who originated the Russia dirt story?

Another path is the Hillary for America and the Democratic National Committee illegally diverting campaign funds to the Perkins Cole law firm hiring Marc Elias and Michael Sussman as their hatchet men. They hired sleazy Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS, who already had a working relationship with the now infamous Christopher Steele.

Recent information proves that Glenn Simpson was given access and shared information with various intelligence and government officials. Why was a former journalist, private contractor given so much attention in Washington? Concerning his business partner, let’s remember that Mr. Steele had previously tried to “sell” his unverified dossier to The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, The New Yorker and Mother Jones without any takers. Unfortunately, our politicos and sensationalist news media took the bait.

And we all know that television/cable ratings mean more money. It does not, however, provide enough evidence for federal warrants.

Slowly but surely, the truth of this elaborate hoax will eventually be traced to the Democratic Party paranoia concerning Hillary Clinton’s illegal email server, Huma Abedin’s laptop, after the foreign-based hacks which affected 21 million government employees, and the John Podesta email hack.

With 30,000 of 60,000 emails deleted along with her hard drive being wiped, it was impossible to know whether Clinton’s emails were, in fact, hacked. But then again, this is the woman who, during the so-called Russian reset, raised money for Russia’s Silicon Valley Skolkovo, gave us the Uranium One controversy, promoted American involvement in the Libyan civil war, and rigged her own primary election.

So it’s not a long stretch to believe that this conspiracy was both a cover up “damage control” of a possible breach of Mrs. Clinton’s illegal email server, and redirection effort to then blame President Trump for using this information if it proved to be true.

Case closed.

The blowback of this insidious operation will be the unmasking of its machinations, and expose this $30 million hoax to the American people in 2020.

Lou Deholczer


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