I was absolutely right on Clinton


To the editor:

Finally, I am vindicated.

I put my reputation and name on two opinion pieces in The Riverdale Press that ran in September 2019 and October 2020, which I had the guts to write.

And The Press had the guts to print.

Both were my belief that the Russian “collusion delusion hoax” was funded by the Clinton campaign, and illegally diverted funds from the Democratic National Committee. And that the Perkins Coie law firm and its two lawyers, Marc Elias and Michael Sussman, were likely the “masterminds” of this complex and massive hoax.

Finally, after all these years, it appears that John Durham is closing in on the culprits of this disgusting and expensive hoax played on the American public.

I actually lost two friendships over this issue, none of which I regret. If you cannot trust or believe in the honest opinions of your friends and family, there are no reasons to keep such relationships alive. Period.

Seriously, I would love to see a few more indictments. And thanks for keeping free speech alive.

Lou DeHolczer

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