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Sunday, April 14, 2024

Clinton Stooge Michael Sussmann Had Key to FBI Kingdom

'Michael Sussmann was so close to the FBI, he had a keycard to FBI Headquarters... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) Mounting evidence suggests that a jury stacked with Hillary Clinton donors and an Obama-nominated judge might not be the only reason Democrat bagman Michael Sussmann got a free pass for lying to the FBI.

“Michael Sussmann knew he’d never be punished,” said Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, largely because evidence indicates that Sussmann, the Democrat Party and the Clinton 2016 presidential campaign were working in tandem with the country’s largest law enforcement agency to destroy then-candidate Donald Trump with bogus stories about Russian collusion.

Sussmann, a former lawyer for the Clinton campaign, was acquitted on charges of lying to the FBI about his colluding with Hillary for America to promote the debunked Russia hoax fable.

Sussmann, however, has a long history of collaborating and working with the FBI, even during the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.

How deeply rooted Sussmann ran within the FBI structure was laid bare with the revelation that the former Clinton campaign attorney had his own personal keycard to access and enter FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C., according to Carlson.

“Now, the FBI pretended to be outraged by the fact that Michael Sussmann had lied to them,” Carlson said of the bureau’s role in the recent prosecution led by special counsel John Durham.

“But then we learned, actually, the FBI was working with Michael Sussmann and his law firm Perkins Coie,” Carlson said.

“Perkins Coie had an FBI workspace in its offices for a decade and Michael Sussmann was so close to the FBI, he had a keycard to FBI Headquarters. We know this from a recently released text exchange.”

The texts originated when Sussmann pretended to approach the FBI as a patriot with information about Russian collusion.

Sussmann would be coming in “on my own – not on behalf of a client or company – want to help the Bureau,” he texted then-FBI General Counsel James Baker.

“2:00pm at my office?” Baker responded. “Do you have a badge or do you need help getting into the building.”

Sussmann’s casual reply, “I have a badge. Please remind me of your room #?”

“Sussman had a badge to the FBI building?” Carlson asked incredulously.

“How do we get one of those? Oh, we’re not leading Democratic lawyers, so we can’t have them.”

The treatment and cooperation Sussmann received stands in stark contrast to the recent arrest of former Trump aide Peter Navarro, who was ambushed at an airport, shackled in handcuffs and dragged away in leg irons.

That driving force behind that difference in treatment is detailed in an article from The Federalist, which Carlson cited.

“It sends an unmistakeable message: We can get you anytime, anywhere, on any grounds we choose. You can’t touch even a single one of ours,” The Federalist wrote.

What unfolded in the two cases was “a partisan play by a political party that has somehow completely taken over our largest law enforcement agency,” Carlson said.

And Sussmann isn’t the only Democrat-connected crony who has benefitted from that twisted collusion, Carlson noted, listing corrupt FBI hack Andrew McCabe, disgraced FBI lawyer Lisa Page and FBI flunky Peter Strzok as prime examples.

“All of them lied to the feds, as well,” Carlson said. “That’s a crime. None of them were ever hauled off in leg irons.

“In fact, they’re now at CNN, MSNBC and Georgetown, respectively,” Carlson said.

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