Evidence Suggests Clinton Campaign Weaponized Law Enforcement Agency Against Trump

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Law Enforcement agencies and their Officers should be apolitical, at least as much as they can be while still exercising their constitutional rights. However, weaponizing a Law Enforcement agency against a political candidate is far from appropriate.

While the case is still under investigation, evidence suggests that there was indeed misuse of government agencies by the Clinton campaign.

Specifically, there is evidence that Trump was the victim of data mining and had sensitive information stolen. Additionally, his activities were placed under illegal surveillance.

The latest piece of the scandal to fall into place is that Michael Sussman, former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer, lied to the FBI and made false statements to CIA agents.

Special Counsel John Durham is going after Michael Sussman for the alleged inpropriety:

“In a bombshell court filing late Monday night, Durham for the first time suggested Hillary Clinton’s campaign, her researchers and others formed a ‘joint venture or conspiracy’ for the purpose of weaving the collusion story to harm Trump’s election chances and then the start of his presidency.”

John Soloman

Regardless of where it came from, the now proven fraudulent misinformation about Trump was given to the FBI and CIA to encourage the opening of investigations. This is a disturbing misuse of public resources and Law Enforcement agencies.

What do you think, did the Clinton campaign provide the misinformation to the FBI and CIA? Is Michael Sussman innocent? Should Durham back down? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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