Clinton Already Convicting Trump Team of Russian Collusion

Hillary Clinton is the proverbial pot calling the kettle black. She is not waiting for any hard evidence or the report of the special counsel investigating the accusations of Russian meddling in the 2016 elections. In a recent interview, she stated that she is convinced of their guilt.

This is the same type of conviction that can destroy the life and career of an innocent party. I’ve seen happen more than once when a public figure comes out and declares someone’s guilty without any evidence. This happened in Ferguson, Missouri and it destroyed the career of for police office Darren Wilson. A grand jury and federal investigation both fully exonerated Wilson of doing anything wrong in the death of Michael Brown, but black activist leaders including Sharpton, publicly declared that Wilson was guilty of murder.

Never mind the special counsel probe – Hillary Clinton apparently already knows ‘what happened.’

The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee told USA Today in a new interview that she’s “convinced” then-candidate Donald Trump’s associates coordinated with Russia to help the foreign government meddle in the U.S. election.

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She spoke with the newspaper from her Chappaqua, N.Y., home, as part of the promotion for her new book “What Happened,” which hit the shelves Tuesday…

Clinton should be careful that her accusation against the Trump team doesn’t come around to bite her in the butt. There is already a growing amount of evidence that links Democrats to the Russian attorney that met with Donald Trump Jr., under bogus pretenses. Democrats were also involved with the firm that produced the fake dossier on Donald Trump was used to smear him. It was also Democrats that allowed the Russian attorney into the US and to stay beyond her original given time period.

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