Financial Disclosures Lay Bare Pelosi’s Dirty Money Is In Deep With Company Connected To The Russian Hoax
CrowdStrike, the cybersecurity firm famously blamed Russia for hacking the Democratic National Committee and taking its data has gotten some big money from the Pelosi’s. The company also was the only entity to examine the DNC servers.
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The just-released film, based on the book of the same name by Lee Smith, contends the Russian collusion accusations came not from Team Trump's misdeeds but from a cabal of D.C. insiders, known to Trump supporters as the "deep state."
The movie is available now via two streaming outlets linked to from the film's website, and it's expected to be available on Amazon, iTunes, Vimeo and select theaters in the coming days.
The film's central thesis enjoyed a sizable boost in recent months due to newly released documents tied to the Russia collusion narrative.
In May, we learned that the FBI knew as early as January 2017 that it had no credible evidence Trump's campaign colluded with Moscow. The investigation continued for another two-plus years all the same.
More recently, documents suggested Hillary Clinton might have created the "Russian Collusion" narrative to distract from her own e-mail scandal.