by Frank Holmes, reporter
One of President Joe Biden’s many promises was to restore honesty, integrity, and truthfulness to the White House, but now one of his top aides has a huge shadow hanging over his head…and it could lead to a showdown in court.
White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, who has been front-and-center on TV during the Afghanistan debacle, may have committed perjury. Worse yet, he may have lied to Congress itself.
What no one can deny is that Sullivan lied — long, often, and to anyone who would listen — about so-called “Russian collusion.” The details come in Special Counsel John Durham’s 27-page indictment, filed last week. A federal grand jury indicted Michael A. Sussmann… but it looks like he’s not the only one going down.
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Sussmann is a partner in the high-powered Democratic law firm Perkins Coie, the group that Hillary Clinton’s campaign used to pay Christopher Steele to put together his phony “Russian dossier,” with its stories of Trump and prostitutes. But their lies and defamation didn’t end there.
During the 2016 presidential election, the Clinton campaign told the FBI that Trump had set up a secret server inside Trump Tower so he could communicate directly with a Russian bank, the Alfa Bank. The opposition effort was a huge undertaking.
Clinton’s campaign reportedly employed a small army of cyberhackers — many of them with security clearance — to comb the internet.
Michael Sussmann turned over “evidence” of Trump’s “communications” with Alfa Bank to the FBI during the 2016 campaign, and he lied that he was not acting on behalf of “any client.”
Not only did he lie, but he had the FBI undertake fake investigations, wasting their times and resources.
The Durham indictment says, the week before the FBI opened another investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign for Russian collusion, Sussmann’s partner, big-dollar Democratic attorney Marc Elias, “exchanged emails with the Clinton campaign’s foreign policy adviser concerning the Russian bank allegations.” Investigative journalist Paul Sperry wrote that sources confirmed to him the “foreign policy adviser” was Jake Sullivan.
Once Hillary Clinton planted the fake news, she turned around and tweeted the allegation to the whole world—and her entire campaign magnified her lies.
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“This could be the most direct link yet between Donald Trump and Moscow,” Sullivan said at the time.
Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank. pic.twitter.com/8f8n9xMzUU
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 1, 2016
Thankfully, the whole thing blew up in his face: “The FBI’s investigation revealed that the email server at issue was not owned or operated by the Trump Organization but, rather, had been administrated by a mass-marketing email company that sent advertisements for Trump hotels and hundreds of other clients,” Durham wrote.
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They shut down the investigation shortly after Trump’s inauguration, closing the books in February 2017.
But Hillary and her team—including Sullivan—wanted revenge. So, Sullivan kept the charade going after the elections.
When the FBI dropped the investigation in February 2017, Sullivan met with Daniel Jones — from Fusion GPS, the Democrats’ front for dirty tricks — to kick off a fresh frame-up job. On March 28, 2017, Jones met with people at the FBI to give them “new evidence” of Trump-Russia collusion that his people cooked up.
But the FBI closed down that effort, too. And now things are really about to hit the fan for the Clinton tricksters.
Jake Sullivan has a huge problem: He told Congress, under oath, that he had no idea Fusion GPS was even involved in the Clinton smear campaign.
“Marc [Elias] … would occasionally give us updates on the opposition research they were conducting, but I didn’t know what the nature of that effort was – inside effort, outside effort, who was funding it, who was doing it, anything like that,” Sullivan said. That would make Sullivan guilty of perjury. That’s a federal felony that carries a five-year jail sentence—and there’s already a precedent for prosecuting people for that crime, because the Democrats set it. “Though the offense is rarely prosecuted, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller won convictions of two of Trump’s associates on charges of that very offense,” Sperry writes at American Greatness.
“An attorney for Sullivan did not respond to questions, while a spokeswoman for the National Security Council declined comment,” Sperry added.
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Sperry notes that an indictment for a minor crime like the one Sussmann is accused of would usually run one page. This 27-page narrative exists so that Durham can indict, prosecute, and possibly jail many more Democratic stalwarts—possibly even some inside the Biden administration.
Already, at least two of the FBI sources who got burned by Sullivan and Jones’ bogus material are cooperating with the Durham investigation.
“I definitely see more [indictments] to come,” former FBI Assistant Director Christopher Swecker told Sperry.
And Sullivan may one day be seeing the inside of a jail cell.
Frank Holmes is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”