Buzzfeed should have thought twice before they celebrated the discovery of 60 payments from the Kremlin to its embassies “to finance election campaign of 2016.”
Liberals have been overjoyed that they think they finally have the smoking gun to put Donald Trump away forever because they don’t like him, but the funny thing is that the payments ultimately ended up somewhere that might explain why the Podesta Group (identified as “Company A” in one of Robert Mueller’s indictments) is in such serious trouble.
According to just-unsealed court documents, “Company A” received multiple payments “in amounts varying between $100,000 and $300,000” during the 2016 election, which were then used to promote anti-Trump propaganda. It’s worth noting that Tony Podesta once served as Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager.
Money was also sent to another group, identified as “Company C.” While the identity of Company C, it is speculated among experts in the field that it’s a certain foundation that might rhyme with “Glinton.”
The phony Russia investigation is backfiring because, as always, the Democrats are the ones committing all the crimes.