December 8, 2022 1:12 AM

“LOCK HER UP!” Protesters CHANTS at Hillary Clinton As She Arrives in New York City

According to a recent filing by Special Counsel John Durham, Perkins Coie associates linked to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign spied on Donald Trump’s internet activity WHILE HE WAS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Evidence obtained by the Durham investigators also suggests that Hillary Clinton’s campaign hired agents to “infiltrate” Trump Tower and later President Trump’s White House servers in order to link him to the Russian government .

Protesters demanded that Clinton be imprisoned for the crimes she had committed.

Lock her up!” yelled one of the protesters. As soon as Hillary went inside the hotel, another demonstrator said, “Hang her!”

The former Democratic presidential nominee took to Twitter on Wednesday to make her first public comment in response to the Durham federal court petition dated Feb. 11, which Fox News first reported on Saturday.

Days later, Clinton tweeted about potential conflicts of interest representing former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann, who is accused of lying to a federal investigator. Sussmann is innocent.

In September 2016, less than two months before the 2016 presidential election, Sussmann requested a meeting with then-FBI General Counsel James Baker, at which he allegedly presented “alleged data and “white papers” allegedly demonstrating a covert communications channel.” . between Trump and Trump. Organization and Alfa Bank, a Russia-affiliated bank.

This includes a technology executive (Tech Executive 1) at a U.S.-based online firm (Internet Company 1) and the Clinton campaign, according to Durham’s Feb. 11 filing.

“Sussmann’s accounting records show,” Durham said, that he “repeatedly billed the Clinton campaign for his work on the Bank of Russia indictments,” the petition reads.

The “factual background” portion of Durham’s submission, according to Sussmann and his legal team, should be “attacked,” they argue, because it would “contaminate the jury pool.” The court should “strike,” they argue.