The financing and farming out of the phony "Steele Dossier" was handled by a law firm, Perkins Coie, that was in bed with both the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign as well.
Some of the sources for the dossier included Russian operatives who fed former MI6 agent Christopher Steele unsubstantiated garbage -- like then-civilian Donald Trump having hookers pee on a hotel bed in Moscow once used by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. So really, you could say with credibility that there was 'Russian collusion' during the 2016 presidential campaign, but Trump wasn't engaged in it; Hillary Clinton was.
Now there is new information that Clinton may have worked with a top executive from Google to create the false collusion narrative and, according to The National File, the proof may be in an indictment of a Perkins Coie attorney by special counsel John Durham last week -- an attorney who also used to be a federal prosecutor (because of course):
In the bombshell felony indictment made public this week, Special Prosecutor John Durham alleged that agents of the 2016 Clinton campaign knowingly concocted false allegations that President Donald Trump was receiving secret hi-tech communications from the Kremlin-linked Alfa Bank. The Durham indictment further alleged that Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann intentionally spread that hoax to the FBI, Democrat-friendly media and another undisclosed federal agency under false pretenses.
Moreover, the Durham indictment identifies the mastermind of the operation to create and spread the Alfa Bank Hoax as a Big Tech executive, who allegedly “exploited” privately-held data of several large tech companies to create a false “narrative” about Trump-Russia collusion. This person may be Eric Schmidt, the former Executive Chairman of Alphabet, the parent company of Google.
For years, Trump's enemies have claimed that his 2016 campaign was communicating secretly with Russian-located Alfa Bank via a private server, even though that fake narrative has long been debunked by the very corrupt FBI as well as the investigation by Robert Mueller.
"Proponents still insist that, despite being repeatedly found baseless, federal authorities have simply failed to muster the technical expertise to expose the dastardly Russian plot," The National File adds.
But Durham's indictment noted that those who drafted the analysis detailing the Alfa Bank conspiracy knew that it was garbage but sent it out anyway because the objective was to create the false "narrative" so that a federal probe of Trump would be launched and thus undermine his presidency (which happened).
Not long after Durham's felony indictment of Sussman for making false statements to the FBI went public, his firm, Perkins Coie, noted in a statement: “In light of the Special Counsel’s action today, Michael Sussmann, who has been on leave from the firm, offered his resignation from the firm in order to focus on his legal defense, and the firm accepted it.”
The analysis was allegedly the creation of a Clinton campaign confidant whom the Durham indictment referred to as Tech Executive-1. That person “claimed to have been previously offered a position in government in the event Hillary Clinton won the Presidency” and “exploited his access to non-public data at multiple Internet companies to conduct opposition research concerning Trump … By virtue of his position at Internet Company-1 and other companies, Tech Executive-1 maintained direct or indirect access to, and the ability to provide others access to, large amounts of internet and cybersecurity data, including DNS data," the indictment reads.
According to The National File, "it is unclear who the executive is, but Eric Schmidt seems to fit the description. At the time, he was Executive Chairman of Alphabet Inc, the parent company of Google, and an unofficial advisor to the Clinton campaign."
Does this surprise you? Because it shouldn't; big tech is in bed with the Democrat Party, America's Marxists and the objective is complete control over our society.