Wikileaks reveals proof of Hillary Clinton’s collusion with foreign governments – so where’s the media outrage?

Hillary Clinton collusion

The Democratic party and the mainstream media will not admit it, but Hillary Clinton’s election loss was directly tied to her lack of honesty. Blue states flipped to Trump last November because even Democrats were uncomfortable with Hillary’s lack of transparency and dishonesty. Most notably, Clinton has had questionable contacts with foreign governments, including Russia and China.

It seems hypocritical, then, for the media to now accuse the President of collusion with Russia with very little evidence. Their “smoking gun” was the revelation of a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya. The media portrayed it as proof of collusion with Russia, even though Veselnitskaya has said she has no connection with the Kremlin.

For years, however, the media has looked the other way as Hillary Clinton has had multiple questionable contacts with foreign governments. That includes the sale of uranium to Russia after the Kremlin made a sizable donation to the Clinton Foundation.

This morning, Wikileaks tweeted out a chart compiled by a popular Russian hacking site which connected the dots between Clinton and foreign government officials.

This tweet comes after Wikileaks found that Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Russian lawyer Donald Trump Jr. is accused of colluding with, was at a Congressional hearing with Obama’s ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul. It raised serious questions as to where Veselnitskaya’s true loyalties lie.

Wikileaks had previously exposed collusion between the Clinton campaign and China during the election. All without coverage from the mainstream media.

That tweet was followed up with this evidence.

Why then, does the media focus on Donald Trump Jr. meeting with a Russian lawyer under a completely different premise, while direct contact between Clinton and Chinese officials receives little coverage?

The answer is as simple as the letters D and R.





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