The DML website team does not like to indulge into conspiracy theories, but recent revelations regarding Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer in June 2016 seem to point to very inquisitive suspicions.
For starters, Don Jr.’s interview on Hannity seems to indicate the meeting was just a complete waste of time. Jared Kushner left after ten minutes, and Paul Manafort barely held interest and even started jerking around on his phone. The meeting produced nothing, and Don Jr. emphasized that if he could do it over, he would not have given Natalia Veselnitskaya the time of day again.
So while this new interview begins to prove the MSM-pushed narrative is looking to be a giant “nothing” yet again, there are deeper lying roots in the story that raise actual concerning suspicions.
One giant glaring suspicion: Veselnitskaya was not supposed to be in the U.S. during the timing of the meeting. Reportedly, her visa to be in the U.S. was up in early 2016. How she was granted access to stay longer remains a mystery. Due note that this occurred under former president Obama’s watch, which means his department was responsible for Veselnitskaya’s unanticipated extended stay.
The second glaring suspicion: It was reported on Hannity Tuesday night that the Russian lawyer actually had connections to leftist organization Planned Parenthood. Who else holds a grandiose connection to Planned Parenthood? Their new t-shirt promoter, Hillary Clinton.
“This Russian lawyer is connected to Fusion GPS which is the opposition research firm that produced the discredited Christopher Steele dossier on Donald Trump. And by the way, as The New York Post has reported, Fusion GPS has several ties to the Democrats, including Clinton allies, and even Planned Parenthood.”
The third giant glaring suspicion: Screenshots from videos show Veselnitskaya appearing in a congressional hearing with Obama’s ambassador to Russia a mere five days after her meeting with Don Jr. Why? Literally no one knows, and there is currently no explanation. According to Veselnitskaya herself, she has not been in practice since 2002 and is not connected to the Kremlin. Then why is she pictured in a congressional hearing room?
These glaring suspicions start to pinpoint to an interestingly connected web of “what the hell is going on” moments. Not to mention, we’re still unsure of how The New York Times got their hands on this story in the first place.
So we ask you as avid readers and observers of media and politics: do you think this new Russian narrative was a concocted plan? Potentially by the Obama administration, or the Clinton campaign, or even both?
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