“YOU MIGHT LEARN A LOT MORE ON MONDAY”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Nov. 30, 2018) — On Friday night’s “Hannity,” The Hill’s John Solomon and investigative journalist Sara A. Carter discussed “at least six” operatives who reportedly “injected themselves into the Trump organization,” according to Solomon, with the apparent intent of planting information or attempting to offer “a nice deal” to Trump campaign aides.
Two of the operatives, Solomon said, were Russians in the U.S. on special Justice Department visas. In recent interviews, Trump ally and Republican strategist Roger Stone described a Russian criminal who approached Trump New York State campaign manager Michael Caputo and him in Florida to offer derogatory information on Hillary Clinton for a $1 million fee, an offer Stone said he rejected outright.
Solomon hearkened back to a recent appearance on the show by House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes wherein Nunes said that “exculpatory information” was not presented to the FISA court by DOJ and FBI officials when applying for surveillance warrants on Trump adviser Carter Page.
Page was never charged with a crime, but documents presented to the court described him as an agent of a foreign government, namely that of Russia. The evidence provided to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) comprised the now-infamous Russia “dossier,” a political-opposition research product paid for by the Clinton campaign and the DNC but not revealed to the court when requesting the warrants.
Sara Carter characterized those who approached Trump campaign aides on pretexts as “informants.”
She then transitioned to ask the rhetorical question as to whether or not Russians “targeted” Hillary Clinton’s campaign and if so, whether or not the FBI informed the Clinton campaign of it.
Another item discussed not in the news lately is the “Uranium One” agreement by which undercover FBI informant William Campbell reported early this year was rife with corruption on Russia’s part but proceeded anyway despite his warnings to DOJ and FBI officials.
Hannity said later in the show that the Uranium One agreement “gave millions and millions” to the Clinton Foundation, which is allegedly a global charity. Some suspect that Hillary Clinton made quid quo pro agreements with foreign nations to benefit the foundation while she served as Obama’s secretary of state.
After Hannity suggested that “something’s percolating,” Solomon made a striking revelation:
Just two hours ago, federal prosecutors assigned to John Huber, the U.S. attorney investigating the Clintons, reached out to a whistlebower in the Clinton Foundation — the first time we’ve seen contact between a Clinton Foundation whistleblower and that particular federal office — that just happened tonight.
When Hannity asked if the whistleblower were “the one who is homeless,” Solomon said, “No…you might learn a lot more on Monday.”
Hannity responded that Monday will bring “a coming attraction.”
Sara Carter agreed that there is “a lot to look forward to on Monday.”
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.