George Nader just crawled out of Hillary Clinton’s closet and shattered what remains of the Russia hoax.
Nader was a key part of the alleged conspiracy but it turns out he was bragging about access to Hillary all along.
Nader and his crew funneled millions to Hillary and other Dem organizations and candidates because they thought she would win.
According to the DOJ, Nader was bragging about his access to Hillary for Mideast Princes. To be fair, Nader was trying to get influence in both campaigns but it wasn’t until after Trump won did he send his money network Trump’s way.
They then funneled a million to Trump’s inauguration. The media ran with a conspiracy about foreign influence over Trump via straw donors or other means of financial influence when all along it was Clinton who was doing it.
The actual indictment is quite detailed it seems with more damning information for Hillary. A Yahoo reporter got access to it before the public.
An emissary for two wealthy Arab princes boasted to unnamed officials of a Middle Eastern government about his direct access to Hillary and Bill Clinton while funneling more than $3.5 million in illegal campaign contributions to the former secretary of state’s 2016 presidential campaign and Democratic fundraising committees, according to a federal indictment announced by the Justice Department this week.
“Wonderful meeting with Big Lady. … Can’t wait to tell you all about it,” George Nader allegedly wrote to an official of one of the foreign governments he advises in the Middle East after attending a political fundraiser with Hillary Clinton on April 16, 2016. Nader, a lobbyist, convicted sex offender and key cooperating witness in the Robert Mueller investigation, was brought to the Clinton fundraiser as the guest of Ahmad Khawaja, the founder and CEO of Allied Wallet, a Los Angeles payment-processing company.
Nader would soon be directing millions to Khawaja’s accounts in order to gain entry to similar events without disclosing his involvement or the source of the funds, according to the indictment’s charges.
Even while they illegally funneled cash to Hillary Clinton’s campaign, Nader talked about the need to also cultivate then-candidate Donald Trump, reporting to the unnamed foreign official that he and his co-conspirators were developing a “constructive relationship with both camps,” according to the indictment.
After the election, the indictment alleges, Allied Wallet illegally contributed $1 million to the Trump inauguration for VIP tickets, with Khawaja taking Nader and Rudy Dekermenjian, an attorney for Allied Wallet also charged in the indictment, as his guests…
…On Aug. 23, 2016, Nader allegedly wrote to his Foreign Country A government contact after an event with Clinton: “I just had dinner with my Big Sister and had a very very productive discussion with her.”
Two days before the fundraiser, on Friday, June 24, Nader wrote to an official of Foreign Country A to arrange a meeting in person. Nader said he was “traveling on Sat morning to catch up with our Big Sister and her husband,” referring to the Clintons. “I am seeing him on Sunday and her in Tuesday Sir! Would love to see you tomorrow at your convenience … for your guidance, instruction and blessing!”
On Monday, June 27, another message went out to an official of Foreign Country A: “Meeting with [Bill Clinton] was superb!”
Two days after that, on June 29, Nader messaged another update to Foreign Country A: “Meeting with Big Lady went extremely well.”