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Democrats Lawsuit Alleges Conspiracy Between Trump’s Campaign, Russia, Wikileaks to Disrupt 2016 Election

Democrats Lawsuit Alleges Conspiracy Between Trump’s Campaign, Russia, Wikileaks to Disrupt 2016 Election

Desperation is NOT a good look.

The Democrats reek of desperation. Have you stopped laughing? I haven’t, but I’ll continue. Yes, the Democrat National Committee (DNC) has filed a lawsuit that alleges President Donald Trump’s campaign, Russia, and Wikileaks conspired to disrupt the 2016 election.

As Dr. Jacobson said, “The 66-page Complaint is nothing more than a 66-page fundraising letter.” From The Washington Post:

The complaint, filed in federal district court in Manhattan, alleges that top Trump campaign officials conspired with the Russian government and its military spy agency to hurt Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and help Trump by hacking the computer networks of the Democratic Party and disseminating stolen material found there.

“During the 2016 presidential campaign, Russia launched an all-out assault on our democracy, and it found a willing and active partner in Donald Trump’s campaign,” DNC Chairman Tom Perez said in a statement.

“This constituted an act of unprecedented treachery: the campaign of a nominee for President of the United States in league with a hostile foreign power to bolster its own chance to win the presidency,” he said.

The DNC wants “millions of dollars in compensation to offset damage it claims the party suffered from the hacks.” Wikileaks published tons of emails from the DNC in the summer of 2016 right before the convention. The documents showed collusion WITHIN THE DEMOCRAT PARTY to prop up failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

Democrats insist that Russia does not have the sovereign immunity many countries have “because the hack constituted a trespass on the party’s private property. The lawsuit alleges that “Russia engaged in a ‘brazen attack on U.S. soil.” WaPo continued:

“Rather than report these repeated messages and communications that Russia intended to interfere in the U.S. election, the Trump campaign and its agents gleefully welcomed Russia’s help,” the party argues

Ultimately, Trump’s associates entered into an agreement with Russian agents “to promote Donald Trump’s candidacy through illegal means,” the suit concludes.

The DNC did not name Trump, put aimed it at associates like Donald Trump, Jr., Jared Kushner, former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, and Manafort’s deputy Rick Gates.

Longtime Trump confidante Roger Stone is also named. He said previously that he had contact with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange during the campaign. He has gone on to say that people exaggerated his remarks.

DYING FROM LAUGHING. But honestly is anyone shocked the DNC has done this? In an almost one year investigation, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has not revealed anything that hints as collusion between Russia and Trump. The charges that have come out have nothing to do with the campaign let alone Russia collusion!

The Republican-led House of Intelligence Committee found no evidence of collusion. Of course the Democrats rejected their findings, but as far as I know, they have not produced anything to prove their case.

Then the memos from former FBI Director James Comey showed no evidence of collusion or obstruction of justice. A lot of people talked about a “cloud” that Trump wanted to get rid of, but the memos showed that cloud referenced the allegations in the dossier.

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“all-out assault on our democracy”

Didn’t the DNC subvert the nominating process against Sanders? For starters.

Guess that doesn’t count.

Imagine if Clinton had won.

    It happened to Clinton, when there was a preference for Obama. Clinton probably thought, rightly, that her “color” was next in line.

      In the Identity Politics Game, I think it was Hillary’s chromosome count rather than her color that put her next in line.

      “Don’t you want to see a female as the next president of the United States?” – H. Clinton

      notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to n.n. | April 20, 2018 at 7:29 pm

      Yes, the rabid Obama idolators stole the 2008 DNC primary from Hillary. That was a real “conspiracy” but the globalist mobsters bankrolled and approved of stealing from the Clintons.

      RE: “Desperation is NOT a good look.” But that’s the only thing Democrats and Leftists look good in.

    Followed, presumably, by the Jew. The left’s order of diversity.

      guyjones in reply to n.n. | April 21, 2018 at 3:04 am

      You are delusional if you actually believe that Jews are held in high regard by contemporary Dumb-o-crats, who are consistently pissing all over Israel and making common cause with Leftist anti-Semites who think that “Zionism is apartheid,” and, who are also repeatedly whitewashing and praising the ideology of Islamic National Socialism as one that is allegedly benevolent and laudable.

      In the Dumbs’ identity politics hierarchy, a black, Muslim, “transgender” woman who is “transitioning” will come miles before an American Jew.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to oldschooltwentysix. | April 20, 2018 at 9:09 pm

    I was a democrat for a very long time, but the party started making so many really bad choices that I dumped them and voted for Trump. Yes, he has a few warts, but the same is true for most politicians.

    Every time I saw Hillary, I envisioned her with a broom stuck between her legs, no, she did not have a smile on her face, another catastrophic blunder by Dems.

    Hillary is going down in history as a sorehead loser. Every one of here mistakes were someone else’s fault, and now I understand where her mindset came from. Even the the DNC does not understand their mistakes.

    I expected, wanted Trump’s election to disrupt business as usual for both parties.

    I was clueless about how Dems would enter such a self destructive phase, meaning I will most certainly vote for anyone except Dems in upcoming elections. I never dreamed that a whole political party could regress to tween like mentality.

    If klinton had won, this blog would no longer legally exist.

    Lock her up Sessions, you boehner-like traitor.

I am struck by how many of these defendants cannot be brought before the court. For example Mr. Assange is not servable. The Russian Federation is immune by Federal statutue. This wreaks of a publicity stunt

    dystopia in reply to counsel. | April 20, 2018 at 5:27 pm

    I’m sure the Russian Federation will be real cooperative with Discovery Demands. If DOJ won’t give documents to Congress, why would the Defendants fare any better?

    This is what happens when you give people like Tom Perez and Keith Ellision positions of responsibility.

    4fun in reply to counsel. | April 20, 2018 at 9:01 pm

    Vald should offer testimony that he was in cahoots with the dnc, hildabeast and comey to rig the election for the beastiebabe. That would be a hoot.

Suppose any defendant in the US is standing after mtd, does this mean someone besides Crowdstrike will get access to the forensic evidence??? 🙂

Next, their lawsuit against the sun for being too hot.

Trying to dig themselves out of a hole.

Sweet!

    oldgoat36 in reply to Exiliado. | April 20, 2018 at 10:15 pm

    I don’t know, they have the Russian non-collusion collusion, the take away the people’s tax cuts, the jobs numbers collapsing because of it, the Hate Trump movement, BLM, Antifa fascists, gun confiscation under the nefarious gun control movement, Hogg the camera lets have the kids take off from school free to protest guns while they are just looking to get out of school… it’s a rich field of “values” they are working with.

The complaint make references to our “democracy.”

Pssst. Don’t tell them. Let ’em wallow in their stupidity, unaware that our form of government is that of a republic, not a democracy. The Framers made that clear in the text of the Constitution (Art. VI, sec. 4); further clarified in the Federalist Papers.

Oops, guess someone finally looked at the bank accounts and realized that no one is giving them money anymore.

    stevewhitemd in reply to Gremlin1974. | April 20, 2018 at 3:45 pm

    Actually, a number of Dem challengers are rolling in cash right now. That may be part of the reason why the DNC is doing this, to keep their base agitated.

Any chance the Dems can be racked over the coals in the discovery phase.

So trying to replace the executive and legislative branches with some friendly judges doesn’t point to a constitutional crisis? This was filed by the DNC not the PTA, it’s not being taken seriously enough.

Next steps:

Demand that they produce evidence.
Oppose any attempt to keep it a secret.
Try to expedite the case through the courts.
Publicize, publicize, never stop talking about it.
It’s also a good time to re-visit Hillary’s server, Carlos Danger’s laptop, and the Awan brothers scandal. There’s a clear pattern of cyber-negligence.

stevewhitemd | April 20, 2018 at 3:44 pm

The question (and death is not an answer:

Who is more desperate today, the DNC or the swastika-kite flying Hamas?

    JusticeDelivered in reply to stevewhitemd. | April 21, 2018 at 10:09 am

    Where Palestinians are concerned, death is probably the only cure for what ails them.

    As bad as Dems have become, they are not yet reproducing solely to send their children off to be martyrs.

And by the way, McCabe is planning to sue for defamation and wrongful termination.
Good time to invest in popcorn too.

    oldgoat36 in reply to Exiliado. | April 20, 2018 at 10:19 pm

    Slam dunk case. hahahaha. This is why he needs to prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. They paint him as a family man, well, crooks are sometimes family men too, that doesn’t mean they should get off.

    If Trump has any compassion for these crooks he needs to set it aside. Every single one of them needs to be prosecuted for the good of the country as well as to shut down these stupid suits.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to Exiliado. | April 21, 2018 at 10:41 am

    Some years ago I was talking to a J & J attorney about some legislation, I mentioned that when negotiating a settlement, and I had the adversary boxed in (I am not an attorney), I sent the adversary a settlement offer with a personal sized tube of KY taped to the top. He was quite excited, exclaiming that’s our product.
    Perhaps people should start sending McCabe Ky, or better yet the cheap stuff, because he is going to need large amounts of it.

… the campaign of a nominee for President of the United States in league with a hostile foreign power to bolster its own chance to win the presidency,” he said.

Well, if they had a hot mic moment of Trump telling one of those Russkies that he’d be more “flexible” after conning his way into office, maybe they’d have something. But as usual, the D’rats accuse their opponents of crimes that only D’rats actually commit.

ahad haamoratsim | April 20, 2018 at 3:53 pm

I can’t wait to see the defendants’ discovery requests.

Yes to both the commenters above who point out that this might make the DNC server, which it refused to permit the FBI to examine, open to discovery by defendants. Did the DNC think this through? Maybe it expects to be laughed out of court and this is merely for fundraising.

    CKYoung in reply to tarheelkate. | April 20, 2018 at 5:19 pm

    I’ll bet those servers have been scrubbed clean, re-imaged with evidence of collusion inserted (the original guccifer 2.0 document was faked, they have since learned to forge harder) and all Seth Rich log-in/log-off/duration/activity timelines completely re-worked. In any case, the chain of evidence on those servers is non-existent, making them useless in any legal proceeding. This is a means to get the fake narrative into the fake news, to agitate their base and sway the low-information voters.

OleDirtyBarrister | April 20, 2018 at 4:05 pm

The Demwits forget that if a complaint survives the early motions phase, discovery in litigation works both ways. So do pleadings, in the form of counterclaims, impleading, and cross-claims.

POTUS Donald Trump appears to be an indispensable party.

Why shouldn’t Bernie Sanders be a party so he can conduct some discovery against the DNC for its collusion and conspiracy against him?

The trespass to chattel claims will fall quickly because they are pre-empted by the trade secrets acts, the computer systems protections acts, and the copyright act. They will have to identify chattel other than the personal property protected by the aforementioned acts for the trespass to chattel claim to be viable. Further, the conspiracy to commit trespass to chattel claim appear to be highly specious. Generally, an alleged civil conspiracy is not a ground for a separate cause of action. Rather, it is simply a facet of pleading a substantive tort to explain the breadth, scope, and the parties involved to set up discovery and indicate who is or may responsible.

    Counterclaims!

    How about one for provoking violence and blaming it on the Repubs?

    Abuse of process, for cobbling together that stinking dossier, and using the FBI to shop it? I submit that losing the elections qualifies as a termination favorable to the defendants. Then there’s fraud practiced before the FISA court.

The DNC is simply demonstrating:
1) How utterly stupid they think their base is.
2) Their contempt for their stupid base, especially the one’s who will give them money based on an utterly stupid complaint.

Calling them desperate is way too kind.

    oldgoat36 in reply to TX-rifraph. | April 20, 2018 at 10:22 pm

    I read a number of things their base write and rant about. Yes, they are that ignorant, sadly, many are not stupid, they play that way for the sake of staying in lockstep with the party.

    While I get frustrated with the Republicans for lacking cohesion, I would never want them to be as the Democrats are, mindless drones who will follow their sports team political party right over the cliff.

I think they might be hoping for a progressive judge and jury to hand them a PR victory. The media will play it up big, then ignore it when it’s overturned on appeal.

ugottabekiddinme | April 20, 2018 at 4:52 pm

I’m so old, I remember learning in law school about the judicial doctrine such that a case raising nothing but “political” questions was not justiciable and would be dismissed.

    Yes, you do have to be kidding to drag that in. This case is completely justiciable (or rather it would be, if there were a case). No political questions are being raised here.

They are suing Wickileaks also .They better watch, Assange may drop his proof on them that the Russians did not hack The DNC or Podesta . and that would b a supreme hoist on a large petard.

The commie party is flailing. Often happens when one is in the throes of death.

The silver lining to this hilarity is that we could finally get a look at the hacked servers that the DNC has refused to let anyone examine. I think this lawsuit should go forward, submitting a subpoena immediately for those servers so we can all know who hacked them.

Mmmmm. Correct me if I am wrong, but didn’t the whole email fiasco start by John Podesta clicking on a phishing link? If they had wanted to keep their emails secret, they should not have sent them to an idiot who used password as his password.

    oldgoat36 in reply to Stan25. | April 20, 2018 at 10:27 pm

    That was only the follow up leaks of his personal emails. The DNC leaked emails came from an inside download, who conveniently was killed in a robbery gone wrong, where nothing was stolen.

    If you look at Assange’s statements on it, he states many times that it was an inside job, and alludes to the murder. In this, I trust Assange’s word over the DNC, who refused the FBI to look at their servers. The Russian collusion story started with Hillary shortly after the dossier was produced. The timing shows what really went on, and where the fairy tales were made.

regulus arcturus | April 20, 2018 at 5:58 pm

DNC is in serious backfire-danger-zone here: discovery does not help them or their case, and may even expose their criminality.

Didn’t Alger Hiss sue Whittaker Chambers? Kinda like that…

This suit reminds me of the stunt DeBlasio suing Exxon pulled after Trump pulled out of the Paris Climate Change accord. This suit stems from the morning after election night. Do you recall John Podesta addressing the press because Hillary was too shaken by the defeat? Shaken my butt, she was hung over.

He and Robbie Mook conjured up the collusion scheme because they had NO explanation to provide on how a candidate who was ahead in the polls by double digits lost and as her campaign managers, how in the world did they spend $1.3B and lost. They are terribly afraid of their donors, the Clintons are super toxic and the DNC is busted out.

    DaveGinOly in reply to Ghostrider. | April 20, 2018 at 6:56 pm

    This is fully as stupid as suing big oil for “climate change.” A court is the last place where you want to conduct political theater because your opponent 1.) has discovery; and 2.) gets to enter his own evidence against your claims. These are the last two things the DNC and the chicken-littles of climate change should want, but they’re asking for them. Stupid, stupid, stupid.

I seriously wonder if this ‘blue wave’ isn’t just another “Hillary is certain to win” propaganda exercise pushed by the media/academia/Hollywood/#Resist/Anti-2A/SocialJusticeWarrior/Femi-nazi crowd. They seem completely immune to any information from outside their righteous & sanctimonious bubble. Yet as reality diverges from their fantasies, they respond with silly lawsuits!
The IG Report on how DOJ/FBI handled Hillary has every indication of being epic.

This fundraising stunt is hilarious. It’s like the Democrats are so upset the Mueller has found zilch, they are going to kick him to the curb and take over the Russia Russia RUSSIA! investigation.

Remember, every dollar they spend on this fiasco is a dollar they don’t have to promote candidates.

Wikileaks says discovery will be fun.

And by the way, suing Assange is exponential stupidity. Ol Julian may be able to claim this lawsuit was the sole reason he was forced to name his source of the DNC emails. “The courts made me disclose Seth Rich as the DNC leaker. I really wanted to protect my source, but judges …”.

    regulus arcturus in reply to Redneck Law. | April 20, 2018 at 8:54 pm

    Bingo.

    This gives Trump the perfect out to pardon Assange, and also gives Assange the perfect opportunity to ask for it, and expose DNC criminality in the process.

    Really stupid move by DNC. Chapter 11 awaits, along with jail time for principals for criminal fraud. 🙂

From your story – The DNC wants “millions of dollars in compensation to offset damage it claims the party suffered from the hacks.”

Of course they want millions, their fund raising isn’t going well so without getting enough of Other People’s Money, they needed to find a new way to fund raise.
And seeing as how they own most of the ambulance chasers…..

Federal rules of procedure suggest a danger here, too.

In Texas, and several other states, a plaintiff has complete control of their lawsuit (up to certain points in the litigation). The plaintiff can simply give notice to the court of their decision to non-suit without prejudice and the court is powerless to do anything. The matter is over, and can be raised again another day in a new lawsuit.

Federal rules are a lot more “sticky”. A plaintiff has to either obtain the agreement of all other parties, or permission of the court to voluntarily dismiss AFTER an answer or motion for summary judgment is filed by the defendant.

This does not consider the instance of a counter-claim, which always survives a voluntary dismissal of the original controversy (unless everybody agrees to take their marbles and go home).

I cannot imagine any competent lawyer suggesting this was a good idea. It has “punching the tar-baby” all over it.

Prosecute all the parties involved in this conspiracy. Sometimes you have no choice but to punch the loudmouth in the chops. They don’t believe they will ever have to answer for their crimes and unethical actions. They need to pay with jail time and heavy legal fees. This country is being torn apart by their actions, the only place to begin to heal the rift is in the court room with them on center stage.

Their legal cases fall apart if they are convicted of crimes. It will also shut the lunatic lefts up. Even the media would have a hard time selling this as anything but what it is.

one would think the democrats would learn by now there can be unintended consequences from the things they do, this law suit should be a dilly. with this one and the others against the oil companies the rest year should be fun.

Henry Hawkins | April 20, 2018 at 11:32 pm

This law suit would not get filed unless the DNC believed nothing politically useful will come from the Mueller investigation.

anybody else see articles of impeachment here? pity the campaign republicans are so feckless.

If anyone should sue, it’s Bernie Sanders……

I’m sure I read somewhere that frivolous litigation is illegal. Lawyers filing such lawsuits usually are deemed incompetent for the remainder of their careers.

If you are interested, the complaint is available over at PowerLine NOT IN SCRIBD. I could only read the first 6-8 pages in Scribd. Apparently, they expect me to pay to see publicly available documents – in a format that is not as user friendly as provided directly by this browser (Chrome on an iPad). Sorry, but Scribd sucks.

The last time a DemocRAT was prosecuted was for ABSCAM

do the democrats realize how much fun wikileaks, assage, and the Russians could have with this lawsuit. what would the democrats do if they admitted to influencing the election, not for Trump but for Hillary? how about collusion in the uranium deal. have a lot of popcorn ready, the democrats are about to hoisted with their own petard.

Psychological projection wasn’t enough? Now we have to have legal projection too??

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