Skip to comments.EXCLUSIVE: How Russian lawyer and Soviet spy who met Don Jr schmoozed the Washington elite
Posted on 07/14/2017 10:19:51 AM PDT by ColdOne
Full title............................EXCLUSIVE: How Russian lawyer and Soviet spy who met Don Jr schmoozed the Washington elite with wine and hors d'ouevres days later - and Republican lawmaker's staff sent the invitations.............. Natalia Veselnitskaya held a controversial film party at elite venue the Newseum on Pennsylvania Avenue last summer - just after she met Donald Trump Jr Also there was Rinat Akhmetshin, the ex-Soviet spy who on Friday admitted he was in the meeting too Screening was of The Magnistsky Act - Behind The Scenes, a documentary about the whisteblower who supporters say was murdered to cover up tax fraud Documentary is seen as pro-Putin because it suggests death was natural and the tax fraud never happened Invitations for the private film screening were distributed by the office of congressman Dana Rohrabacher Newseum is devoted to defending and promotion free expression and press freedom; it declined to tell DailyMail.com who hired the venue and for how much
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What about that company Fusion GPX???
She's no babe in the woods.....she's a practiced con artist. Veselnitskaya calculatedly wormed her way into the Trump milieu (through his son) to get the Magnitsky Act on the agenda of the next president of the USA.
She conned her way in ---- dangling a carrot------saying "she had dirt on Hillary."
It's really odd that she would use Hillary as a carrot on a stick-----that she figured there wasn't enough dirt on Hillary----that she had something more damaging than the mountain of dirt out there.
Of interest ping?
This women will never come before congress because she has met with most of congress. She could destroy most of them.
I tire of headlines prefaced with the above mentioned...
Akhmetshin was linked to Fusion GPS and involved in a pro-Russian campaign in 2016 which involved lobbying congressional staffers to undermine the Magnitsky Act. Both Fusion GPS and Akhmetshin were subject of a complaint by United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley for failure to register as foreign agents under the FARA.
Akhmetshin claims he was never an intelligence officer. If he was, it raises questions as to his admission into the US and eventual citizenship. CIA connection? Brennan setup?
RussiaRussiaRussia is a smoke bomb to keep people away from who killed Seth Rich for leaking the DNC e-mails.
Grounds to strip the guy of his US citizenship and send him packing.
Story is confusing. Was Dana R office Involved or not?
Wonder if he invited lawyer to that mcfaul hearing
Russian lobbyist, Natalia Veselnitskaya, held a film screening party at the elite "Newseum" last summer - just after she conned her way into meeting Donald Trump Jr.
"The Magnistsky Act - Behind The Scenes," was screened---- a documentary about the whisteblower who supporters say was murdered to cover up tax fraud---seen as pro-Putin because it suggests death was natural and the tax fraud never happened.
Invitations for the private film screening were distributed by the office of Repub Cong Dana Rohrabacher.
No comment: Newseum declined to say who hired the venue and for how much.
NOTE "Newseum" is devoted to defending and promoting free expression and press freedom.
Set up. How did the NYT’s get Jrs emails? FBI!
I do not know.
Just found this....
Part of the plan is fatigue until the narrative and lies practically become true in the minds of voters and imbecile congress critters. It also runs the clock,impedes MAGA and is the shield for Clinton and Obama.
Midterms are crucial to them and Russia 24/7 is the strategy. The ultimate prize is impeachment hearings or at the very least the talk of them to degrade the Trump Presidency.
The truth is out there and did not die with Seth Rich. The conspiracy and cover up is just as treasonous and criminal.
Rinat Akhmetshin obviously was avtranslator since reports say the lawyer doesn’t speak a bit of English.
No, the name of the translator she brought was Anatoli Samochornov.
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