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Did Obama DNI James Clapper Commit Perjury on Monday?

On Monday former Obama era Director of National Intelligence (DNI) James Clapper appeared in a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee alongside former Justice Department official Sally Yates. Yates was infamously fired after refusing to comply with a wholly LEGAL executive order issued by the President, in what was a nakedly political move by Yates to please her liberal masters in the Democrat Party.

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Yates told the Senate that she had advised the administration to avoid Michael Flynn because he could become a security risk, and both Clapper and Yates admitted that they had seen the unmasked names of Trump and many of the Trump team officials in the days leading up to the election (and then the Inauguration).

However, the most important moment may have come when former DNI Clapper admitted that there was still NO EVIDENCE that there was ever any collusion between Russia and the Trump team.

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President Trump’s ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn took more hits at a Senate hearing Monday where former top Justice official Sally Yates testified she warned the Trump White House that Flynn could “essentially be blackmailed” by Moscow for having misled the VP about his Russia contacts. 

At the same hearing, testimony from another Obama official also challenged persistent allegations from some of the Trump administration’s fiercest critics about ‘collusion’ with Russia during the 2016 campaign.

James Clapper, who served as director of national intelligence during the Obama administration, stood by past assertions that he had no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. Asked by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., whether that assessment is still accurate, Clapper said: “It is.”

Clapper admitted he also was not initially aware of the FBI’s counterintelligence probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. But he said if there was any evidence of collusion, it “didn’t reach the evidentiary bar” needed for an intelligence assessment issued earlier this year. Clapper, further, reiterated that his team could not corroborate the contents of an infamous anti-Trump dossier that was shared with officials earlier this year.

Over at ZeroHedge they have more coverage of the many reasons we should not trust anything that Sally Yates has to say.

President Trump agrees:

However, what may prove to be the most important moment of the hearings took place when DNI Clapper asserted that only the Democrats had been subject to hacking from outside forces.

That is simply untrue. While the Democrats were the ones most hurt by the information hacked, the GOP was most certainly attacked by online opponents.

Almost immediately after Clapper made his fallacious assertion, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange jumped on the comments and proved that Clapper was either accidentally wrong, or purposely committing perjury.

Will Clapper be forced to explain his comments or will he be let go with just a “slap on the wrist” like so many other Obama era liars?

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