MSM Refuses to Cover Sussmann Trial

2022 May 21
by bc3b

The MSM refuses to cover the Sussmann trial to protect the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton.

On Friday Hillary Clinton’s 2o16 presidential campaign manager Robby Mook admitted under cross-examination that – with Hillary’s approval – the Clinton campaign agreed to release a story it couldn’t verify – and likely knew was untrue – to the media that the Trump campaign was in collusion with Russia’s Alfa Bank and the Russian government.

The result:

  • Five years of attacks on Donald Trump by the left and the media (how’s that for redundancy?)
  • The US government wasting more than $35-million yo investigate a false narrative
  • The false narrative tying Trump to Russia likely affected the results of the 2018 and 2020 elections

Mook’s admission was one of the most explosive stories of the year, yet it went totally unreported by ABC, CBS,  NBC and MSNBC. The five networks devoted ZERO minutes to the story.

Some of the mainstream media organizations that were obsessed with the Russiagate scandal have suddenly decided a trial at the center of the investigation’s origins isn’t worth covering.

The trial of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann began May 16, as Special Counsel John Durham’s years-long investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia probe finally landed in court, but anyone who relies on ABC, NBC, CBS or MSNBC would have no idea.

Since May 15, the eve of the trial, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News and MSNBC all ignored the trial on air through Thursday evening, according to a search of transcripts.

CNN spent less than 10 minutes covering the trial from May 15 through Thursday, and didn’t mention it on air at all on Wednesday or Thursday as testimony intensified. None of CNN’s coverage has come during primetime.

Sussmann has been charged with making a false statement to the FBI when he told former FBI General Counsel James Baker in September 2016, less than two months before the presidential election, that he was not doing work “for any client” when he requested and attended a meeting where he presented “purported data and ‘white papers’ that allegedly demonstrated a covert communicates channel” between the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank, which has ties to the Kremlin.

Hat tip: Fox News. Video

Robby Mook - Wikipedia
Robby Mook (1979-2022). His upcoming accident will be a real tragedy.
16 Responses leave one →
  1. 2022 May 21 3:01 pm
    bc3b permalink

    So, how will Robby Mook’s demise come about?

    * Plane crash
    * Vehicle accident
    * Accidental drowning in 18 inches of water
    * Arkanicide via hanging
    * Arkanicide via five self inflicted bullets to the back of the head
    * Any other ideas?

  2. 2022 May 21 5:53 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    May I suggest….

    * Death in the shower because of a concussion.

    Its one of the top causes of trauma in the home. Whether Hillary pushed him will be in doubt of course. 🙂

  3. 2022 May 21 6:15 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    This will dampen down tensions …
    US Drawing Up Plans To Sink Russia’s Black Sea Fleet: Ukrainian Official
    Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs adviser Anton Gerashchenko tweeted (and later deleted), “The US is preparing a plan to destroy the [Russian] Black Sea Fleet. The effective work of the Ukrainians on [Russian] warships convinced [the US] to prepare a plan to unblock the [Ukrainian] ports. Deliveries of powerful anti-ship weapons are being discussed.”

    the State Department did not deny it was working on a plan to take out the Russian fleet. … However, the Department of Defense issued a sharp denial

  4. 2022 May 21 6:22 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Seen online: “I bet Robby Mook is feeling awfully despondent right about now.
    Probably considering an amble along Fort Marcy Park pathways to lighten his mood a little.”


  5. 2022 May 22 5:14 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Well Jeez. How about being a little bit subtle there UA. You don’t telegraph intents even if you are capable. Do that to the Poles and they might bitch slap you a time or two.

    I have read a couple of pieces that the US/UN/GB were considering convoy duty to escort grain shipments to avoid famine. But I don’t know if it does any good, at best it is a delay. They will be able to ship out last year’s grain harvest. But UA has already missed the spring planting season so there will not be a harvest this fall.

  6. 2022 May 22 5:20 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Have we learned nothing? — — If you think you have come down with something; isolate yourself, seek treatment, get over it, then get on with your life. But take some responsibility.

  7. 2022 May 22 5:25 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Feel good story of the Day — — I think I would like to stay on Mr. Cassoday good side.

  8. 2022 May 22 5:33 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Now the war is getting serious — — That would tick off the Kaiser.

  9. 2022 May 22 5:46 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Put down the mask, and live your life — — Dr. Malone on Monkeypox.

    A low transmissible, low mortality rate, low Ro of a virus strain related to smallpox.

  10. 2022 May 22 5:55 am
    bc3b permalink

    Is Monkeypox AIDS II?

    Had we spent as much on cancer as we spent on AIDS, we wouldn’t need St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

  11. 2022 May 22 6:08 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Probably so. It does amaze me that we don’t take a different approach to disease research. Right now thanks to politics we apply a shotgun approach based on the grant process involved. It would seem more logical to identify the 5 top malfunctions associated with health based on the likelyhood of eradicating them. Type II diabetes for example. It is really not cured as individuals that have it still have life altering problems with it. Yet Canadian researchers think they have a solution but can’t get funding because society at large think the issue is ‘solved’ taking insulin.

  12. 2022 May 22 6:11 am
    bc3b permalink

    Another Brandon “success?”

    The stock market now is negative since Brandon became president:

  13. 2022 May 22 12:06 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    JPOW actually kinda screwed Biden over. He got way behind the curve and now he has to slam the economy into the gutter to try to catch up.

    and the 1.9 trillion in unneeded stimmy didn’t help much either, which was biden’s own doing.

  14. 2022 May 22 7:58 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Some things are OK for the Woke.
    Some things are not OK for the Woke.
    I just want to understand the rules here.
    Asking gay men to stop having unprotected sex: out of the question
    Asking all of society to avoid human interaction for years, demanding children not attend school, & then demanding forced permanent face covering: basic public health

    And, on MonkeyPox:
    “Pride festival in Gran Canaria – which was attended by 80,000 people – is linked to Spanish monkeypox outbreak as well as two cases in Italy while European total reaches 100.
    The development came after it emerged Spanish authorities are also investigating confirmed cases of monkeypox that have been linked to a ‘sauna’ – which in Spain is used to describe establishments popular with gay men looking for sex rather than just a bathhouse.
    As more monkeypox cases emerge daily across the globe, the World Health Organization (WHO) is seeking to understand the role that sexual contact may play in its spread, according to a senior WHO adviser.”
    Well, you can’t ask gay people to take precautions, now can you?

  15. 2022 May 22 8:27 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Finland successfully detaches from RU nat-gas.
    They have almost no gas usage for heating and cooking in residences. They burn wood pellets in large part for electricity generation.
    They have a brand new undersea pipeline connected to Estonia. Estonia has large natgas storage areas which can accept both RU natgas and LNG delivered on ships.

    Neither Germany nor Italy have such an easy path to energy freedom. France has switched away from RU fossil fuels (I assume they are now hooked into Middle East suppliers).
    Pretty much all the EU is franticly trying to get off RU energy but it can take 18 mo to a couple years to build an LNG facility, plus LNG is multiple times more expensive.
    Plenty of countries have the pipelines terminate mid-country not at a port. So any LNG receiving facility would need more piping to connect to existing infrastructures.

  16. 2022 May 23 11:53 am
    bc3b permalink

    State Farm – another brand to add to your boycott list:

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