WikiLeaks: Those 6 Republicans Senators Were Paid Off From Clinton To ‘Destroy Trump’

The Democrats will never confess their crimes but that is not relevant because in fact there are people who will remind them of their mistakes every single day. We know that Hillary Clinton began a new method to destroy the President.

Her new plan engages a few influential Republicans. She can still not get over the embarrassing loss to Donald Trump in the presidential election in 2016.

According to Conservative Daily Post, WikiLeaks reported that Paul Ryan, Carly Fiorina, John Kasich, Jeb Bush, Lindsey Graham, and John McCain are the Republicans Clinton paid off in order to make sure Trump does not win the election, and if he wins, to ruin him. And that’s exactly what they’re doing.

This was confirmed in an email sent from Clinton campaign manager John Podesta to top aide Huma Abedin last July.

In the email, Podesta described how funds were being diverted from Clinton’s campaign to the Super PACS of Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, and John Kasich.

“JB, CF, and JK PACS will be noticeably silent for the rest of the campaign,” the email read. “Each will receive a significant allowance from advertising budget. HRC is in the loop and has talked to all three personally. Eyes only.”

Other emails also showed that the Clinton Foundation bought off several key members of the Republican Party to push the Clinton agenda.

“He is on board, will retract the invitation to speak. Eyes only,” read an email sent just one day before Speaker of the House Paul Ryan withdrew the invitation to Donald Trump to speak at an event in Wisconsin.

According to the other Clinton emails, the money was being forwarded to Republican elected officials in the House and Senate. For instance, FEC reports reveal that John McCain received two huge donations from PACS and private sources earlier in October, following his public bash on Donald Trump.

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