by Tyler Durden
Yesterday, in the latest indication that few things involving Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign are left to chance, we reported that Brennan Leach, a child actor and daughter of a PA Democratic Senator, was used to ask staged questions at a recent Hillary town hall. And while there has been some unconfirmed speculation that the Democratic presidential candidate may have colluded with Lester Holt during her first presidential debate, we now have further proof that “preparation” for Hillary means being fully informed of what is about to take place well ahead of time.
According to a leaked memo obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, the Clinton campaign was sent all questions one week…before the interview between Clinton and Harvey on Feb. 17. The memo was sent by campaign spokeswoman Karen Finney, formerly an MSNBC host, and communications staffer Betsaida Alcantara. In it the Clinton aides wrote one week before the taping that “Steve is known to be a host who goes out of his way to make his guests feel comfortable. We coordinated closely with the show’s producers on the script and format of the show.”
The memo was attached to an email posted on the website DCLeaks.com. According to the Free Beacon, one of the individuals behind the website – which has been alleged of working with the Russian government – provided the website with a password to access that email and others sent to and from Clinton volunteer Beanca Nicholson, who was doing advance work for a campaign swing through Chicago that included the Harvey interview.
Posted on October 6, 2016 by Boulderdash