Debunked: Hillary Was Tipped Off On (and Tweeted About) Trump Wiretap

Mick West

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From "The Gateway Pundit"

Hillary Was Tipped Off On Trump Wiretap – Tweeted About it One Week Prior to Election

Cristina Laila Mar 5th, 2017 3:57 pm 7 Comments

TGP reported earlier that the first FISA request came right after AG Loretta Lynch met with Bill Clinton on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in June of 2016.

The second FISA request was submitted in October of 2016 just before the election. Hillary Clinton sent out a tweet on October 31st stating that ‘computer scientists have uncovered a covert server linking the Trump organization to a Russian-based server’.

It appears she was tipped off to the wiretapping prior to the election.

The evidence claimed here is the following tweet:


However this does not show ANY kind of inside knowledge at all, in fact it was basically a retweet of a Slate Story that came out that day:

Was a Trump Server Communicating With Russia?

This spring, a group of computer scientists set out to determine whether hackers were interfering with the Trump campaign. They found something they weren’t expecting.

Tea Leaves and his colleagues plotted the data from the logs on a timeline. What it illustrated was suggestive: The conversation between the Trump and Alfa servers appeared to follow the contours of political happenings in the United States. “At election-related moments, the traffic peaked,” according to Camp. There were considerably more DNS lookups, for instance, during the two conventions.
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So she was not tipped off, she was simply reading the news.