By Tyler Durden
Back in June we noted a Wall Street Journal story about a longtime Republican operative from Chicago’s North Shore, Peter W. Smith, who apparently set out on a private mission to track down Hillary Clinton’s 30,000 missing emails. Here’s how we described the story at the time:
To summarize the ‘bombshell’, the story is about a long-time Republican opposition researcher, 81-year-old Peter W. Smith, who apparently set out on a mission to find Hillary’s 30,000 emails which the FBI confirmed had gone missing. In his efforts to find those emails, he scoured hacking chat rooms looking for clues and/or hackers that might be able to help him. The WSJ alleges that Smith may or may not have been working with Michael Flynn but, in the end, they found absolutely nothing. To summarize even further, a guy tried to find Hillary’s missing emails and failed…HALT THE PRESSES!
Now, the WSJ is back with an update suggesting that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team is interested in learning more about how/if Michael Flynn may have assisted Peter Smith in his search.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is examining what role, if any, former national security adviser Mike Flynn may have played …read more