Well, even Musk knew that the plan of the old Clinton is nothing but a hoax…

Elon Musk has weighed in on the Sussmann trial, tweeting on Friday that a 2016 tweet from Hillary Clinton was “misleading disinformation.”

A week before the 2016 election, Clinton notably tweeted:

Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank.”

To which user @veespike asked Musk:

“@elonmusk I have reported this tweet as misleading disinformation to the powers that be at @twitter. I would be interested to know if, when you receive control over the company, anything was done with this at any level. Pls advise soonest.”

“You are absolutely correct,” Musk replied, adding “That tweet is a Clinton campaign hoax for which their campaign lawyer is undergoing a criminal trial.”

Musk then asked Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and top Twitter attorney Vijaya Gadde to weigh in.

”@paraga and @vijaya, what say you?” The CEO wrote.

Musk then got into an argument with a pro-Hillary account, “Tesla Facts” (@truth_tesla), which suggested Elon was lying.

But the richest man in the world slammed the account saying:

“He was pissed off for his donation to Clinton in to the campaign was used for lying.”

“??

Sussmann himself admitted billing Clinton Campaign to pay for him to present Russia hoax to FBI! This is not even questioned by the defense.

Btw, I donated to & voted for Hillary, so am doubly pissed off about those funds being used for lying.”

“I am indeed out for blood,” the Tesla owner replied to a tweet.

According to Fox News, former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook testified in court on Friday that Hillary Clinton approved the spread of allegations that then-candidate Donald Trump had a covert communications channel with a Russian bank, despite campaign officials not being “totally confident” in the rumor.

Under cross-examination, Mook was asked about the campaign’s understanding of the allegations against Trump and whether the campaign planned to release it to the media. Mook was called to the stand by the defense team for former Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann.

He told prosecutor Andrew DeFillippis that he was first briefed by campaign general counsel Marc Elias, who was at the time a partner at Perkins Coie, and that the information came from “people who had expertise in this sort of matter.”

The campaign, according to Mook, was not completely confident in the data’s legitimacy, but hoped to give it to a reporter who could “run it down” to see if it was “accurate” or “substantive.”

He also said he talked to senior campaign officials, including campaign chairman John Podesta, senior policy advisor Jake Sullivan, who is now White House National Security Adviser, and communications director Jennifer Palmieri, about whether to give the information to a reporter. Fox News added.

“I discussed it with Hillary as well,” said Mook, who added, “I don’t remember the substance of the conversation, but notionally, the discussion was, hey, we have this and we want to share it with a reporter.”

When asked how Clinton responded, Mook said: She agreed to that.”

“A reporter could vet the information and then decide to print it,” he added.

Read it here: Foxnews

Sources: Dailywire, Gazette, Businessinsider

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