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Suspicious Video of Jeff Sessions/Russian Spy Found, But I’m Sure He “Doesn’t Recall”


Suspicious Video of Jeff Sessions/Russian Spy Found, But I’m Sure He “Doesn’t Recall”

To this day, the media has still yet to report this with the attention it deserves, but it has been thoroughly reported by Seth Abramson.

Abramson is an Attorney and University of New Hampshire professor, as well as a columnist for The Washington Post, Huffington Post, Dallas News, Seattle Times, and others. Needless to say, he’s a very well respected voice in politics.

It all dates back to April 16th, 2016, just days before Donald Trump mathematically eliminated his GOP opponents for the Republican nomination. The high-level meeting took place at the Mayflower Hotel between Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, Trump Campaign Manager Paul Manafort, and future U.S Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Jeff Sessions has been under fire recently for not disclosing his RNC meetings with¬†Sergey Kislyak, but still there’s nothing substantial being reported about the Mayflower Hotel meeting between them.

Here is the photo Seth Abramson annotated just after the high-level meeting broke at the Mayflower Hotel on April 16th, 2016, clearly showing Kislyak, Manafort, and Sessions.

Now, here’s the real kicker that shines a giant spot light on the significance of the April 16th, 2016 meeting:

Watch the video for yourself as you see Manafort, Kislyak, and Sessions appear:

This is yet another meeting with the Russian spy that Jeff Sessions has never disclosed and it was NOT official government business as a U.S. Senator. This was at at Trump campaign event.

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