New Mueller Evidence Repeatedly Links to Bernie Sanders' Chief Strategist
Mueller's evidence links Ted Devine, Sanders' chief strategist, and Konstantin Kilimnik, a Putin-connected operative. (PJ Media)
...Devine appears from exhibit 5 onward. Mueller listed a memo from 2006 involving Manafort, Devine, and former Ukrainian President Viktor Vanukovych, Russian President Vladimir Putin's puppet in Ukraine.
Mueller's evidence lists email after email between Devine and Manafort, connecting them both to Konstantin Kilimnik, a Putin-connected operative whom Manafort described as "my Russian brain."
Devine's name appears a total of 21 times in the list of nearly 500 pieces of evidence against Manafort.
Adding to this as I process it...— The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) July 19, 2018
Mueller's evidence in a criminal trial includes communications between Tad Devine, Paul Manafort and a Russian connected to Putin up through JUNE OF 2014.
In NOVEMBER OF 2014, Devine joined Bernie's campaign.https://t.co/x4DZn7hnfk
Robert Mueller just submitted his list of evidence for the Paul Manafort trial and look whose name is all over the first 30 items.
Bernie Sanders' Chief Strategist. pic.twitter.com/EmFMp7dTVB
— The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) July 19, 2018
Throughout his political career, Sanders has taken pride in making fringe ideas mainstream.
Before joining forces with Sanders, Devine served as a senior adviser to Al Gore in 2000 and John Kerry in 2004 in addition to 17 winning U.S. Senate campaigns.
The new evidence causes tremendous headaches for Sanders, who seems poised for another White House run.