April 2016 was a busy month for the Bigfoot Democrat law firm Perkins Coie, the DNC and, of course, Hillary Clinton.
According to the Washington Post, it was in April 2016 that Marc Elias and his law firm, Perkins Coie, retained GPS Fusion, sponsor of the "dodgy dossier," on behalf of the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC.
Finally, the Democrat mystery clients unmasked!
It was also in "late April" 2016 that the DNC detected "unusual network activity" on its servers, as it would later claim to the Washington Post.
What did the DNC do? Call the FBI? Nope. It called Perkins Coie.
Did Perkins Coie call the FBI Nope. It called the dodgy cyber-security firm, Crowdstrike.
To review: It is the DNC-Clinton funded "dodgy dossier "that appears to have triggered FISA-court surveillance of the Trump team, just as it is the dodgy DNC-contractor Crowdstrike analysis that appears to have triggered the "Intelligence Community" finding of Russian collusion by the Trump campaign.
The rest is fake history -- but the corruption is so pure that unchecked, unprosecuted, it can kill off the country.