Is This the Smoking Gun? Wikileaks Email Shows DNC Clinton Campaign Accepting ‘Pay for Play’ Cash

Wikileaks released nearly 20,000 emails before the DNC Convention in July from the accounts of Democratic National Committee officials.

The emails revealed the party was supporting candidate Hillary Clinton and actively working to defeat rival Bernie Sanders.

The leak forced several top Democratic Party officials to step down.

Now this…
An email sent on May 18, 2016 reveals pay for play activities.

Jacquelyn Lopez from Perkins Cole law firm sent the email to DNC officials.
From the email, via Free Republic:

“Can we set up a time for a very brief call to go over our process for handling donations from donors who have given us pay to play letters? Want to make sure we have a robust process in place to make sure that donations that come in from those donors, in any form, get put into the operating account.

Let me know when would be a good time for you all.

Thanks, Jackie”

Here’s the email:
dnc document release pay for play

The participants in the email thread appear to understand what is meant by ‘pay for play.’ No one emails back saying, ‘What are you talking about?’
So this must be a routine subject for DNC officials(?)

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