Latest Mueller Leak on Corsi Emails to Roger Stone Point to Gateway Pundit Contributor and Author Ted Malloch
The Mueller witch hunt today led to The Gateway Pundit contributor, author and professor Ted Malloch.
The Mueller team leaked a batch of emails between Roger Stone and Jerome Corsi to NBC News today.
In the batch of emails the two Trump supporters mention Ted Malloch who currently lives in London.
In 2016 Wikileaks obtained emails from Hillary strategist John Podesta. Conservatives and Democrats waited anxiously for Julian Assange and Wikileaks to release the emails.
NBC News reported:
The draft court documents obtained by NBC News provide the most extensive account to date of Corsi’s contact with Mueller’s prosecutors.
The interviews began on Sept. 6 when Corsi told investigators that an associate, identified by Corsi as Stone, asked him in the summer of 2016 to get in touch with an organization, identified by Corsi as WikiLeaks, about unreleased materials relevant to the presidential campaign, the draft court papers say.
“Get to (Assange) [a]t Ecuadorian Embassy in London and get the pending (WikiLeaks) emails,” read the email to Corsi dated July 25, 2016, according to the draft court documents.
Corsi said he declined the request and made clear to Stone that an attempt to contact WikiLeaks could put them in investigators’ crosshairs, according to the draft court documents.
But Mueller’s team said that was a lie.
Instead of turning down the request, Corsi in fact passed it along to a person in London, according to the draft court documents. Corsi said that person was conservative author Ted Malloch.
Eight days later, Corsi sent the email to Stone saying that WikiLeaks possessed information that would be damaging to Hillary Clinton’s campaign and planned to release it in October.
“Time to let more than (Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta) to be exposed as in bed w enemy if they are not ready to drop HRC (Hillary Rodham Clinton),” Corsi added in the Aug. 2, 2016, email, according to the draft court papers. “That appears to be the game hackers are now about.”
On Oct. 7, 2016, WikiLeaks released the first of two batches of emails that Russian hackers stole from Podesta, altering the trajectory of the presidential race.
We are waiting for a statement from Ted.
He previously told The Gateway Pundit his lawyers advised him not to comment on the ongoing investigation.