Clinton-Appointed Judge Unseals Michael Cohen Search Warrants Related to Stormy Daniels ‘Hush Payments’ – No Additional Charges Announced

Judge William Pauley III, a Clinton appointee, ordered documents released in the Trump ‘hush money’ probe as federal prosecutors concluded the investigation.

The Commies in the Southern District of New York were investigating the Trump Organization over a potential campaign finance violation because Donald Trump paid 2 women ‘hush payments’ in 2016.

Federal prosecutors opened this investigation following an FBI raid on Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen’s home and office.

 

Last August Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to non-existent campaign finance violations stemming from the hush payments to porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal.

The Michael Cohen search warrants were unsealed on Thursday morning and the fake news media erupted.

The unsealed documents show Donald Trump discussing the “the need to prevent” porn star Stormy Daniels from going public with her story of an alleged extramarital affair with Trump just days after the “Access Hollywood” tape was released.

In October of 2016, a series of phone calls were made between Donald Trump, Michael Cohen and Hope Hicks, Trump’s then-campaign press secretary although the content of their conversations was not described by the FBI agent.


Immediately after those flurry of phone calls, Michael Cohen communicated with two executives at the parent company of The National Enquirer shortly before the presidential election.

There is nothing illegal about making hush payments and the investigation has already been concluded, but the Clinton judge gave the fake news media some fodder.

Federal prosecutors said Hope Hicks will not be charged nor will anyone else be charged in this case brought by the Southern District of New York, but the media will have a day of outrage.

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