By the testimony of three witnesses, a leftist was the go-between with Roger Stone and WikiLeaks, blasting Mueller’s theory that Corsi and others were involved.


Kristin M. Davis, a material witness in the Robert Mueller investigation, told the Daily Caller that during her testimony to the grand jury that left-wing comedian Randy Credico was the back channel between Roger Stone and WikiLeaks.

Blasting the witch hunt’s theory that Jerome Corsi was involved, Davis is the third witness to confirm Credico’s involvement.

“Davis, a longtime friend of Stone’s, told The Daily Caller News Foundation that she testified on Aug. 10 that she ‘heard the tail end of a conversation where Credico was trying to impress upon Roger not to disclose his name.’”

Credico has denied being a link between WikiLeaks and Stone, but these three witnesses and his own texts tell a completely different story.

Davis’ testimony that Credico, a comedian and radio show host, was a topic in her grand jury appearance, is the first indication that there’s more proof of Corsico’s involvement.

Apparently, the conversation she overheard occurred in May 2017, at a duplex that Davis shares with Stone in New York City. The pair have known each other for around a decade.

Mueller has been investigating what Stone and other Trump associates “may have known about WikiLeaks’ plans to release emails stolen from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.”

Stone has already said that Credico was his source of information that WikiLeaks planned to release documents, and now three other people, Davis, David Lugo and Tyler Nixon, have confirmed it.

Lugo, a filmmaker who has worked with Stone and Credico, told TheDCNF that he testified on Oct. 19 that Credico told him on May 12, 2017, that he was Stone’s link to WikiLeaks.

“And Nixon, an attorney who has worked for Stone, told TheDCNF that he testified on Nov. 2 that he was at a dinner with Stone and Credico in mid-November 2017 in which Credico appeared to acknowledge that he was Stone’s link to WikiLeaks.”

“In addition to testimony from Davis, Lugo and Nixon, text messages that Stone made public on Nov. 14 also undercut Credico’s denials.”

“Julian Assange has kryptonite on Hillary,” Credico wrote to Stone on Aug. 27, 2016.

“[B]ig news Wednesday,” Credico wrote on Oct. 1, 2016, days before WikiLeaks began releasing emails. “Now pretend u don’t know me.”

“Hillary’s campaign will die this week.”

Credico also expressed concern that Stone would out him as the source.

“Please leave my name out of it,” he wrote on Oct. 2.

“You are not going to drag my name into this are you,” Credico wrote on Sept. 29, 2016.

Stone has reported he thought Credico’s WikiLeaks source was not Assange, but rather a WikiLeaks attorney named Margaret Ratner Kunstler, because she was mentioned in a text Credico sent to Stone.

A left-wing activist attorney, Kunstler represents both WikiLeaks and Credico. Credico also described her to Stone as one of his “best friends.”

It seems more and more clear to right-thinking people, that the entire communication between Credico and Stone was designed to implicate Trump advisors in the event of an election.

And, it’s becoming obvious that Mueller has nothing, and is grasping at straws. Many people hope that one the of the straws he grabs turns out to ruin more democrats instead.