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Report: Podesta Law Firm To Shut Down Amid Incoming Mueller Indictment

Community Admin 42 November 11, 2017

The Podesta Group, one of Washington’s most prominent law firms, is on the verge of shutting down in light of rumored indictments to be handed to Hillary’s top aide John Podesta and his brother Tony by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller.

The Podesta Group became caught in Mueller’s investigation after it was revealed that the law firm was recruited for public relations work in Ukraine by Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, who were indicted by Mueller last month for violating foreign lobbying law.

Kimberly Fritts, who was the Podesta Group’s CEO before she quit unexpectedly Friday, said that the lobbying firm will be shut down by the end of the year, adding that employees may not be paid after November 15, CNN reported.

Political heavyweight and Infowars host Roger Stone predicted the Podestas’ downfall weeks ago.

“You’ll notice [John Podesta’s] brother was forced to step down from their extremely lucrative influence peddling operations in Washington D.C.” Stone said on The Alex Jones Show.

“I think [John Podesta’s] becoming unhinged because they are getting exposed. Their whole carefully constructed Russia narrative is falling apart before their very eyes.”

Tony Podesta, who at one time was Bill Clinton’s Chief of Staff, first stepped down as chief executive of his law firm last month after Mueller had begun investigating him.

As mentioned, Fritts then unexpectedly quit as CEO of the Podesta Group on Friday to start her own lobbying firm.

The Podesta’s are so desperate to avoid charges that Tony’s lawyer sent Fox host Tucker Carlson a cease and desist for reporting on the Podesta Group’s ties to Manafort.

The impending closing of the Podesta Group marks the downfall of one of Washington’s most influential and connected law firms of the last thirty years and signals the continuing collapse of the phony Russia/Trump narrative peddled by the Democrats for the last year.

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