New reports state that the Russian Lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. to discuss getting information about the Clinton campaign suggest that she was actually allowed into the US through actions taken by Obama’s Department of Justice.
In what is looking more and more like a Sting Operation, it appears that Natalia Veselnitskaya was initially refused a visa, but was then granted a “parole” to enter and stay until January 2016. She wrote on her application that she was employed by the company Fusion GPS. This is the same company that was directly employed by the DNC to gather information and research against their political opponents.
In June, just days after meeting with Don Jr. she was pictured in a Senate Committee hearing seated behind Obama’s Ambassador to Russia. Why, when her visa had supposedly expired, was she hanging out with high-level Democrats?
As reported in the Daily Caller:
Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya originally entered the country in October 2015 on a grant of immigration parole, a rare exemption which allowed her to enter the country without a visa and remain legally until early January 2016, according to court records obtained by The Hill.
Court records from a hearing that took place during the first week of January show Veselnitskaya was granted a week extension on her stay while her case was deliberated, but there are no further records related to her case. It remains unclear how she was able to remain in the country until June 2016 when she met with Donald Trump Jr.
Veselnitskaya gained an audience with Trump Jr. on June 9, 2016, after an intermediary told him she had damaging information related to Russian support for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Five days later, the Russian lawyer was seated in the front row of a House Foreign Affairs Committee meeting on Russia policy.