Yesterday former Hillary Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook testified under oath that the Dems’ 2016 nominee personally approved the dissemination of Trump-Russia bank allegations to the media:

Mook said the campaign was not totally confident in the legitimacy of the data, but had hoped to give the information to a reporter who could further “run it down” to determine if it was “accurate” or “substantive.”

He also said he discussed whether to give the information to a reporter with senior campaign officials, including campaign chairman John Podesta, senior policy advisor, now White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, and communications director Jennifer Palmieri.

“I discussed it with Hillary as well,” Mook said.

“I don’t remember the substance of the conversation, but notionally, the discussion was, hey, we have this and we want to share it with a reporter,” Mook said.

The government asked Mook if Clinton approved “the dissemination” of the data to the media.

“She agreed,” Mook testified.

It was noticed that segments of the media decided that was a story worth ignoring, and in addition to that Ari Fleischer is having some trouble finding any mention of Mook’s testimony in the New York Times today:

Is anybody surprised? Neither are we.

The growing distrust of the mainstream media has been completely self-inflicted.

The Dems might need Hillary to run in 2024 so much of the media will certainly do its best to keep the wagons circled.