ABC notes that Corsi is one of more than a dozen individuals connected to Roger Stone, a longtime associate of President Trump who Mueller's team has been investigating concerning their role in the 2016 election, particularly in connection to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
"And at the end of that two months even though I did everything I could to cooperate, the entire negotiations, discussions have just blown up and now I fully anticipate in the next few days I will be indicted by Mueller for some form or other of giving false information to the special counsel or to one of the other grand jury or however they want to do the indictment", Corsi said.
So - Trump may have paid two women to keep quiet while running for office to protect his image, while Don Jr., Roger Stone and Jerome Corsi may or may not have known about, or tried, to gain an advantage over Hillary Clinton with emails allegedly stolen from Russian Federation - and certainly not given to WikiLeaks by anyone else, perhaps on a locally copied thumb drive.
Wine-Banks explained how Corsi limited his legal defense options by going on YouTube to say he thought he would be arrested.
"I got served a subpoena on August 28th, at my home, two Federal Bureau of Investigation agents showed up unannounced, and I did not talk to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, of course my wife was pretty startled", he said on the video. He said he gave investigators two computers, a cellphone and access to his e-mail accounts and tweets.
"I'm still not going to contact him", Corsi said on his show on August 30.
Or, perhaps Corsi was simply following Kim Dotcom's Twitter feed where the release of Clinton's emails was telegraphed as early as July, 2015. He denied any wrongdoing and claimed without evidence that he was being persecuted because he "dared to support Donald Trump" and "opposed the deep state".
"The way this game of perjury trap is played, it's impossible, the first 20 minutes you've got a perjury trap", he said.
Stone, in an emailed statement to The Hill, said that his attorneys have reviewed all of his communications with Corsi and they "prove everything I have said under oath regarding my interaction with Dr. Corsi is true".
"Two months, six sessions, probably 40 hours of grilling, [it] reminds me of the KGB or the Gestapo", he opined.