Thursday, July 29, 2021

British Spy, Spooks for Hire Conspired to Take Down Trump and Steal a U.S. Election

Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times
The Christopher Steele dossier is the most important political document in America’s modern era.
Imported from London, the dossier contained a dozen or so bogus felony allegations against a U.S. president, Donald Trump, and aides for purported Russian election collusion. It was designed to bring his end.
Unleashing it like a piece of destructive malware, Democratic Party operatives sent the dossier coursing through Washington’s power machines to program them to get Mr. Trump.
Recipients treated the collection of 2016 memos like precious jewels — FBI directorships and counter-intelligence; the Justice Department; the Barack Obama White House and his CIA and State Department; senior congressional Democrats, most notably intelligence chair Rep. Adam Schiff; and the most influential cluster of newsrooms in the world that shape and dictate Washington’s daily political struggles.
The Washington establishment’s acceptance is what makes the dossier — at its core a piece of campaign opposition research — historically unmatched.
It became a weapon to constantly harass, destabilize and distort Mr. Trump for much of his presidency. It was an astounding success from the Democrats’ point of view. It only cost them and Hillary Clinton’s campaign team about $160,000 for Mr. Steele and his ex-journalist handlers, the folks at Fusion GPS.
Dossier Democrats never paid a political price for trying to bring down a president with non-existent conspiracies.
Mr. Steele told us the 35-page booklet came directly from the lips of senior Kremlin insiders. Mr. Steele, the liberal press told us, especially the liberal British press, was the best spy ever during his time at MI6 as a Moscow embed.
The dossier enjoyed devotion from the Leftist media. (CNN and MSNBC vouched for its accuracy. Mr. Trump was a Russian agent.)
The FBI studied the dossier pages like they were a roadmap to the point where the story ends with the slaying of monster Trump. It wasn’t just FBI wiretaps based on dossier “probable cause” search warrants. Mr. Steele assured there was a well-developed Trump-Russia election conspiracy and, by God, the FBI gumshoes were going to find it.
When Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein sent investigative directions in 2017 to special counsel Robert Mueller, his memo read as if it came straight out of Mr. Steele’s brain.
Read the rest from Rowan Scarborough HERE

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