Pieces of the puzzle of conspiracy and collusion against Donald Trump continue to fall into place.
We already knew that the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee paid millions of dollars to Fusion GPS for the production of a dossier on Donald Trump.
We also knew that the wife of a former DOJ official worked for Fusion GPS during the time of the dossier.
It has been suspected by many that Nellie Ohr had helped supply former British spy Christopher Steele.
We also know that Trump has repeatedly denied significant parts of the dossier.
It is now being revealed that Steele obtained a lot of information used in the dossier from a CNN public website filled with unverified information and accusations about Trump.
Breitbart – CNN iReport Was Source for Unverified Claims in Russia ‘Dossier’: Report – Christopher Steele, the former British spy who created the anti-Donald Trump Russia “dossier,” used unverified information he found on a CNN website where users generated their own content, he told a court last year.
Fox News reported Saturday that Steele, testifying in a defamation lawsuit filed by Russian entrepreneur Aleksej Gubarev last year, said that he obtained information about one of Gubarev’s companies on “something called CNN iReport.” (The lawsuit was dismissed in December.)
As Fox News noted, CNN iReport, which is now apparently out of service, invited members of the public to submit their own content as a form of citizen journalism. The service contained a disclaimer (original emphasis):…
For the first time, Steele admits that his dossier was based upon unverified liberal lies.
After being paid for by the Clinton campaign and DNC, Republican Senator John McCain gave the dossier to the FBI.
The dossier was used by the Obama loyalists in the FBI to illegally spy on the Trump campaign.
Seems to be that instead of Mueller investigating Trump, that someone should be investigating the Clinton campaign, DNC, Fusion GPS, Nellie and Bruce Ohr, Christopher Steele and everyone else involved in this traitorous conspiracy.
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