It has been revealed, this week, in a series of Senate investigations that the source of the bizarre “dossier’ that was the foundation of the Russian hoax, Spygate and Crossfire Hurricane, scandals was a known Russian agent, and the sub-source (meaning a non-intelligence source) himself testified that the ‘dossier” was not credible, but Democrats and some people in the American media used the dossier anyway is a passion to discredit candidate, turned President Donald J. Trump.
Remember the “dossier” was paid for by Trump’s oppnent, Hillary R. Clinton.
The dossier, on it’s face is not credible because it is bizarre and odd and too bombastic, however, Buzz Feed, CNN, MSNBC (for starters) have spent hundreds of thousands of hours repeating the lies that came out of believing the “pee-pee” dossier was authentic.
According to evidence from uncovered text messages, when BuzzFeed published the dossier, Peter Strzok texted that the FBI should use the release as a pretext to “go interview some people.”
“We’re discussing whether, now that this is out, we use it as a pretext to go interview some people,” Strzok wrote to FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
The Daily Caller reported, “Weeks later, the FBI approached former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos under the guise of interviewing him about his contacts with an alleged source for the dossier.”
It was all a set up. And Buzzfeed had to know they were a part of the plan. Or they are just lazy journalists.
The mythology that came from the dossier has fed major protest movements and massive amounts of stories for online social media, yet none of it was ever verified as legitimate.
Jake Tapper of CNN knew as well, according to the Tennesee Star who reported on the matter:
“After BuzzFeed published the infamous Steele dossier, CNN anchor Jake Tapper lit into BuzzFeed editor Ben Smith for the decision, calling it “irresponsible” and “uncollegial,” according to emails released Friday.
“I think your move makes the story less serious and credible[.] I think you damaged its impact,” Tapper wrote to Smith on Jan. 10, 2017, just after BuzzFeed published the dossier in full on its website.
The emails were released in response to a federal judge’s order to unseal documents from a lawsuit against BuzzFeed, which was sued in February 2017 by a Russian businessman who was accused in the dossier of being a Russian agent.
Lawyers for the Russian, Aleksej Gubarev, picked out the Tapper-Smith exchange in hopes of showing BuzzFeed failed to do its due diligence before publishing the dossier, which was funded by Democrats and compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele.”
One poster wrote online, “#Russia‘s greatest victory in their disinformation campaign was BuzzFeed running with the Steele Dossier accusations after every other news organization turned it down. Everybody else still had an opportunity to be restrained, but the pee tape story was too much to resist.”
Remember, sources said that the Subsource had been seen at the Russian embassy trying to slip information into a “Diplomat’s envelope”, the new report shows. And Hunter Biden was an extortion threat, and Joe Biden and Obama were briefed on that. Those are the details from this week.
Anyone else putting this together? I have no evidence, but I am watching this develop and wondering…
Conservative Treehouse brought up another level of complexity. The “Pee Tapes” or “Pee pee ” Dossier was very strange, here are links for a deeper dive, recall the story from Wednesday was that Hunter Biden’s ties to Communists and Russians made him an extortion threat and his money was tied to companies that did human trafficing and prostitiion:
So, is the pee pee dossier- really about Hunter? We will all have to wait and see what happens next? We will need some more confiration on the pee pee dosier.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism.