The FBI is not just part of a USA intelligence apparatus that systematically spies on its own American citizenry, it intends to pay—with taxpayer dollars—for filth completely made up against a president they apparently did not want elected.
The Bureau has been caught planning to pay ex-MI6 agent Christopher Steele, who salaciously claimed in a dirty dossier that Donald Trump hired prostitutes to urinate on a bed the Obamas slept on at a Moscow Ritz-Carlton— to do further research for the Bureau.
Steele’s dossier has been roundly discounted as unsubstantiated.
You can’t make this stuff up—unless that is, you’re the CIA, NSA or pay-for-filth-from-the-sewer FBI.
As of today skullduggery is traveling as lightning fast as the skewered News of the Day.
Steele, identified as the dirty dossier author, so “terrified” for his and his family’s life, that he fled his £1.5 million Surrey mansion on Jan. 11, leaving his three cats with his neighbors, has suddenly resurfaced and is back at work today at the Orbis intelligence firm he founded after leaving MI6, according to the Daily Mail.
The FBI, planning to pay him for the same dossier that caused him to go incognito, also has plans to rehire him.
Shouldn’t someone be asking what changed in the life of the 52-year-old father of three between the flight in terror and today?
Who or what enticed him back from the shadows of incognito?
While the unsubstantiated claims of the so-called “golden shower” made his dossier infamous, it was Steele information that also alleged that there was was a continuous exchange of information between team Trump and the ‘intermediaries for the Russian government’ throughout the presidential campaign.
Isn’t that the same propaganda that the embittered Democrat Party and their running dog mainstream media have been propagating over the Internet?
Did the “Russia stole the election from Hillary” story get its legs from the same dossier disgraced for trying to pin the ‘golden shower’ scandal on Trump?
With all of their supposed prowess in the fine art of intelligence gathering, why hasn’t the FBI been joining the dots and following—rather than paying—the money?
Where is the foaming-at-the mouth mainstream media?
“Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is seeking more information from FBI Director James Comey over the bureau’s plans to pay the ex-British intelligence agent who compiled the dirty dossier on President Trump.(Daily Mail, Mar. 7, 2017)
“Grassley sent a letter to Comey today pointing to the Washington Post story, published last week, which revealed the FBI’s plans to pay former MI6 agent Christopher Steele to do further research for the bureau.”
‘The idea that the FBI and associates of the Clinton campaign would pay Mr. Steele to investigate the Republican nominee for president in the run-up to the election raises further questions about the FBI’s independence from politics, as well as the Obama administration’s use of law enforcement and intelligence agencies for political ends,’ Grassley, an Iowa Republican, charged.
“Steele was first hired to compile opposition research on Trump by a Republican, though later a Democrat aligned with the party’s nominee was paying a D.C. firm for Steele’s work.
“The FBI never acted on paying Steele, the Washington Post said, once the contents of the dossier became public knowledge, as well as Steele’s name.
“Grassley outlined a number of questions he wanted Comey to answer by March 20 and instructed the FBI chief to schedule a briefing with lawmakers, connecting them with officials who might have information on this arrangement.
“Among the items he wanted answered: ‘How did the FBI first obtain Mr. Steele’s Trump investigation memos?’
Along with: ‘Has the FBI verified or corroborated any of the allegations made in the memos?’
“Comey briefed Trump on the existence of the dossier during a private meeting in January.
“CNN reported on its existence, while Buzzfeed decided to release its contents, though told readers that much of the dossier’s contents were unproven.
“The most salacious claims involved Trump hiring prostitutes to urinate on a bed the Obamas slept on at a Moscow Ritz-Carlton.
“The dossier also alleged that there was was a continuous exchange of information between team Trump and the ‘intermediaries for the Russian government’ throughout the presidential campaign.
“Today Grassley told Comey that he was aware that it was FBI policy not to comment on ongoing investigations, but that he hoped eventually the findings would at least make it as far as Capitol Hill.
Christopher Steele and the FBI go back a long way:
“There are reports from Reuters news service that an early client of Mr. Steele and Orbis was Britain’s Football Association, the country’s governing body for soccer, which hired the firm around 2009 when it was considering bidding for the FIFA World Cup. The event was awarded to Moscow for 2018 and Qatar for 2022, but Mr. Steele’s work found its way to the FBI, which had opened a probe into corruption at FIFA. That led to criminal charges against several FIFA officials in 2015 and it forced the ouster of long-time FIFA boss Sepp Blatter. (Globe and Mail, Jan. 12, 2017)
“According to several reports, Mr. Steele’s FBI contacts during the FIFA investigation led to Orbis winning work with Fusion GPS, a Washington-based research firm founded by former journalists. Fusion had been hired to dig up dirt on Mr. Trump for Republican candidates during the party’s primary. After Mr. Trump won the nomination, Democrats became clients for the same type of work.”
Is the return of spy Christopher Steele the beginning of ‘Get Donald Trump, Redux II?
Meanwhile, too politically biased to succeed at the job of national security, the FBI has much in common with Christopher Steele in trying to pass off as truth bogus information.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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