(Natural News) Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has successfully unearthed new evidence proving that Christopher Steele’s infamous Clinton-funded dossier was actually written by a “non-Russian employee of Christopher Steele’s firm.”
In the declassified FBI document, it was revealed that the primary “source” of Steele’s election reporting was not, in fact, some current or former official from Russia, but rather a non-Russian contract employee hired on by Steele’s own company.
This document also lays bare the fact that Steele’s so-called primary source provided him with “second- and third-hand information and rumor at best,” according to Zero Hedge, which also reported that this same source actually disagreed with how the information he procured to Steele was handled by Steele in the dossier.
In a second document also released by Graham, it was further shown that a New York Times article authored by Michael Schmidt, Mark Mazzetti, and Matt Apuzzo, which contained comments made by former FBI agent Peter Strzok, was nothing but fabricated propaganda.
As uncovered by investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson, the alleged comments made by Strzok that were included in the article, entitled “Trump Campaign Aides Had Repeated Contact With Russian Intelligence,” are inaccurate, as per Strzok himself.
“This statement is misleading and inaccurate as written,” Strzok said about claims made by the Times – as well as CNN and others – that “phone records and intercepted calls show that members of Donald J. Trump’s presidential campaign and other Trump associates had repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials in the year before the election, according to four current and former American officials.”
Strzok also took issue with a claim made by the Times that one of the advisers picked up on the intercepted calls was Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chairman. According to Strzok, he and his team were “unaware of any calls with any Russian government official in which Manafort was a party.”
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Virtually everything claimed by the Times in its article, from the alleged retrieval of damning banking and travel records to alleged evidence of Trump advisers engaging in conversations with “Russian intel officials” appears to have been completely made up by the fake news outlet – and this is according to Strzok himself.
Strzok and his team at the FBI did not ask the National Security Agency (NSA) “to collect as much information as possible about the Russian operatives on the phone calls,” nor did they “closely examine” Roger Stone, as claimed by the Times.
Furthermore, Strzok never claimed that Steele had a solid track record of being a reliable source of “subsource network,” nor did the FBI have enough solid evidence to obtain a warrant for wiretapping Manafort’s communications.
“This is inaccurate” was a common statement made by Strzok in response to the various claims made by the Times about the Russiagate hoax, indicating that the narrative put forth by the Left based on the information contained in the phony dossier is complete fiction.
“I’m very pleased the investigation in the Senate Judiciary Committee has been able to secure the declassification of these important documents,” Sen. Graham stated to the committee about the bombshell findings.
“These documents, which I have long sought, tell a damning story for anyone who’s interested in trying to find the truth behind the corrupt nature of the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign in 2016 and beyond,” he added.
A full breakdown of the two documents, the first of which is 57 pages longs, is available at this link.
More news stories about Russiagate and the Democrat hoax agenda to unseat President Trump are available at Hoax.news.
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