Democrats were promoting the Russian dossier to reporters [Video]

[VIDEO] It is now very clear that the Russian Dossier was more than just background research on an opposition candidate. To begin with, you just need to look at who funded the “research.”  The Hillary Clinton campaign used Fusion GPS to contract the dossier that is also known as the Steele report after the former UK Agent who produced it. The DNC also seems to have had a part in funding the dossier.

This video and article get down to discussing that this dossier did not get accidentally leaked to the mainstream media. This was a concerted effort to ensure that the very worst parts of it were the first to be brought to the media.  Who were the leakers?

As Written By Chuck Ross for the Daily Caller:

During the presidential campaign, Democrats “were peddling” the most salacious Trump dossier allegations to news reporters, a new documentary about the dossier revealed on Friday.

“People associated with the Democrats were peddling that story,” NBC’s Ken Dilanian said in a special report that aired on MSNBC host Rachel Maddow’s show.

Dilanian was referring to the unsubstantiated claim in the dossier that Trump used prostitutes during a trip to Moscow in 2013. According to the dossier, which was written by former British spy Christopher Steele, the Kremlin had video evidence of the hotel room encounter and was using it to keep Trump in line.

“There really was no way you could prove it,” Dilanian said of the Trump gossip.

Dilanian did not provide additional insight into who the Democratic associates were who told him of the dossier’s illicit allegations so it is not known whether he was referring to the Democrats who funded the dossier or to Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm hired to investigate Trump………..


Democrats ‘Were Peddling’ Salacious | The Daily Caller

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