The FBI and the DOJ are having some problems with the Trump dossier

When word of the Trump dossier first started making the rounds, one of the myths was that 17 intelligence agencies had looked it over and gave it credibility. That was a lie to start with. Only three gave it a slight chance of it being true. In this latest change to the story, the FBI and DOJ have admitted that they cannot validate it at all. Zip. Zero. Nada. The mainstream media and the Democrats will be without a case. Sorry about that.

As Written by Kristina Wong for Breitbart: 

FBI and Justice Department officials have told congressional investigators in recent days that they have not been able to verify or corroborate the substantive allegations of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign made in the Trump dossier, according to a recent report.

The inability to verify any of the dossier’s allegations about collusion or conspiracy came during face-to-face briefings with congressional staff, sources told the Washington Examiner‘s chief political correspondent Byron York.

The inability to verify any collusion or conspiracy is significant, since the dossier may have triggered the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign, which has now become the special counsel investigation led by Robert Mueller.

The first installment of the dossier came on June 20, 2016. The author of the dossier, ex-British spy Christopher Steele, told Mother Jones he went to the FBI in early July of 2016, and former FBI Director James Comey told members of the House intelligence committee the investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia came in late July of 2016.

It has also recently come to light that the dossier was funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee. Making it even more suspicious is that the Clinton campaign and the DNC used a law firm, Perkins Coie, to hire Fusion GPS to …..


Report: FBI and Justice Department Officials Not Able to Verify the Trump Dossier

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