There Is One Real Problem With The Fusion GPS Steele Dossier [Video]

[VIDEO] The Fusion GPS Steele dossier, also known as the Russian dossier, has a very checkered history. Not the least of which is the story the author, Christopher Steel told about ist distribution. It can be reasonably assumed that in telling his story to the FBI and them in testimony, there are two versions. That could mean that he lied to the FBI. That is a big No-No. To prevent a double standard, this needs to be investigated deeply.

As Written and Reported By Ned Ryun for Fox News:

The news Friday that two Republican senators have recommended the FBI and Justice Department to investigate the author of the “Steele dossier” – a collection of memos filled with wild and unsubstantiated allegations involving President Trump and Russia – gives a black eye to the mainstream media that have devoted enormous news coverage to the dossier.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., called for the investigation of former British spy Christopher Steele, who wrote the dossier after he was hired by opposition research firm Fusion GPS.

Fusion GPS initially received funding from the Washington Free Beacon, and then was paid by Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee for the dossier that Steele produced.

The New York Times first reported that Grassley and Graham “had reason to believe that a former British spy, Christopher Steele, lied to federal authorities about his contacts with reporters regarding information in the dossier, and they urged the (Justice) department to investigate.”

The news organizations that have devoted so much attention to the Steele dossier – the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, you get the idea – inflated its importance to such a disproportionate extent that they became active participants in Russia’s effort to influence the 2016 presidential…..

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