安德鲁·麦卡锡(Andrew McCarthy): Steele dossier source – would you believe a suspected Russian spy?

安德鲁·麦卡锡(Andrew McCarthy): Steele dossier source – would you believe a suspected Russian spy?

See if you can follow this: In an effort to depict 唐纳德·特朗普 as if he were in an espionage conspiracy with the Kremlin, 的 Obama administration used bogus information, from a man the 联邦调查局 suspected was an actual Russian spy, to brand as a suspected Russian spy a former U.S. naval intelligence officer who had actually been a CIA informant.

Your head spinning? Mine too.

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And that’s just the beginning.

It turns out that Igor Danchenko, the man the FBI suspected of being an actual Russian spy, initially provided the bogus information about the American, Carter Page, through a former British spy, Christopher Steele. Through a couple of cut-outs, Steele had been retained by the Clinton campaign to dig up – or, alas, to make up –Russian dirt on Trump.

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Through his private intelligence business in London, Steele was known to be working for Russian oligarchs, while Danchenko was on Steele’s payroll. 那是, the Clinton campaign, and ultimately the Obama administration, colluded with Russians for the purpose of accusing Donald Trump of … 是 … colluding with Russians.

Danchenko, 谁在 2005 reportedly told a Russian intelligence officer that he hoped someday to work for the Russian government, became Steele’s source on Trump.

Even before October 2016, when the FBI and the Obama Justice Department first sought a surveillance warrant against Page based on the information Steele was compiling, it was obvious that the information was unreliable – some of it laughably so.

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