Robert Mueller’s big secret is out in the open and it’s bad news for his investigation
There is one horrible truth about the Russia investigation Robert Mueller and the fake news media worked to bury.
It’s a bombshell so explosive that it could bring down the Deep State’s entire house of cards.
But now it’s out in the open and it’s bad news for Mueller’s investigation.
The fake news Christopher Steele dossier was not some super secret piece of political intelligence.
Steele passed it around like candy to US government officials.
John McCain ended up with a copy that he personally hand-delivered to FBI Director James Comey.
Now a recent court filing shows that Steele handed a copy of the dossier to one of Hillary Clinton’s closest confidantes at the State Department.
The Daily Caller reports:
Christopher Steele, the author of the infamous anti-Trump dossier, disclosed information from his Trump-Russia investigation to a longtime Clinton crony because of his position on a State Department advisory board, according to court documents filed on Tuesday.
According to the court filing, Steele told a court in the United Kingdom on Aug. 1 that he provided Strobe Talbott, the Clinton insider, with anti-Trump research because of his position on the Foreign Affairs Policy Board, an independent advisory board set up in 2011 by then-Sec. of State Hillary Clinton.
Clinton appointed Talbott chairman of the advisory board, and he served in that role through John Kerry’s tenure.
“As regards disclosure to Strobe Talbott (if relevant to this claim), the Defendant relies on US Department of State Foreign Affairs Policy Board,” reads the Aug. 1 filing.
This gives lie to the myth that the FBI kept Steele’s work close to the vest.
In fact, they passed it around to as many people as possible in hopes it would leak.
Mueller tried to suppress this aspect of the Russia investigation.
If it was widely known that the basis for the entire probe was political opposition research masquerading as intelligence then the American people would be up in arms.