The smoking gun linking George Soros to Mueller’s investigation just came to light

There seems to be no left-wing scheme George Soros isn’t involved in.

He funds countless left-wing causes – from Antifa to gun control groups – to the tune of billions.

Now, the smoking gun linking him to Mueller’s investigation just came to light, and it is shocking.

Mueller’s investigation is the biggest witch hunt in U.S. history.

For two years it was operating with little to no oversight, and, despite media ramblings, was not able to find a shred of evidence of collusion.

But that isn’t surprising to anybody who has been paying attention.

The entire investigation was based on fake information, beginning with the formation of the anti-Trump Russia dossier.

Compiled by a former British Spy, using funding from Hillary Clinton and the DNC, the dossier makes salacious, unverified, and unproven allegations against Trump.

Despite that, the investigation made its way to the FBI, eventually being used to obtain surveillance warrants against the Trump campaign, which were used to justify the formation of Mueller’s investigation.

Now, unsurprisingly, new evidence ties George Soros to that dossier.

In 2017, the Soros-funded Democracy Integrity Project gave more than $3.8 million to Fusion GPS, the firm that compiled the anti-Trump dossier.

The Daily Caller reports:

“A nonprofit group partially funded by billionaire activist George Soros paid firms tied to Fusion GPS and dossier author Christopher Steele more than $3.8 million in 2017 to provide research and analysis to “government entities,” according to IRS filings.

The payments made by The Democracy Integrity Project are more than three times what the DNC and the Clinton campaign paid Fusion GPS and Steele during the 2016 presidential campaign to investigate Donald Trump’s possible ties to Russia.

Perkins Coie, the law firm that represented the DNC and Clinton campaign, paid $1 million to Fusion GPS in 2016 to investigate Trump. Fusion GPS in turn paid Steele, a former MI6 officer, nearly $170,000 for a project that resulted in the infamous Steele dossier.”

The $3.8 million is more than what the DNC and the Clinton campaign paid the firm to investigate Trump.

So it is possible this money is a sort of “thank you” for leading to the creation of the Mueller investigation.

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