IG reveals McCain sent 'Unverified' dossier to FBI after Steele was FIRED
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The Department of Justice Inspector, General Michael Horowitz, has revealed information that could cause "Never Trumper" Republicans to spin off even more political nuances revolving around the "Russia Hoax." We have Kristian Rouz from One America News speaking about it, and raising John McCain's late soul in the process.
We now know that Senator John McCain is guilty of handing over documents to then FBI director, James Comey, and the documents contained allegations that someone from Trump's campaign and Moscow were in talks that included Russian intelligence that could possibly harm Donald Trump in his then run for president.
Despite the document being unverified, and despite Christopher Steele being fired, the information was still passed on and became known as the "Steele Dossier."
We can look back at a 2017 article when the information first made waves, to see that even back then - it was a non-verified document, but still passed on by John McCain to James Comey and used against Trump.
Here's a writer from the Guardian, a more left leaning publication, who also reported that the documents were not exactly reliable:
The material, which has been seen by the Guardian, is a series of reports on Trump’s relationship with Moscow. They were drawn up by a former western counter-intelligence official, now working as a private consultant. BuzzFeed on Tuesday published the documents, which it said were “unverified and potentially unverifiable”. The Guardian has not been able to confirm the veracity of the documents’ contents, and the Trump team has consistently denied any hidden contacts with the Russian government.
Now the corruption fingers are pointed the other direction, with a late senator being caught funneling information from a fired employee over to the director of the FBI - all in an attempt to bring down Donald Trump.
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