Wednesday, June 28, 2017 by Ethan Huff
The questionable intelligence dossier that the liberal media has been parading around as evidence that President Donald Trump entered into an unholy alliance with the Russian government in order to “hack” and win the election appears to have been manufactured by a research firm directly tied to the Democratic Party.
Reports suggest that Fusion G.P.S., a commercial research and strategic intelligence firm based in D.C., crafted the error-ridden mess at the behest of Democrat operatives who schemed it as a way to take down Trump. Having since been proven fraudulent, the dossier was meant to function as a weapon to sway public opinion against the president, though this backfired when no actual evidence could be presented to back it.
Though the firm claims to have been founded by “three former Wall Street Journal (W.S.J.) investigative reporters,” evidence now suggests that these individuals are more political activists than they are legitimate journalists. All of them have been exposed as having a pro-Clinton, anti-Trump agenda, which they worked to their favor in inventing spy fiction conspiracy theories about the president in an attempt to destroy him.
According to the New York Post (N.Y.P.), Fusion G.P.S. was on the payroll of an unidentified ally of Hillary at the time when it hired long-retired British spy Christopher Steele to dig up any dirt he could find about Trump. Federal records show that one of Fusion G.P.S.’ co-founders and partners, Peter R. Fritsch, is a proud supporter of and donor to Hillary Clinton.
“These weren’t mercenaries or hired guns,” admits a congressional source familiar with the dossier investigation. “These guys had a vested personal and ideological interest in smearing Trump and boosting Hillary’s chances of winning the White House.”
The connections between Fusion G.P.S. and the Clinton Mafia go much deeper than just a corporate-client relationship. Fritsch apparently served as the W.S.J.’s bureau chief in Mexico City, and married into a family with Mexican business interests. Fritsch’s wife, Beatriz Garcia, who also donated money to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, worked as an executive at Grupo Dina, a manufacturer of buses and trucks based out of Mexico City that benefits greatly from the North American Free Trade Agreement (N.A.F.T.A.), which President Trump opposes.
Fusion G.P.S. partner Thomas Catan also has business ties to Mexico, and its third partner, Glenn Simpson, is another anti-Trump individual who, prior to working for the company, conducted opposition research on behalf of a former Clinton White House operative. In other words, Fusion G.P.S. is anti-Trump through and through, and clearly had a vendetta against the president from the start.
Further, the Senate Judiciary Committee has begun an investigation into the F.B.I.’s role in all of this, as the agency reportedly paid Steel $50,000 to gather dirt on President Trump. This relationship “raises substantial questions about the independence” of the bureau, stated Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), who’s been pressing the Justice Department for months on the issue.
The next step is to dig up all the records of communication between Fusion G.P.S., the F.B.I., and the Justice Department, including all communications that were made with former Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Lynch is currently under investigation for obstructing the Hillary Clinton email probe. Deputy F.B.I. director Andrew McCabe is also under investigation for failing to recuse himself from the Clinton investigation, despite his financial and political connections to the campaign.
“Democratic leaders in Congress keep referring to [the dossier] to cook up more charges against Trump, while liberal media continue to use it as a road map to find ‘scoops’ on Trump in the ‘Russiagate’ conspiracy they’re peddling – still hoping against hope that the central thrust of the report – that Trump entered into an unholy alliance with the Russian government during the election – will one day prove true and bring about the downfall of his presidency,” writes Paul Sperry for the N.Y.P.
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