FAKE NEWS: No, The Republicans didn’t fund the same Trump Dossier Clinton did

    Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton finish their third and final 2016 presidential campaign debate at UNLV in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., October 19, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - S1BEUHZIBNAA

    Ever since it was confirmed that Clinton’s campaign and the DNC funded the Trump Dossier the Liberal Mainstream Media talking heads have tried to play damage control. Their best defense “Republicans Funded the Dossier”. Well, it seems that is a false narrative.


    D.C.-based opposition research firm Fusion GPS hired Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence officer with expertise in Russia, to put together the dossier after Republicans quit paying the firm to compile opposition research on Trump. Steele was hired after a lawyer representing the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign hired the firm to dig up dirt on Trump.

    During the Republican presidential primary, an unknown Republican “client” funded Fusion GPS to conduct opposition research on Trump, The Washington Post reports. Trump at that time was still seeking the Republican nomination for the 2016 presidential election.

    That client cut off funds to Fusion GPS as the primary winded down, and the Clinton campaign hired the firm through its lawyer Mike Elias in April 2016. The DNC and Clinton campaign continued funding the project until October 2016.

    Steele “authored” the Trump-Russia dossier that Fusion GPS produced using a “compilation of reports” he worked on while at the firm, and all of his work happened while the Clinton campaign was funding the opposition research.

    While part of the material may have been gathered by Fusion GPS when the firm was bankrolled by a Republican client during the primary, the entirety of Steele’s work on the dossier he was hired to produce took place while Fusion GPS was funded by the Clinton campaign. The dossier centers on Russia, and likely almost entirely came from Steele, who is well-sourced in Russia, because of his experience as a spy.

    The claim that the “Steele dossier” was funded by Republicans doesn’t hold up to the facts.

    Notice the importance of what was gathered here. The entirety of Steele’s work on the dossier was funded explicitly by the Democratic National Committee and Hillary’s campaign. What this means is that the unknown Republican Donors were at no point involved with the overseas fact gathering of this.

    Liberal Media Talking Heads will continue to push this nonsensical theory to keep Russiagate alive, don’t be fooled its dead.

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