The Clinton Dossier - Exposing the collusion between the DOJ and the Clintons
Thursday, February 08, 2018
BCF : There were many damning revelations in the Nunes memo released by a
House Intelligence Committee vote. But the most damning of them all
doesn’t raise questions about process, but about motive.
memo told us that the FISA application would not have happened without
the Steele dossier. The document known as the Steele dossier was a work
product of the Clinton campaign. Not only was Christopher Steele, the
former British intel agent who purportedly produced the document,
working for an organization hired by the Clinton campaign, but he shared
a memo with the FBI from Cody Shearer,
a Clinton operative, listing some of the same allegations as the ones
in his dossier. That memo has raised questions about whether Steele had
been doing original research or just dressing up a smear by Shearer.
A redacted memo
by Senate Judiciary Committee members Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham
also states that there was a second Steele memo based on information
that Steele had received from the State Department and which had been
passed along by "a friend of the Clintons." Victoria Nuland, a Clinton
protégé and top State Department official who helped cover up the Benghazi attack, recently went on a media tour in which she revealed that Steele had passed along his material to State. Shearer and Nuland are both Clinton associates. Under President
Clinton, Nuland had been Strobe Talbott’s Chief of Staff. Shearer was
Strobe Talbott’s brother-in-law and his connection to the Clintons.
Not only was the Steele dossier a work product of the Clinton
campaign, but the State Department, which had been run by Hillary
Clinton and staffed by many of her loyalists at the top, had been used
to route information to Steele from the Clintons, and then route
information back from Steele. Clintonworld had not only paid for the
Steele dossier, but influenced its content and passed it around.