When you play dirty in American politics, there is always a chance that you’ll come away stained and stinking.
That is precisely what seems to be happening for Hillary Clinton this week as the world becomes aware of her campaign’s involvement with a notorious “dossier” that purports to detail some very inmate and unsanitary factoids about our current Commander in Chief and his time in Russia.
During the election, mainstream “news” sources CNN and Buzzfeed released reports chronicling a supposed “dossier” in which prostitutes from Moscow painted a highly salacious picture of Donald Trump as a man with certain, filthy fetishes. These women of the night were allegedly selling their secrets to the Kremlin in order for the Russian government to have blackmail power over the future U.S. President. The only problem is that no one can verify the sources of this information, making the entire story simply a figment of the left’s imagination and a journalistic misstep worthy of a career-destroying lawsuit.
We learned earlier this week that Hillary Clinton’s campaign was involved in the financing of this dossier, adding a vile layer to the already rotten onion of the democrats’ behavior during 2016, and sending several liberals to seek out brick walls on which to bang their heads in frustration.
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Now, a more intense peek into how exactly the former First Lady is involved with said document has revealed a number of legal avenues that her opponents could pursue, not the least of which is to examine the dossier’s financing against campaign finance laws.
“The revelation that Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund a salacious anti-Trump dossier last year is raising new legal questions for the Clinton team — with a watchdog group filing a formal complaint alleging they hid the payments from public view.
“The Campaign Legal Center filed the complaint Wednesday with the Federal Election Commission, accusing the DNC and Clinton’s campaign committee of breaking campaign finance law by failing to accurately disclose the money spent on the Trump-Russia dossier.
“The Washington Post reported this week — and Fox News confirmed — that the political consulting firm Fusion GPS was retained last year by Marc E. Elias, an attorney representing the DNC and the Clinton campaign. The firm then hired former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele to write the now-infamous dossier.”
Once again, and unsurprisingly, we find ourselves staring at the democratic party with disgust, and wondering if and when Hillary Clinton will finally be called to the carpet for her incredibly long career of criminality.
This latest affront to American society comes as the DNC and Clinton are both being blamed for the coming disintegration of the democratic party after a massive campaign of collusion was unearthed by Wikileaks, possibly after being hand-fed Clinton campaign emails from former DNC staffer Seth Rich. Rich was mysteriously murdered shortly after in a case that has yet to be solved to the public’s satisfaction.