Hoax Dossier Author and Obama Justice Department, Sitting In A Tree…

For many Americans, the idea of a government full of scoundrels and ne’er do wells is expected, and, this was most certainly true while Barack Obama was at the helm of the ship.

Not only was Obama’s dubious democratic background a problem for those hoping to keep corruption out of the beltway, but he was a democrat from Chicago; a city whose political gangsters outnumber both their figurative rats and literal vermin as well.

To make this stew of unpleasant privilege and pomp even less appetizing, the former President surrounded himself with the like of Hillary Clinton – a snake the likes of which Washington had not seen before, and may never see again.

To put it simply, there was no chance of our government regaining any credibility points in the dark times that lied between 2008 and 2016.

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Now, there is ample evidence to show that Hillary Clinton was abusing every possible avenue of her Obama-appointed tenure as Secretary of State, including the use of pay-to-play schemes in which foreign leaders would make hefty donations to the former First Lady’s private charity in order to find an audience with her in her more official capacity.

As that bit of yarn has been tugged on, however, we are beginning to understand the true nature of the corruption within the greater Obama administration, including disturbing new details of connections between the Department of Justice and Christopher Steele – the author of the now infamous, unverifiable “dossier” that was allegedly used to blackmail Donald Trump in Russia.

“An Obama State Department official has acknowledged he had regular contact with the author of the controversial anti-Trump dossier – coming forward in an apparent bid to blunt expected criticism from the Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.

“In a Washington Post column posted late Thursday, Jonathan Winer detailed an extensive exchange of documents with ex-British spy Christopher Steele, a friend of his since 2009.

“He said he shared ‘more than 100 of Steele’s reports with the Russia experts at the State Department’ over a period of two years. These weren’t related to American politics – but he would later share information about the Trump dossier with the top levels of the Obama-era State Department.”

The dossier itself read more like a B-rate erotic novel than any piece of espionage ever created, and insinuates that President Donald Trump is under the thumb of the Russian government due to his unsavory and unsanitary preference in call-girl specialties.

Just before the election of 2016, CNN and Buzzfeed published this incredibly shocking claim as “true”, when, in fact, neither “news” source had done the least bit of work in order to verify the information held within.  As the story unraveled, it became clear that the dossier itself had no true sources, and may have simply been a rehashing of rumors from a decade-old Wall Street Journal article.

Now, understanding the full extent of Christopher Steele’s connections to the Obama administration, the picture becomes clearer than ever:  The concerted effort to derail Donald Trump on his way to the Oval Office was a conspiracy concocted and executed by a bitter democratic party whose loosening grip on American culture has signed their impending doom.

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