There has been no shortage in liberal attempts to delegitimize U.S. President Donald Trump’s electoral victory over Hillary Clinton in the last 14 months, but none was more infamous than the Russian “dossier”.
This alleged document was brought to us by a convoluted bit of collusion between the democrats and Fusion GPS, a strange shell company who apparently did the “digging” required to garner the information. More on that in a bit, however.
The dossier itself was meant to serve as an explanation in the bizarre democratic conspiracy theory stating that Donald Trump is some sort of Kremlin double agent who both “never wanted to be President” and then “illicit Russian help” to become President. (Liberal logic, ladies and gentlemen).
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In the dossier were a series of statements that alluded to Russian blackmail of Trump using information provided by alleged Muscovite prostitutes with whom Trump would visit. The information was salacious and unsanitary, claiming that Donald Trump would request filthy, bathroom-inspired sex acts of these young women, and that this information was utilized by the Kremlin in order to “control” Trump.
It sounds absolutely insane because it is absolutely insane.
Despite the unverifiable sources and thorough debunking of the dossier, it has remained a piece of American popular culture thanks to the incredibly misguided, (and obnoxious), “resistance” movement within the leftist circles of the nation. This has led to a wide range of attacks on its alleged authenticity, with the latest coming from the halls of Congress.
“Two Republican senators are asking the Department of Justice to open a criminal investigation into Christopher Steele, the author of a controversial opposition research dossier on President Trump.
“Sens. Chuck Grassley (Iowa) and Lindsey Graham (S.C.) sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray asking that they investigate if the former British intelligence agent lied to federal authorities.
“‘I don’t take lightly making a referral for criminal investigation. But, as I would with any credible evidence of a crime unearthed in the course of our investigations, I feel obliged to pass that information along to the Justice Department for appropriate review,’ Grassley said in a statement.
“Graham added that ‘after reviewing how Mr. Steele conducted himself in distributing information contained in the dossier and how many stop signs the DOJ ignored in its use of the dossier, I believe that a special counsel needs to review this matter.'”
These two senators, who were obviously not satisfied with the current perception of the dossier’s value, could be the brave Americans who finally blow the pesky paperwork back to the realm of imagination from whence it came.
Previously, the dossier’s tabloid-esque accusations were debunked as nothing more than elaborated-upon footnotes from decades-old Wall Street Journal editorials, yet very few Americans bothered to make the distinction.