Russian Prostitute Dossier Continues to Haunt Mueller’s Witch Hunt

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has spent an exorbitant amount of time on his preposterous Russian probe, with nothing to show as of now.

The slam dunk case that the democrats believed Mueller would be able to construct is simply not emerging, leaving many to rightfully believe that the entire investigation has turned into a “fishing expedition” aimed at undermining the President in unrelated ways.  Not only has Mueller delved deep into tax returns and hyperbole in an attempt to prove Russian election collusion, but it seems that a familiar piece of inadmissible misinformation is making the rounds in the Special Counsel’s witch hunt.

“The special counsel investigating whether Russia tried to sway the 2016 U.S. election has taken over FBI inquiries into a former British spy’s dossier of allegations of Russian financial and personal links to President Donald Trump’s campaign and associates, sources familiar with the inquiry told Reuters.

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“A report compiled by former MI6 officer Christopher Steele identified Russian businessmen and others whom U.S. intelligence analysts have concluded are Russian intelligence officers or working on behalf of the Russian government.

“A spokesman for special counsel Robert Mueller declined comment. The FBI also declined comment.

“Three sources with knowledge of Mueller’s probe said his investigators have assumed control of multiple inquiries into allegations by U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia interfered in the election to benefit Trump, a Republican.”

The spy dossier in question has been roundly regarded as a work of fiction, thanks to its unverifiable sources and undeniably salacious contents.

Unearthed and unethically published by Buzzfeed and CNN months ago, the sourceless document attempts to tell a scandalous tale of President Trump’s time in Russia, engaging with Muscovite prostitutes in unsavory and unsanitary acts of perversion.  The implied use of this information was to blackmail the businessman-turn-President in return for the Kremlin gaining influence in Washington D.C. during Trump’s time in the Oval Office.

The allegations are absurd, but their publication was even more bizarre, given that the documents are unverifiable in origin and would not pass even the most amateur journalistic standards.  Now, to see such information possibly being reviewed in Robert Mueller’s already misguided and ineffective investigation is truly a worrisome indication of how far the left is willing to stoop in order to insult our Commander in Chief.

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