Of all of the attacks that the President has endured over the course of the last few years, none was as patently absurd as the alleged “Steele Dossier”.
This dossier, whose origins are quite murky at this point, seems to have been the brainchild of liberal democrats who were hoping to smear the President as some sort of sexual maniac. The claims in the dossier are that Vladimir Putin has been blackmailing President Donald Trump with information about his unsanitary practices with prostitutes in Moscow. According to the unverified, (and unverifiable), dossier, Trump has a penchant for what we’ll call “purposeful incontinence”, as to avoid the crude and lewd language of the mainstream corporate media.
The bizarre nature of the story didn’t simply end there, however, as the documents themselves seem intrinsically tied to the democratic party’s powerful leadership.
And we mustn’t forget that the true impetus of these rumors likely came from decades-old Wall Street Journal nonsense.
Now, as if to simply confirm what many of us have already suspected, the dossier itself was likely bankrolled by the big-daddy of liberal kingmakers himself: George Soros.
George Soros has indirectly funded Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm behind the infamous Steele dossier, a spokesman for the billionaire financier has acknowledged.
Michael Vachon, the Soros aide, told Washington Post columnist David Ignatius that Soros provided a grant to a nonprofit group called the Democracy Integrity Project.Advertisement - story continues below
That organization, which was formed in 2017 by Daniel Jones, a former Senate Intelligence Committee staffer for Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, paid Fusion GPS as a contractor to continue an investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
The Post column confirms what a Washington, D.C., lawyer named Adam Waldman told The Daily Caller News Foundation about a conversation he had with Jones in March 2017.
The news comes on the heels of a tumultuous speech given to the United Nations by President Trump in which he railed against the “false song” of globalism, as it has been described in the past.
This directly flies in the face of men such as Soros, who are enormous proponents of the anti-sovereignty worldview.