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SET UP: Bank Connects Tower-Meeting Russian to Clinton-Backed Dossier

This could be the smoking gun in the democrats’ Russian ruse against Donald Trump.



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When this is all said and done, and Robert Mueller has hit the dusty trail back to retirement, we will likely still be talking about the saga of the Steele Dossier.

This purported collection of information claims that Vladimir Putin himself has been blackmailing Donald Trump, the President of The United States, with evidence showing that he has a fondness to performing unsanitary acts with prostitutes from Moscow.  The obvious assumption is that Putin threatened Trump with the release of this information, in exchange for the business mogul to run for and win the presidency in order to act as a Kremlin stooge.

Yes, it sounds farfetched, but no, this is really what the left believes…never mind that the dossier’s purported “bombshell” has already been linked back to decades-old rumors barely fit to print in the pages of The Wall Street Journal.

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Now, however, a new twist to the tale has arrived, and this one could be the missing link between the dirty dossier and the democratic party’s diabolically treasonous plan to undermine our national elections.

Wells Fargo in 2017 flagged half a million dollars in wire transfers and bank deposits to the account of Rinat Akhmetshin, a Russian-born lobbyist who has worked closely with opposition research firm Fusion GPS and also attended the infamous Trump Tower meeting.

According to BuzzFeed News, Wells Fargo flagged the transactions for the Treasury Department upon the request of federal investigators looking into the Trump Tower meeting, which was held on June 9, 2016.

Wells Fargo deemed the deposits suspicious because of “overseas origin” and because of “a suspicion that they showed Akhmetshin had violated federal lobbying law,” according to BuzzFeed.

Akhmetshin has been interviewed by several congressional committees and testified to the grand jury being used by special counsel Robert Mueller.

Knowing that the Steel Dossier itself was backed by democrats’ money, (namely by covert Clinton operatives), and knowing now that Akhmetshin was also at the infamous “Trump Tower Meeting”, leads to the inevitable conclusion that the latter event was a set-up all along.

With the Obama administration’s known spying on the Trump campaign, Hillary Clinton’s involvement in the Steel Dossier’s finances, and now Akhmetshin being tied to both, there is little room for the democrats to move here.

Each passing day brings us closer to the truth of the dossier’s origin, and closer to fully understanding how Obama, Clinton, and friendly Russians worked together to sabotage Donald Trump’s first term.


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