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Much has been said and written about how history will judge President Trump.
But there’s one thing all reasonable people can agree on – how history will judge the Democrats’ Russia scare.
There have been Russia scares and USSR-scares every so often throughout American history, usually with stupid, shallow political causes behind them.
Like Hillary Clinton’s supporters being driven so insane by losing to Trump that they invented a story about Russia being at war with the USA. And then got the Deep State to “investigate” it.
Now, the “Trump dossier” that was a major ingredient in the FBI making its case to BEGIN the Trump-Russia collusion investigation, is being called into question.
Ah, but that’s not what’s so significant.
What’s significant is that the dossier’s own researchers now doubt its truthfulness.
More from Breitbart:
Glenn R. Simpson, the co-founder of the controversial opposition research firm Fusion GPS, admitted in testimony that he is not sure whether some of the most controversial claims inside the infamous, 35-page anti-Trump dossier produced by his company are true or false.
Fusion GPS hired Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence agent, to do the work cited in the anti-Trump dossier.
In November 14 testimony before the House Select Committee on Intelligence released last week, Simson was asked to provide an example of “something that he (Steele) produced to you that you found to be not credible?”
Simpson replied thusly (emphasis added):
“No I don’t think anything comes to mind. I mean, I must say my original reaction to all this was to suspend judgment. I was not particularly interested in some of the things that he found that are among the most controversial, because I didn’t think they were useful or important for what I was trying to do.
And so I to this day can’t tell you whether a lot of those things I just don’t have a strong view as to whether they are false or true, per se. But what we did do is look at names and places and people and whether they matched up with information we could get elsewhere. And all of that, as far as it went, checked out. I haven’t seen anything that has contradicted anything in the memos to date, at least not that I can think of.”
Like and Share to help let the conservative blogosphere spread the word – the Trump dossier is now an admitted work of fiction.
But don’t think about how much money the government has wasted on it! Blegh.