The Steele Dossier & the Obama State Department
“Our [US] ambassador to Ukraine thought that Steele’s reports were “flakey,” Nuland thought they were “extreme”, Fitton stated in last week’s Weekly Update.
“Corrupt” is a word Tom Fitton uses often to describe Christopher Steele and his relationship to the Obama State Department. With newly obtained documents detailing how senior Obama State Department officials “knew he had flakey reports and yet they worked with him to take out Trump,” this couldn’t be more true, at least according to Fitton. “Our [US] ambassador to Ukraine thought that Steele’s reports were “flakey,” Nuland thought they were “extreme”, Fitton explained on Friday.
“Steele had a big in with the the State Department. He was providing them with all kinds of “intelligence” reports through his company, Orbis.”
As detailed in a recent Judicial Watch press release, Steele and State Department official Jonathan Winer “worked closely together to create aspects of the [Steele] dossier that were used to target Trump.” Judicial Watch uncovered this close cooperation after almost two years of investigations, an effort which now demonstrates that “Christopher Steele had a willing partner with the Obama State Department, despite top officials having little confidence in his work.” “The Obama Administration had multiple warnings that Steele was unreliable though they used his garbage dossier to target Trump and of course the court was never told that these reports were considered flakey.”
“Once again, this is coming out not because of voluntary disclosures by the agencies, it’s because of litigation,” Fitton concluded. “I don’t know where we’d be without Judicial Watch.”
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