The article I’ve posted here is one of the most clarifying reports on the Russian-Trump-Trump jr. “collusion,” allegations from last year’s US Presidential elections. As usual in Washington DC, context is everything. It will shed light on how bogus the allegations are as well as much of the mainstream media is in the US and UK, the primary sources of information for these populations.
It raises a particularly interesting question: is the British intelligence community helping to prod, not only a regime change in the US (interference), but a nuclear confrontation with Russia as well (perhaps carried out with a different American leader more prone to ignite one than Trump)?
The entire article is a must read if you want to “connect the dots” in the absurd allegations concerning the Trump family and Russia.
The Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, actually hired GPS Fusion, a company started by two former Wall Street Journal reporters, that was employed by Democratic party operatives to develop opposition research on President Trump.
Even former Republican Presidential candidate, Jeb Bush, funded GPS Fusion efforts to generate reports about Trump’s past controversies as a real estate magnate.
But I’ll point you to the following paragraphs related to what caught my attention of most interest:
“It’s highly ironic that Trump is being accused of collusion with the Russians when Veselnitskaya allegedly claimed “she had information that individuals connected to Russia were funding the Democratic National Committee and supporting Hillary Clinton.”
Further former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan, Craig Murray stated six key points of the fake Trump dossier. What should be noted is that the this failed spy and his employers were trying to sell the U.S. and the world on the fact that Russia hacked the U.S. elections. An accusation that still has not turned up any evidence and it seems like this obvious forged report was going to be the evidence if it wasn’t exposed…”
See excerpts from the possible “forged report” and the rest of the article here: