The New York Times is slowly backtracking its role in perpetuating the Russia collusion delusion, now acknowledging that the “dossier” compiled by former British Intelligence officer Christopher Steele and used by the Clinton-Obama Deep State apparatus to spy on the 2016 Trump campaign may in fact be a farce. The Times reported, “[T]he release on Thursday of the report by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, underscored what had grown clearer for months- that while many Trump aides had welcomed contacts with the Russians, some of the most sensational claims in the dossier appeared to be false, and others were impossible to prove.” This is a stark admission from a fake-news rag that has defended the Mueller investigation as sacrosanct.
Here’s more from The Daily Wire…
The salacious and uncorroborated “dossier” compiled by ex-British Intelligence officer Christopher Steele was used by the media to justify its endless attacks on President Donald Trump and accuse him of treason.
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The dossier was never anything more than opposition research paid for by Fusion GPS – and not even good opposition research at that. Steele reported rumors and gossip, including some Internet comments, to bolster his report.
What wasn’t corroborated was downright debunked by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, including the allegations that former Trump attorney Michael Cohen went to Prague to meet with Russians.