Christopher Steele Produced a 2nd Dossier on Trump and It’s Really Bad (Again)

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To navigate the rules of certain social media platforms, our reports refer to “s*x” as s*x – as we’re sure you’ll understand and appreciate because there are emerging reports of a second, follow-up Christopher Steele dossier. This second dossier asserts that the Russians have even more Trump s*x tapes, there are further reports about Russian election meddling, and it sets out even more Manafort contacts with Russians.

Some of us were confused as to how Trump could walk around screaming “No collusion!” when the Mueller report (making the same findings as Steele) found that Paul Manafort had contacts with certain Russian oligarchs. When one has a campaign director who is giving information to Russian oligarchs, that sounds a lot like some kind of collusion. Despite the fact that no one has proven, yet, that Trump works in cooperation with Putin, we choose to “speculate” that Nancy Pelosi had a reason for pointing her finger at Trump while saying, “With you, all roads lead to Putin.”

And now there is more information from the same Christopher Steele, comprised of what they call “raw intelligence,” meaning it hasn’t been vetted but could be entirely reliable. It was reliable enough for Steele to include it. From the Sidney Morning Herald:

The second dossier contains raw intelligence that makes further claims of Russian meddling in the US election and also references claims regarding the existence of further s*x tapes. The second dossier is reliant on separate sources to those who supplied information for the first reports.

The fact the FBI continued to receive intelligence from Steele, who ran MI6’s Russia desk from 2006 to 2009 before setting up Orbis, is potentially significant because it shows his work was apparently still being taken seriously after Trump took hold of the reins of power. 

Trump and his crew made a big deal about the fact that the Clinton campaign hired Steele to find raw intelligence on Trump, but Steele turned what he found over to the FBI. Trump and his people saw this as clear evidence that Steele was against him personally and it was all a giant conspiracy to get Trump. To us, it sounded like clear evidence that Steele found stuff that scared him so much that he reported it to the FBI. Steele knows the value of intelligence and believed our people needed to see what he found, thinking the United States would be eternally grateful for avoiding the Manchurian candidate.

That was the theory.

Trump’s tribe also made Steele out to be this dumbass solo investigator walking around picking up rumors. We choose to believe that the British, renowned for their world-class intelligence agencies, wouldn’t promote a dumbass to oversee the intelligence coming out of NATO’s main adversary, Russia.

Intelligence gathered by Steele for his second dossier is understood to include further details of Manafort’s alleged Russian contacts. Earlier this month, news sources in the US reported that Konstantin Kilimnik, an associate of Manafort, had passed Trump campaign polling and strategy information to Russian intelligence sources.

Passing internal campaign polling and strategy to Russian agents sounds like collusion, given the Russians manipulated our social media environment prior to 2016.

There are some of us who will never believe that there was not extensive Russian collusion with the Trump campaign regarding the 2016 presidential election and likely further into 2020. None of this is proven. It is speculation. But some of us choose to believe that Occam is pointing at something rather obvious. Does anyone recall Trump smiling this forcefully at any other point?

That is how a sophomore boy smiles at the head varsity cheerleader when teamed up in Spanish class. Just noting it.

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Peace, y’all
Jason
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