FBI Use Of The Golden Showers Dossier In FISA Request Pretty Much Validates It (TWEETS/VIDEO)

A scathing dossier about our president was released by Buzzfeed a while back. While many said it didn’t hold up, we now have evidence that it just might be true.




Golden Ticket

Back in January, BuzzFeed released a Russian dossier on President Donald Trump. It’s a fancy term for a report on someone. In this case, that report claimed Trump has extremely deep ties to Russia. Not to mention a golden shower fetish that inspired a burger.

Of course he cried foul, saying the entire dossier was false. Americans certainly didn’t expect him to admit to such allegations.

To summarize, the dossier basically said that Trump has been Vladimir Putin’s puppet for five years and would blackmail him with Russian sexual encounters. It also claims that Trump has financial dealings in that country.

Much to our delight, the dossier might just be true.

Russian Spy

Carter Page is an oil industry consultant who became Trump’s foreign policy advisor during the campaign. In addition to all of these coincidental Russian meetings coming out, he’s suspected of acting as a foreign agent. In order to investigate him though, the FBI needed credible evidence.




Enter the dossier.

It was written by Christopher Steele, a man who spent two decades spying in Moscow on behalf of M16 out of Britain. One of the biggest parts of the dossier, however, has to do with Page.

It claims that not only did he act as an intermediary between the Trump campaign and Russia, but that Russian officials offered him a deal. Lift U.S. sanctions in Russia, and Page and his associates could get a 19 percent stake in Russian oil.

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Trump can deny the dossier is true and chalk up all of those Russian meetings as ‘coincidental,’ but it speaks volumes when the FBI uses it as a roadmap.

Drip, drip, drip.

Watch this video to see Rachel Maddow show more validity in the dossier:

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