The moment you think Arizona Sen. John McCain can’t go any lower than he already is, you are wrong! Recent report reveals that the GOP Senator aided the FBI under Comey’s charge and possibly the DNC into sabotaging President Trump, before and after he stepped into office.
It has been discovered that James Comey’s FBI funded the bogus Trump dossier to the tune of $100K+ with the help of McCain who brokered the deal.
Now, new evidence from court documents and intelligence sources raise suspicions that McCain may have chipped in financially with the FBI or privately funded the counterfeit research, either himself or through his shady foundation.
The money for the research firm of former spooks — Fusion GPS’s report could have come from multiple entities:
- The FBI, through a black-budget fund
- John McCain campaign coffers and connections
- McCain’s foundation: Arizona State University’s McCain Institute for International Leadership
- Hillary Clinton-backed campaign operatives who paid $1 million for the research
According to a court document from a British lawsuit against the author of the Fusion GPS report, Christopher Steele, McCain along with a man named David Kramer were the first people to obtain the Trump dossier.
Kramer previously worked for the State Department under Hillary Clinton. During the 2016 election, he served as senior director for Arizona State University’s McCain Institute for International Leadership.
McCain and Kramer shopped the damaging dossier to the U.S. media, hoping that the press would jump on the opportunity to smear Trump. These included: The New York Times, The Washington Post, Yahoo News, the New Yorker and CNN and others. Only lowly liberal rag sheet Mother Jones took the poisoned bait and sprinted to publish portions of the dossier.
When that failed, McCain shopped the dossier to Comey. The FBI cut what now appears to be a side deal to further underwrite Steele’s unfounded research, reports UConservative.
McCain issued a statement on Jan. 11, one day after Buzzfeed News published the explosive dossier, indicating that he had received the document prior to it being made public and “Upon examination of the contents, and unable to make a judgment about their accuracy, [he] delivered the information to the director of the FBI.”