President Donald Trump says he hopes Attorney General William Barr will investigate Hillary Clinton’s collusion with Ukraine to influence the 2016 presidential election and her financing of the discredited Steele dossier that jump-started the Russian collusion hoax.
“The dossier was a disgrace,” Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity. “Now it has been proven to be fake. They tried to release it before the election to affect the election…I would like the Attorney General to find out what’s going on. Because we are investigating corruption.”
Trump says the unending witch hunts that have roiled his presidency must never happen again to another president. Why? Because it funnels taxpayer-funded resources away from addressing the serious problems facing the country.
“This should never happen to our country again and that should never happen to another president again,” President Trump said.
The president noted that the Democrats began plotting to obstruct and impeach him before he even took office. This is an unconstitutional coup to undo the results of the 2016 election and subvert the will of the 63 million Americans who voted for Trump.
As BizPac Review reported, Hillary’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee paid opposition-research firm Fusion GPS for the discredited “Steele dossier” that the Democrats used to promote the false narrative that the Trump campaign had colluded with Russia.
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In 2016, Fusion GPS hired former British spy Christopher Steele to investigate Trump’s real-estate activities in Russia in a bid to tie Trump to Russian operatives.
The Clinton campaign paid Perkins Coie — the law firm of Hillary’s campaign lawyer Marc Elias — $5.6 million for 18 months of “research” (between June 2015 and December 2016) to dig up dirt on Trump. The DNC separately paid Perkins Coie $3.6 million.
So that’s a total of $9.2 million that Hillary wasted (in campaign donations from voters) on a sham dossier for dirt on her political opponent.
Christopher Steele, who worked in Moscow during his days as an MI6 agent, then compiled the 35-page “dirty dossier” containing salacious allegations to smear Donald Trump, but did not prove he had colluded with Russia.
In January 2017, anti-Trump Senator John McCain gave the dossier to then-FBI director James Comey even though it contained no evidence of collusion but merely smears against Trump.
The Steele dossier was then used by the FBI to launch a fruitless taxpayer-funded investigation into whether the Trump campaign had colluded with Russia. In April 2019, Robert Mueller concluded in his final report that there was no evidence of collusion.
The left has repeatedly accused the right of doing whatever they themselves are guilty of. Take Ukraine, for example. The Democrats are accusing President Trump of a quid-pro-quo to deflect attention away from Joe Biden’s abuse of power toward Ukraine.
In March 2019, Ukraine’s Prosecutor General revealed that he launched a criminal investigation into a Clinton-Ukraine collusion plot to rig the 2016 election in Hillary’s favor. What’s more, the prosecutor says he has audio proof.
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