The dirty Trump dossier: what no one is talking about

The dirty Trump dossier: what no one is talking about

A British spy’s fantastical story

by Jon Rappoport

October 27, 2017

“Excuse me, can you help me? I’m a spy.” (Doctor Who)

First, a bit of background.

The dirty Trump dossier made several claims:

One: Russia had strong blackmail material on Trump and could thus control him;

Two: Most damning in that material, Trump used prostitutes while he was in Russia, and paid several of them to urinate on a hotel bed Obama had once slept in;

Three: Russia hacked DNC (Democratic National Committee) emails and passed them on WikiLeaks, who published them. The emails were damaging to Hillary and helped Trump win the election;

Four: Russia wanted Trump to win the election.

Major media are now covering the Trump dossier from a new angle—who paid a British ex-spy to assemble it?

And the answer everyone already knew—Hillary Clinton’s camp and the Democratic National Committee—is out in the open.

Follow the bouncing ball. It goes this way:

During the 2016 presidential campaign, the Hillary team and the DNC funneled some $9 million to a Hillary lawyer, Marc Elias, and his law firm, Perkins-Cole.

That money then went to a research firm, GPS Fusion, who passed some part of it on to a British ex-spy, Christopher Steele. Steele had once worked in Russia and allegedly had many connections there.

Steele put together the Trump dossier after consulting with a number of Russians and spreading some money around. He gave the dossier to his employer, GPS Fusion. The dossier found its way to many media outlets, who sat on it for a while and eventually decided to run with it and slam Trump without let-up.

Steele also took the dossier to the FBI (and other intelligence agencies in the US and England). The FBI offered to pay Steele to keep digging up dirt on Trump!—but when the dossier went public and the media trumpeted its claims, the FBI withdrew its offer.

Given that background, let’s go deeper.

The fact that Hillary’s team paid to get damaging info on Trump is no surprise. It’s called opposition research, and many candidates engage in it.

But paying Steele to put together the dossier and hiding the payments —that’s illegal. It’s also a ruse to parlay the un-vetted dossier into a pretext for: Democrat eavesdropping on Trump and his associates, as well as Robert Mueller’s investigation of Trump.

The contents of the dossier are open to question. Is Steele’s research accurate?

And here is what no one is examining in any depth. Steele claims, in the dossier, that he was talking with a number of well-placed Russian officials. That’s where he obtained his information.

What? Why would these Russians speak with him? Why would these Russians expose a purported plot, built by their own colleagues, under Putin’s orders, to hand the election to Trump?

If such a plot existed, it would be a tightly controlled secret.

Yet, here are Russian intelligence people spilling the beans to Steele, a former British spy.

And by spilling the beans, they’re risking their own lives, because there is a good chance their Russian colleagues and superiors will be able to track them down and identify them, since they’ve had connections to Steele in the past.

Steele appears to have pulled off an intelligence op for the ages. He goes to Russia, sits down with a number of Russian intel people, asks them questions, and they tell him all about a top-secret plot to sway a US election. No problem.

Keep this in mind as well. While Steele worked for MI-6, the British spy agency, he was stationed in Moscow (1990-92) using a diplomatic cover. In order to put together the numerous Russian sources he was able to tap years later while assembling the Trump dossier, Steele must have blown his cover to pieces as he cultivated those Russian intel sources back in the 1990s. Odd, to say the least.

Let’s imagine a similar scenario playing out in the US. During a campaign to elect a president of Russia, a Russian ex-spy who once worked at the Russian Embassy in Washington, under diplomatic cover, comes to the US and sits down with a few of his old pals from the CIA.

Risking their reputations, careers, and lives, these CIA people tell him that, under orders from the president of the US, they’ve been putting together files on one of the Russian presidential candidates. They tell him they favor this candidate. They tell him they have important blackmail info on this candidate and can control him if he wins the Russian election. THEY HAND HIM THE MOST IMPORTANT INFO IN THE FILES.

Poof. No problem. The Russian ex-spy returns to Russia with the info.

Really? How likely is that?

If we bend and twist credulity, and assume Christopher Steele did extract highly secret info about a Russian plot to hand the election to Trump and then control Trump as a Russian asset—if we assume all that to be true, well, we have just uncovered a MAJOR FRACTURE in the Russian intelligence establishment.

We have uncovered a volatile rebellion in the Russian ranks, a rebellion against Putin himself. This rebellion is so relentless, the Russian instigators are willing to risk life and limb to forward it.

Their hostility toward Putin is so great, they’ve picked this operation—Russia influencing the US election on behalf of Trump—to torpedo the president of Russia.

If you were Putin, what could you do? The answer is obvious, and what you could do would be quite effective:

“All right, men, I’ve brought you here because I trust you, and I’d better be right in that trust. I want you to collect every shred of information that exists on this British spy, Steele, going all the way back to when he was first stationed in Moscow. I want to know everyone he knew, everyone he had coffee and drinks and lunches and dinner with—every single Russian. I want you to unearth every detail, and find out who he tapped a year ago, when he put together this Trump dossier. Give me names. Don’t fail.”

Of course, these Russians who supposedly handed over key information to Steele already knew, at the time, that this would happen. They would be hounded and most likely exposed. But…they didn’t care. They were willing to go to the wall.

OR…Steele never accumulated all the information in the Trump dossier. He made unwarranted leaps of inference. He inflated information. He invented key facts. He wanted to satisfy his employers, GPS Fusion, Hillary Clinton, and the DNC. They wanted dirt on Trump, and he gave them dirt.

For example, Steele claims, in the Trump dossier, that he discovered Russians hacked the DNC servers, extracted thousands of emails, and passed them on WikiLeaks. The implication is, Russian operatives told Steele about the plot.

As we know, there has been a great deal of discussion around this point. Was there a hack of DNC emails, or was it a leak from inside the DNC? Without trying to draw a final conclusion from myriad technical and political analysis, I’ll point to a statement, published in The Nation, by a several analysts from the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS):

“For more than a year, we have been pointing out that any data acquired by a hack would have had to come across the Internet. The blanket coverage of the Internet by the NSA, its UK counterpart GCHQ, and others would be able to produce copies of that data and show where the data originated and where it went. But US intelligence has produced no evidence that hacking by Russia led to it acquiring the DNC e-mails and passing them on to WikiLeaks.”

That’s a cogent point. If Steele really did extract a confession from Russian intelligence officials pointing to a Russian hack of the DNC emails, why doesn’t the NSA or GCHQ confirm it and show us the evidence?

All in all, Steele has built a Trump dossier based on his highly questionable access to Russian intelligence professionals. If at this point, he cares about convincing us he’s on the level, he’ll have to do a lot of talking. At a recent photo op, he declined to comment on anything more than how happy he was to get back to work for his current private-sector company, Chawton Holdings. Otherwise, he was a silent bland egg.

That isn’t going to cut it.

We’re left with a fantastical story about his penetration of Russian higher-ups. Daniel Craig could play the Steele role in a Netflix series, and a bunch of good Russian actors who’ve been hanging around since the early James Bond movies, hoping for work, could step in, but beyond that, Steele has nothing to offer.

I’m working on the Netflix script. Here are the first few lines:

Steele: Hi, Ivan, remember me?

Ivan: Why, it’s Chris Steele! Haven’t seen you in years. Let’s see, you were working for MI-6 in the old days here in Moscow, right? Pretending you were a diplomat. Yes, we had a few lunches back then.

Steele: Right. Look, I was wondering whether you can tell me anything about a super-secret file you guys are building on Donald Trump. This is the off the record, of course.

Ivan: Sure. We’re blackmailing him. If we can help him win the election, he’ll be under our control, completely. This is a Putin operation. I don’t like it myself. I think it’s over the top. Anything I can do to put a thorn in Putin’s side, I’m ready to help. It’s a little noisy here in the restaurant. Why don’t we go over to my office and I’ll show you all the data.

Steele: That’d be great.

Ivan: We also hacked the DNC and stole thousands of emails. We’re leaking them to Julian Assange. Be sure to keep my name out of it.

Steele: Of course.

Ivan: Putin wants Trump to win. I don’t like Trump or Putin. I prefer Hillary. I assume you do, too.

Steele: Well, sure. I’m working for her. That’s why I’m here.

Ivan: Wonderful…

It’s a sure-fire hit.

It’s so believable.

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(To read about Jon’s collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

23 comments on “The dirty Trump dossier: what no one is talking about

  1. Reblogged this on John Barleycorn and commented:

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  3. Bobbi White says:

    Awesome. Jack Posobiec was just reporting on this. Maybe he read your article. Awesome. /watch?v=iyg682jSX8Q

  4. Bobbi White says:

    I meant the Uranium One -Bundy connection

  5. alan says:

    Clinton (during the debates) all but declaired war with Russia. What a shock Russia/Putin would prefer Trump; who suggested talking to Russia/Putin vs. Hillary calling for WW3. That said the dossier is complete BS.

    • gecko says:

      hillary is dick cheney in pant suit. forget russians, good for us she failed.

      is there such a thing as ex spy? this suggests deep state had hand in it.

  6. Michael says:

    Ah that’s all fantasy though, the real issue…

    Trump, nearly a quarter way into his term and not a single manufacturing job created. That’s gotta be a record. N’est ce pas.

    Trump…the wall! The WALL…have you even bought any fucking bricks yet, you asshole.

    “Is Hillary going to jail soon Donald, or are you guys still partying and laughin your asses off rolling on the floor tickling each other, at how stupid the American voter is…”

    “Donald I think, people have woke up to how full of shit you are. C’mon, you and Lindsey Graham are BFF’s now, WTF. What next Donald, sleep overs and comet pizza at Mitch McConnell place.”

    “Donald, what can you tell me bout the California fires, I hear it’s a fix for Agenda…what is it now, 21, 25, 35.  Are you still mad at California? Are you still upset at those Hollywood lefties”

    “Don Don, Don, how come you do everything Bibi does, they say your Bibi’s bitch mah. UNESCO…really. Not that I care about UNESCO. An American embassy to Jeruselem….hmmmmm. I notice the embassy in Tel Aviv it all in pink light for breast cancer…that’s cute. Maybe you could put it on the top shelf like everybody else does. So thoughtful, so preventable, such a farce, such a money maker…Maybe you could put a big, big pink bow in front of the building….hm. How bout, brown light next month for bullshit, El Jefe. With a big drippy sticky smelly brown bow. Because your bullshit Donald, all fucking bullshit.”

    *In the inner bowels of a pink lit building without a bow, in Tel Aviv at a news conference.*

    Donald:   Well, thank you very much.  It’s great to have Prime Minister Netanyahu with us today, a friend of mine for many years.  And it’s a real honor, I have to say.

    We’re going to be discussing many things; among them, peace between the Palestinians and Israel….Blah, balah, blah blaaa blaha… bla, bla, abla, ablaa.

    Bibi:  Great to see you.  Thank-you Misterrr President.

    Donald: No, thank-you

    Bibi: I said thank-you

    Donald: I said thank-you better

    Bibi: Thank-you Mr President.

    Donald: Thank-you, way bigger, better Bibi.

    Bibi: Thank-you really

    Donald: Thankkkk yooou


    Question:  Mr. President, do you plan to stay in the Iranian nuclear deal?

    Donald:  You’ll see very soon.  You’ll be seeing very soon. Very very soon, you’ll be seeing. Soon. Very soon. Very very very very very verrrry soon. That’s a nice pink, that light. Bibi…

    Bibi: ‘the spirit of the agreement’

    Donald: Yes, ‘the spirit of the agreement’

    Bibi: The agreement.

    Donald: The spirit of the agreement. Yes, the agreement.


    *Muzak in background, with a chorus of black gospels singers from the Jerusalem chapter of BLM singing, “If you knew Bibi, like I knew Bibi, oh..gee, oh..what a guy.” *


    Question:    (Inaudible.)

    Donald:  We’re talking about it constantly.  Constantly.  We’re talking about plans constantly. We will be constantly talking about it constantly. But…there is the possibility that we will be talking about it endlessly constant. Constantly. Nanu nanu.


    Question:    Two-state solution?

    Donald:  We’ll see. We will have to look and see. We will be seeing. We will be looking and seeing constantly. And, looking…we’ll see. Looking and seeing, we’ll see.


    *God’s voice: Little jew bastard, fucking small handed little orange prick, god I hate when I make such mistakes, I’m so stewpid sometimes. I shouldn’t have quinoa in yogurt in the mornings when I’m creating shit.*

    *Mushroom cloud…lights, fade to black, annnnd. The End*

    • Steve Baker says:

      Meanwhile, Trump has undone a lot of the reckless acts, executive orders and other action (see letter to Colleges/Universities re Student Sexual harrassment) of King Obama.

      Hopefully, Trump can continue reversing all the harmful and illegal acts of King Obama.

      Very Please Trump Supporter.

    • elliottjab says:

      Geezuz – feel better?

    • From Quebec says:

      Wow Michael! How many weeds did you smoke before writing this insanity?
      I think we have here a Palestinian fan and a true hater of Trump and Israel.

      We have not seen you around for a while, were you to busy getting indoctrinated by the MSM?
      Everything you wrote about Trump is wrong.

      Here are the facts:

      Trump’s Many Accomplishments So Far:as august 2017:

      1) He got conservative judge Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court.
      2) The stock market is at an all-time high.
      3) Consumer confidence is at an all-time high.
      4) He created more than a million jobs by undoing Obama’s regulations.
      5) Mortgage applications for new homes is at a 7 year high.
      6) Unemployment rate is at a 16 year low.
      7) Signed the promoting women in entrepreneurship act.
      8) Gutted 800 Obama era regulations thus freeing up companies to hire again and get the economy moving once again.
      9) Ended the war on coal and caused a new mine for coal mining to open that will mine clean coal. He also put the miners back to work.
      10) Weakened Dodd-Frank regulations.
      11) Promotes buying and hiring American.
      12) Investments from major businesses such as Foxconn, Ford ,Toyota, Intel amd others will build here now.
      13) Reduced illegal immigration by over 70%.
      14) Bids for the border wall are underway.
      15) He’s fighting back against sanctuary cities.
      16) Changed the rules of engagement against ISIS.
      17) Drafted a plan to defeat ISIS.
      18) Worked to reduce the cost of the F-35 fighter jets.
      19) Imposed a five year lobbying plan.
      20) Sanctioned Iran over its’ missile program.
      21) Responded to Syria’s use of chemical weapons.
      22) Reduced tax reform plan.
      23) He’s renegotiating NAFTA.
      24) He withdrew from the Trans Pacific Partnership thus keeping jobs here.
      25) He pulled us out of the Paris Climate Accords thus saving us millions of dollars every year.
      26) Created a task force to reduce crime.
      27) The DOJ is targeting dangerous gangs like MS-13.
      28) Signed independence and economic growth law.
      29) Signed an executive order to protect police officers and target drug cartels.
      30) Signed an executive order for religious freedom.
      31) His administration is working on sending education back to the states.
      32) He’s fixing the dept. of Veterans affairs so now vets can choose their own doctors and be covered. This also protects whistle blowers and allows VA to terminate bad employees..
      33) Authorized construction of the Keystone and Dakota pipelines. The Dakota pipeline is up and running without harming the environment.
      34) Created commissions on election fraud and opioid addiction.
      35) Food stamp use is the lowest level in seven years.
      36) Reduced the White House payroll saving taxpayers millions of dollars.
      37) He’s donating his salary to various causes.
      38) Signed 52 pieces of legislation.
      39) Cut 600 billion from UN peacekeeping mission.
      40) Gas prices lowest in more than 12 years.

      And by the way Michael. I like Don and Bibi.

    • winchesterIIIrd says:

      Perhaps you would like to start a new job and EVERYONE you work with and work for want you gone, and in trying to get you fired, refuse to allow you to do your job by not doing theirs and blaming it all on you?!
      Then let your boss chew you out and ask you why you’re not getting anything done!
      Just giving this matter a little thought and intelligent thinking, one need not ask such stupid questions.

    • Dee says:

      Wow, Michael, you sound like you’re on crack.

  7. IMNAHA says:

    Meanwhile back at the NYT the reporters are angry that Marc Elias lied to them, imagine that: A LAWYER ACTUALLY HAD THE UMITIGATED GALL TO LIE TO THE PRESS!! I wonder if that’s a felony offense, if so I’m sure other top liars preparing the prosecution as we speak. Talk about a classic limited hang out job. Sorry but it’s time for the “gray lady” to check out of this world…

  8. Jennifer says:

    Shared on Facebook and Twitter! Outstanding job, explaining to those who are so stupid they believe, why they should never, ever believe any of it!

  9. It’s certainly not the Russians we ought to be concerned about; it’s the bloody Brits.

  10. From Quebec says:

    These people are in the wrong business. they should write Soap Operas, they would have much more success.

  11. Al says:

    continue with your Net Flicks movie Jon….. they will need it..

  12. garylandggsboo says:

    All this plays rather like a “Yellowcake Uranium” story, doesn’t it?

    • Chris Houston says:

      No yellowcake is being mined in Malheur county 70 miles from Oregon standoff by Uranium One, they have a shell company called Oregon Energy LLC who is doing it. as we speak.

  13. Steve says:

    This whole affair is nothing more than political theatre for the dumbed down masses… A mere distraction…. You don’t punish those in your circle of influence for fear that some day they may do the same to you… Doesn’t matter what comes out, nobody of any importance will pay!

  14. Gary Fielder says:

    Q:How do you know someone is a British spy?
    A: He has a British accent.

  15. Guy Flaneur says:

    The law firm is Perkins-COIE, not as you have it.

    “During the 2016 presidential campaign, the Hillary team and the DNC funneled some $9 million to a Hillary lawyer, Marc Elias, and his law firm, Perkins-Cole.”

  16. Jim says:

    Well done. The Steele story is a joke.

    However, Trump is no answer to the establishment politicians. He’s totally in the pocket of the Zionists, has no fixed beliefs, and will go along with almost anything as long as his ego and/or bank account are pumped up. According to Seymour Hersh, he ordered cruise missile strikes against the Syrian regime even though the intelligence community told him they had no evidence that the regime used chemical weapons in its April 4 attack. Of course, the bigger scandal with respect to these strikes is that the establishment and its controlled media did not use the Hersh story (tellingly published in a German newspaper and not an American one) to destroy Trump, whom they supposedly hate, hate, hate. Just shows that the bigger priority is carrying out the balkanization of the Middle East, setting up Israel as the only real power in the region.

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