For the past year, you couldn’t turn on the TV, open a newspaper or click on a news website without hearing about how Russia got Trump elected.
But the closest thing to proof was the “Trump dossier” — a sketchy list of accusations about Trump being controlled and blackmailed by Russia.
The most outrageous allegation is that Trump had sex parties with prostitutes in Russian hotels. On how many layers is that absurd?
Now look at the news that broke this week, in the Democrat-owned Washington Post:
It turns out that the fake news about Trump and Russia was created by a propaganda company called Fusion GPS.
First, a GOP donor paid them to investigate Trump’s background. But when that donor stopped paying for the research, Marc E. Elias, a lawyer whose firm was paid $5.6 million by the Clinton campaign, paid for the work to continue.
Tonight I’ll explain who’s who in this scandal, like Christopher Steele, a British “spy for hire” paid by the FBI to write this crude, salacious fiction.
Notice that the Globe and Mail or the CBC or the Toronto Star haven’t put a reporter on this story.
Because in their own way, they were colluding on it, too...
NEXT: Earlier this year, members of The Rebel team and I travelled to Iraq in investigate the genocide of Christians in the region, and bring them humanitarian aid. Since our return, we've been working on a full-length documentary about what we saw.
I'm pleased to announce that international law attorney and activist Jennifer Breedon is taking over production of the documentary. Tonight, she comes on to talk about this project, which is about a subject close to her heart.
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We look back on other times the Left has used children as political weapons.