For those that don’t quite remember who Christopher Steele is, he is the British spy who was the one that wrote the horrible piece of fiction that later came to be known as the Russian dossier.
This bad creative writing assignment later came to be known as one of the catalysts for the scam of an investigation that has lasted over two years and cost twenty five million dollars.
This investigation that has taken up so much time and money has turned out to be a big bag of nothing.
That being said, it might be hard to believe but good old Christopher Steele just told a London court that he was actually the one that was hired to write that awful nonsense in an effort to challenge the legitimacy of the election in the event that Donald Trump won.
Really now, why could he have not said this two years ago?
We’ve reported many times about the curious case of the sudden resignation on the day after Trump’s inauguration of the British Intel leader (GCHQ) Robert Hannigan. See our report below then ask if it’s possible that our previous administration went around our intel agencies? Was Hannigan, a promising leader, involved in something he had to resign over?
The Washington Times reported Monday (original links):
He said the law firm Perkins Coie wanted to be in a position to contest the results based on evidence he unearthed on the Trump campaign conspiring with Moscow on election interference.
His scenario is contained in a sealed Aug. 2 declaration in a defamation law suit brought by three Russian bankers in London. The trio’s American attorneys filed his answers Tuesday in a libel lawsuit in Washington against the investigative firm Fusion GPS, which handled the former British intelligence officer.