There is nothing new about saying there is a massive conspiracy against President Trump.
Anyone who watches even five minutes of the mainstream news channels can see that talking heads and pundits cannot stop talking about how much they hate Trump. Newpaper editorial boards are no better, and the internet is filled with anti-Trump hate.
Liberal politicians have also been running around, fueling the witch hunt known as the Russia investigation. Instead of looking at the evidence and giving up, these corrupt “leaders” keep digging in the vain hope that they will find a reason to impeach the president.
None of this is particularly new or enlightening. Something else, however, just came to light that seriously shakes everything up.
As reported by New York Post:
A secretive Washington firm that commissioned the dubious intelligence dossier on Donald Trump is stonewalling congressional investigators trying to learn more about its connections to the Democratic Party.
The Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month threatened to subpoena the firm, Fusion GPS, after it refused to answer questions and provide records to the panel identifying who financed the error-ridden dossier, which was circulated during the election and has sparked much of the Russia scandal now engulfing the White House.
What is the company hiding? Fusion GPS describes itself as a “research and strategic intelligence firm” founded by “three former Wall Street Journal investigative reporters.” But congressional sources say it’s actually an opposition-research group for Democrats, and the founders, who are more political activists than journalists, have a pro-Hillary Clinton, anti-Trump agenda.
“These weren’t mercenaries or hired guns,” a congressional source familiar with the dossier probe said. “These guys had a vested personal and ideological interest in smearing Trump and boosting Hillary’s chances of winning the White House.”
Fusion GPS was on the payroll of an unidentified Democratic ally of Clinton when it hired a long-retired British spy to dig up dirt on Trump. In 2012, Democrats hired Fusion GPS to uncover dirt on GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney. And in 2015, Democratic ally Planned Parenthood retained Fusion GPS to investigate pro-life activists protesting the abortion group.
Moreover, federal records show a key co-founder and partner in the firm was a Hillary Clinton donor and supporter of her presidential campaign.
There is now a direct line between the disgusting anti-Trump leaks and the official Democratic Party leadership.
Previously, Democrats tried to distance themselves from the leaks. Though they used them to attack Trump before and after the election, they maintained that they came from anonymous sources and had nothing to do with the Democratic Party itself.
We now know that these were massive lies. Democrats close to the Hillary campaign actually paid a shadowy organization to spread rumors about Trump.
There is no longer any way that the Democrats can avoid taking responsibility for these lies. The dossier was filled with reprehensible and disgusting allegations – none of which were true – and everyone now knows that the Democratic Party is to blame.
Some people will be comfortable with these connections. Many accept that politics is a dirty game, and they are perfectly fine with people doing “whatever it takes.”
This attitude, however, is wrong and dangerous. The political process does not have to be dirty, disgusting, and filled with lies, and anyone who assumes that it should be that way is contributing to the problem.
The American people deserve integrity. We want debates, not dossiers.
President Trump is one of the first honest politicians in a long time. When he has something to say, he says it out loud, on a stage or on Twitter. When other politicians want to say something, they hire secret organizations to spread unfounded rumors about their opponents.
Tell me: which is better?
President Trump is bringing integrity back to the political process. If we band together to call out the Left for its immoral tactics, we can help him, one step at a time.
Source: New York Post