Dossier based on posts from "random individuals" on CNN website

American ThinkerThe dossier that launched several investigations into Donald Trump and his presidential campaign was based, in part, on posts from "random individuals" from a CNN website that allows the public to publish unverified information.

Christopher Steele made the admission in a deposition given in connection with a lawsuit against the dossier. The judge released portions of the deposition this week.

CNN is so tightly connected to the Clintons that it has been referred to as "Clinton News Network". Many commentators there are Clinton officials or campaign staff. If Steele was drawing "evidence" from random individuals posting to CNN's websites, what are the odds those "random individuals" would be connected to the Clinton campaign and/or researchers like Nellie Ohr or other people with access to intel databases who needed to covertly and deniably communicate their findings?

Of course, such "sources" don't exactly meet criteria for admissibility in court, either.

This entry was published Tue Apr 02 08:47:20 CDT 2019 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2019-04-02 08:47:20.0. [Tweet]

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