The liberal mainstream networks CNN and Buzzfeed have informed of classified documents presented last week to President Obama and President-elect Trump by the FBI which included allegations that Russian operatives claim to have compromising personal and financial information about Mr. Trump. Of course, the reports turned out to be completely fake. After that, Sen. John McCain admitted that he turned in the information to the FBI. And get this – he did it last year because apparently he was ‘hurt’ after Trump criticized him on the campaign trail.
Today, he slipped another information regarding this ‘intel’ document, which will most likely lead to a major investigation and maybe even a prosecution of the Senator for attempted sabotage.
It was proven that the document was completely fabricated. Even Bob Woodward, who famously broke the “Watergate” story, called the Trump intel report a “garbage” document.
“In Trump’s mind, he knows the old adage, ‘once a C.I.A. man, always a C.I.A. man,’ and no one came out and said those people shouldn’t be saying those things,” the Washington Post’s famed editor explained. “So act two is the briefing when this dossier is put out.”
“I’ve lived in this world for 45 years where you get things and people make allegations,” he continued. “That is a garbage document.”
Senator Rand Paul said whoever leaked the document “should be prosecuted” and thrown in jail, reports Subject: Politics.
Now today, in order to try and save himself from going to jail, John McCain tried to change his story and said that the document he gave to the FBI had “no validation” and it was only used in order to harm President-elect Donald Trump.
McCain Said that it was “totally wrong to have that out an un-validated document, which is damming out there among the American public without having any validation whatsoever. So it’s harmful to the president of the United States.”
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So, to sum up: Sen John McCain knew the document he was giving to the FBI was ‘un-validated’, but he did it anyway? What a douche.
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