Big League Politics reported on the revelation that Paul Singer, a hedge fund titan and Republican establishment figure, was integrally involved in Fusion GPS’ project to undermine President Donald Trump with false Russian collusion claims.
Virginia 10th District congressional candidate Shak Hill called for Comstock to return the $64,250 in political donations that she has received from Hill, including the maximum $5,400 she has taken from Singer this election cycle.
Big League Politics social media coach Roger Stone first claimed that Singer was the Republican who put up money to kick off the project. The Washington Post confirmed that Washington Free Beacon, a Singer-funded outlet run by neocon Bill Kristol’s son-in-law Matthew Continetti, hired Fusion GPS to dig for anti-Trump opposition research during the election. The Free Beacon claimed that the dossier was written after the Singer-funded outlet dropped the project.
The Fusion GPS project was handed off from the Free Beacon to the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, which spent millions to fund Christopher Steele’s debunked Trump dossier. That dossier formed the basis for a FISA warrant to surveil Trump Tower for Russian activity.
Singer’s involvement proves that establishment Republicans — like those those who aided the failed third-party run of Evan McMullin — was involved with the same anti-Trump elements as the Democrats and Deep State conspirators.
— Patrick Howley (@howleyreports) October 28, 2017
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