There were at least three anti-President Donald Trump dossiers compiled by the Obama administration and the Hillary Clinton campaign.
In addition to the multi-million dollar debunked Christopher Steele dossier that gained FISA warrants against President Trump’s teams, at least two more Obama or Clinton dossiers have been discovered.
“There was yet another Clinton dossier, this one created by Cody Shear, who also got into the FBI supposedly through Fusion GPS. And Cody Shear goes way back. He’s a longtime Clinton operative. So there are two dossiers. And guess what, we just found a third dossier. This one created by the Obama State Department. We received the documents,” said Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch.
“Shortly before Trump came into office, the Obama State Department gathered intelligence, classified material on Russia activities in elections and public policy, and fights abroad, specifically in Europe. I don’t know if the U.S. was covered because the documents are so heavily redacted, we can’t tell. And they sent them to their buddy, Ben Cardin, a Democrat from Maryland,” Fitton said.
Big League Politics ran a bombshell report on February 1 headlined “Obama Gave Ben Cardin Classified Info To ‘Undermine’ Trump on Russia”:
The Obama administration provided classified information to Democratic Senator Ben Cardin in order to “undermine President Trump” in the Russia scandal.
Cardin is currently fighting to block the release of Devin Nunes’ memo on President Trump surveillance by the FBI. But Cardin’s hands are not clean in this affair.
The Obama State Department gave Cardin a packet, obtained by Judicial Watch, that explains the details of a supposed Russian effort to knock down the Magnitsky Act, an anti-adoption law, in the United States. That supposed effort served as the front for a Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, to set up a meeting with Don Trump Jr. in Trump Tower during the presidential campaign, which helped anti-Trump agents in the Deep State obtain a FISA warrant to surveil Trump Tower.
The Human Rights Accountability Global Initiative is even mentioned in the packet given to Cardin. That organization was founded by Natalia Veselnitskaya, who spent time in Russia with at least one agent for Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm behind the debunked Trump dossier.