For the longest time we were led to believe that Christopher Steele received his information from Russian sources but now we may have learned who his real source is and it’s pure dynamite.
Trey Gowdy made an appearance with Martha MacCallum on her show and during her questioning, Gowdy made a startling statement that Steele’s source was actually an American, Sidney Blumenthal, Hillary’s old hatchet man, whom she was paying $10,000 a month from the Clinton Foundation.
That means Hillary wrote the dossier herself. No wonder the claims were so outlandish. This would explain a lot.
Partial transcript via POLITICO:
During an interview on Fox News, Gowdy was asked by Fox News’ Martha MacCallum about whether “weeks before the election, somebody in the Obama State Department was feeding information from a foreign source to Christopher Steele.”
“When you hear who the source, one of the sources of that information is, you’re going to think, oh, my gosh, I’ve heard that name somewhere before. Where could it possibly have been,” Gowdy replied.
When asked whether it was a foreign source, the South Carolina Republican said it was domestic.
“I’m trying to think of how Secretary Clinton defined him. I think she said he was an old friend who emailed her from time to time,” Gowdy said.
When asked whether it was Blumenthal, Gowdy said: “That would be really warm. You’re warm.”
This revelation comes on the heels of the House Intelligence Committee releasing the FISA memo which chronicles the corruption in the FBI and the DOJ under Obama. The Democrats have written their own memo, which was intentionally filled with confidential information that reveals the methods the FBI and DOJ use in order to later claim that the truth is being hidden. Adam Schiff. Recess is over. Return to your first-grade class.
It is not entirely clear if the information passed on by Blumenthal was used in the first or the second dossier. But since both have similar stories, it appears one or the other was plagiarized since they are both nothing but fairy tales.
Meanwhile, reporter Sara Carter says the worst memos are yet to come.