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Disgraced FBI Agent Claims Russia Has Dirt on President Trump

The former spook provided zero evidence for his claims, of course.

When the left rolled out the RussiaGate conspiracy theory back in 2016, they seemed to lack one of the major components needed for their tall tale to be true:  A motive.

Democrats were convinced then that Donald Trump was some sort of Russian double agent, or that he was in complete cahoots with the Kremlin, who would then help him to get elected.  The cockamamy conjecture became such a sticking point for them that they even got Hillary Clinton to suggest as much during the televised debates, and then somehow prompted the entire debacle known as the Mueller investigation.

When it was all said and done, however, there were no charges for the President, nor was there any Russia-based impeachment, despite every mainstream media pundit trying to tell us that Mueller’s report was a “roadmap” for such a thing.

But the left never actually got around to explaining why Trump was allegedly beholden to Russia, only getting as far as suggesting that a phony dossier of 10 year old Wall Street Journal rumors was enough to spy on his 2016 campaign.

Still to this day the best they can muster is some generic claim that Putin has “dirt” on the President.

Former FBI agent Peter Strzok said Russia was holding leverage over President Donald Trump on Sunday’s broadcast of NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Strzok said, “I think it is clear, I believe at the time in 2016, and I continue to believe that Donald Trump is compromised by the Russians. When I say that, I mean that they hold leverage over him that makes him incapable of placing the national interest and national security ahead of his own.”

Of course, no evidence of such “kompromat” exists, and this claim is no better than the aforementioned debate digs by Hillary Clinton.


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