Topic: David Kramer
In a move that is likely to break the Russian Collusion narrative wide open, a Florida judge has ruled that depositions made by a former State Dept. official and the ex-British spy Christopher Steele must be released on March 14.
The Federal judge’s ruling was ‘everything’ that the lawyer for a Russian dot-com executive slandered by Christopher Steele had ‘hoped for.’ After using every legal stalling trick they could think of, the executives of Fusion GPS, including Glenn Simpson, are now compelled to answer key and sensitive questions at the heart of the controversy.
Top FBI officials busted by another Strzok email message proving multiple versions of Steele dossier were improperly used to back each other up. Each of them came from Clinton cronies.
McCain Confidant Connected To Dossier Invokes Fifth Amendment
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