Subpoena Issued for Trump Dossier… and it Has McCain’s Name All Over it

Kirsters Baish| We’ve seen Arizona Senator John McCain turn on the Republican Party slowly but surely over the last couple of years, especially since Donald Trump has taken office. McCain is actually the one who handed over the falsified Trump “dossier” to then-FBI Director James Comey. McCain was given the dossier from an associate. The associate had obtained the dossier from the author of the entire thing, Christopher Steele. Now, that associate is being subpoenaed.

The Hill reported that the House Intelligence Committee has issued the subpoena for an associate of Senator John McCain over his personal connection with the fabricated Trump-Russia dossier. The dossier contains unverified allegations about President Donald Trump and his alleged ties to Russia. 

It has been said that Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (Republican, California) is looking to speak with former State Department Official and senior director at the nonprofit McCain Institute David Kramer. He is looking to question Kramer about his visit to London which took place in November of 2016. This was confirmed by a source close to the matter.

During his time in London, Kramer had a meeting with the author of the infamous dossier, former British spy Christopher Steele. This meeting was requested by non other than John McCain himself. According to court filings, he was hoping view “the pre-election memoranda on a confidential basis.”

Earlier in the year, John McCain would not say whether or not he was aware the the dossier was funded by the Clintons.

Breitbart reported:

PHILADELPHIA — Sen. John McCain may find himself facing serious questions following the disclosure that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund research utilized in the infamous, largely discredited 35-page dossier on President Donald Trump.

In December, it was McCain who notoriously passed the controversial dossier documents produced by the Washington opposition research firm Fusion GPS to then FBI Director James Comey, whose agency reportedly utilized the dossier as some of the basis for its probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

McCain’s office didn’t respond initially to Breitbart News phone call and email requests. Breitbart was looking for comments about whether or not Senator McCain was aware that the research which he passed on to the FBI was paid for by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC. McCain’s office would not respond to the request for information about how he first got ahold of the dossier initially either.

On Tuesday, it was reported by the Washington Post that in April of 2016, attorney Marc E. Elias along with his law firm (Perkins Coie) hired Fusion GPS to follow through with extremely questionable research which was funded by the Clinton campaign and the DNC. Because of Perkins Coie, the Clinton campaign and the DNC kept on funding Fusion GPS all the way until October of 2016. This was just a few days prior to Election Day.

Fusion GPS actually hired former intelligence agent Christopher Steele in order to conduct the research. Steele came forward later to concede in court documents that part of his work was unverified.

A recent poll has named John McCain as the fourth most admired man in the world.

AZCentral reports that Senator McCain was only behind two presidents as well as the Pope as the most admired men in the world. 

The six-term Arizona senator tied with religious leader Billy Graham as well as entrepreneur Elon Musk.

It seems to me that people need to take a better look into who John McCain really is. The man cannot be trusted.