News broke this week that former British spy Christopher Steele would relent to speak with investigators about his infamous dossier, prompting one frequent Trump critic to wonder what the heck Steele was thinking.
Former FBI official Phil Mudd, whose career now consists of going on CNN and making broad, mad proclamations about the lawlessness of the president, said that if he were Steele, he would prefer to take a vacation in Florida over talking to Department of Justice investigators.
“If you go to car races looking for car wrecks, this is significant. This will be a car wreck,” said Mudd. “I can’t believe he has perfect answers about the origins of the Steele dossier. I’m not even sure why he’s showing up. If I were him, I’d go to Disney World. I would not go to the Department of Justice, because it will not end up well.”
Mudd did not draw from his own conclusion, however, that Steele’s lack of knowledge about the source of his dossier information should constitute a pretty significant problem – and not just for the spy himself. Apparently it’s just fine to compile a dossier filled with nonsense, pass it along to the FBI, and then watch as they use that dossier to spy on American citizens. But it’s not fine to consent to an interview with DOJ prosecutors who want to get to the bottom of this mess?
“Let me give you how this game ends. Christopher Steele shows up in front of the Department of Justice and I’m guessing doesn’t have terrific answers for the quality of the information in that Steele dossier,” said Mudd.
And what does that mean – he doesn’t have “terrific answers?” Does that mean (as we already know) that he pulled some of this information off the internet in a random search? Does it mean he simply made things up for the sake of getting paid by the Clinton campaign? Does it mean that Mudd is admitting that the FBI had absolutely no business treating this dossier as if it were any more important than some liberal’s conspiratorial blog?
These liberals and their double-talking jive is driving us mad. For two years, they drummed the word “collusion” into our heads. And when Mueller comes back with a report of “no collusion,” they tell us that collusion was just a “Trump word” meant to throw everyone off the scent. For at least a year (and this started on CNN, by the way), they pressed upon us the importance of the salacious dossier. But now they want to pretend like no one ever took it seriously? It’s unbelievable how badly – and frequently – these cretins lie.
Before you know it, they’ll be telling us how Robert Mueller was a Trump-loving conspirator the whole time. And then we’ll find out how Vladimir Putin is actually the good guy in all of this.
When it comes to maintaining their hatred of Trump, there’s no end to the stories these libs will spin.