It’s not a secret that the mainstream media serves as the communications branch of the Democrat Party. However, this news takes the cake! It has been confirmed that reporters were paid by Fusion GPS to spread lies about candidate Donald Trump.
REPORT: DIRTY DOSSIER FIRM PAID REPORTERS TO SPREAD LIES ABOUT TRUMP
The 35-page PeeGate dossier produced by murky opposition research firm Fusion GPS remains at the heart of the entire scam that Trump and his associates colluded with the Kremlin to steal the election from Hillary.
It is the unconfirmed dirty dossier that now appears to have served as the basis for a secret FISA warrant to surveil the Trump campaign as well as provided the fodder for Hollywood’s fanatical McCarthyite Congressman Adam Schiff’s tribunals.
After intense resistance, there is slowly being light shed on the dossier that was originally commissioned by Never Trump Republican billionaire vulture fund mogul Paul Singer and then later, paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign through a cutout third party.
From Washington Examiner:
Fusion GPS paid journalists, court papers confirm
Newly filed court documents confirm that Fusion GPS, the company mostly responsible for the controversial “Trump dossier” on presidential candidate Donald Trump, made payments to three journalists between June 2016 until February 2017.
The revelation could be a breakthrough for House Republicans, who are exploring whether Fusion GPS used the dossier, which was later criticized for having inaccurate information on Trump, to feed anti-Trump stories to the press during and after the presidential campaign. The three journalists who were paid by Fusion GPS are known to have reported on “Russia issues relevant to [the committee’s] investigation,” the House Intelligence Committee said in a court filing.
But the recipients’ names, the amounts, and purposes of those payments were either redacted from the documents that Fusion GPS filed to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia or were not disclosed.
Fusion has asked the court to issue a restraining order against the House committee, which is demanding documents from the company that, among other things, explain the payments it made to reporters. Most of the documents sought are banking records.
Fake news is very, very real. Don’t think otherwise for a second.