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CNN Analyst Warns Steele Not To Meet With DOJ

We had long thought and hoped that this endless suffering soap-opera known as the RUSSIAN COLLUSION HOAX, would finally end with the Mueller Report, and that America would get back to the business of taking care of the needs of it’s citizens, oh how wrong we were!

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The HOAX continues (perhaps rightly so), in getting the perpetrators finally brought to justice. We already know the players “by-heart” Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Page, Rosenstein, Brennan, Clapper and of course Clinton.

However one name that for whatever reason seems to continually elude investigators on both sides of the political aisle, although his name is  synonyms with the PHONY DOSSIER, moreover actually the mastermind behind the “Russian collusion hoax” former British spy Christopher Steele.

On Tuesday Phil Mudd, a former FBI official and CNN analyst, perhaps for that very reason has an ominous warning for the former intelligence office if he should voluntarily decide to meet with the DOJ, stating it “will not end up well” for the 54-year old, former M16 British spy.

Adding, “If you go to car races looking for car wrecks, this is significant. This will be a car wreck,” Mudd told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.

“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, who worked at the CIA and also served as deputy director of the FBI’s national security branch, speculated that Steele’s meeting with the Justice Department, will not end well for him because of the flimsiness of the allegations in his controversial report.

“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.

According to a report on Tuesday by The Times of London, Steele plans to meet with U.S. officials within a few weeks to discuss the dossier, which has already been discredited by a number of political analysts along with an array of investigators.

Moreover the inspector general is investigating how the FBI initially handled the dossier, and why Steele was still a confidential source, months after being fired for leaking classified information.

Steele has thus far wisely declined requests to meet with Justice Department officials in the past; however he has agreed to meet with U.S. officials on British soil, and will only discuss his dealings with the FBI concerning the dossier.

His demands seem extremely out-of-place in that Steele is a foreign agent who willfully interfered with an American election in violation of our election laws. “He” willfully provided false information to the Clinton Campaign, hoping to rig the outcome of the 2016 Presidential Election. Which remarkably the Mueller “witch-hunt” either ignored or purposely avoided to investigate, concentrating their investigation instead on Russian entities somewhere in Moscow, with a series of ridicules indictments, while the actual mastermind interfering with a Presidential election was employed by the FBI and then later hired by the Clinton Campaign.

Steele has thus far avoided being prosecuted for his role in attempting to overthrow a duly elected American President, perhaps because he’s a British citizen, and a former Intelligence Officer with perhaps incriminating evidence that somehow the British Government was also involved in the “soft coup.”


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    More likely he will blame everything on the FBI by claiming he warned them over and over the info in the dossier was unverified but they used it anyway.

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