McCain: ‘Go To Hell’ If You Don’t Like That I Passed Pee Dossier To FBI
John McCain will have the distinction of being one of the most corrupt people to ever pretend to serve America.
The Uniparty truly believed if they got John McCain to publicly bring the dossier to the FBI, Trump’s supporters would be more inclined to believe it and we would drop our support of Donald Trump like a hot potato before he was even sworn into office.
He thought we would consider him a hero for saving us from Donald Trump… He’s turned into a bitter old man that is pissed off we didn’t believe him and still support Trump.
🚨 John McCain: ‘Go to Hell’ If You Don’t Like that I Passed Pee Dossier To FBI!!!#BluestarZone
— Bluestar (@BlueSea1964) May 25, 2018
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In his newly released book, Sen. John McCain admits he knew the anti-Trump dossier that he infamously passed to the FBI contained “unproven accusations,” “mostly raw, unverified intelligence” and allegations about which the senator “had no idea” if “any were true.”
Yet McCain maintains he had an “obligation” to pass the wild charges against Donald Trump to FBI Director James Comey and he would even do it again. “Anyone who doesn’t like it can go to hell,” McCain exclaimed.
In the book The Restless Wave, McCain provides an inside account of how he says he came across the dossier.
He writes that he was told about the claims in the document at a security conference in Canada in November 2016, where he was approached by Sir Andrew Wood, a former British ambassador to Moscow and friend of ex-British spy Christopher Steele, the author of the dossier.
McCain wrote that Wood told him Steele “had been commissioned to investigate connections between the Trump campaign and Russian agents as well as potentially compromising information about the President-elect that Putin allegedly possessed.”
McCain, however, did not address the obvious question of whether he was told exactly who “commissioned” Steele to “investigate” the alleged Russian ties.
The dossier was commissioned by the controversial Fusion GPS opposition research firm, which was paid for its anti-Trump work by Trump’s primary political opponents, namely Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) via the Perkins Coie law firm.
McCain goes on to describe Wood as telling him Steele’s work “was mostly raw, unverified intelligence, but that the author strongly believed merited a thorough examination by counterintelligence experts.”
The politician says the dossier claims described to him were “too strange a scenario to believe, something out of a le Carré novel, not the kind of thing anyone has ever actually had to worry about with a new President, no matter what other concerns.” More