Even Fusion GPS Doesn’t Believe the Dossier


The redacted FISA applications released last week indicate that the four documents relied heavily on the Steele dossier. The 35-page dossier is known to be compromised and appears fraught with unverifiable information.

A new book by left-wing authors makes it look even more fantastical.


Fusion GPS commissioned the opposition research [dossier] and found it to be questionable. Most of it has not been verified and can never be verified since it come from the gossip mill of Russian spies.

Daily Caller reports that according to the recent book “Russian Roulette,” the main source is more talk than anything. Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS, believed that a key dossier source, Sergei Millian was a “big talker” who overstated his links to Trumpworld.

In other words, Millian’s a gossip who likes to impress for his own financial gain.

The book authored by leftists Michael Isikoff and David Corn, friends of Simpson, states Millian is Source D and Source E in the dossier.  The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post have confirmed that.

Source D says Russia is blackmailing Trump over the Golden Showers prostitute tape. Steele himself had doubts about the Golden Showers tape. He said it’s fifty-fifty.

Source E talks of a “well-developed conspiracy.”

Carter Page vehemently and frequently denies all of the allegations that are said to have come from Millian. It is interesting to note that Page has not been picked up or arrested by the FBI. If he were a spy, wouldn’t Mueller have nabbed him by now?

One accusation in the book and from the dossier says Source E [Millian], a Russian close to candidate Trump, admitted to the conspiracy. He is alleged to have said it was managed by Paul Manafort who used foreign policy advisor Carter Page as an intermediary.

Carter Page insists it’s absolutely not true.

The four FISA applications approving the spying on Carter Page and any others picked up “incidentally”, were heavily redacted. However, Republican lawmakers who have seen less-redacted versions said there was never any evidence presented to verify the dossier.

In addition, the renewals were supposed to show new evidence and none of them did.

All of the people involved in creating and disseminating the dossier hate Trump. It was funded by the Clinton campaign and the DNC but it appears the only thing the FBI submitted in their applications relative to this was a footnote mentioning there could be bias. That’s very deceptive.


Our DoJ/FBI appear to operate like a police state version of Keystone Cops.

So far, Mueller has people charged with process crimes and FARA [not registering as a representative of a foreign agent, which half of D.C. is doing], not conspiracies.

Millian has also repeatedly denied being Steele’s source. Simpson had serious concerns but threw Millian’s name around anyway.

According to “Russian Roulette,” Simpson “tipped off ABC News, which conducted an on-air interview with Millian.”

In July 2016, ABC’s Brian Ross interviewed Millian about his connections to Trumpworld. Millian denied the spying and only accused Trump of liking money and Russian women.


It’s probably unconstitutional as reporter Paul Sperry explains. And of course Rod Rosenstein should have recused himself as Rep. Mark Meadows said.

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