Disgraced James Bond wannabe Christopher Steele granted an interview to George Stephanopoulos which has been turned into a “documentary” by George Stephanopoulos productions. Some might think it curious as to why Remington Steele has suddenly decided to come forward.
It’s no coincidence.
You will remember that the Clinton campaign hired and paid Remington Steele to concoct a dossier on Donald Trump. You will remember that it was full of excrement that no one in the Mueller commission could validate. Even Peter Strzok said the dossier was a full of “bullsh*t” and probably Russian disinformation as well. The garbage dossier became the lynchpin for the illegal surveillance of Carter Page.
Yet Remington Steele is back once again to defend it. Why? Read on.
Special Prosecutor John Durham has been plodding along for a very long time but some recent actions have hinted that something worthwhile is coming. FBI Attorney Kevin Clinesmith, who forged an official document, copped a guilty plea earlier this year and was sentenced to 12 months probation plus community service. That seems a rather light punishment for an FBI lawyer who committed forgery- unless there was something to offer.
Then Durham indicted Michael Sussman. He is accused of lying to the FBI about for whom he was working. He claimed to be acting as a “good citizen” but in reality was trying to set up Donald Trump as working with a Russian bank. Assisting Sussman were Rodney Joffe and Marc Elias:
The indictment alleges that Sussmann, Joffe and Marc Elias — then a partner at Perkins Coie and the Clinton campaign’s general counsel — “coordinated and communicated” about the Alfa-Bank claims “during telephone calls and meetings,” which were billed to the Clinton campaign.
Marc Elias’ fingerprints are all over the phony Russian collusion hoax:
The Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund research that resulted in a now-famous dossier containing allegations about President Trump’s connections to Russia and possible coordination between his campaign and the Kremlin, people familiar with the matter said.
Marc E. Elias, a lawyer representing the Clinton campaign and the DNC, retained Fusion GPS, a Washington firm, to conduct the research.
After that, Fusion GPS hired dossier author Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence officer with ties to the FBI and the U.S. intelligence community, according to those people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
Some feel pretty certain Elias is going to be indicted:
If Durham’s starting with the outer layer, then the paid political operatives at Perkins Coie and Fusion GPS will get indicted first. That means some combination of Marc Elias, Glenn Simpson, Christopher Steele and a few others.
This indictment appears to have been written to accomplish two main tasks:
- Charge Sussmann for his false statements and
- Clearly reveal the workings of the criminal conspiracy to create this fake Trump/Alfa Bank evidence and give it to federal agencies
- Send a clear message to some people – one of them certainly being Marc Elias – that Durham is going to pursue this criminal conspiracy activity so they might want to start thinking about cooperating
With the next actions of Durham looming on the horizon Elias needs a shiny object- a distraction- to once again sow the seeds of doubt into the jury garden.
Enter Remington Steele
To pull this off Steele needed to engage someone who would never put him or anyone connected to the Clinton campaign in jeopardy.
Enter George Stephanopoulos.
Once a Clinton water boy, always a Clinton water boy. Snuffleupagus was not going to ask Steele anything worthwhile but would afford Steele every opportunity to throw dirt on Trump. If you want to see the kind of questions that someone ought to be asking Steele you can see them here in the form of tweets by Stephen McIntyre. Here’s one of them:
9/ QUESTION 1: Mr Steele, in Report 80, you attributed pee tape story to Source D, who you identified as Millian. However, as of date of Report 80, Danchenko had never met or talked to Millian. Did you fabricate the attribution of pee tape story to Millian? Or did Danchenko?
— Stephen McIntyre (@ClimateAudit) October 17, 2021
That did not happen, of course. McIntyre finishes with this:
maybe @GStephanopoulos can follow up his obsequious interview of Christopher Steele with a fawning interview with OJ Simpson about OJ’s continuing search for the real killer. It’s that level of ludicrous.
Naturally, Georgie’s pals in the media will broadcast Steele’s lies without challenge. This interview comes at a designed time. It is a canard. Meanwhile we can only continue to hope that real justice is done.