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Former Secretary of State John Kerry linked to ‘second Trump dossier’


Former Secretary of State John Kerry has been named as the Hillary Clinton contact and ‘mysterious Obama State official’ that was briefed on a ‘second anti-Trump dossier,’ allegedly created by super shady Clinton supporter, Cody Shearer.


Byron York over at the Washington Examiner writes:

“A newly released document from the Senate Judiciary Committee says Christopher Steele, the former British spy who compiled the Trump dossier, wrote an additional memo on the subject of Donald Trump and Russia that was not among those published by BuzzFeed in January 2017.”

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes revealed Kerry as the Obama state official. “There were comments over the weekend from people from within the State Department that said John Kerry had been briefed on the dossier–the new dossier whatever this new dossier is and that they also provided it to the FBI,” he said.

The Washington Examiner also reported that investigations into the Obama State Department were ongoing in the dossier probe. York noted that Steele was seen as someone to keep handy among State Department officials, including Kerry, as a valuable source for intelligence on “all things Russia.” Obama State officials regularly handed out Steele’s written reports for private clients around the Department.

John Kerry’s career has been mired in controversy for decades. From his fake stories of military valor–to telling the world that the Charlie Hebdo attacks were ‘rational’–to his funding of Cindy Sheehan’s circus-show in Crawford, Texas promoting her “Gold Star Mom” stand against “Bush’s war.”  “Kerry paid for satellite uplinks, massage therapists, food, luxury campers all in an effort to use her family’s tragedy as a platform to blame Bush for killing her son, Casey.” The latter comes courtesy of the co-founder of the Media Equalizer Project, Melanie Morgan, and her book ‘American Mourning.’