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Marco Rubio of Florida: They don't call him Senator Three-in-One for nothing. (See headline for clarification.) Photo credit: Wikicommons.

Look, senators, this is getting frustrating. I have previously made clear my willingness to testify before the Russiagate committees and make a mockery of their ongoing shit show(s). Yet for reasons that are unclear, you all refuse to call me. Meanwhile, information that I could have told you ages ago is reported, in half-assed fashion, by the American media.

Example A: It has now been reported by Pravda 1 (New York Times) and Pravda 2 (Washington Post) that, to cite Pravda 2, “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.”

Gosh, I could have told you illustrious senators that a long time ago, not because I have any direct knowledge but because anyone with an IQ above 20 already knew that that one Democratic entity or another, serving as a cutout for the Hillary campaign, had to have financed the dossier after the original GOP donor dropped out when Trump won the Republican primary nomination. (Obviously, the GOP donor opposed Trump and supported another candidate but gave up after Trump sealed the nomination.) Let me emphasize that I know nothing specific despite knowing and respecting various people at Fusion GPS, the standard DC opposition research firm that conducted the research, as I’ve written about previously.

I should also mention something else I’ve written about before, namely that Thorzito “Dirty Little Liar” Halvorssen previously lied to the Senate Judiciary Committee about me, saying that Fusion had paid me to write a measured hatchet job about him a few years ago. There is not a shred of truth to that but Halvorssen, a neocon tool, is still mad about me for exposing him so he thought he would get revenge by lying about me to the senate.

And here’s the funny thing: it totally backfired. Thorzito, who has blocked me on Twitter for years and won’t take my calls, continues to be the subject of new stories by me. And what’s even better, people are now stepping forward with really excellent dirt on how he handles receipts at his bogus “human rights” group, so I’ll have fresh items soon.

Meanwhile, it has also recently been reported that oligarch William Browder, who is personally driving much of the bogus Russiagate narrative, is finally starting to be exposed as the fraud he is. Here is a guy who claims to object to Vladimir Putin on moral grounds, yet he talked up Putin as a great reformer up until the time that his insanely lucrative hedge fund was accused by the Russian government, with plenty of evidence it would appear, of tax evasion. Putin may well have had political reasons as well for cracking down on Browder — I don’t know one way or the other — but Browder is no saint and it’s great to see this guy,  who abandoned his U.S. citizenship to become a legal Irishman, apparently for tax purposes — get his due.

Also, I should note that Browder and Halvorssen are friends and partners in sleaze, which make me like both of them even less.

OK, that’s it for now. And by the way, Marco Rubio doesn’t really figure in this story, other than being the butt of the headline joke, but I’ll be writing about him soon. Hablamos luego Pequeno Marco! And nice pic!

 

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