McCain, a key component in Steele dossier, still given cover

Vengeful, twice failed presidential candidate McCain was instrumental in discredited report intended to damage Trump’s 2016 campaign

The news is newly rife with updated reports about the Steele dossier promulgated by Christopher Steele, a British spy maliciously linking then-presidential candidate Donald Trump to Russian operatives.

The discredited so-called “dossier,” has the ring of an espionage novel worthy of a John le Carre thriller best seller list placement. Steele was on the payrolls of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Hillary Clinton’s campaign to ferret out what were later revealed as non-existent connections between Trump and Russia.

FOX news begins its intrigue-laced report with these words:

“Federal agents arrested the primary sub-source who contributed to the unverified anti-Trump dossier Thursday as part of Special Counsel John Durham’s investigations regarding the origins of the probe into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Igor Danchenko’s arrest is linked to a federal grand jury indictment in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Durham has charged Danchenko, a Russian citizen residing in Virginia, with five counts of making false statements to the FBI.”

Read the Nov. 3, 2021 indictment here.

Missing — always missing — is any reference to a key player in the attempt to bring down Donald Trump: John McCain, the man who obsessively envied and despised Trump. The 45th president, a businessman, with no political experience, achieved that which eluded bitterly resentful McCain, who lost the presidency in both 2000 and 2008.

The discredited dossier was funded by the DNC and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. McCain and Hillary were long-standing friends.

McCain admitted hand-carrying the vicious and contrived report intended to irreversibly damage Donald Trump, to then-FBI director, later fired, James Comey. When called out on his major role in attempting to topple Trump, McCain, exuding his malicious style bragged, “I discharged that obligation, and I would do it again. Anyone who doesn’t like it can go to hell.”

McCain, a key component in Steele dossier, still given cover