If you want to know where to find the most pockets of wealth in the United States, look no further than the U.S. Government.
Apparently, there are slush funds everywhere. From the Department of Justice, to the EPA, to the FBI, money has been hoarded away for use on very important things like:
Holiday parties, Activism, Propaganda, Advertising (what do the ads for the FBI look like?) and others.
Our intelligence services here in the U.S. are top notch and require a lot of money to continue to be effective.
But when certain people are in charge of these slush funds who have a reputation for being non-discriminatory, it results in them being taken advantage of by foreign governments and entities pretending to be authorities.
Now, President Trump is already none too pleased with the FBI. But when he finds out they paid someone to essentially lie about Trump’s actions in Russia…well, expect another Twitter outburst.
“The former British spy who authored a controversial dossier on behalf of Donald Trump’s political opponents alleging ties between Trump and Russia reached an agreement with the FBI a few weeks before the election for the bureau to pay him to continue his work, according to several people familiar with the arrangement.
The agreement to compensate former MI6 agent Christopher Steele came as U.S. intelligence agencies reached a consensus that the Russians had interfered in the presidential election by orchestrating hacks of Democratic Party email accounts.
While Trump has derided the dossier as ‘fake news’ compiled by his political opponents, the FBI’s arrangement with Steele shows that the bureau considered him credible and found his information, while unproved, to be worthy of further investigation.”
STORY CONTINUES BELOW…
Not long after it came out, experts and officials dubbed the dossier in question a “garbage document,” which basically means it wasn’t even remotely viable or credible.
Oh yes, money well spent, g-men. See that video above? That was the result…nothing to report.
It’s also interesting to note the lengths to which the Washington Post will go to delve into a story that was most certainly “fake news” yet would not devote a single word of investigation into Benghazi, Fast & Furious, the IRS Scandal, etc.
No bias there whatsoever.
Source: The Washington Post