BBC: The CIA Has “Credible” Claims Russia Has Second Trump Sex Tape

A top BBC Washington correspondent has just revealed that there is a secondary source that appears to confirm the allegations filed by a former British MI6 intelligence agent that the Russian government has kompromat – compromising information – about Donald Trump and are blackmailing the President-elect with it.

This morning, reporter Paul Wood spoke to BBC Radio 4 and revealed the following information:

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The Ritz-Carlton incident allegedly involves Donald Trump paying prostitutes to urinate on a bed once slept in by President Obama and First Lady Michelle in a petty act of vengeance from Obama’s mocking of Trump at the 2013 White House Correspondents’ Dinner; the St. Petersberg incident refers to an alleged orgy with still more Russian prostitutes. The Federal Security Service (FSB) allegedly has film and audio of both incidents.

For his part, Donald Trump took to Twitter today to refute the accusations as “fake news” by using a fake news website to debunk them.

While many of the allegations are potentially unverifiable thanks to the Russian government’s efficiency in silencing potential witnesses by coercion, bribery, or murder, if the allegations are deemed credible enough by the Central Intelligence Agency to be given to the President, then they certainly deserve scrutiny by the media. If Donald Trump is as innocent as he says he is, he should welcome a Congressional investigation to clear the air and absolve him.

Otherwise, we must look to the colossal mound of evidence that Donald Trump is actively working to advance Moscow’s agenda and deny him the presidency on the grounds that he cannot be trusted to act in the best interests of the United States.

Listen to the radio announcement here:

 

Colin Taylor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of Occupy Democrats. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice and equality in America.


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