CNN has just announced that intelligence officials have confirmed some of the details contained in the now-infamous “Pissgate” dossier which indicates that the Russian government has kompromat – compromising information – with which they are blackmailing President Donald Trump.
That kompromat allegedly includes video and audio of Trump engaging in “perverted sex acts” with Russian prostitutes. The dossier was compiled by a former British MI6 intelligence agent.
While the new developments do not directly confirm any of the more lewd accusations in the dossier, the confirmation of certain details in the document gives American law enforcement and intelligence services “greater confidence” in the dossier as a whole:
The dossier details about a dozen conversations between senior Russian officials and other Russian individuals. Sources would not confirm which specific conversations were intercepted or the content of those discussions due to the classified nature of US intelligence collection programs.
But the intercepts do confirm that some of the conversations described in the dossier took place between the same individuals on the same days and from the same locations as detailed in the dossier, according to the officials. CNN has not confirmed whether any content relates to then-candidate Trump.
The corroboration, based on intercepted communications, has given US intelligence and law enforcement “greater confidence” in the credibility of some aspects of the dossier as they continue to actively investigate its contents, these sources say.
If the dossier turns out to be true, the existence of the video and audio tapes would go a long way towards explaining why President Donald Trump has been so friendly to the Kremlin and why the Kremlin went to such lengths to get him elected, including hacking the emails of Democratic Party officials and waging an online disinformation campaign.
The videos allegedly involve 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 and a St. Petersberg orgy with still more Russian prostitutes. The Federal Security Service (FSB) allegedly has film and audio of both incidents.
The document, collected over a series of months, contains possibly unverifiable information, given Russian government’s willingness to “disappear” or otherwise silence potential loose ends. To illustrate that point, an ex-KGB agent cited in the dossier was recently found dead in his car under mysterious circumstances.
But it was accurate enough for a two-page synopsis to be delivered to both then-President Obama and president-elect Donald Trump.
In an unsurprising turn of events, the White House derided the new developments as fake news: “This is more fake news. It is about time CNN focused on the success the President has had bringing back jobs, protecting the nation, and strengthening relationships with Japan and other nations. The President won the election because of his vision and message for the nation.”
For the record, Donald Trump has merely taken credit for job creation plans already in the works, put our nation in greater danger with his discriminatory Muslim ban, and made a fool of himself in front of the Japanese Prime Minister earlier today. He won the election on lies and the poor decisions of 80,000 Americans in three states.
Coming on the same day that Trump’s National Security Advisor was just busted for lying to the nation about his pre-election phone calls with the Kremlin, a potentially treasonous decision, it’s clear that there is much more at play here than Trump or Vladimir Putin would want you to know. Seeing Trump remain silent as Russian military units pour towards the border with Europe and openly shell Ukrainian forces tells you all you need to know.
You can read the dossier yourself here:
Colin Taylor is the editor-in-chief 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.