Robert Mueller’s anti-Trump crusade is reaching a fever pitch.
Michael Cohen is on his way to jail, and they are hoping that President Trump is next.
But everything could screech to a halt after a smoking gun just dropped.
Perhaps the shadiest part of Mueller’s investigation is its origins.
While many believe his investigation is in response to real evidence of possible collusion with Russia during the 2016 election, that is far from the truth.
In reality, there was a well-oiled machine in place for many months before the start of Mueller’s investigation.
As time has gone by, the scope of that machine is only expanding.
Everyone from Hillary Clinton, the Democratic National Committee, the Justice Department, and even George Soros are involved.
And it all started with an anti-Trump dossier created by a little-known opposition firm called Fusion GPS.
Fusion GPS primarily works for Democrats, and in this case, was operating with funding from Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee.
The author is a former British Spy named Christopher Steele, who himself is a shady character.
He is currently facing lawsuits in both the United States and the United Kingdom in response to the dossier.
In it, salacious claims, among other things, are made against then-candidate Donald Trump.
The release of the dossier to the public is due to handiwork from former FBI Director James Comey, who briefed then President-elect Trump on the unverified dossier, lending credibility to CNN and BuzzFeed News that was previously lacking.
But even without the public release, the dossier had already achieved its goal.
Contents of it were put to use by the FBI to obtain a FISA surveillance warrant against Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.
And that warrant application is what Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein used to justify the formation of Mueller’s Special Counsel.
So in short, the dossier, which was intended as opposition research to attack Trump during the campaign, was only used after his win in order to make the case the election is illegitimate.
But new information shows this conspiracy to take down Trump is even deeper.
While the dossier’s release was ten days before Trump’s inauguration, shortly after his inauguration its author, Christopher Steele gained a new job.
A shady new group called the Democracy Integrity Project emerged just days after the inauguration.
The group receives much of its funding from billionaire left-wing mega-donor George Soros.
And its stated goal is to investigate Trump’s possible ties to Russia.
At its formation, the group’s founder, former Senate Intelligence Committee staffer Daniel J. Jones hired Steele.
And it is even shadier considering who is on the group’s board.
Adam Kaufmann is a lawyer who has worked with Fusion GPS in the past.
Along with Fusion GPS, Kaufman has represented Derwick Associates, which is a Venezuelan power company under investigation for bribery and kickback schemes.
He has also represented Francisco Convit Guruceaga, a Venezuelan national who is facing charges in a money laundering scheme involving Venezuela’s state-owned oil company.
This is all new information that proves just how corrupt the entire anti-Trump resistance is.
The rabbit hole of information linking figures trying to take down Trump to corruption and shady activity is seemingly endless.
You can count on Black Eye Politics to keep you up to date on all of these new developments.