FAKE NEWS – A TOTAL POLITICAL WITCH HUNT!
UPDATE: January 10, 2017 at 9:30 p.m. — The contents of this report are not yet verified. Bros4America will continue to monitor the story and will inform you of any developments. While some social media users have decried “fake news,” other sources say that the CNN source is “credible.”
PREVIOUSLY: Allegations have surfaced this evening that Russia has been “cultivating, supporting and assisting” Donald Trump for years and has information about his private sexual preferences that are “compromising” and that may have been used to blackmail the president-elect, may not wish to have made public, according to an unverified report obtained by BuzzFeed News. Bros4America has not been able to verify the allegations and the veracity and truthfulness of the contents are not yet known to be true.
The entire document can be found here. It includes allegations that Russian workers performed “golden showers” on Mr. Trump, and claims that Russians are holding this information over his head.
On Christmas Eve, Bros4America’s Alex Mohajer posted a 1987 article regarding Donald Trump posted to an academic economics journal that detailed his longstanding relationship with Russia, a troubling revelation in light of Mr. Trump’s public claims that he has no connection to Russia. The article would be in keeping with BuzzFeed’s report, which claims a longstanding relationship with Russia.
Exhibit 2/4: Surprise! 1987 article re: Donald Trump parroting, being groomed by, & taking all-expenses paid trips to hostile foreign nation pic.twitter.com/Dq94qhiQ5Y
— Alex Mohajer (@AlexMohajer) December 24, 2016
Now, Buzzfeed is reporting that they have received a dossier with unverified information that is a compilation of memos written over a period of months that includes contact between Trump aides and Russian operatives, and graphic claims of sexual acts documented by the Russians. CNN reported Tuesday that a two-page synopsis of the report was given to President Obama and Trump.
Now BuzzFeed News is publishing the full document so that Americans can make up their own minds about allegations about the president-elect that have circulated at the highest levels of the US government.
From BuzzFeed News:
The document was prepared for political opponents of Trump by a person who is understood to be a former British intelligence agent. It is not just unconfirmed: It includes some clear errors. The report misspells the name of one company, “Alpha Group,” throughout. It is Alfa Group. The report says the settlement of Barvikha, outside Moscow, is “reserved for the residences of the top leadership and their close associates.” It is not reserved for anyone, and it is also populated by the very wealthy.
The Trump administration’s transition team did not immediately respond to BuzzFeed News’ request for comment. However, the president-elect’s attorney, Michael Cohen, told Mic that the allegations were absolutely false.
“It’s so ridiculous on so many levels,” he said. “Clearly, the person who created this did so from their imagination or did so hoping that the liberal media would run with this fake story for whatever rationale they might have.”
And Trump shot back against the reports a short time later on Twitter.
The documents have circulated for months and acquired a kind of legendary status among journalists, lawmakers, and intelligence officials who have seen them. Mother Jones writer David Corn referred to the documents in a late October column. Harry Reid spokesman Adam Jentleson tweeted Tuesday that the former Senate Democratic leader had seen the documents before writing a public letter to FBI Director James Comey about Trump’s ties to Russia. And CNN reported Tuesday that Arizona Republican John McCain gave a “full copy” of the memos to Comey on Dec. 9, but that the FBI already had copies of many of the memos.
Mohajer also unveiled instances of Trump parroting exact Russian language about American exceptionalism from 2013.
Here's Donald Trump in 2013 literally ECHOING the Putin line about American exceptionalism. https://t.co/ZtIzmjwIA7
— Alex Mohajer (@AlexMohajer) January 7, 2017