No ‘maybe’ about it, there’s little doubt she knew.

A former aide to political failure Hillary Clinton, Brian Fallon, says his boss ‘may have known’ who funded the infamous anti-Trump dossier.

A bombshell report by the Washington Post last night indicated that it was Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) that paid opposition research firm Fusion GPS to investigate then-candidate Donald Trump. The material was then compiled in a dossier by former British spy, Christopher Steele.

In an interview with CNN, Fallon claimed that he hadn’t spoken to Hillary about her level of understanding as to who funded the research, but later added “she may have known.”


“Oh I don’t know,” he said. “I haven’t spoken to her, no.”

CNN’s Poppy Harlow responded, “Shouldn’t she have known?”

Fallon answered, “Well I mean she may have known.”

“The degree of exactly what she knew is beyond my knowledge,” he added.

Ah, good ol’ plausible deniability, a Democrat’s best friend.


You mean to tell me the campaign itself along with the DNC paid a total of $9.2 million to a consulting firm and the candidate herself and/or her top aides had no idea why they were handing over the money?



Fallon, now a political contributor for CNN, claims to have had no knowledge of the funding for the dossier. He did however, say it would be “money well spent” if it helps special counsel Robert Mueller in his investigation of Trump.


In addition to the Clinton campaign and DNC funding the research, the FBI reportedly made an arrangement to pay Steele for further research on Trump and Russia even after the election.

This is a staggering level of corruption on the part of the Democrats and the Obama-era FBI.

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