EXCLUSIVE: Andrew McCabe Pushed “Pee Tape” into Steele Dossier Based on Obama’s Directive
If you’re not aware of the “Pee Tape” or have only briefly heard of it, it’s a little crazy.
What it is is a video that has been going around on the internet that apparently features Donald Trump sitting in a chair at the foot of a bed while a woman urinates on someone else on the bed as a sexual fetish type deal.
The video, however, is a bit confusing because the tape is real, but the pee tape is not.
According to Paul Wood from the BBC,
The significance of these allegations is that, if true, the president-elect of the United States would be vulnerable to blackmail by the Russians.
I understand the CIA believes it is credible that the Kremlin has such kompromat – or compromising material – on the next US commander in chief. At the same time a joint taskforce, which includes the CIA and the FBI, has been investigating allegations that the Russians may have sent money to Mr Trump’s organisation or his election campaign.
Claims about a Russian blackmail tape were made in one of a series of reports written by a former British intelligence agent, understood to be Christopher Steele.
As a member of MI6, he had been posted to the UK’s embassy in Moscow and now runs a consultancy giving advice on doing business in Russia. He spoke to a number of his old contacts in the FSB, the successor to the KGB, paying some of them for information.
They told him that Mr Trump had been filmed with a group of prostitutes in the presidential suite of Moscow’s Ritz-Carlton hotel. I know this because the Washington political research company that commissioned his report showed it to me during the final week of the election campaign.
Cathering Herridge shared this photo on Twitter from the FISA report that shows McCabe was directed by Obama to include the tape: “FBI leadership pushed Steele Dossier for January 2017 intel assessment. Witness told IG Horowitz “McCabe understood President Obama’s request for the ICA to require the participating agencies to share all information relevant to Russia and 2016 elections.” pg. 177 #Durham”
FBI leadership pushed Steele Dossier for January 2017 intel assessment. Witness told IG Horowitz “McCabe understood President Obama’s request for the ICA to require the participating agencies to share all information relevant to Russia and 2016 elections.” pg. 177 #Durham pic.twitter.com/1G2IsPHFpv
— Catherine Herridge (@CBS_Herridge) December 21, 2019
This is clear evidence that McCabe put this bogus “evidence” in because Obama told him to!
Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore