4 Things We Learned From Christopher Steele’s Hulu Documentary

On Monday, George Stephanopoulos’s “worldwide exclusive interview” with Christopher Steele aired on Hulu. Over the course of an hour, “Out of the Shadows: The Man Behind the Steele Dossier,” there was one key takeaway: Hulu pours a ton of money into its amazing production team.
Aside from that, the interview consisted of but a handful of interesting tidbits sprinkled throughout the heavily produced and marketed profile on the author of the Steele dossier.
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4 Things We Learned From Christopher Steele’s Hulu Documentary

On Monday, George Stephanopoulos’s “worldwide exclusive interview” with Christopher Steele aired on Hulu. Over the course of an hour, “Out of the Shadows: The Man Behind the Steele Dossier,” there was one key takeaway: Hulu pours a ton of money into its amazing production team.
Aside from that, the interview consisted of but a handful of interesting tidbits sprinkled throughout the heavily produced and marketed profile on the author of the Steele dossier.
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4 Things We Learned From Christopher Steele’s Hulu Documentary

On Monday, George Stephanopoulos’s “worldwide exclusive interview” with Christopher Steele aired on Hulu. Over the course of an hour, “Out of the Shadows: The Man Behind the Steele Dossier,” there was one key takeaway: Hulu pours a ton of money into its amazing production team.
Aside from that, the interview consisted of but a handful of interesting tidbits sprinkled throughout the heavily produced and marketed profile on the author of the Steele dossier.
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4 Things We Learned From Christopher Steele’s Hulu Documentary

On Monday, George Stephanopoulos’s “worldwide exclusive interview” with Christopher Steele aired on Hulu. Over the course of an hour, “Out of the Shadows: The Man Behind the Steele Dossier,” there was one key takeaway: Hulu pours a ton of money into its amazing production team.
Aside from that, the interview consisted of but a handful of interesting tidbits sprinkled throughout the heavily produced and marketed profile on the author of the Steele dossier.
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Christopher Steele doubles down on unproven charges in his dossier

For those whose memories were warped by the Trump years, consider this: Steele delivered the first of his 17 dossier reports in June 2016, meaning that his far-out claims have had five years to gather corroboration. They haven’t.

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In his interview with Steele, Stephanopoulos drilled in on a couple of specific, headline-grabbing details in the Steele dossier — one of them being the allegation that Donald Trump, at the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow, had employed “a number of prostitutes to perform a ‘golden showers’ (urination) show in front of him.

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Justice Department plays politics in letting Andrew McCabe escape punishment

In yet another sign of how politicized it is, the Biden Justice Department has restored disgraced former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s full pension.
Then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired McCabe in 2018 after an internal probe showed he leaked sensitive info on an investigation into the Clinton Foundation and then lied about it under oath, one of at least three times he did so. The dismissal two days before his planned retirement cost McCabe various perks as well as reducing his pension.
But he soon sued, claiming the firing was political.

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Biden Administration Awards Disgraced Russia Collusion Hoaxer Andrew McCabe With $200K Pension

The Biden administration awarded disgraced former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe more than $200,000 in pension after Biden’s Department of Justice claimed he was unjustly fired in 2018 for political reasons.
Despite his history of sharing confidential information with the press and then lying about it, the DOJ offered McCabe a clean record with the FBI — including memoryholing any mention of his firing — plus ceremonial cuff links and an FBI plaque showing gratitude for his service. The taxpayer-funded FBI is also paying McCabe’s attorneys $539,000 in fees.

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Biden Administration Awards Disgraced Russia Collusion Hoaxer Andrew McCabe With $200K Pension

The Biden administration awarded disgraced former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe more than $200,000 in pension after Biden’s Department of Justice claimed he was unjustly fired in 2018 for political reasons.
Despite his history of sharing confidential information with the press and then lying about it, the DOJ offered McCabe a clean record with the FBI — including memoryholing any mention of his firing — plus ceremonial cuff links and an FBI plaque showing gratitude for his service. The taxpayer-funded FBI is also paying McCabe’s attorneys $539,000 in fees.

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