Surprise, surprise: Fusion GPS, the notorious research firm behind the Steele dossier that was used to justify surveillance into Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, was funded in part by the George Soros network.
Soros’ confidant Michael Vachon said to the Washington Post that the Democracy Integrity Project, a leftist not-for-profit organization working to push Democrat narratives, received a grant from Soros. Formed by a former staffer of Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) named Daniel Jones, this group sent money to Fusion GPS to help investigate connections between Trump and the Russians.
The story was previously broken by the Daily Caller News Foundation when lawyer Adam Waldman blew the whistle about connections. Waldman had previously worked with Christopher Steele, the British intelligence operative responsible for the notorious ‘Piss-gate’ dossier. His revelations show Jones as a schemer and manipulator working with Soros cash to manipulate political opinion.
“In late March 2017, Jones met with FBI regarding PQG, which he described as ‘exposing foreign influence in Western election,’” reads the report from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
PQG refers to Jones’ consulting firm, the Penn Quarter Group.
The report continues: “[Redacted] told FBI that PQG was being funded by 7 to 10 wealthy donors located primarily in New York and California, who provided approximately $50 million. [Redacted] further stated that PQG had secured the services of Steele, his associate [redacted], and Fusion GPS to continue exposing Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential election.”
While Waldman’s concerns were largely swept under the rug by the mainstream press, the truth has now been admitted by a Soros flunkie in a paper of record. Hopefully, President Trump is paying close attention and will make these sinister conspirators pay mightily as he continues to drain the swamp.