In Middle Of Russia Investigation, Senator Finally Admits It

The Russia investigation continues to fall apart.

“Unfortunately, the committee has hit a wall,” North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said.

Democrats have convinced themselves that their candidate’s stunning loss last November can be attributed to Russian election interference. President Trump, they claim, made illicit deals with Moscow while Putin-approved hackers stole information from the Democratic National Committee.

The accusations against Trump are utterly baseless. The investigation was founded upon the so-called Steele dossier, a collection of memos written by British spy Christopher Steele.

“We have on several occasions made attempts to contact Mr. Steele, to meet with Mr. Steele… The committee cannot really decide the credibility of the dossier without understanding things like who paid for it,” Burr said.

“My hope is that Mr. Steele will make a decision to meet… so that we can hear his side of it, versus for us to depict in our findings what his intent or his actions were.”

The infamous dossier includes multiple salacious claims. He alleges that Moscow has information to blackmail Trump, forcing the president to cow to Russia’s demands. He confirms the liberal collusion fantasy and claims that multiple Trump campaign operatives worked directly with the Russians.

Steele’s probably never going to agree to speak with Congress because he knows that he made-up most of his dossier.

The Senate Intelligence Committee has crawled through over 250 hours of interviews for its Russia investigation. The tedious task hasn’t yielded any results.

(Source: Daily Caller)