Two dossiers on Trump-Russian/Jewish Mafia links complement WMR’s Road Map

Two dossiers, one compiled by Fusion GPS with the assistance of ex-MI6 agent Christopher Steele on behalf of the Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, and finally, Hillary Clinton campaigns, and a second, compiled by then-Cruz campaign adviser Steve Bannon, with funding from billionaire hedge fund magnate Robert Mercer, appear to complement WMR’s own Trump-Kushner-Manafort-Sater criminal syndicate Road Map. The major difference is that our Road Map illustrates connections far beyond what Fusion GPS and Glenn Simpson acquired from Steele. The Bannon dossier has not yet been made public.

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) released the transcript of Simpson’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee conducted on August 22, 2017, over the objections of its chairman, Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA), and committee member Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC). Graham and Grassley have called for criminal charges to be brought against Steele.

The reason for Graham’s and Grassley’s behavior is simple: the Russian-Israeli mob has incriminating evidence on both of these senators. Graham, South Carolina’s most well-known closeted homosexual, is reportedly blackmailed by “Golan Cipel-like” gay “honeytraps” who have engaged in homosexual relationships with the “family values” Republican. Golan Cipel was the Mossad agent who brought down New Jersey’s Democratic Governor Jim McGreevey after publicly revealing McGreevey’s gay orientation. Former Senator Mark Kirk (R-IL), who was also controlled by Mossad blackmailers, allowed a peek into Graham’s “closet” in 2016 when he said of the South Carolina Republican that he was a “bro with no ho.” Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, whose daughter serves as Donald Trump’s press secretary, told Fox News in March 2017, “I sometimes wonder what uniform he [Graham] puts on each morning when [he] goes out to the field to play . . . and I’m not just talking about the partisan uniform.”

During his 2016 presidential run, Graham denied he was gay by citing a fantasy affair with Ricky Martin, what is known in DC as a “non-denial denial.” Graham said, “Maybe I’m having a clandestine affair with Ricky Martin. I know it’s really gonna upset a lot of gay men—I’m sure hundreds of ’em are gonna be jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge—but I ain’t available. I ain’t gay. Sorry.”

The blackmail on Grassley is more complicated. With an admitted net worth of $3.76 million, Grassley’s worth is higher than the average member of the U.S. Congress. Grassley, who prides himself as a whistleblowers’ advocate and has received awards from whistleblowing and open government do-gooder organizations, will not explain how he became so wealthy as a senator. One only needs to look at Grassley’s sizable contributions from various industries, including the energy and gambling industries, to see the solid connections to criminal syndicates.

These contributions were largely arranged by the Kosher Nostra’s chief bag man in Washington, convicted former Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Grassley was lavished with dubious campaign contributions while he served as chairman and ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee. From 2001 to 2004, Grassley received major donations from Abramoff-linked groups designed to steer Grassley’s decisions on Indian reservation casino gambling, which was and is a nexus for Russian-Jewish mob activity in the United States. Grassley received so much money from Kosher Nostra sources, if the Israeli national anthem “Hatikvah” were played, Grassley’s bank accounts—domestic and offshore—would stand at attention. The mob’s influence over Grassley enables them to have him focus on issues that steer congressional investigators away from the Robert Mueller probe and the two dossiers showing organized crime’s heavy influence over the Trump administration.

Previously published in the Wayne Madsen Report.

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Wayne Madsen is a Washington, DC-based investigative journalist and nationally-distributed columnist. He is the editor and publisher of the Wayne Madsen Report (subscription required).

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