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George Soros Sponsored Anti-Trump Investigation Along with DNC

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WASHINGTON D.C. – April 4, 2019

One of the biggest names behind the Fusion GPS report targeting President Trump turns out to also be one of the most radical leftists in America today, according to recent investigations of the dark funding behind the infamous Steele dossier.

Several of the firms who worked on the fake Steele dossier targeting President Trump received millions of dollars behind the scenes from radical left-wing billionaire George Soros. According to filings with the IRS, the non-profit group Democracy Integrity Project (TDIP) paid groups with connections to both Fusion GPS and ex-British spy Christopher Steele nearly four million dollars back in 2017. The Democracy Integrity Project got a sizable portion of its funding from Soros and then funneled that money to Steele and Fusion GPS for their work on the fake dossier. The project then passed their “research” onto government entities, likely the FBI in an effort to help takedown President Trump.

The Soros group paid Steele and Fusion GPS more than three times what they received from both the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee. Fusion GPS was hired by Perkins Coie, a law firm representing Hillary Clinton and the DNC and was paid $1,000,000 for their services. Fusion GPS in turn paid Steele, a former MI6 officer, nearly $170,000 to dig up dirt on President Trump's campaign during the 2016 election that resulted in the infamous and fake Steele dossier.

The Democracy Integrity Project was created on Jan. 31, 2017 by Daniel J. Jones, a former staffer to California Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein in order to resume Democrats’ investigation of Trump’s possible links to Russia. Jones described the project as a shadow media organization helping the government in its efforts to expose collusion between President Trump's campaign and Russia. The group paid $3.3 million to Bean LLC., the holding company that controls Fusion GPS. Another $250,000 was paid to Walsingham Partners Ltd., a London-based firm owned by Steele and his partner, Christopher Burrows.

Jones went on to take credit for manipulating news stories to create an anti-Trump bias and bragged about this to his associate Adam Waldman. Waldman later testified about this to the Senate Intelligence Committee in November of 2017 further admitting that George Soros was one of the financial supporters for Jones’s group. That was confirmed in October, when the New York Times reported that Soros donated at least $1 million to TDIP.

According to TDIP’s tax filings, Jones’ group received just over $7 million in contributions in 2017 and spent close to $5 million. Of that, Jones received a salary of $381,263. Another $95,914 was spent on travel.

Another California-based group ominously named the Fund For A Better Future heavily donated to The Democracy Integrity Project, giving them over $2,000,000 in 2017 and none other than George Soros was behind that fund, donating $1,000,000 to the group, according to IRS tax filings. Soros spokesman Michel Vachon even came out and admitted the billionaire was indirectly channeling funds into Fusion GPS. Last September Vachon told the Washington Post that Soros was actively giving grants to the Democracy Integrity Project for their work on the Steele dossier. Steele’s report, which alleged a “well-coordinated conspiracy” between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, was published by BuzzFeed in January 2017.

That means that one of the most radical liberal extremists in the United States was funneling millions of dollars into finding or creating propaganda to sabotage Donald Trump's presidency and the Russian government.

TDIP has also been linked to controversial technology company New Knowledge that has been implicated in a disinformation campaign that targeted a special election for an Alabama Senate seat in 2017 and DisInfo 2018, a project that aimed to track social media disinformation during the 2018 midterms. New Knowledge is funded by the billionaire co-founder of LinkedIn Reid Hoffman.

In 2018, New Knowledge got caught by the New York Times fabricating thousands of fictitious Russian troll accounts on Facebook and Twitter on behalf of the Democratic Party in the Alabama Senate race in 2017 to manufacture false accusations that the Kremlin was interfering in that election, working to defeat Democratic Senate nominee Doug Jones. The effort was collectively known as Project Birmingham. This massive scam was created in order to undermine support for Republican Roy Moore’s senatorial campaign and boost his opponent Jones, who narrowly won the race. Jones became the first Alabama Democrat elected to the Senate in a quarter of a century, defeating Moore by 21,924 votes in a race that drew more than 22,800 write-in votes. More than 1.3 million ballots were cast over all. As USA Really wrote, Hoffman spent roughly $100,000 on faking Russian interference. It's not just a coincidence - that’s the same amount Facebook says the so-called Internet Research Agency spent on “election meddling.”

Jones operates another nonprofit group that appears to focus on the same issues as TDIP. On Jan. 29, 2018, Jones registered Advance Democracy Inc, which received a $500,000 contribution last year from the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a donor-advised fund that masks its contributors.

As USA Really has reported, James Clapper, President Obama’s Director of National Intelligence, appears to admit that the Russia probe was initiated by none other than Obama himself. In a recent CNN interview, Clapper essentially affirmed Obama is responsible for the claims of Trump-Russia collusion that have roiled Washington for two years but were debunked by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

“If it weren’t for President Obama, we might not have done the intelligence community assessment that we did that set off a whole sequence of events which are still unfolding today, notably, Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation,” Clapper said.

Not only that, but he was doing so alongside the very leaders of the Democrat Party, including Hillary Clinton. While the recent Muller report may have revealed there was no collusion during the 2016 election, this evidence might be a chance for lawmakers to investigate some real verifiable collusion between Democrats against President Trump.

Author: USA Really