The New York Times recently published a story containing some rather interesting albeit belated details about the Steele dossier that was the basis for the call for a special counsel to investigate allegations of Russia collusion ahead of the 2016 election. Kimberley Strassel finds the MSM’s timing quite curious:
Convenient. Only now that Mueller report is out are we getting stories that inform us the dossier was "loaded with dubious or exaggerated details," and that FBI knew this early on.
— Kimberley Strassel (@KimStrassel) April 22, 2019
Go figure! The MSM can usually be counted on to get to the truth… eventually.
Clean up aisle 5!!
— Daniel Villa (@villlad98) April 22, 2019
They knew the whole time.
— Ꮙalerie (@MissvalCa) April 22, 2019
Someone owes the taxpayers 25 mill
— Tim Chastain (@ezra710word) April 22, 2019
Ain't it? https://t.co/zz1XJf8EbN
— Guy Smith (@guysmith001) April 22, 2019
I guess we know who was really colluding with the Russians.
— Mark 🍷🇺🇸🐕 (@remarkabils) April 22, 2019
It depends on what your definition of “projection” is.