Christopher Steele, the Russia-Collusion Hoaxer, Regrets Nothing

Christopher Steele in London in 2017. (Victoria Jones/PA Images via Getty Images)
The former British spy who helped create the fake Trump/Russia-collusion narrative stands by his work.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I f Donald Trump . . . scratch that . . . if any Republican operative had produced a fictitious oppo file on the life of Joe Biden that: (a) crammed in every rumor and conspiracy theory he could find, leaving just enough truth to make it plausible; (b) went to gullible or willing political and journalistic allies in an effort to mislead the public and undermine trust in the presidential election; (c) was used to plunge the nation into years of hysterical paranoia regarding Russian interference; and (d) was then sent to law-enforcement agencies as a way to help launch

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