The more and more we look at Inspector General Michael Horowitz's FISA report, the more we learn how bad things are and how many people were involved in the background.

It was no secret that there was quite a bit of mutual dislike between John McCain and Donald Trump. But what we've recently learned about John McCain takes things to a low that President Trump never would have stooped to.

If the President had knowledge about this before the report, then it's no surprise why he was no fan of his.

It's been suspected for a while that McCain was involved in the Steele Dossier somehow, but now the IG report proved that McCain funneled several documents to the FBI after Steele’s termination from the elite spy agency to help keep the "progress" moving in the coup to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president.

According to Breitbart,

Late Senator John McCain provided disgraced former FBI chief James Comey with five separate reports from Christopher Steele that the FBI didn’t previously possess related to unsubstantiated allegations of collusion between Russia and President Trump’s 2016 campaign, the Justice Department’s recent Inspector General report revealed.

There have long been questions about why it was necessary for McCain to pass Steele’s anti-Trump dossier to Comey on December 9, 2016, several weeks after the November 2016 presidential election. By then, Steele had already met numerous times with FBI agents to provide them with his controversial reports. Steele, however, was terminated as an FBI source in the fall of 2016 because he spoke to the news media.

The IG report discloses that McCain gave five new Steele reports to Comey that the FBI did not previously possess, showing that McCain served as a conduit for Steele’s information to reach the FBI even after the British ex-spy was formally cut off as an FBI source.

It is not clear whether McCain knew at the time that Steele had previously been terminated as an FBI source.

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