Trump Intel Reports Weren’t All About Golden Showers – Here’s The Rest Of The Dirt (DETAILS)

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CNN broke a stunning story early Tuesday — but it got unsurprisingly buried underneath the fantastical weight of other, more outlandish takes on what CNN had initially reported.

Reportedly, the FBI and others aren’t just looking into Russia’s cyberattacks against the DNC and other American political interests. Rather, the FBI and others are also investigating a collection of incriminating documents outlining allegedly deeply set ties to Russia on the part of the controversial businessman turned president-elect, Donald Trump.

These alleged ties include a real kicker, such as the suggestion that the Kremlin has “compromising material” on Trump that could be used in blackmail efforts against him.

This alleged compromising material allegedly includes video tapes of Russian prostitutes performing a “golden showers” show in front of Trump on a bed that the Obamas had slept in during an official state visit to Moscow.

There are other claims, however.

Mind you, they are still under investigation from multiple fronts as to their veracity. Their seriousness could be compared to an internet threat made against the personal safety of the president or any other significant national leader. In some cases those threats may have never been going to turn into any tangible actions on the part of the person making the threat. It might have just been nothing more than empty talk.

That, however, doesn’t mean that the Secret Service is not going to take the threat seriously. The safety of the leader of the free world is not something that is to be toyed with.

So, on that note — besides the sex tapes — what is actually in the collection of incriminating documents alleging deeply set Trump-ian ties to Russia, allegations serious enough to evidently prompt national investigations?

A list of some prominent points found among the allegations is featured below.

  • The Kremlin gave Trump valuable intelligence on his opponents, including Hillary Clinton, for several years before the 2016 U.S. presidential election
  • A “well developed conspiracy of cooperation” between the Trump camp and Russia was managed on the Trump side by former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort
  • Trump has substantial, not well explored business dealings in China and other emerging markets that involved the payment of large bribes and kickbacks
  • Former Trump adviser Carter Page met secretly in 2016 with the CEO of Russia’s state run oil company to explore the lifting of sanctions that the U.S. slapped on Russia because of Crimea should Trump win the presidency
  • Trump and his associates had “duly obtained and supplied” the Kremlin with information on Russian expats living in the U.S. in return for the intelligence on Trump’s opponents
  • At one point there was talk in the Kremlin of Trump withdrawing from the presidential race altogether, both to cover up what Russia did and on account of his “psychological state and unsuitability for high office”
  • The Kremlin “indirectly funded” a visit to Moscow by Green Party U.S. Presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein
  • Russian cyberattacks were helped along by moles inside the DNC

And that’s just from the first third of the collection of documents, which you can read in full here, if you’d like. It’s 35 pages long.

And, again, yes, it’s serious, but it may or may not be true.

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