How much did No Name Make from the Steele Dossier?
Updated: Oct 23, 2020
My favorite Anon has referred to No Name McCain, who played a part in peddling the FBI with the infamous Steele Dossier. The way John McCain claims he fell into the Steele Dossier while in Canada at a security convention. He wrote a book titled "The Restless Wave" that provided details of how he obtained the fake, baseless Trump-Russia Dossier, paid for by Hillary Clinton.
John McCain, or No Name as he is referred to (We don't say his name) stated in the book, It all seemed "too strange a scenario to believe." He felt "even a remote risk that the President of the United States might be vulnerable to Russian extortion had to be investigated."
Senator McCain was attending an annual security conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia shortly after the presidential election in November 2016. The security conference was hosted by Canada’s Minister of National Defence, the Honourable Harjit Sajjan.
There were many, many interesting guests at this forum, including Admiral Mike Rogers, and Mike Pompeo. Even more interesting is the list of partners for this forum. DLA Piper-the same law firm James Comey's brother Peter worked for.
Who did I discover is a Board Member of the Halifax International Security Forum in Canada? Cindy McCain.
John McCain claims in his book, a retired British Diplomat Andrew Wood approached him at the Forum. He stated he didn't recall having a previous conversation with Sir Andrew Wood, but may have met him before in passing. Chris Brose, a staff member on the Senate Armed Services Committee, and David Kramer, a former assistant secretary of state with Russian expertise, joined McCain and Wood in a room off the main conference hall. Who is the one colluding with Russia exactly? Who is Sir Andrew Wood? A Former UK-Moscow Ambassador.
After discussing Russian election interference for a few minutes, Wood explained why he'd approached McCain in the first place.
It is pretty clear by what John McCain wrote, he was working on a masterful piece of fiction. "Our impromptu meeting felt charged with a strange intensity," McCain wrote. "No one wise-cracked to lighten the mood. We spoke in lowered voices. The room was dimly lit, and the atmosphere was eerie." It all seemed "too strange a scenario to believe" at first, he wrote, but the six-term senator felt that "even a remote risk that the President of the United States might be vulnerable to Russian extortion had to be investigated."
The group agreed to send Kramer to London to meet Christopher Steele. When Kramer returned from the meeting and told McCain that Steele seemed to be a reputable source, No Name agreed to receive a copy of the dossier. "The allegations were disturbing, but I had no idea which if any were true," McCain said. "I could not independently verify any of it, and so I did what any American who cares about our nation's security should have done. I put the dossier in my office safe, called the office of the director of the FBI, Jim Comey, and asked for a meeting." McCain turned the dossier over to Comey in a meeting on December 9, 2016 that he said lasted about 10 minutes. "I did what duty demanded I do," McCain wrote, adding that anyone who disagrees with his decision can "go to hell." Convenient.
When John McCain passed away, it was Joe Biden that delivered his eulogy. Fitting, as both were in on the coup against President Trump.
When taking a look through information on the McCain Institute, which John McCain has denied in the past of "having anything to do with" despite having provided the $9 million dollars to start the "foundation."
How much was the McCain (McCain Institute) paid to peddle the Steele Dossier. In 2016, while taking a look through the McCain Institute, there was a very interesting guest at the yearly Sedona Forum. None other then James Clapper, who also played a part in the Coup D'Etat against President Trump. I couldn't find how much Clapper was paid to speak at the forum. Perhaps that's the way Clapper was paid for his part in the Coup?
In addition, there are many deep state swamp creatures on the Board of Directors for the McCain Institute. Most interesting-Lynn Forester de Rothschild.
In 2016, the McCain Institute received some very large donations from interesting parties. Since the tax form for the McCain Institute is missing from all the others provided on Charity Watch websites, this is the only gauge we have at our disposal to determine who provided large donations. These are from the $100,000 and up category. Michael Bloomberg, The Eranda Rothschild Foundation and you guessed it-George Soro's. In addition, they received over 100,000 from the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia.
In addition, they received over $100,000 from the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia. What's interesting, is that Bloomberg (the same to also donate to the McCain Institute) discovered the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia paid the McCain Institute $1 million dollars.
As a senator, McCain is prohibited by federal law from directly accepting money from foreign governments, but those rules do not apply to non-profits, even if they hold close ties to politicians.
According to Michael Bloomberg, the Clinton Foundation also accepted money from foreign governments, including Saudi Arabia, Australia, Norway, and Sweden, according to Bloomberg. Some of these funds were donated while Hillary Clinton was serving in an official capacity as secretary of state. Was this the money funneled to the McCain Institute for payment of services? If so, it would seem it only took 1 Million Dollars for McCain to commit treason and sedition by helping in a Coup D'Etat against a duly elected President.