Seven Days in January: Trump Claims to Canary Trap Leaking ODNI/CIA Briefers, Calls CNN 'Fake News' Buzzfeed 'A Pile of Garbage'

Seven Days in January: Trump Claims to Canary Trap Leaking ODNI/CIA Briefers, Calls CNN 'Fake News' Buzzfeed 'A Pile of Garbage'

As the Russia Analyst predicted, team Trump is fighting back and the soft coup to de-legitimize the president elect of the United States is unraveling. Another prediction, from Team Rogue Money's Intelligence Insider mentor 'W', made in an interview with V before the end of the year, that we would see a hard year for many who went against Trump is also coming true. The identity of the 'ex' MI6 officer who reportedly put together the dirty 'pee-gate' dossier on behalf of Trump's political adversaries, has been revealed as 52-year-old Christopher Steele of Orbis Business Intelligence (a name he distressingly for Google searches, shares with an unrelated gay porn star).

Despite legacy media disputing Trump's implication that intel services were involved in the latest smear of him, the UK's Defence and Security Media Advisory issued a 'D notice' requesting British media not circulate Mr. Steele's name Wednesday -- even though it has been reported by the WSJ and numerous other American outlets. Mr. Steele has scurried away from his Surrey, UK home and is nowhere to be found by reporters, while the UK television tax-funded BBC is doing damage control to bolster the dossier and their beleaguered CNN colleagues across the Pond. We strongly suspect after January 20 Her Majesty's Ambassador to the United States as well as British Prime Minister Theresa May are going to be hearing from Trump aides regarding the so-called 'impartiality' of taxpayer-funded (and historically, MI6 mouthpiece) BBC and whether Mr. Steele is in fact an 'ex' MI6 officer when the British government tried to treat him briefly as if he were still on Her Majesty's Secret Service (aka the Russian expression that there's no such thing as an 'ex' chekist).

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