Speaker Ryan Said He Would Never Support President Trump and He Never Has – Now We Know His Office Was Also Pushing Fake Russia Dossier!
Guest post by Joe Hoft
Go on now go.
Walk out the door.
Don’t turn around now.
‘Cause you’re not welcome anymore.
Famous words by Gloria Gaynor
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Speaker Paul Ryan was adamantly against candidate and then President Trump. He said so in a tape released after the election of Ryan speaking with House Republicans.
He was also allegedly linked to the release of the p*ssy tape which almost cost candidate Trump the election.
Ryan did nothing to support the President’s border wall and to address the criminal Deep State. He actually allowed the corrupt FBI, DOJ and Mueller investigation to harass President Trump since before his inauguration.
Now we come to find out that he was involved in pushing the fake Russia Fusion dossier.
In early October, 2016, the TGP reported that the Clinton Campaign (Washington Post) released a video of Donald Trump bragging about grabbing p*ssy in an off the record conversation with Billy Bush. Of course this report was coordinated and all over the air waves up an until the election.
The Los Angeles Times reported hours after audio was released of Donald Trump making sexually suggestive comments about a woman, that House Speaker Paul D. Ryan castigated Trump and said he would no longer attend their scheduled event on Saturday.
“I am sickened by what I heard today,” Ryan said in a statement. “Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified. I hope Mr. Trump treats this situation with the seriousness it deserves and works to demonstrate to the country that he has greater respect for women than this clip suggests.”
Paul Ryan was scheduled to campaign with Trump for the first time on Saturday October 8th, 2016.
It never happened.
— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) October 8, 2016
Then that Sunday Donald Trump crushed Hillary Clinton in one of the most lopsided debates in political history. It was a brilliant performance. Trump made everyone forget about the WaPo tape.
On Monday Paul Ryan sabotaged Donald Trump again and changed the political narrative.
Ryan announced he will not campaign with or defend Donald Trump for the rest of the election cycle. This was an odd statement considering Paul Ryan had not once defended Donald Trump during the campaign. He only attacked Trump, the record-setting Republican primary winner.
Liberty University president Jerry Falwell, Jr. suggested that GOP elites may have leaked the video.
There were “rumors” that Paul Ryan’s close advisor #NeverTrumper Dan Senor was behind the leaks. Mike Cernovich was the first to release this information –
— DEPLORABLE TRUMPER (@jamesayo610) October 11, 2016
Jim Hoft at TGP spoke with a reporter at the time who believed the reports were true. It was GOP elites who released the audio to the Washington Post. GOP elites connected to Speaker Paul Ryan.
Then TGP noted that Dan Senor had been pushing the WaPo audio all day on October 10th, 2016. He was determined to keep the Billy Bush story alive. He was
Retweeted Dan Senor (@dansenor):
Note to media: if interviewing Trump surrogates today, focus q's on tape…. https://t.co/ibt5Scsknb
— Barbara Espinosa (@1Barbara1) October 11, 2016
Then it was noted that Dan Senor’s wife took credit for releasing the Billy Bush tape. Dan Senor’s wife, liberal reporter Campbell Brown, tweeted this out the following night.
Next President Trump was inaugurated and the Speaker did nothing to support the President who was under constant unfounded attacks about a fake Trump – Russia collusion conspiracy. But as his own party’s congressmen uncovered blatant government corruption by the DOJ, FBI and Mueller teams, Speaker Ryan did nothing.
Now we know why Speaker Ryan was so lackadaisical about finding the truth regarding the fake Trump dossier and anything related to President Trump. This dossier was created by the Clinton campaign and then pushed to the media in an effort to embarrass and harass the President. Also pushing the fake dossier was Speaker Ryan’s Chief of Staff, John Burks –