Ted Malloch Speaks Out on the Real Russia Collusion – How the Media Got the Trump-Russia Dossier
Ted Malloch is a friend of Jerome Corsi and Roger Stone and therefore is frequently mentioned by the mainstream media in their ongoing coverage of the Russia collusion hoax.
Hint: David Kramer, an aide to Senator John McCain, passed it to Buzz Feed.
The now late, senior Republican Senator from Arizona had been in office since 1987.
He is perhaps best remembered as the losing nominee for President in 2006, when he went down overwhelmingly in defeat to Barack Obama.
As a young Naval Academy graduate McCain was a less than brilliant student, graduating near the bottom of his class. But due to his family pedigree, his father and grandfather were both accomplished Admirals, he was able to secure a coveted spot as a naval aviator.
Don’t ask how.
Flying missions in the Vietnam War he was shot down captured, imprisoned and tortured.
As a hawkish neoconservative politician, McCain earned a reputation as a “maverick.” It was something the hot-tempered Senator sought and relished.
His colleagues and staff considered him most disagreeable.
As a member of the Keating Five scandal, McCain skirted with the law and redeemed himself in an all out effort on campaign finance reform. This became his signature piece of legislation.
McCain chaired the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, where he developed a taste for personal diplomacy.
He vehemently opposed pork barrel spending at the DOD. He liked to grandstand and was a huge favorite with the mainstream press, i.e., he became a liberal.
In 2015, Senator McCain in his fifth term became chairman of the Armed Services Committee, something he longed for as a capstone in his long political career.
From that perch he would travel the world over, meet with global leaders and generals, and pontificate on US policy.
He was, some said, his own State Department — of one.
He loved all the attention.
On November 8, 2016 after Christopher Steele the former MI6 agent had passed his (DNC/Hillary Clinton paid for) Trump-Russia dossier on to both his own MI-6 intelligence service in the UK, and to the FBI, Sir Alan Wood, a former UK ambassador was at a meeting attended by Senator John McCain.
The meeting was the annual International Security Forum in Halifax, Canada.
The ambassador confidentially talked about a report that compromised the incoming President and got McCain’s full attention.
McCain was no fan of Donald Trump’s.
McCain dispatched a senior aide and former State Department official to London to meet Christopher Steele in person, the dossier’s author and get briefed.
The name of that person is David Kramer.
He was given a copy of the dossier and returned in 24 hours to Washington, DC, where he gave it to McCain.
It is now known that Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS met that same day with McCain and gave him the FULL copy of the dossier.
Senator McCain did not like what he read.
So he set up a meeting with FBI Director, James Comey, which took place on December 9, 2016.
Kramer also gave a copy to Buzz Feed, according to court filings released yesterday.
The meeting with Buzz Feed took place on December 23, 2016, where he saw Buzz Feed journalist, Ken Bensinger.
The entire dossier was then published on January 10, 2017.
Kramer was its source.
Kramer also met with McCain’s Chief of Staff to discuss the contents of the dossier. He went to see Victoria Nuland, who was the Assistant Secretary of State for Europe and Eurasia for Secretary of State, John Kerry.
She sent him to meet with Celeste Wallende, President Obama’s Russia expert on the National Security Council.
This is how the Russia hoax got started and circulated across all of DC and the media.
McCain was no friend of Trump’s and did not back him in either his primary or general campaigns.
He saw him as dangerous, isolationist and a challenge to the entire establishment.
“Upon examination of the contents, and unable to make a judgment about their accuracy, I delivered the information to the Director of the FBI. That has been the extent of my contact with the FBI or any other government agency regarding this issue,” the Senator said in a prepared statement.