BREAKING: PLANNED PARENTHOOD Behind Trump Dosier Leak… Here’s What We Know

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The research firm named Fusion GPS that hired a former British spy, Christopher Steele, in an effort to dig up dirt on Donald Trump has a shady history themselves.  It seems they are the very same shady outfit hired by Planned Parenthood in their efforts to combat backlash and put a “positive” spin on videos showing the sale the remains of aborted babies. Steele is the author of the salacious and false 35-page Trump dossier that was published without verification by BuzzFeed on Tuesday.

The Wall Street Journal identified Steele by name on Wednesday as the author of the document.  Steele runs a U.K.-based business intelligence firm called Orbis.  Steele is a former spy for M16 or the British equivalent of the CIA.  From the contacts he developed from Russia through his work he then in turn, used to provide information about Trump.

The newspaper reported that Steele gave the information he had compiled to the British government. The file was also given to FBI director James Comey last month by Arizona Sen. John McCain.

Fusion GPS is not disclosed in any campaign finance reports, and no one claims to know which Democratic groups hired the firm. You may remember the name Fusion GPS though from a different story, albeit no less sketchy reasons.

According to the Daily Caller

In 2015, Planned Parenthood hired Fusion GPS to produce a “forensic report” that looked at videos released by the pro-life group Center for Medical Progress showing Planned Parenthood officials negotiating the purchase of fetal tissue.

As The Weekly Standard reported, Fusion GPS pushed the report to Politico, which reported that the videos bore evidence of “manipulation.” There was no evidence that the videos had been manipulated, though they had been edited.

Fusion GPS was involved in activities similar to the Trump dossier project in 2012. The Wall Street Journal reported then that a Democratic super PAC hired the opposition research group to go after an Idaho billionaire named Frank VanderSloot after he donated $1 million to a pro-Mitt Romney super PAC.

The Journal reported that a researcher hired by Fusion GPS visited courthouses in Idaho looking for negative information about VanderSloot. Negative stories about him soon began circulating around Idaho and Washington.

As with its contract with the mysterious anti-Trump GOP donor, Fusion GPS’s name is not found in any campaign finance disclosure report.

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