Now that Donald Trump is becoming more trouble than he’s worth to his puppet master Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin is openly and publicly threatening to end Trump’s presidency by pointing out that “Not all US Presidents were able to complete their term in office” (link). Many expect that if and when Putin decides to finish Trump off, he’ll do it by releasing the infamous “Pee Pee Tape.” This comes in light of timely new information that says three different sources have confirmed the tape.
Former MI6 agent Christopher Steele is the one who pushed into the public spotlight the allegation that the Kremlin filmed Donald Trump and Russian prostitutes engaging in lewd acts and has been holding it for blackmail material. But it turns out his source isn’t the only source for that claim. Paul Wood has written in a major British publication, The Spectator, that he also heard about the blackmail material from “two sources months before the Steele dossier came to light” (link). This means we’re looking at three sources confirming the Pee Pee Tape. And it may come to light soon, whether Putin decides to release it or not.
Steele is not yet known to have testified for U.S. investigators looking into the Trump-Russia scandal. But it has been confirmed that he turned over all of his sources to investigators. That means everyone from the relevant congressional committees to Special Counsel Robert Mueller now has a roadmap for tracing the “Pee Pee Tape” story and other Steele allegations back to their origins.
We’ve seen how aggressive Mueller has been in trying to get Donald Trump’s co-conspirators such as Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn to flip on him. One can only assume that Mueller is pursuing Steele’s sources just as aggressively, with the difference being that none of them have any motivation to protect Trump. If the Pee Pee Tape surfaces, Trump’s presidency won’t survive the bodyblow politically, whether the video shows any crimes being committed or not.
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