It’s the tape that everyone wants to see surface, but no one wants to actually watch. It’s the “Pee Pee Tape” involving Donald Trump, Russian prostitutes, and acts not even worth spelling out. According to the much debated Christopher Steele Trump-Russia dossier, it exists, and Vladimir Putin is using it to blackmail Trump. But is this a real thing? We’re suddenly much closer to getting there.
Awhile back, one of the people named in the dossier decided to sue BuzzFeed, who originally published the dossier. The dossier accused this guy of conspiring with Russian hackers to alter the outcome of the election. Not only did BuzzFeed prevail in that suit, the evidence in the suit has just been released publicly tonight. It confirms that the allegations in the dossier about Russian hackers are indeed legitimate.
This is, by far, the biggest concrete step yet when it comes to proving that the Trump-Russia dossier is indeed a work of fact and not a work of fiction. Considering how much of the dossier has now been proven, it means the Pee Pee Tape is also very probably real. That puts us a lot closer to seeing it come to light.
After all, once the public gets confirmation of what material a blackmailer is holding over an asset’s head, that material starts to become useless. At that point, the blackmailer will sometimes simply release the material publicly, under the calculation that it’s better to finish off the now useless asset. Stay tuned.
Bill Palmer is the publisher of the political news outlet Palmer Report