In a move that is likely to break the Russian Collusion narrative wide open, a Florida judge has ruled that depositions made by a former State Dept. official and the ex-British spy Christopher Steele must be released on March 14.


Yesterday, U.S. District Court Judge Ursula Ungaro ruled that the deposition testimony by former State Department official David Kramer and ex-British spy Christopher Steele must be released by March 14.

Both men fought tooth and nail to keep their statement private from the public.

The 13-day countdown will likely prove a death blow to the Russian collusion narrative, because the depositions were made for BuzzFeed in a lawsuit filed by Aleksej Gubarev, a Russian businessman accused in the dossier of using his companies to hack into DNC computers.

Although Ungaro dismissed the lawsuit on December 19, the information will probably deliver key facts on how and why the dossier was created, and then craftily spread throughout Washington.

Kramer, a former State Department official, provided the dossier to a BuzzFeed reporter Dec. 28, 2016, several weeks after meeting with Steele in London.”

Steele had been hired to create the dossier, by his own testimony, as a way for Hillary Clinton to be able to challenge the results of the 2016 presidential election… in case her other schemes didn’t work.

Many people remember that Clinton was also Secretary of State before her run and have suggested that Kramer was one of her lackeys, doing her bidding.

Steele was hired in June 2016 by the opposition research firm Fusion GPS. With Clinton’s strong ties to Russia, the best way to throw dust in the public’s eye about her own vast collusion with the nation, was to accuse Donald Trump of doing what she was guilty of.

The ‘vast conspiracy’ has not been proven, and in fact, a number of the claims in the dossier have been firmly discovered false.

Although the document was never verified, and Obama officials knew that it was fabricated by Clinton and the DNC, the FBI used it anyway to get secret wiretaps and surveillance warrants against Carter Page and other Trump team members.

“The dossier suffered a heavy blow Wednesday, during the congressional testimony of former Trump attorney Michael Cohen. Cohen denied, under oath, he visited Prague during the 2016 campaign, as the dossier alleges.

“Steele, a former MI6 official, claimed Cohen visited Kremlin officials in Prague to discuss paying off Russian hackers.”

Basically, the false document was used to create a false investigation designed to fish for any and every minor infraction possible. However, democrats didn’t count on the president’s integrity. The plan has backfired, and the more that is discovered shows just how vile and conniving the left is, many people argue.

Now, these depositions will shed more light on the State Department’s involvement… and guilt.