On Wednesday, Michael Cohen testified in front of the House Oversight Committee in an effort to take down President Trump.
The Steele dossier, which was paid for by Hillary Clinton and the DNC, has been used as the basis of the entire Russian Collusion investigation.
The dossier stated that Cohen went to Prague where he conducted private meetings with Kremlin officials.
This is what he had to say when asked if he had ever been to Prague.
“Have you ever been to Prague?” Rep. Ralph Norman, R-S.C., asked Cohen Wednesday.
“I’ve never been to Prague,” Cohen said. “I’ve never been to the Czech Republic.”
The questions surrounding Cohen’s alleged travel to Prague come from the dossier, first published in January 2017 by BuzzFeed News, detailing salacious and unfounded allegations against President Trump. Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, was also named in the dossier.
The dossier stated that Cohen had “secret meeting/s with Kremlin officials in August 2016” in Prague.
In August 2017, Cohen denied the allegations made in the dossier, calling them “totally false.” Cohen’s attorney, who was Stephen Ryan at the time, also said that Cohen “never traveled to Prague, Czech Republic, as evidenced by his passport” and “did not participate in meetings with Kremlin officials in Prague in August 2016.”
The fact that the FBI is using the dossier as a reliable source to investigate the President is very alarming and a serious abuse of power.
The dossier was highly centered around the idea that Cohen went to Prague to have a secret meeting with Kremlin officials and now that we know this is simply untrue, the rest of the dossier cannot be trusted.
Cohen says he has never been to Prague — a claim that, if true, refutes a key claim in the Steele Dossier pic.twitter.com/zgmJbgLhue
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) February 27, 2019
When the dossier was originally published, Cohen posted on Twitter that “I have never been to Prague in my life.
— Michael Cohen (@MichaelCohen212) January 11, 2017
Lanny Davis, Cohen’s lawyer, also stated that he had never been to Prague.
This evidence alone is a huge blow to the Russian collusion narrative and is just more proof that the Trump Campaign did nothing wrong.
Check out what Fox News reported.
The dossier was authored by ex-British spy Christopher Steele, who compiled information for the controversial document on behalf of Fusion GPS, which was hired to conduct opposition research funded by the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign through law firm Perkins Coie.
The dossier “formed an essential part” of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants approved to surveil then-Trump campaign associate Carter Page, according to a House GOP memo alleging government surveillance abuse during 2016.
The Russian Collusion narrative is obviously falling apart and its becoming increasingly clear that the Democrats do not care about “justice,” they only care about destroying President Trump at all costs.
Cohen’s only purpose in testifying to Congress is to appease the far Left in hopes that what he says would decrease his prison sentence.
Considering that Cohen is trying to provide “dirt” on Trump, the fact that he admitted he never went to Prague is something we should all believe.
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