The New Yorker on Christopher Steele

Jane Mayer has a fascinating piece in The New Yorker on Christopher Steele, the former British spy who put together the dossier on the Russian interference in the 2016 election and the part babyman and his minions played in it.

Bottom line: The indictments can’t come fast enough. The entire Republican Party is complicit. And treason is not a strong enough word to describe what the crimson menace and his band of thugs have done to this country.

The link above connects you to the story and an audio reading. The reading takes an hour and 42 minutes. It is worth your time.

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