WATCH: Adam Schiff says he has no regrets giving Steele Dossier credit even if it has been thoroughly denied

On Sunday, MSNBC’s Chuck Todd cornered Adam Schiff for giving Steele Dossier credibility over the past four years.

Earlier this week, even the Washington Post on the left side took a hit, withdrawing their reporting on Dossier. They have gone so far as to say that they can no longer “stand up to precision”.

Before getting to the point, Todd played old clips of Schiff with rave reviews on Dossier before asking him if he had any regrets.

“As the chairman of the House intelligence committee, do you regret trusting Steele’s records before anyone could verify anything in them. A lot of clips were made before any good verification. Look, there are a number of media organizations that erroneously published this profile without verifying it. It’s a separate conversation for those news organizations. But you helped give it credibility, do you regret it?,” Todd asked.

“I don’t regret saying we should investigate the claims of a former respected British intelligence officer,” Schiff replied, completely dodging the question.

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As I mentioned above, the Washington Post even had to review some of their bogus reports about Dossier.

According to their new update, they “fixed and removed parts of the two stories”. The change comes after new revelations revealed that a large portion of the Dossier had been debunked or originated from political insiders close to Hillary Clinton and other members of the Democratic Party.

The Washington Post on Friday took the unusual step of correcting and deleting the bulk of two articles, published in March 2017 and February 2019, that identified a Belarusian-American businessman. was the primary source of the ‘Steele Dossier,’ a largely unverified collection of reports claiming the Russian government had compromised information about then-candidate Donald Trump,” they wrote.

The newspaper’s executive editor, Sally Buzbee, said The Post could no longer stand up to the accuracy of those elements of the story. They have identified businessman Sergei Millian as ‘Source D’, the unnamed figure who delivered the most serious allegation in the record to its lead author, former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele,” they added.

Sadly, there will be no “calculation” because the Washington Post is backed by elite media and big money.

The only way they will be held accountable is if millions of Americans start waking up. Americans must realize that newspapers like the Washington Post will lie, cheat, and steal to get their way. | WATCH: Adam Schiff says he has no regrets giving Steele Dossier credit even if it has been thoroughly denied

Huynh Nguyen

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