Christopher Steele, the former British spy who created the anti-Donald Trump Russia “dossier,” used unverified information he found on a CNN website where users generated their own content, he told a court last year.

Fox News reported Saturday that Steele, testifying in a defamation lawsuit filed by Russian entrepreneur Aleksej Gubarev last year, said that he obtained information about one of Gubarev’s companies on “something called CNN iReport.” (The lawsuit was dismissed in December.)

As Fox News noted, CNN iReport, which is now apparently out of service, invited members of the public to submit their own content as a form of citizen journalism. The service contained a disclaimer (original emphasis):

The views and content on this site are solely those of the contributors. CNN makes no guarantees about the content or the coverage on!

Read more

The corruption on the left has become apparent after Lisa Page’s testimony and months of the fake Russian collusion witch hunt. Owen comments on the latest headlines.

The Reopen America Back to School Special is now live! Save up to 60% on our most popular items!

Related Articles