The Washington Post recently wrote a review of Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that was behind the so-called “Trump dossier.”
The dossier was compiled by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele and has since become the center of a congressional investigation due to its investigative tactics.
In their review, the Post mentioned the dossier in the last half, while mentioning other previous cases that Fusion GPS undertook, such as a land deal in Beverly Hills, California and when Theranos, a medical device company, allegedly intimidated journalists at the Wall Street Journal.
As The Federalist pointed out, the Post’s review of Fusion GPS did not mention how the firm worked with foreign government supporters to criticize its vocal opponents. One example was Venezuela, which claimed that a human rights and anti-government activist was a racist and pedophile, and another was an alleged smear campaign surrounding an American law that could impose sanctions on Russian officials.