The Guardian reported on Tuesday that a second Trump-Russia dossier, this time produced by shady Clinton political operative and “secret spy” Cody Shearer.
The Shearer memo was provided to the FBI in October 2016.
Like the Fusion GPS dossier, the Shearer Memo alleges that Donald Trump was compromised during a 2013 trip to Moscow, an incident referred to as “PeeGate.” The memo cited an unnamed source within Russia’s FSB, the state security service.
The left-wing news organization said that they “cannot verify any of the claims.”
His sister, Brooke Shearer, was a personal aide to First Lady Hillary Clinton in the early 1990s and worked in the Interior Department during Bill Clinton’s second term. In 1994, President Clinton appointed Brooke’s husband, Strobe Talbott, to Deputy Secretary of State.
One of Shearer’s brothers, Derek, was appointed by President Clinton to be Secretary to Finland.
His father was successful celebrity gossip columnist Lloyd Shearer.
A ProPublica-Gawker investigation found that Cody Shearer and Sidney Blumenthal (who started the Birther conspiracy theory) were apart of the “Clinton Spy Network.”
In a separate, secret memo unearthed by the ProPublica-Gawker investigation, Cody’s brother Derek wrote a letter to President Bill Clinton in 1993.
“I believe in political debts as well as in friendship,” Shearer wrote in the memo. “Below is as objective a listing as I can give of the ways in which I contributed to your winning Presidential effort.”
One of the first reasons listed is that he and his wife maxed out as donors to Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign.
“Ruth and I immediately donated the maximum to you, and I raised early money for you from my parents, my friends, and my colleagues,” he said.
Shearer described how he worked with George Stephanopoulos, who was then Clinton’s communications director, on drafts of speeches. He also described how his brother Cody was a member of the “Clinton Spy Network.”
“I also began working behind-the-scenes with Cody and with Sid Blumenthal to promote your candidacy, to defend you and to attack your enemies,” Shearer said.
in 1999, Cody Shearer was outed by MSNBC’s Chris Matthews as the “mysterious jogger” who intimidated Kathleen Willey, one of the women who accused President Bill Clinton of sexual assault. Shearer bumped into Willey while she was jogging outside her home in Richmond, Virginia and