If you want to make a quick buck, have you considered the fake documents racket? Well, there’s a new market that’s just emerged after President Trump’s astounding and historic victory last November, gullible liberals grasping at anything in an effort to stop all the Trump winning.
We might not be sick of all the winning yet, but apparently, liberals are.
A liberal activist desperate to take down President Donald Trump paid thousands of dollars for what turned out to be forged documents, revealing a willingness among Trump’s critics to believe almost anything that might hurt his presidency.
The Israeli flew to Rome in January to meet with an Italian businessman who promised him a set of potentially explosive documents on Trump in exchange for $9,000 in cash, reports Buzzfeed News. The documents appeared to prove ExxonMobil had secretly bribed the president to nominate Rex Tillerson as his secretary of state, and the man eagerly passed them on to Democrat operatives and journalists. But they turned out to be forgeries.
The story is a look inside a growing market for information and is just one example of the lengths Trump’s opponents will go in the hopes of toppling his presidency, and gives a glimpse inside the growing market for potentially damaging information on him. Scam artists have taken note, Buzzfeed reports, and are whipping up elaborate schemes to tempt activists with fake information for a price.
Source: Liberals Are So Desperate To Take Down Trump They’re Paying Thousands For Fake Docs | True Pundit