Nearly a year ago, Democrats were hellbent on bringing down the President, no matter the cost.

During last year’s House Intelligence Committee Hearing, Democrats on the panel would not let up about the infamous Steele dossier.

But what a difference one year makes.

Now, the Democrats on that same committee have lost interest in the dossier—which means the witch hunt may soon be over.

A Democrat-authored report released Friday reveals that Schiff & Co has lost interest in the dossier over the past year.

The Daily Caller reported:

Steele’s dossier alleged that Manafort directed Page’s contacts with the Kremlin for the purposes of collusion. But no evidence has emerged supporting the claim, and both Page and Manafort have denied ever speaking to each other.

Castro devoted the bulk of his questioning of Comey to questions about the dossier.

“I want to take a moment to turn the Christopher Steele dossier, which was first mentioned in the media just before the election and published in full by media outlets in January,” said Castro. “My focus today is to explore how many claims within Steele’s dossier are looking more and more likely, as though they are accurate.”

The report, which was released alongside a report written by committee Republicans, makes almost no reference to Steele’s dossier allegations. Democrats also provided no evidence to back up any of the questions they raised in the Comey hearing a year earlier.

The 99-page report, which is dated March 26, mentions the word “dossier” 18 times, mostly in reference to allegations made by committee Republicans about the document. Steele is mentioned 11 times. Fusion GPS and Perkins Coie are not mentioned at all.

Fusion GPS is the opposition research firm that hired Steele in June 2016 to investigate Trump’s alleged ties to Russia. Perkins Coie is the Clinton campaign and DNC law firm that hired Fusion in the first place.

Republicans, on the other hand, have had a renewed focus on the dossier this year in the hopes of discovering its exact origins.

The Daily Caller continued:

Republicans, in contrast, have ramped up their focus on the dossier over the past year. Pressure from committee Republicans forced Perkins Coie to come forward in October to acknowledge hiring Fusion GPS. Congressional Republicans have also forced out details of the FBI’s reliance on the dossier to obtain spy warrants on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

Republican lawmakers frequently point out in interviews that none of the dossier’s most disturbing allegations have been proved in the 15 months since BuzzFeed published it.

Though the battle is far from over, silence on the part of the Democrats may mark the end of the Russia narrative soon.

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