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100’s of Democrats Wounded by Ohr’s 302’s

  Can anyone imagine what these wounded Democrats are thinking, today? After almost three years of claiming the moral high ground and obedience to nothing short of absolute greatness and honor? Wham! This will be a ‘drive-by’ etched forever in the annals of Democrat Party history. How many times did they have opportunities to run for cover, but intentionally refused! ...

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Bruce Ohr Documents Undercut FBI Claims In Carter Page FISAs

Justice Department official Bruce Ohr told the FBI in November 2016 about meetings between dossier author Christopher Steele and a reporter who published a story about the former British spy’s allegations against Carter Page The disclosure poses a potential problem for the FBI, which asserted in surveillance warrants against Page that the bureau did not believe that Steele provided information ...

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Justice Department Releases Bruce Ohr Interview Notes

The Justice Department on Thursday released partially redacted transcripts of interviews that Bruce Ohr conducted with the FBI after his contacts with Christopher Steele, the author of the infamous anti-Trump dossier. Ohr, who served as deputy assistant general in the Justice Department, had numerous contacts with Steele during and after the 2016 election regarding as part of an investigation into ...

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Gowdy Urges Release Of FBI Informant Transcript, Says ‘There Are Going To Be Others’

Trey Gowdy urged the release of an FBI transcript he says contains exculpatory information gathered during the bureau’s Trump-Russia probe. Gowdy said in an interview on Fox News that there are likely other transcripts that should be released. The transcript in question is likely to be from a September 2016 conversation between alleged FBI informant Stefan Halper and George Papadopoulos. ...

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DOJ To Release Some Bruce Ohr Documents ‘Imminently’

The Justice Department will release FBI documents early next week related to Bruce Ohr, the Justice Department official who met with dossier author Christopher Steele. In a court filing submitted last Thursday, Justice Department lawyers said the agency will provide FBI notes of interviews conducted with Ohr to Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group that sued for the records last ...

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What’s Worse: Russia Helping A U.S. Political Candidate, Or A Sitting U.S. President Corruptly Destroying A Candidate?

We have the administration of Barack Obama to thank for the horrible political corruption they put in place when they lied to the FISA court and allowed the FBI and the State Department to illegally spy on the Trump presidential campaign and accumulate false data to be used against Trump as “insurance”, in the texted words of FBI investigator, Peter ...

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Nunes Says He Has Finally Seen Mueller ‘Scope Memo’

California Rep. Devin Nunes said Wednesday that he has finally seen the Justice Department memo that laid out the parameters of the special counsel’s probe. Nunes, a Republican, indicated in an interview on Fox News’s “Hannity” that the Aug. 2, 2017 memo shows the infamous and unverified Steele dossier was relevant to the special counsel’s probe. “Ultimately, that Steele dossier ...

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Carter Page: FBI Informant ‘Intensified’ Outreach Before Spy Warrant Application

Carter Page said Sunday that his contacts with Stefan Halper, an alleged FBI informant, “intensified” in the month before the U.S. government obtained its first spy warrant against the former Trump campaign aide. “My conversations with him intensified right, the month before my illegitimate FISA warrant, in September 2016, when all these defamatory articles were being placed by the DNC,” ...

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Mark Meadows: FBI Knew ‘Within 60 Days’ That Russia Probe Was ‘Built On A Foundation Of Sand’

James Comey looking down

North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows said Friday night that the FBI knew within 60 days of opening the Trump-Russia probe that the investigation was “built on a foundation of sand.” “Within 60 days of them opening the investigation, prior to [Robert] Mueller coming on, the FBI and the [Department of Justice] knew that Christopher Steele was not credible, the dossier ...

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Top House Republican Points To ‘Several Indications’ Peter Strzok Was FBI Leaker

A top House Republican is asking the Justice Department’s inspector general whether Peter Strzok is the former FBI official accused of leaking sensitive materials to the press and accepting gifts from a reporter. Georgia Rep. Doug Collins, the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, sent a letter Thursday to Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department inspector general (IG), inquiring about ...

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Comey Accuses Barr Of ‘Echoing Conspiracy Theories’

Former FBI Director James Comey accused Attorney General William Barr on Saturday of peddling “conspiracy theories” about the origins of the Russia investigation during an interview with CBS News. Bill Barr on CBS offers no facts. An AG should not be echoing conspiracy theories. He should gather facts and show them. That is what Justice is about. — James Comey ...

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After Eight Months, Intel Community Will Finish Classification Review Of Russia Transcripts ‘Very Soon’

The intelligence community is nearly done with a classification review of more than 50 transcripts from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence’s Russia investigation, a spokesperson for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence tells The Daily Caller News Foundation. “Throughout this process, we have cooperatively worked with the committee to complete the review in a timely manner, ...

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Barr Says Official Explanation For Trump Surveillance Isn’t Adding Up

Attorney General William Barr says that official statements about the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation “are just not jiving” with information he has learned during his short stint in office. “I assumed I’d get answers when I went in and I have not gotten answers that are well satisfactory, and in fact probably have more questions,” Barr said in an ...

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