FBI appealed to Steele dossier for warrants


Senator Lindsey Graham reveals new facts that the FBI still addresses to the golden shower dossier, made out by former spy Christopher Steele to prolong warrants on observing Trump’s mate.

The Republican of South Carolina regarded new documents about Justice Department official Bruce Ohr’s contact with Steele “the tip of the ice berg,” adding: “I know personally there’s a lot more out there.”

Graham, running the Senate Judiciary Committee, depicted bias of the information in the Justice Department.

“Here’s what we’re looking at: Systematic corruption at the highest level of the Department of Justice and the FBI against and in favor of Hillary Clinton,” said Graham. 

In his words, Robert Mueller will conduct an investigation retirement of ex FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe who has filed a lawsuit against the government.

“It gives me a chance as the chairman of the committee to look into whether or not the FBI did inappropriately toward McCabe or was it his fault that he got fired? I’ll look into that. The documents show that ‘he chief source of the FISA warrant was Mr. Steele, who hated Trump’s guts. The investigation of Trump is very biased,” he said.

In his opinion, “the insurance policy is what we’re seeing here, getting into the Trump campaign,” adding “The FISA warrant against Carter Page was a fraud, I believe. The counter-intelligence investigation is something we have to look at very closely.”

The FBI appealed to the dossier made up by Steele to prolong warrants aimed at Donald Trump regardless Brit’s bias against the President. Particularly, edited documents from Judicial Watch showed the FBI neglection of the red flags against Steele to submit an application on several Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants.

FBI appealed to Steele dossier for warrants

They also showed that Justice Department official Bruce Ohr had been dealing with Steele for six months until the dismissal of former spy by FBI for illegal contacts with media.

Actually, the FBI reported the FISA court that it “did not believe” that Steele was a ground for Yahoo News article where mentioned about his conspiracy with Russian officials. Moreover, London’s court reports depict that Steele informed Yahoo News and other journalists in Autumn 2016 towards Fusion GPS.

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