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Yates was engaged in nothing less than a three-stage coup against Trump: first, she joined Peter Strzok, Christopher Steele, and John Brennan in trying to “stop” Trump from winning; then, once he won, she allowed Ohr to continue collecting dirt from Steele in the hopes of preventing Trump’s inauguration (not to mention her entrapment of Michael Flynn, based on her Eddie Haskell-like concern about “Logan Act violations”); finally, once Trump did enter office, she used her Justice Department perch to defy his Travel ban, a ban that the Supreme Court has thoroughly vindicated. How are Yates and her pitiful subordinate Bruce Ohr any different from crooked officials in some Latin American banana republic?
It is hilarious to see Hillary still whining about the alleged disadvantages she suffered in 2016, given that the entire Obama administration — from John Brennan at the CIA to Sally Yates, Bruce Ohr, and Loretta Lynch, among others, at the Justice Department to Peter Strzok and Lisa Page at the FBI — had weaponized its most sensitive powers against her opponent. Yet she still couldn’t win. It can’t be repeated enough that one government did in fact collude with a U.S. campaign — ours, under an Obama administration that had stuck its Ohr in the water for Hillary.
originally posted by: carewemust
MORE from Congressman Mark Meadows:
We've learned NEW information suggesting our suspicions are true: FBI/DOJ have previously leaked info to the press, and then used those same press stories as a separate source to justify FISA's
Unreal. Tomorrow's Bruce Ohr interview is even more critical. Did he ever do this?
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: shooterbrody
Tomorrow won't be interesting as far as this is concerned unless you've been invited to attend the closed door session.
According to congressional testimony given last month by now-fired FBI official Peter Strzok, Ohr did give the FBI "documents and material" that had originated with Steele and were a part of the dossier. That testimony, in part, has renewed conservatives' interest in Ohr's activities.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said during June testimony before the House Intelligence Committee that, to his knowledge, Ohr didn't work on the Russia investigation, but confirmed Ohr was transferred. "Mr. Ohr is a career employee of the department. He was there when I arrived," Rosenstein said. "To my knowledge, he wasn't working on the Russia matter. When we learned of the relevant information, we arranged to transfer Mr. Ohr to a different office."
In February, Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee claimed that any connections between the Ohrs and Steele were concealed from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court while the FBI looked to obtain a warrant against former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.