FBI & DOJ Have Been Guilty of Conspiracy with Steele Dossier

by Jack Watts

COMMON SENSE: The FBI used the “reputation” of Christopher Steele’s reliability to gain the original FISA warrant to spy on Carter Page and the Trump campaign. The Bureau did this even though Steele had not been to Russia in twenty years and was fired by the FBI long before the renewals of the warrant were sought. By gaining a warrant that the Bureau knew was fundamentally flawed and would not stand up in court, one has to ask, “Why would they do this?”
I believe it’s because those in charge—Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Page, and others—had an enmity toward candidate Trump that was more important to them than their oath to uphold and defend the Constitution. But they were not the only ones. People like Bruce Ohr, Sally Yates, and Loretta Lynch at the DOJ were equally as guilty, because they refused also violated their oaths of office. Even the FISA judges share guilt. None of them—not one—was willing to stand up and stop this unlawful charade.
Concerning the Steele Dossier, which gave rise to the Mueller investigation, our justice system failed miserably. No wonder Rosenstein and Wray fought so hard to keep the truth from coming out. It makes their agencies look incompetent and criminally complicit in illegal activity.
The American people deserve better than this. We need to get rid of every vestige of these despicable miscreants, and we need to do it now—the sooner the better. This includes Rosenstein, Sessions, and Wray, who have been obstructionists from day one. We want transparency, and we want it now—not later.

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