The Chairman of the US Senate Judiciary Committee got his wish granted by US Attorney General William Barr Friday, to see some specific documents declassified that would aid in his investigation, including interviews about a document called “the Steele Dossier”, in what is unfolding as the most heinous criminal attempt to overthrow a sitting US President.
Showing that whoever presented the Steele Dossier knowingly presented false evidence, Senator Lindsey Graham wrote Friday, “The dossier was a critical document to justify a FISA warrant against Mr. Page and this DOJ memo clearly indicates that the reliability of the dossier was completely destroyed after the interview with the primary sub-source in January 2017. Those who knew or should have known of this development and continued to pursue a FISA warrant against Mr. Page anyway are in deep legal jeopardy in my view,”
Full Press Release:
Today, Chairman @LindseyGrahamSC released two recently declassified documents that significantly undercut the reliability of the Steele dossier and the accuracy and reliability of many of the factual assertions in the Carter Page FISA applications.
— Senate Judiciary Republicans (@SenJudiciaryGOP) July 17, 2020
According to the press release, “Today, as part of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s ongoing investigation into the Crossfire Hurricane investigation and related FISA abuses, Chairman Lindsey Graham (R- South Carolina) released two recently declassified documents that significantly undercut the reliability of the Steele dossier and the accuracy and reliability of many of the factual assertions in the Carter Page FISA applications.”
The dossier, is a 35-page document that including the humiliating “Pee Pee tapes” which the left was extremely fond of using to try frame, mock and ridicule President Donald J. Trump with, knowing full well it was highly doubtful the document was accurate and truthful.
“Most importantly after this interview of the sub-source and the subsequent memo detailing the contents of the interview, it was a miscarriage of justice for the FBI and the Department of Justice to continue to seek a FISA warrant against Carter Page in April and June of 2017,” wrote Graham.
“The second document contains Peter Strzok’s type-written comments disagreeing with assertions made in a New York Times article about alleged Russian intelligence ties to the Trump campaign,” Graham wrote.
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) July 17, 2020
Trump posted about the author of the dossier, Christopher Steele, earlier in July on Twitter expressing his frustration over the lies told in the documents which were meant to embarrass him, and later proved to be the foundation of the Democrats coup against his presidency called “Crossfire Hurricane”.
The last entry on the press release leaves the question open about the possible criminal involvement of the outgoing Barack H. Obama administrations’ role in what would later be called “Spygate”, where Trump, his campaign and his White House transition team were all known to have been spied upon by the Obama administration.
“The document also raises questions as to whether the FBI was properly using intelligence techniques and databases “throughout the summer” considering that the earliest formal investigation of a U.S. person associated with the Trump campaign was not officially opened until July 31, 2016,”Graham wrote.
Trump signaled earlier in July that prosecution could not move forward due to the fear of the Senate Judiciary.
DJHJ Media will be there to report on Graham’s next move.