Skip to comments.Breaking: Senate Judiciary Committee to Release Memo on FBI, Christopher Steele and Russia Dossier
Posted on 02/02/2018 3:40:35 PM PST by mojito
...It turns out the Senate Judiciary Committee also has a memo on Christopher Steele, the FBI and Russia dossier they are working to declassify. Their memo is set to be released including FBI redactions shortly....
Paul Sperry of the New York Post reported, BREAKING: The Senate Judiciary Committee also has a memo on Steele, the dossier and the FBI, and is working to get it declassified.
As previously reported, GOP Lawmakers are seeking to make the case that the Mueller investigation and the FBI probe into Trumps campaign was based on potentially tainted and flawed evidence connected to Hillary Clinton, says John Solomon of The Hill.
Solomons report revealed part of the investigation includes an eight page criminal referral filed with the DOJ by Grassley and Graham:
...While the FBI has been protesting the release of the Nunes memo, it has been working behind the scenes to vet a version of the Grassley-Graham memo, which is expected to be released in redacted form soon....
On January 5th, Senate Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) sent a letter to Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray demanding they investigate if Christopher Steele lied to federal authorities.
(Excerpt) Read more at thegatewaypundit.com ...
Good, keep the pressure on the liars and deceivers, including the enemedia.
So does it need to go to Trump, then have Feinstein & the Dims freak out & then back to the Senate & then more freak out & then delayed for a few days?
Or can it just be released?
Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock.
Where’s the memo on the Russian interference in the election?
It’s time to wrap it folks.
More spin on those partisan Republicans undermining the Mueller probe from Denocrats and the fake news media.
Who aren’t bothered by the partisan nature of said Mueller probe.
It all depends on how one defines the word “partisan.”
Bet the rent.☺
Reckon today's release pretty much nukes that 'potentially' bit.
Linda Graham is sctually doing the right thing for once? I’m in shock.
Linda needs to call his lesbian lover Juan McCain and tell him to shut up and die.
Here is the one thing everyone is missing. There is one person out there who is just as bad as Comey or McCabe and the others at the FBI and the DOJ. Maybe one of the worst people is not named. The judge. Everyone thinks the court spends its time in a safe house under the cone of silence. But thats not the case. The FISA court judges are normal people walking around in Washington.
This FISA court request came in October 2016. At that time we already knew the dossier was a joke. But we did not know where it came from. But in the past year it was re-upped 3 times. So thats December and March and this last July of 2017. Certainly by this last July we knew who paid for the dossier. So the judge still allowed the FBI to listen in to Pages calls even through this past September, knowing the dossier was false. And the judge knew it was false too. I wonder who put the judge in that position?
I want the memos on the FISA warrant for spying on Jeb Bush
This is moving faster than expected!
It is known (if you read the Conservative Tree House) that the Senate is sitting on their own memo, timed for release after the Nunes memo.
I didn’t expect it so soon though!
Wow...this is like a soap opera with brief intermissions today.
A memo a day keeps the Dems at bay.
What did Chuck U recently say? Something about 12 ways from Sunday?
WHY IS THIS INFORMATION CLASSIFIED TO BEGIN WITH?
It can only be to protect the guilty.
Today we learned that despite sobbing and hand wringing from the FBI, DOJ and other democrats about threats to national security there was nothing in the House memo that endangered national security.
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