The House memo released Feb. 2 claims that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe testified to the House Intelligence Committee in a closed-door meeting on Dec. 19 that "no surveillance warrant would have been sought" from the FISA court "without the Steele dossier information." The Democrats disagree. We will have to find out in the coming weeks, or hopefully days, what supporting video tapes and documents exist to support that assertion.
We do know that former FBI Director James Corney told a Senate committee that the dossier remained "salacious and unverified" in a televised Senate hearing. We also know the dossier was paid for by Hillary Clinton and her DNC for a reported $12 million to get dirt on Donald Trump. With all this in mind how and why did Corney's FBI use the Steele dossier as the primary evidence at the FISA court?
Then there's the FBI lovebirds James Strzok and Lisa Page who hated Trump so much that they wanted an "insurance policy" just in case Trump was elected. Obviously both of the lovebirds need to be questioned. Was the "insurance policy" the phony dossier? Did the FBI intentionally deceive the FISA Court?
It was interesting to see how the FBI and Justice Department along with their compliant cohorts in the media were begging the president not to release the memo supposedly because of the possible exposure of classified secrets of "sources and methods." We now know after reading the four-page memo that this was utter nonsense, all lies to prevent the truth from being revealed. The FBI and the main stream media want the public to know nothing about their nefarious activities. The need for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to call for a special investigator to look into the activities of the FBI is now obvious to all.
Tom Hammerel, Bismarck