Comey’s FBI knew “Steele dossier” was BOGUS before using it to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on Team Trump | 12/7/2018 | Staff
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Solomon noted that the emails involve Comey, lawyers from the Justice Department’s national security division, and key FBI investigators involved in the “Russian collusion” probe. The date of the email string is early October 2016 before the FBI managed to secure a spy warrant from the FISA court for Page.

The emails show that the bureau was well aware that the primary ‘proof’ agents were using to justify the warrant — the so-called “Russia dossier” compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele — was bogus.

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In particular, the emails show concern among intelligence community officials that the contents of the dossier were reliable.

Steele was fired by the FBI on Nov. 1, 2016, for having unauthorized contacts with the media. That firing occurred two weeks after the spy warrant was authorized.

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There’s more. The FBI did not come clean for months with the American people or Congress regarding the fact that Steele was paid to find ‘dirt’ on then-GOP candidate/nominee Donald Trump by a firm that was doing political opposition research on behalf of the Hillary Clinton campaign — Fusion GPS. The bureau also did not reveal the fact that Steele had a great deal of animosity for Trump.

“If the FBI knew of his media contacts and the concerns about the reliability of his dossier before seeking the warrant, it would constitute a serious breach of FISA regulations and the trust that the FISA court places in...
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