Bruce’s damning testimony in Congress about the misdeeds of his former Department of Justice have put him up a river without an Ohr, so to speak. He’s making enemies in high places – the same kind of dangerous people who have put their lives on the line (the penalty for treason in the US is death) to take down a duly elected president. In their warped minds, the ends justify the means because Donald Trump committed the ultimate crime of winning an election. Many have long speculated over which side of the collusion illusion Bruce Ohr was on, but now it’s clear: He’s turned on his former friends.
Robert Mueller’s Special Council investigation is now the longest such investigation in US history. There have been no bombshell revelations that point to the non-existent crime of collusion (18 USC). According to all evidence (lack thereof), Donald Trump did not directly or indirectly conspire with Russia to steal the election from crownless queen Hillary Clinton. All indictments have either been of John Doe Russians, who will never appear in US court to have a fair trial, or were related to financial crimes. Hillary Clinton ran a terrible campaign and lost fair and square.
Democrats can’t handle the fact that they lost so they invented the Russian boogeyman and are grasping at straws to find something – anything – that can be used against Trump. He is officially the most vetted person in history. If Robert Mueller or anyone else had anything – anything at all – substantial against the president, it would have leaked already. Instead the news pundits are stuck talking about Stormy Daniels (something else Trump had no knowledge of – read about it).
The 13 angry Democrats (Robert Mueller’s team) have been clumsy and heaps of information about the real crime – the conspiracy to railroad the president USSR style – have been revealed. Bruce Ohr, who was once the 4th most senior DOJ official, has been talking to parallel investigators behind the scenes about what went down. The following facts were put together by The Hill’s John Solomon, who has been relentlessly pursuing the truth since 2016.
Back in the summer of 2016, Bruce Ohr informed senior FBI and DOJ officials, including fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, that the infamous pee dossier, the primary piece of evidence used to obtain the FISA warrant on Trump campaign associate Carter Page (and therefore Trump himself because of surveillance rules that allows authorities to “leap” to those in the proximity of the target) weeks before the election, was forged by a biased political agent, Christopher Steele. Then-Associate Attorney General Bruce Ohr briefed the FBI and DOJ teams that the dossier was opposition research commissioned by Hillary Clinton and was not actually reliable.
“Perkins Coie, the law firm that represented both the DNC and the Clinton campaign during the 2016 election, belatedly admitted it paid Fusion GPS for Steele’s work on behalf of the candidate and party and disguised the payments as legal bills when, in fact, it was opposition research.
When asked if he knew of any connection between the Steele dossier and the DNC, Ohr responded that he believed the project was really connected to the Clinton campaign.”
This is all so damning because the FBI did not mention Steele’s connection to Clinton when applying for the first FISA warrant. The fact that the FBI omitted knowledge of the connection on the warrant, which they were certain to know, is a bombshell revelation. It’s possibly even criminal.
Democrats attempted to muddy the waters and pretended there was no connection between the Clinton campaign and the Steele dossier during Congressional testimony in 2018. They lied about that and they also lied about Bruce Ohr’s contact with the FBI. Adam Schiff (D-California) stated in Congress that Bruce Ohr only started talking to the FBI weeks after the initial FISA warrant. Bruce Ohr’s own Congressional testimony shatters that nonsense; he was talking to them since Summer 2016. Of course he was talking to the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation – how deceitful to suggest otherwise; Bruce Ohr was, at the time, the Associate Attorney General of the United States.
It was clear to the FBI and DOJ officials briefed that the dossier was unreliable and politically charged. The ulterior motives of Christopher Steele were impossible for the FBI to miscategorize: “Ohr explicitly told the FBI that Steele was desperate to defeat the man he was investigating and was biased.” Perhaps many in the FBI shared Christopher Steele’s bias, and thus were willing to do whatever it took to get the unjustified FISA warrant against a major party candidate for president of the United States.