While President Donald Trump was hobnobbing with Queen Elizabeth and Theresa May, Three Department of Justice attorneys from the Inspector General’s office paid a visit on Christopher Steele.
The former MI-6 spy is infamous as the author of the notorious “dirty dossier” used to justify wiretapping Carter Page. As reported by U.S. News and World Report, what they found out prompted “the lawyers to extend their inquiry.”
The DOJ’s Inspector General Michael Horowitz has been digging into the roots of the Trump-Russia collusion witch hunt. Many experts are convinced that Steele’s unconfirmed “fantasies,” supported only by information leaked to the press from that very same file, was the only evidence that the FISA court ever saw.
Steele and his file were both bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee.
The DOJ watchdog started the investigation over a year ago, in March of 2018 at the request of Republican lawmakers. They were concerned about the circumstances of just how Barack Obama’s Federal Bureau of Investigation got their warrants.
Not only did the wiretapping evolve out of the Steele dossier, Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation was an extension of the same plot to discredit Donald Trump.
The only difference was, that by then it had become an effort to depose a sitting president, which could eventually be declared treason. Treason is punishable by death.
After more than two years of frantically trying to substantiate Steel’s claims, Mueller came up empty handed and released his final report.
Democrats still won’t accept the fact he didn’t find a single thing.
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About the same time Mueller released his report, our new Attorney General, William Barr told one of the Congressional committees that Horowitz was expecting to wrap his investigation up by possibly May or June. Whatever Steele told the attorneys in June made them extend the pursuit.