(Tea Party PAC) – Are you ready to see justice return to Washington DC?
Because it appears to be well on its way.
And all of those who have been bold enough to both pursue and speak the truth are coming out of the woodwork to help put all the pieces together of the treasonous fake Russia probe.
On Monday, Attorney General Bill Barr announced he’d assigned the US Attorney for Connecticut to look into the origins of the Trump-Russia probe.
This marks the third ongoing investigation into the conditions surrounding the FBI’s spying on the Trump campaign.
And on Monday night, former South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy offered up a tip for those looking into the origins of the probe.
Check out what former CIA Director John Brennan and former FBI Director James Comey were emailing about.
“So whoever’s investigating this, tell them to look for emails between Brennan and Comey in December 2016,” Gowdy said during an appearance on Sean Hannity’s program on Fox.
In the interview, Gowdy did not specify whether he has knowledge of what is actually in these emails, but one can certainly imagine he has, at the very least, theories.
The former bulldog of Congress also suggested that the FBI had deemed ex-British spy Christopher Steele, the author of the infamous dossier which was used as the basis for the FISA applications, as an unreputable source.
Steele served as a confidential human source for the FBI and provided them with parts of his dossier, which opposition research firm Fusion GPS had hired him to compile.
The FBI then used this dossier to obtain the surveillance warrants against Carter Page.
“I think you’ll be surprised at whether or not they viewed Steele as being credible,” said Gowdy, one-time chair of the House Intelligence Committee and current contributor to Fox News.
Republicans have been after a slew of internal documents relating to Steele and the dossier from within the FBI.
They have called on President Trump to declassify portions of the fourth and final surveillance warrant against Page as well as notes from the FBI’s interview with Bruce Ohr, the DOJ official who facilitated Steele’s contact with the bureau.
DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz is expected to be wrapping up his investigation into the origins of the Russia probe soon, including whether or not Steele was a reliable source.
The FBI also withheld exculpatory information in the FISA applications, Gowdy also explained.
“I can tell you it is even worse than what you described. It is what you described, in addition to the withholding of exculpatory information,” he said.
“They made no effort to corroborate the dossier until after it had been used in the application and a renewal. No effort. It’s not that they failed, it’s that they made no effort to do it.”