How many “smoking guns” does it take to demonstrate that Robert Mueller’s unicorn hunt is a partisan hack job to evict a sitting President who he doesn’t like?
Rep. Jim Jordan held FBI director Christopher Wray to task over Peter Strzok and his penchant for being the wrong person in the wrong place at the wrong time. Jordan associated FBI Strzok with an agent who was involved with the Mueller team who sent anti-Trump messages but also was involved with the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Jordan went after Wray like a cool prosecutor, and it looks like Wray was on his heels:
JORDAN: Remember a couple things, director… about the dossier. The Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign –which we now know were one in the same– paid the law firm, who paid Fusion GPS, who paid Christopher Steele, who then paid Russians to put together a report we call the dossier, filled with all kinds of fake news National Enquirer garbage.
It has been reported that this dossier “was all dressed up” by the FBI, taken to the FISA court where it was painted as a legitimate intelligence document, that it became the basis for granting a warrant to spy on Americans.
I’m wondering if that all actually took place, it sure looks like it did…
I think Peter Strzok, head of counterintelligence at the FBI, Peter Strzok, the guy who ran the FBI’s Clinton investigation, did all the interviews, Peter Strzok, the guy who was running the Russia investigation at the FBI, Peter Strzok, Mr. Super Agent at the FBI, I think he is the guy that took the application to the FISA court.
And if this happened, if you have the FBI working with the Democrats’ campaign, to take opposition research, dress it all up and turning it into an intelligence document to take it to a FISA court so they can spy on another campaign, if that happened, that is as wrong as it gets…
You could clear it all up, we sent you a letter two days ago. Just release the application, tell us what was in it. Tell us if I’m wrong. But I don’t think I am. I think that is exactly what happened, and people who did that need to be held accountable.