Was This The FBI’s ‘Insurance Policy’ for the Clinton Campaign? 

It has now become perfectly clear that the insurance policy against a Donald Trump Presidency was the Russian dossier. This is the still unverified report that was contracted by the Hillary campaign as ‘research’ against Donald Trump. It was then presented to the FISA court by the FBI to begin investigating Trump. A lie was used to verify itself, in other words. This is what FBI Agent Peter Strzok spoke of as insurance. It is what Andrew McCabe cannot defend before Congress. There have been no leaks about McCabe’s 8-hour interrogation in closed session. Imagine that!

As Written By Andrew C. McCarthy for the National Review:

The FBI’s deputy director Andrew McCabe testified Tuesday at a marathon seven-hour closed-door hearing of the House Intelligence Committee. According to the now-infamous text message sent by FBI agent Peter Strzok to his paramour, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, it was in McCabe’s office that top FBI counterintelligence officials discussed what they saw as the frightening possibility of a Trump presidency.

That was during the stretch run of the 2016 campaign, no more than a couple of weeks after they started receiving the Steele dossier — the Clinton campaign’s opposition-research reports, written by former British spy Christopher Steele, about Trump’s purportedly conspiratorial relationship with Vladimir Putin’s regime in Russia.

Was it the Steele dossier that so frightened the FBI? I think so. There is a great deal of information to follow. But let’s cut to the chase: The Obama-era FBI and Justice Department had great faith in Steele because he had previously collaborated with the bureau on a big case. Plus, Steele was working on the Trump-Russia project with the wife of a top Obama Justice Department official, who was personally briefed by Steele. The upper ranks of the FBI and DOJ strongly preferred Trump’s opponent, Hillary Clinton, to the point of overlooking significant evidence of her felony misconduct, even as they turned up the heat on Trump. In sum, the FBI and DOJ were predisposed to believe the allegations in Steele’s dossier. Because of their confidence in Steele, because they …….


Trump-Russia Steele Dossier: FBI’s ‘Insurance Policy’ for Clinton Campaign? | National Review

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