The FBI’s sworn statement given to a federal court about their asset, former British spy Christopher Steele, appears to be false, according to a report published by The Hill.
Newly released memos indicate that Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Kathleen Kavalec conducted a meeting with Steele in October 2016 where she made the professional determination that Steele’s work digging up dirt on Donald Trump for Hillary Clinton and the FBI was likely inaccurate. This was known before the FISA warrant to spy on the Trump campaign was ever issued.
Kavalec documented the findings in a memo addressed on Oct. 11, 2016. She wrote that Steele’s client “is keen to see this information come to light prior to November 8” as the motivations behind this clandestine intelligence-gathering effort against Trump becomes more apparent.
According to Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), these findings were hidden from the House Intelligence Committee while FBI spook Robert Mueller was conducting his now-finished witch hunt against the President.
“They tried to hide a lot of documents from us during our investigation, and it usually turns out there’s a reason for it,” Nunes said to The Hill.
“The real facts have to come out in this case, and what we’re trying to continue to get to the bottom of is how many spies were involved spying on the Trump campaign, and that’s what we continue to try to get answers to in Congress,” Nunes said during an appearance on Fox News.
Citizens United filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to get the contents of this memo and knowledge of Kavalec’s meeting with Steele released to the public.
It appears that malicious deep state actors were scrambling to undermine the presidential election up to the day of the 2016 election – just what they accused the Russians of doing.
“This new information proves why the attorney general must conduct a thorough investigation of the investigators,” said David Bossie, who serves as the head of Citizens United.
Despite the notes being redacted by deep state actors to protect themselves from accountability, the limited findings are still quite substantial. It appears to be written evidence that the U.S. government was aware of Steele’s agenda and the inauthenticity of his intelligence gathering before the FBI obtained the FISA warrant allowing the spying operation on Trump.
“Kavalec’s notes make clear the DNC was a likely client and the election was Steele’s deadline to smear Trump,” investigative journalist John Solomon wrote.
With the Russian collusion hoax concluded, it is now time for the real investigations to begin. Unless many corrupt actors inside the FBI and other hostile federal bureaucracies are brought to justice, the rule of law in the U.S. may never recover from this true Constitutional crisis.
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