WATCH: Trump Goes OFF On Brennan, Mueller, and Bruce Ohr’s Security Clearance
President Donald Trump Friday expressed his disgust with the Operation Crossfire Hurricane conspirators who targeted him for destruction during the 2016 presidential election, and after he became president.
Trump is rightfully impatient with a Russia investigation that has found no Russia collusion and is now predicated on finding obstruction of justice in a case where there was no justice — and also leaning on former Trump associates Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen in cutthroat ways to get to Trump.
Trump made it clear that he is going to take away Bruce Ohr’s security clearance just like he did Brennan.
House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte’s announcement that he will subpoena Nellie and Bruce Ohr if they do not respond to his request to appear before the Committee is falling on hopeful Republican ears as conservatives in Washington seek to finally fight back against the years-long Crossfire Hurricane plot against President Trump.
Goodlatte is angling to go after the entire Fusion GPS operation, which will clearly show that there’s no way Trump could have obstructed justice in a case where there is no justice — only vengeful government agents trying to play politics by bending the law against a populist candidate.
Goodlatte has a surefire question to spark criminal charges: He must ask about how Bruce Ohr had a DOJ password to the FBI Citizen Log personal identifying information storage system on citizens, while his wife Nellie Ohr was employed by Fusion GPS and privy to his password to the database, which was breached toward the end of the Obama administration and implanted with Russian code.
The Hill reports: “Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) is preparing subpoenas for Justice Department (DOJ) official Bruce Ohr, his wife Nellie Ohr and Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson, according to two congressional sources familiar with the matter. The committee will also go after other current and former FBI and DOJ officials including Jim Baker, Sally Moyer, Jonathan Moffa and George Toscas, the sources said.”