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2 hours ago, Chiphigh said:

You will twist anything to make this investigation legitimate. 

 

It is a sad and desperate situation for the left. 

Nothing twisted there.  In fact I clarified the timelines.

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2 hours ago, Chiphigh said:

Do actually think the doj would admit to tell you that the investigation they helped with was not justified and was just a partisan attempt to influence an election? 

Under William "Cover-up General" Barr, yes, I believe that if it were at all possible he would have had the DOJ discredit the investigation.

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20 minutes ago, riclag said:

Some of the FBI elite are under criminal investigation ! The IG has recommended that nobody who investigated the Fisa  hoax investigation(after opening) has clean hands and shouldn't feel exonerated !

 Also the world has found out that the key element to the fisa was the Steele hoax  dossier which the IG has debunked and completely leaves the  MSM  spin-less.

Stay tuned the IG was very limited in scope ,in come Durham

If only you held Trump to the same standard of correctness that you hold the Steele dossier.

 

The Steele dossier was not debunked.  It was raw intelligence from Russia.  Some was correct, some was discredited, and much is still uncertain.  Steele himself made it clear that raw intelligence from Russia was rarely 100% correct.   https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/nov/15/christopher-steele-trump-russia-dossier-accurate

 

The Steele dossier was an element in the FISA application.  On what do you base your claim that it was "the key element"?

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2 hours ago, Thomas J said:

Tug, The meme for you should be no matter how convincing the facts are, never let them interfere were your pre-conceived bias.  Baar was not even in office when Comey went to the FISA court and attested to all of the information to receive the surveillance warrants being true.  Comey and the FBI knew the dossier was paid for by the DNC and Hillary Clinton yet deliberately withheld that from the court.  The FBI had already fired the author of the dossier Christopher Steele for misconduct.  The FBI went so far to build a case against Trump they sent a sexy blond agent to meet with Trump aid George Papadopoulous.  

 

https://nypost.com/2019/05/02/fbi-sent-a-blonde-bombshell-to-meet-trump-aide-papadopoulos-report/
 

 

A New York Post article that quoted a book written by Papadopoulous to clear his name.  Is that your idea of a credible source?

 

Also, the FISA application did note that the dossier was paid for by a political entity.  I have found no credible source stating why the FBI terminated its relationship with Steele, can you support your claim that it was for misconduct?

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1 hour ago, Chiphigh said:

The dossier is a fabricated mess of Innuendo and rumors. It has not been corroborated or proven factual 

Sorry but I trust more Lawfare.com analysis than your opinion.

https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/lawfare-blog/

With which part of the article do you disagree?

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1 hour ago, riclag said:

Your going to go to a March 2019 source  and use McCabe  that was fired from the FBI for not being candid (lying) with Congress! 

Then you use a 2018  outdated lawfare source !

The dossier has been debunked, the author is reported to be unreliable and  exaggerated second hand info and rumors from Russian sources!

 

Give  up, the IG exposed the FBI and Steele through what little his scope would allow him,now comes Durham 

"Much was omitted. Among other things, the IG slammed the FBI’s Validation Management Unit for excluding in its validation report its conclusion that it had failed to “identify any corroboration for Steele’s election reporting among the information that the Crossfire Hurricane team had collected.”

 

 

https://thefederalist.com/2020/01/09/ig-report-documents-how-the-fbi-hid-negative-information-about-christopher-steele/

And of course you cite the federalist, lol!

How are these articles outmoded? What is innacurate according to you?

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