In a recent closed-door deposition with members of the House Oversight Committee, a mid-level DOJ bureaucrat is fast being exposed as a link between the Clinton-funded “dodgy dossier” used to spy on Trump Campaign officials and the deep state FBI and adulterous lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Demoted Department of Justice lawyer Bruce Ohr testified under oath about his back door channeling of information with the dossier creator Christopher Steele and FBI chief Hillary investigator Peter Strzok. Strzok is the one who texted his FBI colleague about having an ‘insurance policy’ against President Trump if he were to win the election against Hillary Clinton. As we all know Clinton lost the election, prompting Strzok to institute the ‘insurance policy.’
What is the insurance policy? Ohr revealed that he was the one that gave parts of the dossier to Strzok at the FBI. Strzok then used the dossier to go get FISA warrants to spy on President Trump, his family, and his campaign. The warrants then led to a special counsel being appointed—Robert Mueller in this instance—to investigate Trump. Strzok believed that any special investigation would turn the American people against Trump and eventually lead to charges that would oust him from office.
With a latte in one hand and a naïve look of bewilderment on his face, Ohr has been shown on television networks walking through the halls of Congress. The Clintons are far away counting their winnings, the Obamas are jet-setting around the world, and conspirators such as disgraced FBI officials James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Strzok, and Page are out on the street wondering if, or when, criminal charges will be leveled.
Ohr, on the other hand, appears to be a Democrat patsy who went along and backed the wrong camp.
Bruce Ohr and the Spy Pipeline
Once considered a shining star in the Department of Justice, Ohr’s expertise stems from his knowledge and prosecution of transnational organized crime.
He led an Organized Crime and Racketeering Section and was instrumental in revoking the visa of Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, a Putin ally. That and other moves pushed Ohr up the DOJ chain of command and he emerged as a deputy attorney general. Once in Washington, D.C., Ohr became a pivotal player in the pre- and post-election animus toward Pres. Trump.
As Congress has probed into the nefarious mechanisms used by Democrats and Obama-era cronies, facts have surfaced that Ohr had a direct pipeline to Fusion GPS and British spy Christopher Steele. His wife was taking money to compile the anti-Trump dossier and Ohr maintained backdoor communications with Steele after he was discredited.
“I don’t know if it’s improper, but I want to know who at DOJ knew and it certainly looks like he continued to meet with Mr. Steele after the FBI had terminated their relationship with Mr. Steele,” Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan reportedly said.
Ohr was required by law to disclose his wife, Nellie’s, Fusion GPS earnings from work associated with the false dossier. It now appears Ohr skirted the law while DOJ and FBI officials were reportedly fully aware of that fact.
“The fundamentals don’t change the fact that a top Department of Justice official’s wife is working for the firm the Clintons hired to put together the dossier and the FBI uses that dossier that they’re getting from Bruce Ohr … to then go get the warrant to spy on the Trump campaign,” Rep. Jordan reportedly said. “So that’s a big concern, who at the DOJ knew that?”
Will Ohr Face Jail Time?
Ohr’s omission on his ethics affidavits can carry prison time and a similar failure to disclose was the basis for American hero Gen. Michael Flynn being indicted by the Mueller Probe. Ohr, to date, has only suffered a demotion at the DOJ. He continues to be employed and has yet to be charged in this offense despite proactive efforts to circumvent his obvious conflict of interest.
Text messages and email have surfaced that may indicate Ohr and Steele, among others, were actively working to undermine Pres. Trump soon after winning the election by implementing a false Russian Collusion investigation.
“We are frustrated with how long this reengagement with the Bureau and Mueller is taking,” Steele wrote to Ohr. “Anything you could do to accelerate the process would be much appreciated.”
The evidence is clear that FBI chief Hillary investigator Peter Strzok set up the Mueller investigation to be an ‘insurance policy’ against President Trump taking office if Hillary didn’t win the election.
Ohr may have been the link that tied anti-Trump forces together. To date, the Mueller investigation has yet to indict a single Democrat despite overwhelming evidence.
~ American Liberty Report