Russian Probe Zeroing In On Obama-Biden Administration

Operation Crossfire Hurricane is boomeranging on the Obama-Biden Administration.

With new revelations in hand, the Senate Homeland and Governmental Affairs Committee has formally requested more information for the investigation of Obama-Biden interference into Donald Trump’s presidency before and after his election.

The investigation is honing in on Christopher Steele’s discredited anti-Trump dossier or who trafficked information from the opposition research memo to government officials.

Specifically they demand data regarding:

–Clinton underling and former Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott, who has admitted he received and provided copies of the Steele dossier.

–former Clinton associates Cody Shearer and Sidney Blumenthal. Shearer, a relative of Talbott, wrote a dossier similar to Steele’s that was provided to the former MI-6 agent.

–former State officials Victoria Nuland, Jonathan Winer and Kathleen Kavalec, all of whom had contact with Steele as he was developing his dossier.

Recently declassified information from Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz’s report appears to be damaging to the Obama-Biden White House.

Their Russia probe abuses against Trump continued even after the CIA had raised red flags about Steele’s reporting, including that he had been targeted with Russian intelligence agency disinformation about Donald Trump while writing the dossier.

We now know the CIA warned the FBI, then directed by James Comey, that Russians were feeding bogus dirt on Trump to Hillary Clinton’s paid chief researcher.

Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) sent letters this week to the CIA, State Department, Office of Director of National Intelligence and the FBI.

They are demanding “all records related to assistance requests about the persons or conduct at issue in the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation, whether before or after the opening of the investigation, to the following foreign governments: a. Australia; b. Israel; and c. the United Kingdom…”

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