The FBI just got busted. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is feeling more than a little nervous. The current rat guarding the cheese, Christopher Wray, is too. Deep State elements of the Federal Bureau of Instigation were well aware that at least three particular statements which they made under oath were lies, long before they told them. Even though Lindsey Graham didn’t name any names, McCabe was listed as one participant in the February 14, 2018 briefing which was set up by Wray.
FBI busted cold for lying to the Senate
On Monday, Senator Lindsey Graham sent a letter off to current FBI Director Christopher Wray, which shows that one or more FBI officials flat out lied to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence about important core Obamagate issues. His request to the Federal Bureau of Instigation asks for all the “documents related to a briefing that the FBI provided” about the “primary source” for former British spy Christopher Steele. It proves the jig is up, they’re busted.
A recently declassified FBI memo, talking about the Senate briefing, “indicates that the bureau downplayed discrepancies between what Steele reported in his dossier and what the primary source for the document, Igor Danchenko, told the FBI in a series of interviews in 2017,” DailyCaller writes.
Senator Graham flat out accused the FBI “of lying to Congress about the dossier.” They lied in the briefing to the Senate intelligence panel and they also lied to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. Graham writes, “what is particularly troubling about this briefing is that the outline of the briefing indicates that at least three material misrepresentations regarding the Primary Sub-source and what he told the FBI about the Steele dossier in 2017 were made to the committee.”
Christopher Wray’s head on the block
Senator Graham also noted that Christopher Wray personally arranged the Feb. 14, 2018 briefing, which puts his head on the chopping block, too. According to Graham, “the memo prepared for the briefing said that Danchenko did not cite any significant concerns with the way his reporting was characterized in the dossier to the extent he could identify it.” That was a flat out lie. When Danchenko learned he was quoted as saying that, he came unglued.
The FBI also lied, and knew they were lying when they said under oath that they believed “that the dossier was not fabricated by Steele.” They cut all ties with him long before over that very controversy. As Graham points out, while the statements are “clearly inaccurate” as documented by the Justice Department inspector general’s report of Crossfire Hurricane, it’s worse than that.
“More importantly, however, is the fact that, based on its interviews with the Primary Sub-source, the FBI knew each of these statements was inaccurate at the time they were included in the outline for the briefing of the Intelligence Committee.” One word says it all. Busted! Now we know why Chris Wray has been “stonewalling the production of documents related to Crossfire Hurricane.”