New information on the actions of the Ohrs prove investigation into Trump collusion started back in December of 2015.
The FBI and James Comey have insisted that it started in July of 2016.
That means Comey lied under oath.
From what we’ve learned so far, lying under oath seems to be a regular practice for Comey.
One which should lead to serious prison time along with his other crimes in the attempted coup of President Trump.
In this attempt, they used OIG; OCONUS LURES; OCONUS= Outside Contiguous US LURES.
In other words, they were using foreign spies in order to entrap the President of the United States.
Today Joe Hoft and our outstanding investigation team and sources break another incredible post on the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation. This is sensational reporting that you will only find here at The Gateway Pundit. Stay with The Gateway Pundit to keep up do date on Spygate — the largest political scandal in US history.
The FBI and DOJ and multiple agencies were in full force in 2015 in their efforts to spy on candidate Trump and line him up with a fake Russia conspiracy.
We now have additional proof that what we reported more than an year ago was absolutely correct!
Falco’s tweet stated that the texts released from corrupt FBI investigator Peter Strzok to corrupt FBI attorney Lisa Page state the following:
BOMBSHELL- From DECEMBER 2015–The word LURES is redacted by FBI but not OIG; OCONUS LURES; OCONUS= Outside Contiguous US LURES= In this context LURES = SPIES – multiple – Is this an admission that the FBI wanted to run a baited Sting Op using foreign agents against Trump?”
1) BOMBSHELL- From DECEMBER 2015–The word LURES is redacted by FBI but not OIG
OCONUS= Outside Contiguous US
LURES= In this context LURES = SPIES – multiple
Is this an admission that the FBI wanted to run a baited Sting Op using foreign agents against Trump? pic.twitter.com/OtLxlOEGsV
— Falco (@Nick_Falco) June 4, 2018
We also pointed out that the problem with Obama spying on Trump before July 2016 is that it is against FBI rules:
Retired assistant FBI director for intelligence Kevin Brock also has questions. Brock supervised an agency update to their longstanding bureau rules governing the use of sources while working under then-director Robert Mueller. These rules prohibit the FBI from directing a human source to perform espionage on an American until a formal investigation has been opened – paperwork and all.
Brock sees oddities in how the Russia case began. “These types of investigations aren’t normally run by assistant directors and deputy directors at headquarters,” he told me. “All that happens normally in a field office, but that isn’t the case here and so it becomes a red flag. Congress would have legitimate oversight interests in the conditions and timing of the targeting of a confidential human source against a U.S. person.” -The Hill