Judge Jeanine reveals that US law demanded that the FBI could not put a spy in Trump’s campaign unless Loretta Lynch signed off on it.
This is added to the ever-growing amount of information, linking Obama officials of tampering in a presidential election. The chain could very well end in the Oval Office from the previous administration.We have been told that CIA chief began the investigation the Trump campaign in April of 2016 before any of the bogus evidence was put forth, meaning that his investigation was purely political, aimed at assuring that Hillary won the election. It must be hell knowing that you broke a multitude of federal laws and your candidate still got trounced in the election.
Judge Jeanine said: I want you to remember that you heard it here first. Any “collector,” their name for an informant working on a national campaign, must have a sign off by the Attorney General. Here that would be liar Loretta Lynch. Lynch, herself, would of have to have approved an informant on that campaign. And if she didn’t then the FBI under James Comey was even more corrupt, going rogue in their attempt to destroy Donald Trump.
The list of Obama officials who may soon see the inside of a courtroom is quickly piling up. They include but are not limited to James Comey, Sally Yates, Andrew McCabe, Samantha Power, Susan Rice, Ben Rhodes, Rod Rosenstein, James Clapper, John Brennan and of course, Loretta Lynch.
From National Review:
This brings us back to Glenn Simpson, co-founder of Fusion GPS, which was retained by the Clinton campaign (through its lawyers at Perkins Coie) to generate the Steele dossier, opposition research that focused on Donald Trump and Russia.
In his Senate testimony on August 22, 2017, Simpson explained that Steele had met with at least one FBI agent in Rome in mid to late September 2016. The former British spy had provided the unverified allegations he had compiled to that point (i.e., his private “intelligence reports,” later assembled into the “dossier”). Steele had developed a close working relationship with the FBI when he was a British agent. It is not surprising, then, that the Bureau did not just take his information; it reciprocated, imparting some sensitive information to him. Simpson explained to the Senate committee (my italics):
Essentially, what [Christopher Steele] told me was [the FBI] had other intelligence about this matter from an internal Trump campaign source, and that — that they — my understanding was that they believed Chris at this point — that they believed Chris’s information might be credible because they had other intelligence that indicated the same thing, and one of those pieces of intelligence was a human source from inside the Trump campaign.
Simpson declined to answer more questions about this unidentified “human source.” But when the media treated his revelation as a bombshell, he realized it would cause a feeding frenzy: Congress, the media, and the public would demand to know what would cause the FBI, in the stretch run of a presidential race, to use an informant against one candidate’s campaign.