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New info surfaces on Ted Cruz opponent’s 1998 DUI crash

(Daily Caller) Rep. Beto O’Rourke’s (D-Texas) drunk driving accident in 1998 has long been public knowledge, but a local outlet has discovered new harrowing details.

O’Rourke is running as the Democrat candidate to unseat Republican Sen.Ted Cruz in 2018.

The Houston Chronicle obtained police records from the scene of the crash in 1998 which, show O’Rourke with a blood alcohol level of .136. O’Rourke was recorded in the police report to be traveling at a “high rate of speed” before he careened his car into the median of an interstate near the New Mexico border.

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Trump: Dems want to ‘raid Medicare to pay for socialism’

(Breitbart) Donald Trump criticized Democratic Socialists on Thursday for promising leftist dreams of universal health care through Medicare.

“They want to raid Medicare to pay for socialism,” Trump said during his rally in Indiana, as the crowd booed.

Democrats like Sen. Bernie Sanders and his endorsed candidates Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Andrew Gillum have joined the fight for universal health care through Medicaid, and the idea polls well in their campaigns.

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In-N-Out refuses to back down in face of threat

(Daily Caller) After California Democratic Party Chair Eric Bauman called for a boycott of the restaurant chain for its donations to the California Republican Party, In-N-Out Burger executive vice president Arnie Wensinger responded with a statement defending the company’s support for both parties.

“In 2018, In-N-Out Burger has made equal contributions to both Democratic and Republican Political Action Committees in the State of California,” Wensinger wrote on Thursday as he began his defense of a company that supports lawmakers not based on party affiliation but rather the promotion of “policies that strengthen California” and help the company provide “strong pay and great benefits” for its employees.

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The WIRE: Your week in review

From burying McCain to In-N-Out’s pain — and most points in between — it’s time for a look back at the week that was. Personal Liberty Digest® presents: The WIRE!

Surely, we can put aside the partisan baloney long enough to bury Senator John McCain. I mean, can’t we at least agree that a funeral is an inappropriate spot for less-than-subtle jabs at President Donald Trump?


Nope.

Witness the zeal with which they celebrated a deranged gamer opening fire on defenseless competitors at a video game tournament in the “gun-free” Jacksonville Landing. Someday, I hope to be as happy in life as the gun grabbers are when they’re turning shooting victims into sock puppets to blame the wrong people. At least, until they find out the psycho bought the gun in heavily gun-controlled Maryland.


Crazy guy buys gun in gun control state, uses it in different state. Obviously the NRA’s fault.

The anti-liberty hate group “Guns Down America” and their fuhrer, Igor Volsky, teamed with the fake news site “NowThis” to prove how “easy” it is to get a gun without a background check. But their ploy went sideways when a seller refused to sell a firearm to an out-of-state buyer with no questions asked; they couldn’t fit through the so-called “loophole.” So, they enlisted a local straw man to do it for them, evidently unaware that doing so is already a serious crime.


Uh guys, if you have to commit a felony to do it, it isn’t that “easy.”

Liberals pounced when Florida Republican gubernatorial nominee Rep. Ron DeSantis suggested people not “monkey up” their upcoming election, claiming his remark was a secret, racist dig at his opponent, the scandal-plagued liberal Andrew Gillum. Apparently, the Dems think “monkey” is a synonym for “black people.”


“Hey! You kids be careful playing on those black people bars!”

2016 loser Hillary Clinton’s homebrew server was apparently a digital revolving door for hackers, with news breaking that the infamous system, set up because the old girl didn’t like government systems, was also hacked by Chinese operatives. While critics noted this level of ineptitude is a result of either deliberate malfeasance or just plain stupidity, I bet the old girl thought she was programming the coffee maker.


Still has a VHS. Still flashing 12:00.

The Associated Press joined in the windmill-tilting over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, shrieking “As a student at Yale in the 1980s, Brett Kavanaugh stayed out of debates on a campus that was going through many of them. Friends and acquaintances say he seemed more interested in basketball.” You mean there will finally be someone to challenge RBG’s rebounding in SCOTUS pickup hoops?


Watch out for Alito, though. Homeboy is a sniper from behind the arc.

Democrats cried butthurt when Vice President Mike Pence hammered the them for their reflexive opposition to Kavanaugh, noting that they’ve gone from “advice and consent” to “resist and obstruct.” MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough even claimed “GOP tribalism torched the process.”


“GOP Tribalism.” But his friends call him “Harry.”

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D- White Girl Warpath) believes socialism will save us. Ol’ Liewatha thinks her “Accountable Capitalism Act” will return us all to “a time in America when workers and investors each got a big chunk of the wealth they produced.” Is that kinda like, “Make America Great Again?” Because I think somebody took that one, already.


Besides, do you really want to go back to the “good old days?” They weren’t all that good for “your” people.

The bizarre tale of the New Mexico compound where Islamofascists were literally beating and starving children in an attempt to turn them into school shooters got even weirder this week. As if the hasty demolition of the site, and the easy bond for the accused, weren’t bad enough, it now appears all charges will be dropped, thanks to bumbling by the local D.A. and Sheriff’s offices.


Staff photo of the Taos County, New Mexico, law enforcement community.

Just days after they were caught fabricating their now-infamous “Trump Tower” story, CNN was ready to punch back at the president over his mocking them as “fake news.” According to CNN’s official PR team: “Make no mistake, Mr. President, CNN does not lie. We report the news.”


Ha. Oh wait, they’re serious? In that case: HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Celebutante lawyer — and potential Democratic presidential candidate — Michael Avenatti wants to be taken seriously. Said Avenatti, before posing with his meal ticket — ahem — client, Stormy Daniels for famed photog Annie Leibowitz, Avenatti demanded people stop calling him a “celebrity.”


Look! It’s a picture of a fame-obsessed whore! And Stormy Daniels!

The latest reason the “resistance” wants Trump impeached? He doesn’t use computers. At least, that’s what lefty babble blog Slate claimed when they “reported” on the president’s luddite tendencies, complete with this photo “proving” their point:


Does he tweet from that complicated-looking typewriter on the desk behind him?

President Trump had a pretty good week, but he did manage to work in one solid Twitter fail, claiming “The Obama people did something that’s never been done…They spied on a rival presidential campaign.”


*never

Californistan is all set to go all wind power by 2040, thanks to a new bill rocketing through the state legislature. In an electricity-dependent place like Tinsel Town, that’s gonna make things — um — inventive.


“Faster, little buddy! I have to recharge the Tesla!”

Of course, Nabisco changing the artwork on Animal Crackers boxes to placate PETA wackos wasn’t enough. Leftist blog Vox claims the new, cage-free, depiction “doesn’t address any of the underlying issues about ethics, exploitation, and corporate greed.”


Coming soon to Vox dot com: Chips Ahoy cookies — coded pressure on five-year-olds to join the Navy?

And the latest target of the liberal outrage mob? In-N-Out Burger. The lefties have fixed the fast food chain in their cross hairs after In-N-Out was “exposed” for a donation of $25,000 to the California GOP, demanding a nationwide boycott.


Vegans boycotting a burger joint. This is why we laugh at you.

And that’s your week in review! For the Personal Liberty Digest®, I’m Ben Crystal saying, “See you next week, on The WIRE!”

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The WIRE: Your week in review

From burying McCain to In-N-Out’s pain — and most points in between — it’s time for a look back at the week that was. Personal Liberty Digest® presents: The WIRE!

Surely, we can put aside the partisan baloney long enough to bury Senator John McCain. I mean, can’t we at least agree that a funeral is an inappropriate spot for less-than-subtle jabs at President Donald Trump?


Nope.

Witness the zeal with which they celebrated a deranged gamer opening fire on defenseless competitors at a video game tournament in the “gun-free” Jacksonville Landing. Someday, I hope to be as happy in life as the gun grabbers are when they’re turning shooting victims into sock puppets to blame the wrong people. At least, until they find out the psycho bought the gun in heavily gun-controlled Maryland.


Crazy guy buys gun in gun control state, uses it in different state. Obviously the NRA’s fault.

The anti-liberty hate group “Guns Down America” and their fuhrer, Igor Volsky, teamed with the fake news site “NowThis” to prove how “easy” it is to get a gun without a background check. But their ploy went sideways when a seller refused to sell a firearm to an out-of-state buyer with no questions asked; they couldn’t fit through the so-called “loophole.” So, they enlisted a local straw man to do it for them, evidently unaware that doing so is already a serious crime.


Uh guys, if you have to commit a felony to do it, it isn’t that “easy.”

Liberals pounced when Florida Republican gubernatorial nominee Rep. Ron DeSantis suggested people not “monkey up” their upcoming election, claiming his remark was a secret, racist dig at his opponent, the scandal-plagued liberal Andrew Gillum. Apparently, the Dems think “monkey” is a synonym for “black people.”


“Hey! You kids be careful playing on those black people bars!”

2016 loser Hillary Clinton’s homebrew server was apparently a digital revolving door for hackers, with news breaking that the infamous system, set up because the old girl didn’t like government systems, was also hacked by Chinese operatives. While critics noted this level of ineptitude is a result of either deliberate malfeasance or just plain stupidity, I bet the old girl thought she was programming the coffee maker.


Still has a VHS. Still flashing 12:00.

The Associated Press joined in the windmill-tilting over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, shrieking “As a student at Yale in the 1980s, Brett Kavanaugh stayed out of debates on a campus that was going through many of them. Friends and acquaintances say he seemed more interested in basketball.” You mean there will finally be someone to challenge RBG’s rebounding in SCOTUS pickup hoops?


Watch out for Alito, though. Homeboy is a sniper from behind the arc.

Democrats cried butthurt when Vice President Mike Pence hammered the them for their reflexive opposition to Kavanaugh, noting that they’ve gone from “advice and consent” to “resist and obstruct.” MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough even claimed “GOP tribalism torched the process.”


“GOP Tribalism.” But his friends call him “Harry.”

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D- White Girl Warpath) believes socialism will save us. Ol’ Liewatha thinks her “Accountable Capitalism Act” will return us all to “a time in America when workers and investors each got a big chunk of the wealth they produced.” Is that kinda like, “Make America Great Again?” Because I think somebody took that one, already.


Besides, do you really want to go back to the “good old days?” They weren’t all that good for “your” people.

The bizarre tale of the New Mexico compound where Islamofascists were literally beating and starving children in an attempt to turn them into school shooters got even weirder this week. As if the hasty demolition of the site, and the easy bond for the accused, weren’t bad enough, it now appears all charges will be dropped, thanks to bumbling by the local D.A. and Sheriff’s offices.


Staff photo of the Taos County, New Mexico, law enforcement community.

Just days after they were caught fabricating their now-infamous “Trump Tower” story, CNN was ready to punch back at the president over his mocking them as “fake news.” According to CNN’s official PR team: “Make no mistake, Mr. President, CNN does not lie. We report the news.”


Ha. Oh wait, they’re serious? In that case: HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Celebutante lawyer — and potential Democratic presidential candidate — Michael Avenatti wants to be taken seriously. Said Avenatti, before posing with his meal ticket — ahem — client, Stormy Daniels for famed photog Annie Leibowitz, Avenatti demanded people stop calling him a “celebrity.”


Look! It’s a picture of a fame-obsessed whore! And Stormy Daniels!

The latest reason the “resistance” wants Trump impeached? He doesn’t use computers. At least, that’s what lefty babble blog Slate claimed when they “reported” on the president’s luddite tendencies, complete with this photo “proving” their point:


Does he tweet from that complicated-looking typewriter on the desk behind him?

President Trump had a pretty good week, but he did manage to work in one solid Twitter fail, claiming “The Obama people did something that’s never been done…They spied on a rival presidential campaign.”


*never

Californistan is all set to go all wind power by 2040, thanks to a new bill rocketing through the state legislature. In an electricity-dependent place like Tinsel Town, that’s gonna make things — um — inventive.


“Faster, little buddy! I have to recharge the Tesla!”

Of course, Nabisco changing the artwork on Animal Crackers boxes to placate PETA wackos wasn’t enough. Leftist blog Vox claims the new, cage-free, depiction “doesn’t address any of the underlying issues about ethics, exploitation, and corporate greed.”


Coming soon to Vox dot com: Chips Ahoy cookies — coded pressure on five-year-olds to join the Navy?

And the latest target of the liberal outrage mob? In-N-Out Burger. The lefties have fixed the fast food chain in their cross hairs after In-N-Out was “exposed” for a donation of $25,000 to the California GOP, demanding a nationwide boycott.


Vegans boycotting a burger joint. This is why we laugh at you.

And that’s your week in review! For the Personal Liberty Digest®, I’m Ben Crystal saying, “See you next week, on The WIRE!”

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The WIRE: Your week in review

From burying McCain to In-N-Out’s pain — and most points in between — it’s time for a look back at the week that was. Personal Liberty Digest® presents: The WIRE!

Surely, we can put aside the partisan baloney long enough to bury Senator John McCain. I mean, can’t we at least agree that a funeral is an inappropriate spot for less-than-subtle jabs at President Donald Trump?


Nope.

Witness the zeal with which they celebrated a deranged gamer opening fire on defenseless competitors at a video game tournament in the “gun-free” Jacksonville Landing. Someday, I hope to be as happy in life as the gun grabbers are when they’re turning shooting victims into sock puppets to blame the wrong people. At least, until they find out the psycho bought the gun in heavily gun-controlled Maryland.


Crazy guy buys gun in gun control state, uses it in different state. Obviously the NRA’s fault.

The anti-liberty hate group “Guns Down America” and their fuhrer, Igor Volsky, teamed with the fake news site “NowThis” to prove how “easy” it is to get a gun without a background check. But their ploy went sideways when a seller refused to sell a firearm to an out-of-state buyer with no questions asked; they couldn’t fit through the so-called “loophole.” So, they enlisted a local straw man to do it for them, evidently unaware that doing so is already a serious crime.


Uh guys, if you have to commit a felony to do it, it isn’t that “easy.”

Liberals pounced when Florida Republican gubernatorial nominee Rep. Ron DeSantis suggested people not “monkey up” their upcoming election, claiming his remark was a secret, racist dig at his opponent, the scandal-plagued liberal Andrew Gillum. Apparently, the Dems think “monkey” is a synonym for “black people.”


“Hey! You kids be careful playing on those black people bars!”

2016 loser Hillary Clinton’s homebrew server was apparently a digital revolving door for hackers, with news breaking that the infamous system, set up because the old girl didn’t like government systems, was also hacked by Chinese operatives. While critics noted this level of ineptitude is a result of either deliberate malfeasance or just plain stupidity, I bet the old girl thought she was programming the coffee maker.


Still has a VHS. Still flashing 12:00.

The Associated Press joined in the windmill-tilting over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, shrieking “As a student at Yale in the 1980s, Brett Kavanaugh stayed out of debates on a campus that was going through many of them. Friends and acquaintances say he seemed more interested in basketball.” You mean there will finally be someone to challenge RBG’s rebounding in SCOTUS pickup hoops?


Watch out for Alito, though. Homeboy is a sniper from behind the arc.

Democrats cried butthurt when Vice President Mike Pence hammered the them for their reflexive opposition to Kavanaugh, noting that they’ve gone from “advice and consent” to “resist and obstruct.” MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough even claimed “GOP tribalism torched the process.”


“GOP Tribalism.” But his friends call him “Harry.”

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D- White Girl Warpath) believes socialism will save us. Ol’ Liewatha thinks her “Accountable Capitalism Act” will return us all to “a time in America when workers and investors each got a big chunk of the wealth they produced.” Is that kinda like, “Make America Great Again?” Because I think somebody took that one, already.


Besides, do you really want to go back to the “good old days?” They weren’t all that good for “your” people.

The bizarre tale of the New Mexico compound where Islamofascists were literally beating and starving children in an attempt to turn them into school shooters got even weirder this week. As if the hasty demolition of the site, and the easy bond for the accused, weren’t bad enough, it now appears all charges will be dropped, thanks to bumbling by the local D.A. and Sheriff’s offices.


Staff photo of the Taos County, New Mexico, law enforcement community.

Just days after they were caught fabricating their now-infamous “Trump Tower” story, CNN was ready to punch back at the president over his mocking them as “fake news.” According to CNN’s official PR team: “Make no mistake, Mr. President, CNN does not lie. We report the news.”


Ha. Oh wait, they’re serious? In that case: HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Celebutante lawyer — and potential Democratic presidential candidate — Michael Avenatti wants to be taken seriously. Said Avenatti, before posing with his meal ticket — ahem — client, Stormy Daniels for famed photog Annie Leibowitz, Avenatti demanded people stop calling him a “celebrity.”


Look! It’s a picture of a fame-obsessed whore! And Stormy Daniels!

The latest reason the “resistance” wants Trump impeached? He doesn’t use computers. At least, that’s what lefty babble blog Slate claimed when they “reported” on the president’s luddite tendencies, complete with this photo “proving” their point:


Does he tweet from that complicated-looking typewriter on the desk behind him?

President Trump had a pretty good week, but he did manage to work in one solid Twitter fail, claiming “The Obama people did something that’s never been done…They spied on a rival presidential campaign.”


*never

Californistan is all set to go all wind power by 2040, thanks to a new bill rocketing through the state legislature. In an electricity-dependent place like Tinsel Town, that’s gonna make things — um — inventive.


“Faster, little buddy! I have to recharge the Tesla!”

Of course, Nabisco changing the artwork on Animal Crackers boxes to placate PETA wackos wasn’t enough. Leftist blog Vox claims the new, cage-free, depiction “doesn’t address any of the underlying issues about ethics, exploitation, and corporate greed.”


Coming soon to Vox dot com: Chips Ahoy cookies — coded pressure on five-year-olds to join the Navy?

And the latest target of the liberal outrage mob? In-N-Out Burger. The lefties have fixed the fast food chain in their cross hairs after In-N-Out was “exposed” for a donation of $25,000 to the California GOP, demanding a nationwide boycott.


Vegans boycotting a burger joint. This is why we laugh at you.

And that’s your week in review! For the Personal Liberty Digest®, I’m Ben Crystal saying, “See you next week, on The WIRE!”

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‘Stunning’: Ohr fed dossier info to top Mueller deputy

Robert Mueller (via YouTube)

Robert Mueller (via YouTube)

Republican Congress members who questioned Bruce Ohr behind closed doors Tuesday learned the former top Justice Department official had regular contact in 2016 with Andrew Weissmann – who is now Robert Mueller’s top deputy – regarding the dubious, anti-Trump dossier of unverified claims that became a major premise for launching the special counsel investigation.

Citing a source close to the matter, the Fox News Channel’s Catherine Herridge said Weissmann was kept “in the loop” on the dossier while he was chief of the criminal fraud division.

Andrew Weissmann

Andrew Weissmann

“This is a dramatic and stunning development that should effectively end Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation,” said Gregg Jarrett, an attorney, Fox News legal analyst and author of the New York Times bestselling “The Russia Hoax: The Illicit Scheme to Clear Hillary Clinton and Frame Donald Trump.”

“And in fact he should immediately fire Andrew Weissman and terminate his special counsel probe,” Jarrett said in a segment Thursday night on the Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” show.

Jarrett summarized why he believes the Weissman connection is significant.

The dossier, he said, “was the main part of the Russia hoax, and Andrew Weissman was in on the hoax.”

Sources familiar with Ohr’s testimony Tuesday before the House Judiciary and House Oversight Committees told the Daily Caller News Foundation that along with Weissman, Ohr kept in the loop former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, former lead FBI investigator Peter Strzok and former bureau lawyer Lisa Page regarding his interactions with Steele and Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson.

Fusion GPS, an opposition research firm, was paid more than $1 million through the law firm of the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign to produce the dossier, which was based mostly on unnamed Russian sources.

Weissmann’s contact with Ohr about the dossier is significant because of the mutual interest that Weissmann and Simpson had in former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, the Daily Caller noted.

Weissmann, a Hillary Clinton donor who attended her 2016 election-night party in New York City, is the lead prosecutor in two cases against Manafort.

Already, it’s been reported Ohr testified that the FBI was aware when it submitted the dossier as evidence to obtain a warrant to spy on the Trump campaign that Steele was biased against Trump and that Ohr’s wife, Nellie, worked for the company that produced it.

Bruce Ohr

Bruce Ohr

That information, however, was withheld from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court, which granted warrants to conduct surveillance on Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page.

Weissman’s 9-0 Supreme Court rebuke

Weissman was famously rebuked in 2005 by the U.S. Supreme Court, which overturned 9-0 his convictions in the cases against legacy accounting firm Arthur Andersen, which was destroyed by the prosecution, and Merrill Lynch. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals later dismissed all the fraud convictions against four Merrill Lynch managers who had served a year in prison.

A critic of Weissman’s prosecution as deputy and later director of the Enron Task Force concluded, “People went off to prison for a completely phantom of a case.”

Houston lawyer Tom Kirkendall, who represented an Enron executive, told the Washington Times that Weissmann “seemed more interested in obtaining convictions than in promoting justice.”

Defense attorneys asserted, the Times reported, that Weissmann bent or broke the rules, pointing to appeals court decisions, exhibits and witness statements.

They charged he intimidated witnesses by threatening indictments and created crimes that did not exist. In one case, they said, he withheld evidence that could have aided the accused.

The Times noted one instance in which an incredulous district court judge told an Enron defendant he was pleading guilty to a wire fraud crime that did not exist.

‘Willing and constant conduit’

Republican House members who questioned Ohr, including Reps. Mark Meadows of North Carolina, Jim Jordan of Ohio and Darrell Issa of California, said that after the FBI terminated its relationship with Steele in November 2016 for leaking to the media, the bureau privately used Ohr as a backchannel to reengage contact with Steele and continue receiving the former British spy’s information.

“This was after suggesting to the American public they had cut Steele off,” Meadows said in a tweet.

Now-fired FBI agent Strzok confirmed during recent congressional testimony that the FBI received “documents and material” from Ohr, a former associate deputy attorney general.

WND reported earlier this month that newly obtained emails, texts and handwritten notes of Ohr confirmed the connection to Steele, who told Ohr of his fear that they would be “exposed” because of the firing of FBI Director James Comey.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Issa said in an interview Wednesday with Fox News that he and his colleagues confirmed Tuesday that Ohr was “a willing and constant conduit between Fusion GPS, paid for by the Clinton campaign, and the FBI.”

Noting Ohr is an attorney, Issa said that under cross-examination he conducted along with Jordan and Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., the Justice Department official was asked if he had ever in his career made himself a “fact witness,” essentially creating a conflict by being a conduit of information in a case.

Ohr replied that prior to the dossier matter, he had not.

“He knew he was delivering not hearsay, but double hearsay that would never stand up in court, and he admitted that, that he was providing as fact that which turns out to be fiction,” Issa told Fox News.

Jordan, in a Fox News interview, provided more perspective on Ohr’s testimony, calling it “the biggest abuse of power” he had ever seen.

“Go back to the fundamentals. Bruce Ohr, a top Justice Department official, his wife worked for the firm hired by the Clintons to produce the dossier. The dossier that we all know is the foundation of this whole thing which was disproven, salacious, unverified, not credible. That dossier Fusion is giving to Nellie Ohr, to Bruce Ohr who is giving it to the FBI. We know all that, and the FBI took it to the court. Didn’t tell the court who paid for it. Didn’t tell the court the guy who wrote it, Christopher Steele had been terminated,” Jordan said.

The congressman said it “now it appears [the FBI] knew about Bruce Ohr, Nellie Ohr’s involvement and didn’t tell the court that either.”

“They did all of that for what purpose? To spy on the other party’s campaign,” Jordan said.

“That is never supposed to happen in the United States of America and yet it did. This is the biggest abuse of power I have ever seen. And I am going to keep digging at it and so are my colleagues until we get answers for the American people.”

‘Someone is lying’

WND reported Tuesday Republican congressmen who questioned Ohr found his testimony conflicted with the declarations of other key figures, former FBI lawyer Lisa Page and Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson.

“In the first hour of testimony it became very clear that there are a number of factual conflicts,” Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., told reporters Tuesday during a break in the closed-door session with Ohr.

“Either Bruce Ohr is lying or Glenn Simpson is lying.”

The congressman added that “in another circumstance, either Bruce Ohr is lying or Lisa Page is lying.”

Page infamously exchanged anti-Trump text messages with lead FBI investigator Peter Strzok while they were carrying on an adulterous relationship. While working on the Hillary Clinton classified-information probe and later the Russia investigation, Strzok confided to Page his intent to “stop” Trump from becoming president and to deploy an “insurance policy” as a backup plan.

Fired FBI Director James Comey described claims in the dossier as “unverified and salacious.” And last week, longtime Clinton lawyer Lanny Davis rebutted a key claim in the dossier, contending his new client, former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, was never in Prague. The dossier makes Cohen and his Prague visit central to its contention that there was “clandestine” conspiracy of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government.

The House members are considering bringing back Ohr, Page and Simpson in an open hearing to sort out the apparent conflicts, reported the Fox News Channel’s Herridge.

Earlier Tuesday, Meadows said he’s seen “hard evidence” that the FBI leaked information to media to justify the FISA warrants to spy on the Trump campaign.

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