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Senior Contributor

fbi did have spies in the campaign

watch the wording carefully

 

We also identified several individu als who had either a connection to candidate Trump or a role in the Trump campaign, and were also FBI CHSs, but who were not tasked as part of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation. One such CHS did provide the Crossfire Hurricane team with general information about Crossfire Hurricane subjects Page and Manafort, but we found that this CHS had no further involvement in the investigation.
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Advisor

Re: fbi did have spies in the campaign

Keep tryin', Bill.

But you have to admit that having a nominee and then POTUS who's an asset of a hostile foreign power is a unique set of circumstances.

Senior Contributor

Re: fbi did have spies in the campaign

You're probably still going to insist the steele gossip sheet was mostly proven true (is that how you say it?) despite that the IC's report says even the  person who actually wrote it says its just garbage.   

Advisor

Re: fbi did have spies in the campaign

It didn't say that.

It said that neither the FBI or CIA found it sufficiently authoritative as a basis for an investigation.

Now do your best BA two-step and come up with another lie.

Or change the subject.

And Trump is quite obviously seriously under Putin's sway.

It didn't take any effort here but now The Tuck has the folks going all in on the "Russia good, Ukraine bad" train.

What a bunch of dumb goobers.

Senior Contributor

What are people that spread unproven rumors? Liars

The FBI also made attempts in 2016 and 2017 to further assess the reliability of Steele's reports. Through those efforts, as we discuss in this chapter, the FBI discovered discrepancies between Steele's reporting and statements sub-sources made to the FBI, which raised doubts about the reliability of some of Steele's reports. The FBI also assessed the possibility that Russia was funneling disinformation to Steele, and the possibility that disinformation was included in his election reports. As we describe in this chapter, the FBI concluded, among other things, that although consistent with known efforts by Russia to interfere in the 2016 U.S. elections, much of the material in the Steele election reports, including allegations about Donald Trump and members of the Trump campaign relied upon in the Carter Page FISA applications, could not be corroborated; that certain allegations were inaccurate or inconsistent with information gathered by the Crossfire Hurricane team; and that the limited information that was corroborated related to time, location, and title information, much of which was publicly available.

Senior Contributor

Re: fbi did have spies in the campaign


@Samthehumble wrote:

watch the wording carefully

 

We also identified several individu als who had either a connection to candidate Trump or a role in the Trump campaign, and were also FBI CHSs, but who were not tasked as part of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation. One such CHS did provide the Crossfire Hurricane team with general information about Crossfire Hurricane subjects Page and Manafort, but we found that this CHS had no further involvement in the investigation.

Saw that on a Tracy Beanz thread I think.  It's right there in black and white but the commies still lie about it.  

If I were going to demonstrate to the middle ground of America how much the commies are lying to them, I'd put out a report like this.

They'll quote the IG's conclusions over and over.  Yet the same man just provided 400 pages of deep state actions to counter that conclusion.

Any American with a brain will look at the evidence and conclude the commies are liars.  That shift to the right is getting bigger and bigger.

Senior Contributor

page 222, Liar

According to WFO Agent 1, the Primary Sub-source said he/ she made it clear to Steele that h'e /she had no proof to support the statements from his/her sub-sources and that "it was just talk." WFO Agent 1 said that the Primary Sub-source explained that his/ her information came from "word of mouth and hearsay;" "conversation that [he/she] had with friends over beers; "............................ In addition, the FBI interviews with the Primary Sub-source revealed that Steele did not have good insight into how many degrees of separation existed between the Primary Sub-source's sub-sources and the persons quoted in the reporting, and that it could have been multiple layers of hearsay upon hearsay. For example, the Primary Sub-source stated t o WFO Agent 1 that, in contrast to the impression left from the election reports, his/her sub-sources did not have direct access to the persons they were reporting on. Instead, t he Primary Sub-source told WFO Agent 1 that their information was "from someone else who may have had access."
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Re: page 222, Liar

The Primary Sub-source also informed WFO Agent 1 that Steele tasked him/her after the 2016 U.S. elections to find corroboration for the election reporting and that the Primary Sub-source cou ld find none. According to WFO Agent 1, during an interview in May 2017, th e Primary Sub-source sa id the corroboration was "zero." The Primary Sub-source had reported the same concl usion to the Crossfire Hurricane team members who interviewed him/he r in Ja nuary 201 7 .
Senior Contributor

corrected page 222 of the pdf, pg 190 of document

to be precise

Senior Contributor

Re: corrected page 222 of the pdf, pg 190 of document

Makes you wonder who the subsource is.  

But more importantly, what are they going to say when Durham proves that it all really started with Shearer?