House testimony: FBI director won’t say if ‘dossier’ used to justify spying on Trump

House testimony: FBI director won’t say if ‘dossier’ used to justify spying on Trump
FBI Director Wray testifies to the House Judiciary Committee, 7 Dec 2017. (Image: CSPAN screen grab via CNSNews)

[Ed. – To no one’s surprise, presumably.  Nothing but the threat of real punishment will make these folks talk.]

Two simple questions: How did the FBI’s Russia investigation start? And was it started because the Trump “dossier” was presented to somebody at the FBI?

Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) asked FBI director Christopher Wray those questions at a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, but he got no answers:

“How did the Russia investigation start?” DeSantis asked Wray. “Did (FBI counterintelligence agent)Peter Strzok — was he — did he start it?”

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DeSantis asked Wray if he could get back to the committee with the answer:

“Well, if there’s information that we can provide that — without compromising the ongoing special counsel investigation, I’m happy to see what there is that we can do to be responsive,” Wray said.

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