Former Senate Intel Committee aide, James A. Wolfe, 57, was arrested on Thursday after the DOJ conducted an investigation into classified information leaks to reporters.
Wolfe repeatedly lied to investigators about his contacts with reporters and made false statements to the FBI.
The Justice Department also seized New York Times reporter, Ali Watkins years’ worth of phone and email records.
James Wolfe (NBC)
The New York Times insisted James Wolfe was bipartisan.
Worth mentioning in the NYTimes story that preemptively spilled the beans about their reporter and the info about DOJ’s investigation into Wolfe, they do a lot to try and position him as a “bipartisan” guy. pic.twitter.com/TNdrgy8HQQ
— Jordan Schachtel (@JordanSchachtel) June 8, 2018
But here are the leaked reports Wolfe gave to his lover Ali Watkins.
Via Jordan Schachtel:
Senate panel expects to receive Clinton campaign documents this week
Senate panel investigating Russia outraged by Comey firing
Carter Page says he won’t testify before Senate Intelligence panel in Russia probe
Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenas Flynn
As Jeff Giesea says, “To review Ali Watkins’s work is to watch the Trump collusion narrative develop in slow motion.”
To review Ali Watkins’s work is to watch the Trump collusion narrative develop in slow motion.
Her primary Senate Intel source was her lover until Dec 17.
This tweet was from 8 days before Trump’s Inauguration: https://t.co/aoQA15kU7d
— Jeff Giesea🌿 (@jeffgiesea) June 8, 2018
And Wolfe’s colleague Daniel Jones went to work for Fusion GPS.
James Wolfe worked on the Senate Intelligence Torture report that made Ali Watkins a Pulitzer finalist but who led the committee review? Daniel Jones. What’s he doing today? He’s working with Fusion GPS on their Trump/Russia attack. Was he a source too? https://t.co/n8TCGxzWn3
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) June 8, 2018