JOHN SOLOMON: Nellie Ohr Gave Her Husband Bruce Ohr ANOTHER Anti-Trump Dossier – Which Was Delivered to the FBI

Bruce and Nellie Ohr

Award-winning investigative journalist John Solomon has uncovered yet another anti-Trump ‘Russia’ dossier compiled by Nellie Ohr which she then gave to her husband, Bruce Ohr on a memory stick.

Twice-demoted DOJ official Bruce Ohr then took that Russia information given to him by his wife and delivered it to the FBI in 2016.

First it was an unverified Russia dossier compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele that made its way to the FBI and then used to obtain a spy warrant and three subsequent renewals on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.

Now we learn from Bruce Ohr’s testimony to Congress (which still hasn’t been released to the public) that Nellie Ohr’s work with Fusion GPS produced another anti-Trump dossier.

Via John Solomon of The Hill:

And now we learn, from testimony that is still being kept secret from the public, that Ohr admitted to Congress last year that he also took Russia information that his wife, Nellie, assembled against Trump on a computer drive and delivered that to the FBI in 2016 — a revelation that has raised fresh concerns in Congress about a possible conflict of interest.

Nellie Ohr worked for Fusion GPS and, for a time, worked on the same Clinton-financed Russian research project as Steele, according to the testimony.

DOJ ethics rules forbid department officials from working in cases where a spouse has a financial interest, a prohibition that Bruce Ohr said he knew about when he forwarded his wife’s evidence to the FBI.

The way Ohr described it, his wife’s research was like an additional dossier assembled from Fusion GPS research to augment what Steele was separately providing the FBI.

“She (Nellie Ohr) provided me with a memory stick that included research she had done for Fusion GPS on various Russian figures,” Ohr told congressional investigators.

“And the reason she provided that information to me is, my understanding was, it related to some of the same — it related to the FBI’s Russia investigation. And she gave me that stick to give to the FBI.”

John Solomon breaks down just how many anti-Trump dossiers there are that we know of:

Steele’s dossier was the opening salvo. A document sent to the State Department by Clinton proteges Cody Shearer and Sidney Blumenthal was another. A thumb drive given by Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman to FBI general counsel James Baker was a third. Simpson’s thumb drive given to Bruce Ohr was a fourth. And Nellie Ohr’s thumb drive would be a fifth. At least three of those work products — those from Steele, Shearer/Blumenthal and Nellie Ohr — resemble what many people might consider a dossier.

We now know that since none of these dossiers helped propel Hillary Clinton into the White House, the Deep State coup plotters fell back on their “insurance policy” to remove Donald Trump from office.

The Deep State plan was to hijack the DOJ and appoint a special counsel to harass President Trump and jail his associates on process crimes — then ultimately GET TRUMP.

Another part of the plan, according to disgraced FBI official Andrew McCabe, was for DAG Rod Rosenstein to wear a wire and record Trump in a plot to remove him from office via the 25th Amendment.

All along, these Deep State coup plotters had help from their stenographers in the fake news media.

These officials used government agencies in a plot to overthrow President Trump – there’s a word for that: COUP — There’s one place for them: JAIL.

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