Revealed: British Intel Sent Memo Warning US Officials about Steele’s Credibility Before Mueller Probe
Sir Mark Lyall Grant and General Michael Flynn
A new report by John Solomon at The Hill revealed that prior to President Trump’s Inauguration in January 2017 Britain’s top security official sent the Trump Transition team a memo that the British government lacked confidence in Christopher Steele’s junk dossier.
According to Rep. Mark Meadows there is now overwhelming evidence to suggest the FBI was warned on several occasions that the the Steele dossier was not credible. Yet the FBI continued to use the dossier as evidence to spy on the Trump campaign and administration.
This is interesting considering the British intelligence was targeting Trump before the election.
President Trump tweeted about British intelligence helping the Obama administration spy on Trump.
“Former CIA analyst Larry Johnson accuses United Kingdom Intelligence of helping Obama Administration Spy on the 2016 Trump Presidential Campaign.” @OANN WOW! It is now just a question of time before the truth comes out, and when it does, it will be a beauty!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 24, 2019
John Solomon at The Hill reported:
Multiple witnesses have told Congress that, a week before Trump’s inauguration in January 2017, Britain’s top national security official sent a private communique to the incoming administration, addressing his country’s participation in the counterintelligence probe into the now-debunked Trump-Russia election collusion.
Most significantly, then-British national security adviser Sir Mark Lyall Grant claimed in the memo, hand-delivered to incoming U.S. national security adviser Mike Flynn’s team, that the British government lacked confidence in the credibility of former MI6 spy Christopher Steele’s Russia collusion evidence, according to congressional investigators who interviewed witnesses familiar with the memo.