Investigation Into ‘Dossier’ Against Trump Gets Big Break

The longer the investigation into alleged Russia collusion with the Trump campaign goes on, the more information seems to surface tied to Hillary Clinton’s campaign, it seems.

The latest development comes from District Judge Reggie Walton, who ordered the Justice Department to begin to immediately hand over the communications records of Nellie Ohr, the wife of DOJ official Bruce Ohr.

She worked for Fusion GPS, the company funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign that created the “salacious and unverified” anti-Trump “dossier,” which helped fuel the launch of the Russia probe.

The FBI already is neck deep in scandal over its handling of the Clinton and Russia investigations. This week, Congress members rebuked officials in hearings for refusing to provide requested documents. And the recent inspector general report produced more evidence of bias by key FBI officials and investigators, including Peter Strzok, the lead investigator in the Clinton and Russia probes. . .

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said he’s pleased another court rejected the Justice Department’s “inexcusable stonewalling on documents of intense public interest – Obama DOJ collusion with the Clinton campaign vendor Fusion GPS to target then-candidate Donald Trump.” (Read more from “Investigation Into ‘Dossier’ Against Trump Gets Big Break” HERE)

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