Lindsay Graham Teases Bombshell Steele Revelation

On Friday, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham dropped a bombshell when he revealed that United States officials received six different warnings that Christopher Steele, the man who made up the bogus Russia dossier, was unreliable.

The announcement by Graham was revealed while he was talking to Fox News host Sean Hannity during his radio show.


"There's four events that I'm aware of — five actually — where the system was informed that Christopher Steele was an unreliable informant when it came to Trump. That he had a political bias and agenda. That on five different occasions, the system, for lack of a better word, was told, 'Be wary of this guy,'" Graham said to Hannity.

“Some of them I can’t tell you yet until we get this stuff declassified. But I think it’s going to be five; it may be six,” he later added.

Check out what the Daily Caller reported:

Republicans have accused the FBI of abusing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) by relying on Steele’s unverified reports in applications to wiretap Carter Page, a former Trump campaign adviser.
The bureau obtained four warrants to spy on Page, the first of which was granted on Oct. 21, 2016.
Republicans have said the FBI failed to disclose that Steele told Justice Department official Bruce Ohr in September 2016 he was “desperate” that Trump not be elected. The FBI also continued to cite Steele’s information in its FISA application even after cutting ties with the ex-spy on Nov. 1, 2016 after learning about his contacts with the media.
The special counsel’s report severely undercut the dossier, which alleged that there was a “well-developed conspiracy of co-operation” between the Trump campaign and Russian government to influence the 2016 election.
Republican lawmakers have hinted that days before Trump took office, a top British national security official sent a letter to incoming national security adviser Michael Flynn and outgoing national security adviser Susan Rice casting Steele as an unreliable source. BuzzFeed News had published Steele’s dossier on Jan. 10, 2017.
The report said there was no evidence of a conspiracy or that any Trump associates acted as agents of Russia.
The report also debunked Steele’s most specific allegation of collusion: that former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen traveled to Prague in August 2016 to meet with Kremlin operatives. The special counsel quoted Cohen’s denial that he ever visited the European city.

During the interview, Graham confidently asserted that the FBI had clear warnings regarding Steele before the FISA application was first submitted.

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“You had warnings before you got the first warrant. Then you had more evidence coming in all the way through to the fourth application,” Graham said. “During that period of time the system continued to receive input that Steele was unreliable. What did they do to assure themselves that they were on the right track?”

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