DEEP STATE BUSTED: Rep. Jim Jordan: FBI Paid for Dossier, Then Used It to Wiretap Trump, Strzok Brought Request to FISA Court (VIDEO)

Rep. Jim Jordan: FBI Used Dossier to Get Trump Wiretap, Strzok Brought Request to FISA Court, FBI Paid Fusion GPS

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) unloaded on FBI Director Christopher Wray today during a House hearing. The conservative firebrand demanded Wray confirm whether or not Trump-hating FBI agent Peter Strzok applied for the FISA warrant to spy on Trump officials.

Wray refused to answer Rep. Jordan. That’s when Jordan went scorched earth on the director.

On Thursday night Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) went on with Lou Dobbs and continued his rant against the corrupt FBI.

Jordan believes the FISA court application to spy on the Trump campaign will prove the FBI used fake dossier to spy on opposing party!

Rep. Jim Jordan: There are a couple of fundamental questions here. Did the FBI pay Christopher Steele? I asked that of the Attorney General two weeks ago he wouldn’t answer the question. Did they actually vet this dossier?… Because it’s been disproven, a bunch of lies, a bunch of National Enquirer garbage and fake news in this thing. Did they actually check it out before they brought it to the FISA Court which I’m convinced they did. And all of this can be cleared up if they release the application that they took to the court… I think they won’t give it to us because they did pay Christopher Steele. I think they did use the dossier as the basis for the warrants to spy on Americans associated with President Trump’s campaign(Strzok) is the guy who took the dossier to the Fisa Court.

Via Lou Dobbs:

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