Interesting nugget from the @MarkMeadows impeachment resolution: this month, "whistleblowers" provided Congress with evidence that FBI/DOJ "knowingly and intentionally withheld documents" to "avoid oversight" 🚨
NOT A FACT: "They never raised the allegations publicly"
FACT: Press Release from Hillary for America official spokesman repeating Carter Page allegations from Yahoo/Steele dossier distributed to millions of Americans, calling them "bombshell" showing "chilling ties to Kremlin"
NOT A FACT: "Clinton's closest aides said they didn't learn about the research until after the election, which is probable"
FACT: See HPSCI report with redactions removed. And if you hate @DevinNunes, just read the New Yorker in a piece using STEELE HIMSELF AS A SOURCE
1. SVR tried & failed to recruit Page, who co-operated with FBI 2. False 3. Irrelevant 4. Legal 5. Denied by Page & zero proof 6. It's Steele's *sources* that need to be reliable, not him 7. And according to the majority, they don't 8. See 5 9. Saying it ain't gonna make it true
Maybe because you're ex-GCHQ you're okay with spying on US citizens with threadbare evidence like this?
Maybe check that attitude at the Statue of Liberty
Russian Intel allegedly starting trying to hack the DNC, **before Super Tuesday II and the Florida/Ohio/Illinois GOP primaries**
Started planning to release the hacked emails by April 2016 **before Trump was even the presumptive nominee**
It's also possible/likely based on this timeline that Russia allegedly had **already planned & decided to release these hacked emails before @GeorgePapa19 was even told about them** (allegedly by MIFSUD on April 26 2016)
Collusion wasn't part of the plan
N.B. All of the above is assuming that every word of the indictment is true for the sake of argument