A Tablet investigation using public sources to trace the evolution of the now-famous dossier suggests that central elements of the Russiagate scandal emerged not from the British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s top-secret “sources” in the Russian government—which are unlikely to exist separate from Russian government control—but from a series of stories that Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson and his wife Mary Jacoby co-wrote for TheWall Street Journal well before Fusion GPS existed, and Donald Trump was simply another loud-mouthed Manhattan real estate millionaire.
Understanding the origins of the “Steele dossier” [Russian dossier] is especially important because of what it tells us about the nature and the workings of what its supporters would hopefully describe as an ongoing campaign to remove the elected President of the United States. [Source: Tablet Magazine]
So, not only is Jacoby the wife of the guy who is behind compiling the Russian dossier, a totally fabricated document, we now know that Russian dossier was submitted as the only evidence by the FBI cabal, including former Director James Comey and his Deputy Director Andy McCabe, to obtain wiretaps on the then-candidate Donald Trump and his campaign.
Jacoby even boasted about it in a Facebook post. “In a Facebook post from June 24, 2017, that Tablet has seen in screenshots, Jacoby claimed that her husband deserves the lion’s share of credit for Russiagate. (She has not replied to repeated requests for comment.) ‘It’s come to my attention that some people still don’t realize what Glenn’s role was in exposing Putin’s control of Donald Trump,’ Jacoby wrote. ‘Let’s be clear. Glenn conducted the investigation. Glenn hired Chris Steele. Chris Steele worked for Glenn,’” reported Tablet Magazine.
Jacoby’s Facebook post is exaggerating their importance in writing the Russian dossier. Her husband Glenn Simpson assigned the actual writing of the Russian dossier to his Russia expert at Fusion-GPS, a woman named Nellie Ohr.
This is where the DOJ’s former associate deputy attorney general Bruce Ohr comes in — he is married to Nellie Ohr. He also has admitted to meeting with Glenn Simpson to obtain the fake Russian dossier for the DOJ before anyone knew who his wife was.
Fox News reports, “Ohr was set to appear before the Senate Intel panel Monday, but the appearance was delayed after the committee secured new related documents, which members wanted to review before hearing from him.”
Oh, I bet we know what those new documents are, thanks to Trump’s sting operation, which he put in place with Inspector General Michael Horowitz taking the lead. That sting operation is gathering all this evidence, and Bruce and Nellie Ohr, along with their partners Glenn Simpson and Mary Jacoby, have left quite an incriminating trail- leading right back to Barck Obama.
Jacoby’s meeting with Obama is pure dynamite. I’m sure we would love to see the records from those meetings. Why would a Wall Street Journal journalist be in a top secret meeting in the Oval Office for 14 hours? We all know that answer, and it’s why Obama was definitely burning up his cell phone, calling his attorneys today.
There’s one more thing. All of these snakes communicated without being detected by the good guys left in the intelligence community, but how? Records prove Nellie Ohr got a license for a HAM radio in May 2016. These rats knew the NSA does not monitor traffic by HAM radios. They really thought they had covered their tracks.
Obama never fathomed this illegal scheme wouldn’t work. He counted on ensuring Hillary Clinton would win the election. After she lost, he tried to hide all trails that would lead back to him as the FBI and DOJ cabal started phase two, the “Trump-Russia” Robert Mueller investigation, which they thought would eventually make Trump resign or be impeached. Except, he forgot about the White House visitors logs, which are now in the custody of President Donald Trump. Merry Christmas America, and stay tuned. Trump is just getting started bringing his and America’s enemies to justice.
Source: Tablet Magazine