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Mark Meadows: Strzok and McCabe Knew Steele Dossier Was Not Credible

‘And they did a rush to make sure that they could actually surveil him’
By Grabien Staff


MEADOWS: "Well, I think what we’re starting to see os the deeper the dive we take, Maria, into the Mueller report we’re starting to find out some of the conclusions and actually some of the facts that they put forth in there are a misrepresentation of what we actually know. John Solomon did some reporting recently that would suggest that part of the Mueller report indicated one individual had a connection with Russia, when indeed they did not. I think you’ll find others in there where — it seems like all roads lead to Russia in the Mueller report and actually, what we’re seeing in the evidence doesn’t suggest that. Listen, we also know that what happened was is the FBI knew that they needed to go out after Russia. And instead of going after Russia, they went after the president of the United States, and that’s all going to come out. Actually, I’ve reviewed some additional documents, Maria, that would indicate that prior to that first FISA application, and you’re going to have Carter Page on here in just a little bit but prior to that first FISA application, Peter Strzok, Andy McCabe and others at the FBI knew that Christopher Steele’s dossier was not credible and they did a rush to make sure that they could actually surveil him. That will come out because there’s a cover-up that happened within certain realms at the FBI."

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