Former U.S. attorney Joe diGenova appeared on the Sean Hannity show this week to discuss the fact that Christopher Steele of the now famous “Steele Dossier” will be questioned by U.S. investigators.
He suggested this is not good news for bad actors in the deep state.
PJ Media reported:
Joe diGenova Reacts to Christopher Steele’s Decision to Meet with DOJ: ‘The Walls Are Closing in on FBI Fraudsters’
Former U.S. attorney Joe diGenova borrowed a favorite phrase from the left on Fox News’ Hannity Tuesday night, saying that “the walls are beginning to close in on the FBI fraudsters.” Democrats repeated the refrain frequently and indiscriminately throughout 2017, 2018, and early 2019, saying “the walls were closing in” on President Trump as Special Counsel Mueller investigated Russian interference in the 2016 election.
DiGenova said it in response to the breaking news that former British spy Christopher Steele had agreed to talk to United States investigators about his salacious and unverified anti-Trump dossier…
DiGenova posited that Steele had made a “strategic decision” because he would be talking to John Durham, the U.S. Attorney appointed by Attorney General William Barr to look into the intelligence community’s surveillance abuse in 2016.
“He’s going to talk to John Durham and his people so there’s obviously some sort of [immunity] deal that’s been worked out,” the Washington-based attorney said. “This is great news.”…
He added dramatically: “The walls are beginning to close in on the FBI fraudsters!”
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Will Steele be one of the people who gets thrown under the bus in this investigation?
FOX News has more:
Ex-Clinton pollster: Christopher Steele should be extradited to US, get same treatment as Manafort and Stone
Former Clinton pollster Mark Penn said Wednesday that Christopher Steele should be extradited to the United States over a suspected “conspiracy to defraud” the country and affect the 2016 election.
Penn was responding on “Fox & Friends” to the reports that the former British spy has agreed to be questioned by Justice Department investigators about his salacious and unverified dossier on Trump’s ties to Russia.
Steele’s interview would reportedly happen within weeks in London and it would come on the heels of Attorney General Bill Barr appointing a U.S. attorney to review the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation.
The DOJ inspector general is also looking into how Steele’s Democrat-funded dossier was used by the FBI to secure surveillance warrants for a former Trump campaign adviser in 2016, despite questions about its credibility.
The house of cards is crumbling quickly.
Who will be the first to cut a deal?
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