Kirsters Baish| FBI Director Christopher Wray received a letter from Republican Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley yesterday. In the letter, Grassley requested that the unreacted version of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “confidential human source” policy guide be handed over at once.
Christopher Wray was ordered to turn the requested documents over to the Senate Judiciary Committee no later than June 20th. Grassley is looking for solid answers when it comes to “Spygate.”
The “confidential human source” that was mentioned is FBI informant Stefan Halper. Halper was found to have infiltrated Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign as a mole, planted by the FBI and Obama’s White House. Halper was compensated with $411,575 between 2016 and 2017 for his work for the FBI. When I say “his work” I mean his spying on the Trump campaign. Halper was making money off being a rat.
Sources of the Hill have claimed that the FBI mole leaked information he picked up during the campaign to Hillary Clinton’s people, supplying them with content for their phony dossier.
The Democratic Party is losing it, and they are trying to save their own rear ends. We are now presented with information insinuating that there may have been a second mole or even a third placed in Trump’s campaign.
The Gateway Pundit writes, “The Dems and media sycophants went from ‘there was no spy inside of Trump’s camp’ to ‘the informant was there to help protect Trump against the Russians.’ Former DNI Chief James Clapper is claiming embedding spies is ‘a standard investigative practice.’”
Chuck Grassley is pushing to get his hands on the FBI policy guide to the usage of “confidential human sources.” All this fancy term really means is “spies.”
Grassley’s letter to Wray read:
We are writing to request that the FBI provide the Committee with a fully unredacted copy of
the version of the FBI’ s Confidential Human Source Policy Guide (CHSPG) currently in force. If a
different version was in force in 2016, please provide a fully unredacted copy of that as well.
Please provide the CHSPG by June 20, 2018. To the extent the CHSPG is classified, please
deliver it to the Office of Senate Security. Although the Committee complies with all laws and
regulations governing the handling of classified information, it is not bound, absent its prior
agreement, by any handling restrictions or instructions on unclassified information unilaterally asserted
by the Executive Branch. Therefore, if you have any specific requests with regard to the Committee’s
handling of unclassified material, we ask that you raise those with us in advance of production.
Take a look at the image of the letter below: