Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group based in Washington, D.C., obtained 34 pages of the FBI's notes, known as “302s," as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit after the agency declined to voluntarily hand over the requested materials. Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s personal attorney, unloaded on the corrupt FBI.
“We’ve known this for a year,” Giuliani said on “Hannity” Thursday, reacting to the release of the FBI’s notes, known as “302s,” with details of interviews agents conducted with senior Justice Department official Bruce Ohr.
“You can’t believe what’s going to come out. And this is dramatic revelation now,” the former New York City mayor added. “But Bruce Ohr should have been prosecuted, and his wife, for conflicts of interest ten months ago because we had a Justice Department that was completely warped.”
Ohr met several times with the former British intelligence officer, Christopher Steele, who authored the infamous “dossier” of unverified information on Trump’s alleged ties to Russia. Ohr’s wife, Nellie, worked for the opposition research firm Fusion GPS, which was hired by Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign and the Democratic National Committee ahead of the election.
Documents revealed that Steele was passionately against Trump winning the 2016 election and focused on undermining his campaign, but the information was not shared with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court which issued warrants on former Trump associate Carter Page based on the dossier.
“The fact is that these are crimes that are shocking,” Giuliani told Hannity.
“These are crimes that go to the very heart of our republic,” he added. “These people had a plan to stop the Republican candidate from getting elected and then they executed a plan to remove him from office on false evidence, false testimony. The whole thing was made up from the very beginning and they sold it to 90 percent of our media. It’s a tragedy!”