Christopher Steele, who created the widely panned, anti-Trump ‘Steele dossier,’ could be in big trouble. He better think twice.
Steele is refusing to cooperate with the DOJ’s investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia probe, specifically, the Obama Administration’s spying on Trump’s 2016 campaign.
Attorney General William Barr recently appointed a prosecutor, U.S. Attorney John Durham, to investigate key figures and events connected to the witch-hunt against Trump.
Steele, a former British spy, has chosen not to answer any questions from Durham about the Obama Administration’s activity during the 2016 election. Could this be considered obstruction?
To recap, Steele runs a private investigation company called Orbis Business Intelligence. Steele was hired by Fusion GPS, a Democrat-aligned research firm, to find incriminating evidence on Trump.
Because of Steele’s history working with the Democratic Party during the 2016 election, his refusal to answer Durham’s questions is suspect at best. He could find himself charged with obstruction of justice.
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