FBI witnesses Robert Anderson and Stephanie Douglas
House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff on Wednesday dragged out two FBI witnesses who just happen to be Comey and Mueller sycophants.
The two witnesses, Robert Anderson and Stephanie Douglas, both worked under then-FBI Director Robert Mueller and Nunes did a great job on Wednesday exposing their selective outrage.
The FBI witnesses were left speechless when Nunes asked them if it’s normal to have an FBI informant (Christopher Steele) who was paid by the FBI to investigate Trump’s campaign while simultaneously being paid by the Clinton campaign to investigate Trump — then went on to leak to the press.
Even more pathetic, Mr. Anderson and Ms. Douglas both admitted that they have never even read the 35-page Steele dossier that BuzzFeed published in January of 2017 — the very dossier that was used to obtain FISA warrants on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.
Congressman Chris Steward (R-UT) asked all three witnesses if they were familiar with the Steele dossier.
Schiff’s witness Stephanie Douglas replied, “I’ve never read the Steele dossier.”
Schiff’s other witness Robert Anderson said, “I’ve not read it either, sir.”
The third witness, Andrew McCarthy, a former assistant US Attorney for the Southern District of New York who was invited by the Republicans on the House Intel Committee said he has indeed read the dossier.
“I’ve read it!” McCarthy exclaimed.
So there you have it. Schiff’s FBI experts who were called to testify about Mueller’s report, which was almost entirely based on the phony Steele dossier, admit they’ve never even read the document. Unbelievable.