LINK TO ORIGINAL PDF https://intelligence.house.gov/uploadedfiles/memo_and_white_house_letter.pdf
Steele leaked his bullshit to Yahoo News.
Yahoo News ran a story based on his bullshit.
FBI presents FISC judge with Yahoo News story as evidence to corroborate Steele’s information, knowing full well where the story came from.
To make matters even worse, Steel wasn’t fired for leaking fake news to the fake news media, he was fired for TELLING them that he was working for the FBI; to be clear they didn’t give a shit that a fucking BRITISH SPY, working by proxy for HILLARY CLINTON, was leaking fake shit to the media during a presidential campaign; the straw that broke the camels back was him telling the news media he was working with the FBI.
Basically the Obama DOJ (and probabily obama and hillary themselves) was like: “what the fuck are you doing you dumbass, you are going to implicate us all; comey fire his ass and make sure he doesnt talk anymore.”
Check out Styxhexenhammer66’s video about it
THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON February 2, 2018 The Honorable Devin Nunes Chairman, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence United States Capitol Washington, DC 20515 Dear Mr. Chairman: On January 29, 2018, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (hereinafter ?the Committee?) voted to disclose publicly a memorandum containing classi?ed information provided to the Committee in connection with its oversight activities (the ?Memorandum,? which is attached to this letter). As provided by clause 11(g) of Rule of the House of Representatives, the Committee has forwarded this Memorandum to the President based on its determination that the release of the Memorandum would serve the public interest. The Constitution vests the President with the authority to protect national security secrets from it disclosure. As the Supreme Court has recognized, it is the President?s responsibility to classify, declassify, and control access to information bearing on our intelligence sources and methods and national defense. See, Dep of Navy v. Egan, 484 US. 518, 527 (1988). In order to facilitate appropriate congressional oversight, the Executive Branch may entrust classi?ed information to the appropriate committees of Congress, as it has done in connection with the Committee?s oversight activities here. The Executive Branch does so on the assumption that the Committee will responsibly protect such classi?ed information, consistent with the laws of the United States. The Committee has now determined that the release of the Memorandum would be appropriate. The Executive Branch, across Administrations of both parties, has worked to accommodate congressional requests to declassify speci?c materials in the public interest.1 However, public release of classi?ed information by unilateral action of the Legislative Branch is extremely rare and raises signi?cant separation of powers concerns. Accordingly, the Committee?s request to release the Memorandum is interpreted as a request for declassi?cation pursuant to the President?s authority. The President understands that the protection of our national security represents his highest obligation. Accordingly, he has directed lawyers and national security staff to assess the 1 See, e. S. Rept. 114?8 at 12 (Administration of Barack Obama) (?On April 3, 2014 . . . the Committee agreed to send the revised Findings and Conclusions, and the updated Executive Summary of the Committee Study, to the President for declassi?cation and public release?); H. Rept. 107-792 (Administration of George W. Bush) (similar); E.O. 12812 (Administration of George H.W. Bush) (noting Senate resolution requesting that President provide for declassi?cation of certain information Via Executive Order). declassifcation request, consistent with established standards governing the handling of