Investigative journalist Sara Carter noted Sunday during an appearance on “Fox & Friends” how a number of former Obama administration officials came out to oppose the release of the Nunes memo, a memo detailing serious questionable and possibly illegal practices of top leaders in the FBI.
She pointed to a second memo expected from the House Intel committee, saying those involved are “terrified” of what may be in it.
“We’re still waiting for the Inspector General’s report that is going to be coming out,” Carter said. “That’s going to be directed at Andrew McCabe, now former [deputy] director Andrew McCabe, and others. And I think they’re terrified what’s going to come out here.”
She also noted that there’s a second dossier, an “anti-Trump dossier,” from a person named Cody Shearer.
“He is a very controversial activist, a former reporter who worked with the Clintons in the past,” Carter told the “Fox & Friends” crew. “And the FBI was also using this second dossier as part of what they were doing to back up the other dossier by Christopher Steele, an unverified dossier.”
The Fox News contributor said Steele appeared to be “sending information to the State Department in bits and snippets.”
Carter then tied it all back to the Obama administration.
“But I think the most important thing here and one of the things they are going to be looking at very closely are the leaks,” she explained. “There were a number of leaks out, unverified information, by possibly senior members of the Obama administration.”
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