This is the question that needs to be answered by and about Bruce Ohr and his wife. Law prohibits public officials from involvement in matters in which their spouse has a financial interest. Did Ohr “personally & substantially” participate in a particular matter in which his wife had a financial interest while he was employed by the DOJ? Nellie Ohr was working for Fusion GPS, that hired Christopher Steele to do the dirty dossier on President Trump. They were hired to do this dirty deed to benefit the Clinton campaign. Did Bruce Ohr pass this dossier info through to the FBI that he got from his wife? This will never pass the smell test. Read on.
As Written and Reported By Adam Mill for The Federalist:
Did Ohr ‘personally and substantially’ participate in a particular matter in which his wife had a ‘financial interest’ while he worked for the DOJ?
A review of publicly available information causes a reasonable person to wonder whether Bruce Ohr broke the law by promoting his wife’s anti-Trump research to the FBI when he was working at the Justice Department.
The law prohibits public officials from involvement in matters in which their spouse has a financial interest. The question is, Did Ohr “personally and substantially” participate in a particular matter in which his spouse had a “financial interest” while he was employed by the Justice Department as the assistant attorney general? Let’s take a closer look.
Recall that the Hillary Clinton campaign (through its law firm Perkins Coie) hired opposition research firm Fusion GPS to generate dirt on Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential campaign. Fusion GPS in turn hired former British spy Christopher Steele, who compiled the Trump dossier containing as yet unproven allegations of Russian dirt on Trump.
We learned in December that Ohr met with Fusion GPS in November 2016 — a critical time frame — while he was the associate …..
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