Did Nellie Ohr lie to Congress?

Conservative Treehouse makes the case. It's pretty open and shut. The claim is based on Nellie's application for a HAM radio license, which is a public document now verified by FOIA request, and what she told Congress about how that license compared to her employment at Fusion GPS. She told Congress she got the license "well before" working for Fusion, but it appears from the document that she actually applied for the license after gaining employment at Fusion GPS.

This doesn't seem like a big deal, but... why lie to Congress about it?

Speculation is that she was using it to communicate with others, possibly still inside the intel community, without being monitored. But that's just a guess. The dates -- and her lie -- are not just guesses; they are evidence.

This entry was published Mon Apr 22 08:47:31 CDT 2019 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2019-04-22 08:47:31.0. [Tweet]

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