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MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, who last month declared that it “feels very palpable” that President Donald Trump is a foreign agent, now thinks the FBI and Department of Justice won’t be able to properly investigate Russian intelligence operations, or Russian organized crime if Bruce Ohr is fired.

With the words “The Next Target” in the backdrop Tuesday night, Maddow began discussing Justice Department official Bruce Ohr testifying in a closed-door interview with the House Judiciary and Oversight Committee about his involvement with Christopher Steele and the Trump dossier.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Republicans literally came back from summer vacation early to spend the day trying to destroy Bruce Ohr,” Maddow claimed.

Maddow went on to say, “When they went after Peter Strzok they were going after the top counterintelligence official at the FBI, with experience in breaking up Russian intelligence operations on U.S. soil. In going after Bruce Ohr today, they are trying to take out one of American law enforcement’s top experts on Russian organized crime.”

Maddow failed to mention Strzok was fired earlier this month after an inspector general report investigating politically charged text messages made by Strzok. Some of the widely reported messages included Strzok calling Trump an “idiot,” and vowing to “stop” Trump from being elected.

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