This SMOKING HAM (Radio) May Expose Clinton-Obama-Justice-Russia Collusion Against Candidate Trump


Yesterday FOXNews revealed that Nellie Ohr, wife of just demoted FBI deputy Director Bruce Ohr, worked for Fusion GPS during the time the dossier was created. Bruce Ohr was demoted for hiding his relationship with Fusion GPS and Trump dossier author Steele. From FoxNews:

 The precise nature of Mrs. Ohr’s duties – including whether she worked on the dossier – remains unclear but a review of her published works available online reveals Mrs. Ohr has written extensively on Russia-related subjects. [House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence] staff confirmed to Fox News that she was paid by Fusion GPS through the summer and fall of 2016.

The key questions House investigators are digging at regard whether the Trump dossier was the basis for the FISA surveillance warrant to unmask names of Trump campaign officials and, essentially, spy on the Trump campaign.

With Ohr having been demoted last week for not revealing his connections with Fusion GPS and dossier author Steele, the added connection of Ohr’s wife being a Russia expert and on payroll of Fusion creates clouds of smoke for the fire of collusion between FBI, Fusion, Clinton and Russian actors.

The Smoking Ham

Now we have the SMOKING HAM (radio)…

Conservative Treehouse has unearthed this nugget: Sixty-year-old Nellie just happened to apply for a HAM radio license one month after Fusion got the gig to create the Trump dossier. HAM radios are not traceable by the feds. Coincidence? Not likely:

Keeping in mind, both Bruce and Nellie Ohr’s subject matter skill-set within the DOJ would provide them with a comprehensive understanding of how to network and communicate with international actors outside the traditional risk of communication intercepts. In short, Mrs. Nelli Ohr would know that using HAM radio frequencies would be a way to avoid the risk of U.S. intelligence intercepts on her communications.


  • computerguy1

    The comments about Ham radio are misleading. Communications on Amature radio bands are not allowed to be encrypted in anyway so anyone can listen or decode the messages. If someone was encrypting in someway it could be reported. They are also supposed to transmit their callsign (which is assigned by the FCC) at certain intervals. The location of a transmission is pretty easy to find with directional finding equipment that many Amature radio operators already have, and certainly the government has. There is nothing preventing the FCC, CIA, NSA, some high school kid, grandma or anyone else on the globe from listening in on those same frequencies, especially if they are looking for something.
    It would be far easier and more secure to install WhatsApp on a burner phone.

    • Dems In Freefall

      Yeah, well they can’t trace them like phone lines, and I suspect that was the point.

      • Griffith Crammond

        Radio signals CAN be traced. They CAN be pinpointed. Simple and easy to do. Any amateur radio operator can do it quite easily.

        • Dems In Freefall

          Not after the fact.

    • sav savron

      at age 60 she takes up HAM radio?