House Judiciary Committee Member Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) said that if the FBI used the controversial Trump-Russia dossier in order to get a FISA warrant to wiretap him, the bureau has been "co-opted and corrupted."
Gohmert grilled current FBI Director Christopher Wray on Agent Peter Strzok's participation in the Trump probe, as well as the report that DOJ official Bruce Ohr met with the author of the dossier.
He said that Congress must know if the bureau used a "politically-contrived and paid-for dossier" as a basis for a surveillance warrant against members of Trump's campaign team.
"If that's the case, the FBI has been co-opted and corrupted... beyond perhaps even the sorriest days of the FBI's time when J. Edgar Hoover was wiretapping Martin Luther King," he said.
He added that there will likely be more revelations to come in the FBI's and Robert Mueller's handling of the investigation.
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