Is the cover-up worse than the crime? Judicial Watch’s latest exposures of FBI corruption sure make it look that way.
Even before the election was called, Judicial Watch was doing the work the Feds SHOULD have been doing. They were calling for the relevant data to be released.
And what were the Feds doing? They were slow-walking every request.
Worse yet, they provided some records in response to a FOIA request that were previously said not to exist.
Here’s what had happened as of Aug 2016 before the election; again in Aug 2017. Then we had another story in October of 2017, with papers related to the now-infamous Tarmac Meeting, and the DOJ reopened the Clinton case in January of 2018, less than a year after Trump took office.
Judicial Watch seems to have been more interested in detecting and stopping corruption than our actual law enforcement body.
They weren’t done yet.
They had something to say about that FISA Memo. They want it released.
#ReleasetheMemo is the least Congress can do! Fusion GPS=Hillary Clinton=Russia Collusion — and they worked with Obama DOJ/FBI to target @RealDonaldTrump. Worst scandal ever. pic.twitter.com/VakU73DafY
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) January 22, 2018
The FISA courts rely on the FBI to tell the truth because this is all a secret proceeding.
And here he mentions some of the conflicts of interest — Hillary’s bundler gave 700k to the Deputy Director’s wife mentioned on the visual map that should have caused a key figure of the Hillary email investigation to recuse himself, but, of course, he didn’t recuse himself.
.@JudicialWatch uncovered how Andrew McCabe, FBI #2, didn't recuse himself from Clinton email investigation until a month before election — despite his wife's campaign getting $500k+ from Clinton crony. Why is FBI Director Wray still protecting McCabe? https://t.co/SeUV0WtrRp pic.twitter.com/C0ikTm3N5J
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) January 23, 2018
But what about those 50,000 missing texts?
No, not Hillary’s email. The missing TEXTS.
Many believe, and not without cause, that this “insurance policy” is the phony Russian dossier funded in part by the FBI (along with the Clinton campaign). The phony dossier was almost certainly used by the Obama White House to wiretap the Trump campaign under the FISA program.
These lost five months of texts also happen to coincide with the crucial months when the Russian hoax blew up in the media and resulted in the appointment of special prosecutor Robert Mueller.
Strzok and his ‘paramour’ had texted each other 50,000 times. One day before Hillary was even questioned, they admitted that her innocence was already decided.
Then there was a ‘secret society’ referenced. Inside the FBI. Aligned against the Republican nominee for President.
It would have sounded unthinkable. Except for all the other unexplainable phenomenon.And now, that Secret Society is being corroborated.
Sen Johnson spoke with Brett Baier:
Johnson told Baier that Congress has access to an informant who has alleged that a “secret society” did actually exist at the Justice Department. That could dovetail with the “secret society” referencedin texts between FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page which are under investigation by the Justice Department.
Johnson stated: “What this is all about is further evidence of corruption, more than bias, but corruption at the highest levels of the FBI. And that ‘secret society?’ We have an informant that’s talking about a group, they were holding secret meetings off-site. There is so much smoke here; there is so much suspicion —”
Baier interrupted: “Let’s stop there. A secret society. Secret meetings off-site of the Justice Department?”
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