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originally posted by: Artemis12
originally posted by: a325nt
If the cards are played right he could open up the doj and fbi.
Bush, the other corrupt Clinton, the now deceased Bush... Hell if the cards were all on the table the last ten presidents (dead or alive) would be strung up in the streets with almost every senior member of every government agency.
Pentagon, cia, fbi, doj, congress, Senate, house...
It would be a real mess. So big in fact that airports would shut down and the big head ceos that run companies like Dell and Disney, Samsung and Apple and all those other names we all know would be targets.
But that won't happen, taking down the Fed wouldn't be stoppable if this reached lynchings, they're the true enemy.
Not even presidents cross the FED and live. That would take a true American spring.
George H.W. Bush -- ''If the American people knew what we have done, they would string us up from the lamp posts.''
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: Zanti Misfit
Lindsey Graham just said that A.G. Barr needs to testify and describe what "the other side" did.
I bet Trump-hating Nadler isn't so gung-ho to have Barr come before Congress now!
Thankfully, Graham chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee. If he asked Barr or Mueller to come testify, they'll probably agree to do so.
Let us hope that someone does indeed investigate the FISA application, and all that preceded it.
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz confirmed Thursday his office is still investigating possible abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act by the DOJ and FBI in their investigation into President Trump and associates of his 2016 campaign.
The revelation came during a panel discussion in Washington, D.C., when Horowitz was asked to divulge his biggest projects.
“We have a FISA-related review that people might have heard about that the deputy attorney general asked us to take a look at. But I’m not going to dwell on that," he said at the event alongside three other inspectors general hosted by the Atlantic Council.
More at: www.foxnews.com...
Following the revelation that Special Counsel Robert Mueller unearthed no evidence that President Trump or his campaign colluded with Russia to sway the 2016 election, Trump allies are now awaiting the results of two long-running internal probes that could expose the backstory behind the Russia probe's beginnings -- and provide more detail on already-documented misconduct among top FBI and DOJ officials.
DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz confirmed at a panel discussion last week that his office is continuing to review potential surveillance abuses by the FBI, a review that began last March and that Fox News is told is nearing completion. Horowitz has previously found that senior FBI officials routinely leaked information without authorization to the media, and also received "improper gifts" from reporters, including meals and sporting event tickets. Most notably, Horowitz found that FBI officials' anti-Trump communications raised doubts as to the integrity of their work.
Republicans are increasingly looking for answers from U.S. Attorney for Utah John Huber, who was appointed a year ago by former Attorney General Jeff Sessions to review not only surveillance abuses by the FBI and DOJ, but also authorities' handling of the probe into the Clinton Foundation.
In January, then-Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker reportedly indicated at a private meeting that Huber's work was continuing apace.
originally posted by: fleabit
People are investigated for things they didn't do all the time. Some people spend 20 years in prison for crimes they didn't commit. It happens. Maybe Trump should not have asked the Russians to help hack emails on national TV, at the same time that Russia interfering with the election.
Mueller was just doing the job appointed to him, thoroughly, as he should have done. It wasn't a "witch hunt." There was plenty of smoke.