Rep Goodlatte and Laura Ingraham expand on info broken by Sara Carter of the inclusion of Obama Chief of Staff McDonough in meetings planning a coup against Trump. Text…
Laura Ingraham calls it big news, the opening of an investigation by the DOJ Inspector General into the FISA court abuses and the domestic spying on Carter Page. It was expected, and while it’s not necessarily a negative, it’s small potatoes compared to another development, the exposure of documentation in the Strzok-Page lovebirds’ text mails, of a link between their subversion and the Obama White House. [[WATCH VIDEO BELOW]]
What needs to be done, since many of the chief offenders or those whose testimony might have to be compelled by a grand jury are beyond the IG’s reach, is for a second special counsel to be appointed. That reality is further demonstrated by new information uncovered by Sara Carter in new text messages just released.
Investigative Reporter Sara Carter broke the information of a reference to Hussein Obama’s chief of staff, Denis McDonough, in the Strzok-Page text messages. She wrote, “The documents, which include text messages from embattled FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok and his paramour Lisa Page, also reveal that former Obama White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough was involved in the initial investigation into Trump’s campaign. Comey, Brennan and McDonough the ‘highest-ranking officials at the FBI, CIA and White House’ were working in concert to ensure an investigation was initiated.”
In the same article she quoted Rep Mark Meadows as saying, “We’ve been asking for documents with little cooperation of the DOJ and FBI — we’re having to find these unredacted documents on our own. It appears there was a coordination between the White House, CIA, and FBI at the onset of this investigation and it’s troubling.”
Ingraham first asks House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte about the multi-year delay in getting documents from the FBI and DOJ, with Goodlatte stating that both Sessions and Wray have admitted they “do not have a good record” when it comes to producing documents. It’s something that was impossible for them to deny and admit it now because ignoring the demands is no longer an option.
Goodlatte notes that the Inspector General cannot investigate in the same manner that Congress and a second special counsel can and secondly, urges the Inspector General to release his report on the FBI and DOJ corruption in handling the Clinton email investigation before starting on a new project. He adds, “In the meantime we need the documents that we’ve subpoenaed and we need them unredacted.”
Byron York notes that the redactions, as has been discovered by the staff of Freedom Caucus and House Judiciary Committee members, which were claimed as being irrelevant and to protect potentially embarrassing personal information from being released was actually nothing of the kind and was part of a cover up of substantive information.
Referencing the inclusion of Denis McDonough’s name in the text messages, Ingraham points out the concerns and belief that many have that the Obama regime was not only being kept abreast of what they were up to but that they were directing it.
Goodlatte replies, “It’s a very big problem. We’re not passing judgment on that at this point, but our point is you can’t make a decision in the Congress about what is material over at the Justice Department. He also references the personal relationship exposed in the text messages between Strzok and FISA Court Judge Rudolph Contreras.
Ingraham and Goodlatte are correct, this is a very big problem, one that the corrupt DOJ and FBI are doing their clumsy best to keep us from finding out about. Thanks to the efforts of a small minority combating the swamp creatures, the deep state is running out of luck. Their lies and crimes are catching up with them.
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