The deep state police are using redaction and classification to obstruct congress until Democrats can get back in power.
There are lots of fascinating comments made by House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes on the tactics of the deep state police and the hopes or goals that those tactics are aimed at. As he says in his comments at 4:20 they’re hoping they can delay until somehow Democrats or establishment Republicans get control of Congress.
Watch the whole video if you can. Nunes makes is clear that they were helped by “good FBI agents.” The deep state police aren’t everyone at the FBI! But the deep state isn’t only embedded at the FBI headquarters. They also occupy positions in the mainstream media.
And it looks likely that the IG report on the Russia investigation will be delayed at least until the 2020 campaign.
The Daily Caller reports, “Trump Could Have To Wait Until 2020 To Get Full Answers On Bias In Russia Probe.”
President Donald Trump may be in the midst of his 2020 re-election campaign by the time he gets answers on whether biased federal law enforcement agents took improper steps in investigating members of his 2016 campaign.
The Department of Justice’s internal watchdog, Inspector General Michael Horowitz, in March announced a probe into potential FISA abuses in the FBI’s surveillance of Carter Page, as well as the FBI’s use of a confidential source and potential “other issues that may arise during the course of the review.”
Horowitz on Thursday released his report into the FBI’s handling the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state. The IG first launched that investigation in October 2016, following requests from several congressional Democrats.
If Horowitz takes as long on the Russia report as he did on the Clinton email report — 18 months — he won’t release his findings until September 2019, at which point Trump’s re-election campaign will be well underway.
If Horowitz’s investigation takes longer than his last one, it could conclude sometime in 2020.
DOJ spokesman John Lavinsky declined to estimate when Horowitz would conclude his review of the Russia investigation, noting that the only public information about the review is a reference on page three of Thursday’s report — a reminder that the Russia review and Clinton reviews were distinct — and the initial announcement in March.
What is indisputable is that multiple FBI agents and attorneys on the Russia investigation were biased against Trump […].
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