Elder Patriot | Last night, while discussing the details surrounding the intelligence community’s surveillance of Donald Trump and his campaign associates with former Deputy Independent Counsel Sol Weisenberg, Laura Ingraham said her sources had told her to expect at least some previously hidden files to be declassified.
LI: I heard from a high-placed WH source that the President may be looking to release and declassify ALL the relevant documents leading up to the start of the Russian probe next week.
?️: I heard he's going to give them to AG Barr to review.
LI: Well, apparently it's next week. pic.twitter.com/iVEKyq2XEU
— M3thods (@M2Madness) May 16, 2019
Considering the expected sequence of events to come, this makes sense.
With Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report expected in June, releasing some of the underlying documents next week would allow time for them to pass through the review process (usually around 30 days) in order to be included in the OIG report when it’s made public.
Sequencing the release in this way will make it far more difficult for the Democrats’ mainstream media propaganda machine to continue managing the false narrative they’ve been hawking to their audience since before President Trump was elected.
It’s for precisely this reason that those involved in constructing the false allegations, that Donald Trump is aligned with, and an agent of, Russian President Vladimir Putin, are now turning on each other in an effort to soften their landing.
It’s now undeniable that the FBI spied on members of the Trump campaign. However, there is growing evidence that the Obama administration had been spying on its political opponents for many years prior to Donald Trump declaring his candidacy.
It is this distinctly criminal use of the intelligence agencies for political reasons, by the former POTUS, that has sent Democrats into a panic. Here’s the exchange between Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Attorney General William Barr that caused Democrats to blow a gasket:
AG William Barr on why the DOJ is reviewing the FBI's Trump-Russia probe: "I think spying on a political campaign is a big deal." pic.twitter.com/tHVcF1dGd4
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) April 10, 2019
Barr: …spying on a political campaign is a big deal… I’m not talking about the FBI necessarily but intelligence agencies more broadly.”
Former FBI Director James Comey knows that the phony Steele Dossier is the central evidence claiming Donald Trump was compromised by the Russian government. He is now attempting to blame the inclusion of the Steele Dossier in the IC Assessment Report on Brennan.
The CIA has responded as expected and is denying Comey’s version of events.
As would be expected, both agencies – the FBI and the CIA – are engaged in protecting their proprietary interests.
Fox News’ Catherine Herridge explained:
Herridge: “Now a high-level dispute over which senior government officials pushed the unverified dossier as the intelligence assessment into Russian election meddling.
“Sources tell Fox News a late 2016 email chain indicated FBI Director James Comey told bureau subordinates that John Brennan insisted the Dossier be included in the intelligence community assessment on Russian election interference…”
Trey Gowdy: “It’s gonna be interesting if they begin to turn on one another.
“I’ve seen the document. I’m not going to describe it anymore than that. Comey has a better argument than Brennan based on what I’ve seen.”
Regardless of whether Comey wins this round or not, he cannot run away from the fact that he signed three of the FISA applications swearing that the information contained in them was 100% accurate and verified.
On Tuesday night we learned:
DiGenova: Horowitz has already concluded that the final three FISA’s were completely illegal. He’s now on the brink of finding that the first FISA was completely illegal.
These Comey-Brennan CYA maneuvers are little more than a sideshow. The evidence will show that this was a well-orchestrated conspiracy to end the Trump presidency so as to end the threat that it would be exposed.
Significant evidence is surfacing that the Obama administration had been running a massive surveillance/spying campaign targeting many prominent, and not so prominent, U.S. citizens for many years, predating Donald Trump.