(Tea Party PAC) – It’s interesting what a guilty conscience can do.
So, you already know that the media played a key role in perpetuating the false narrative about the Trump-Russia hoax.
You already know they’re working overtime to try to perpetuate the bogus Ukraine allegations.
So go figure that they’re terrified about the release of the Horowitz report, which is likely to blow wide open the extent to which the Obama DOJ-FBI was meddling in the 2016 election and fabricating the media-promoted Trump-Russia hoax.
So, they’re trying to get out ahead of it and debunk it…without knowing what’s in it!
One example is a report from the New York Times, which alleged that the FBI never attempted to place undercover agents in the 2016 Trump campaign.
Any amateur citizen journalist can piece together the truth.
Fox News contributor and former Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Jason Chaffetz, explained the media’s panicked state ahead of the release of the long-awaited report from Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz to the hosts of Fox and Friends on Thursday, noting that the New York Times report is “true to script” for the Democrats.
“By its very definition, a FISA application is a warrant to spy on somebody,” Chaffetz said. “This person, Carter Page, happened to be on the Trump campaign. So, the mere fact that they’re trying to discredit that says a lot about the weakness of their case and their allegations.”
“But, the reality is this happened and the Inspector General— this will be his fifth report that he’s come out with regarding the FBI at the highest echelons. And, let’s also remember: they didn’t spend 18 months working on this to say, ‘Hey, everything went swimmingly at the Department of Justice,’” he added.
The New York Times had asserted that the “Russia inquiry review is expected to undercut” President Donald Trump’s allegations of being spied on by the Obama FBI, and is expected t include evidence that the bureau was “was careless and unprofessional” in wiretapping FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
Chaffetz said that the Times article is a “key flashing light” signaling that the FBI should be worried.
Indeed, they should!
The Horowitz report is set to be released on December 9th, and Horowitz himself will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on December 11.