(Tea Party PAC) – The storm has been slowly rising for some time…and now it’s finally here.
The Donald Trump administration has been under constant attack from the Obama Deep State, who has been trying to treasonously first prevent and then undo the results of an American election, the will of the American people so they could keep the Swamp corrupt and lucrative for their twisted cabal.
You’ve known it since day one. It was always clear they’d rigged the whole thing.
Trump told us way back in 2017…they were spying on him.
The flimsy case for the Russia hoax has always been blatantly fabricated, and over the last three years, the evidence has only mounted that the Obama intelligence agencies worked to launch an investigation against the Trump campaign despite the evidence they used to base it on being paid political opposition research by Hillary Clinton and the Trump campaign.
Well, for years now, Attorney General Bill Barr and US Attorney John Durham have been slowly and methodically combing through the mountain of evidence against the members of this crooked plot…and they just secured their first guilty plea.
The Western Journal reports:
A former Federal Bureau of Investigation lawyer is expected to plead guilty to falsifying a document that the FBI used to secure a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant to spy on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, according to his attorney and court documents made public Friday.
Lawyer Kevin Clinesmith, who was assigned to the Russia investigation as part of his work in the FBI general counsel’s office, plans to admit that he altered an email from the Central Intelligence Agency to make it say that Page was not a source for the CIA, even though Page had previously provided information for the agency, The New York Times reported.
Above: Kevin Clinesmith, image credit: Clinesmith for Columbia Heights
The FBI relied on Clinesmith’s information and did not disclose Page’s relationship with the CIA in its application to renew a warrant to monitor Page as a possible foreign agent, according to The Washington Post.
“Kevin deeply regrets having altered the email,” Justin Shur, Clinesmith’s lawyer, said in a statement.
“It was never his intent to mislead the court or his colleagues as he believed the information he relayed was accurate. But Kevin understands what he did was wrong and accepts responsibility.”
Text messages from Clinesmith also revealed his opposition to President Donald Trump; however, prosecutors did not reveal any evidence that Clinesmith’s actions were part of a broader conspiracy.
The case against Clinesmith is the first U.S. Attorney John Durham has brought against someone involved in the investigation known as Crossfire Hurricane.