Over the weekend reports came out that Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz will release his monumental report on illegal spying by the Obama White House on Friday.
I have commented before on a Friday release date of any news as being something you wish to bury since not many people do not read or watch news on Saturday. So the timing of the release seems a bit suspect.
As many of my readers know, I have previously reported that the FISA court abuses and subsequent spying on President Trump by the Obama administration will be well documented in the Horowitz report.
How the congressional Democrats used echo-chamber allegations leaked to partisan journalists by FBI and CIA operatives as proof that the Steele Dossier was rock solid.
However, Horowitz’s office lacks the power to indict, but certainly “the telephone book sized document” is being used by Attorney General Bill Bar and Federal Attorneys John Huber and John Durham to draft indictments.
These federal charges may be blockbuster story that will break early the following week, which certainly will grab the headlines.
Well as far as an October surprise this could rank up there as the most damaging of all.
You bet we’ll “stay tuned”!!! 😉 How about Oct. 31??? Got to love Anne Widdecomb!!!
It will be ignored by the mainstream media and buried.
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