Washington is in an uproar. An indictment bombshell just rocked Congress, and now the Democrats are scrambling. They don’t want Americans to know the truth.
Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) has revealed that Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on alleged FISA abuse by the Obama Administration in 2016 to spy on Trump’s campaign is due “in the next week or two.” Is an indictment forthcoming?
It is being alleged that the Obama Administration withheld information — specifically a transcript of a discussion with Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos — that would’ve made it nearly impossible for them to obtain a spying warrant.
Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo asked Ratcliffe specifically about the transcript, and he said that “if there is a transcript of what you just related, that absolutely should have been provided to the FISA court.”
“I’m just telling you that I have staked my credibility on this, that I think that the information that should have been turned over to the FISA court wasn’t, and that the FISA process wasn’t followed,” continued Ratcliffe.
The Texas congressman then shifted his comments to former FBI Director James Comey. He said that “when Jim Comey and Adam Schiff and others say that the FISA abuse idea is a bunch of nonsense … they’re wrong.”
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