Citing unnamed sources, Sinclair investigative journalist James Rosen announced that President Trump is expected to declassify documents regarding the 2016 FISA surveillance warrant against former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
Trump supporters believe these documents will reveal that the Department of Justice and the FBI broke the law when they spied on the Trump campaign.
The two agencies have become the focus of federal scrutiny now that the special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has ended without uncovering any substantial evidence of illegal collusion between Trump and Russia.
Both Attorney General William Barr and DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz are currently looking into the agencies’ conduct that led to Mueller’s two-year, multi-million dollar witch hunt against Trump.
If the FISA documents are declassified, this will likely occur around the time that Horowitz drafts his final report in about six weeks.
This effort to hold collusion investigators accountable sends a strong signal to congressional Democrats, whose calls for probes into unsubstantiated rumors of illegal activity by Trump continue unabated.
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