There is a race in our nation’s capital in 2019, between Democrats and Republicans, and its outcome could very well shape our American society for decades to come.
On the left is the impeachment “inquiry” being carried out by the Democratically-controlled House of Representatives, where witnesses are testifying nearly every day in the matter, some of whom have defied the White House’s guidance in doing so.
On the right, however, is the “SpyGate” investigation, which peers into the 2016 election’s most shocking claims regarding Donald Trump’s supposed fealty to the Kremlin. Of concern in this probe is how the Obama administration justified their spying on the Trump campaign during the election cycle, and whether or not an unverifiable, mythical blackmail packet called the Steel Dossier had anything to do with it.
According to one of this investigation’s leading architects, we could soon have our answers.
Michael Horowitz, the U.S Department of Justice’s (DOJ) inspector general (IG), said Thursday that he is almost done finalizing the report into possible abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
Horowitz made the revelation in an October 24 letter addressed to House and Senate leaders.
The IG anticipated that the report would be released to the public with “a few redactions,” adding:
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