CIA Helped Biden Election?
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Judicial Watch announced recently that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the CIA for all communications of the spy agency’s Prepublication Classification Review Board (PCRB) regarding an October 19, 2020, email request to review and “clear” a letter signed by 51 former intelligence community officials characterizing the Hunter Biden laptop story as having “all the earmarks of a Russian disinformation campaign”.
Keeping with her history of poor ethical and moral fitness, a veteran congresswoman who has publicly encouraged violence against presidential cabinet members and among police protestors is proudly commemorating the 50th anniversary of Hip Hop and rap, music famous for glamorizing violence, misogyny, drugs and lawlessness. Celebrating the milestone, California Democrat Maxine Waters claims that Hip Hop is an international culture-shaping force with a growing role in politics. “When I was elected to Congress in 1991, many politicians, including Black politicians, were either distancing themselves from Hip Hop artists altogether or trying to censor rap music,” the lawmaker says in the tribute statement issued this month.
But appointing U.S. Attorney Weiss as special counsel, a man who tried to unethically slide Hunter’s corrupt plea deal past a federal judge, is a sick joke. In fact, Mr. Weiss should be under investigation for his dishonest statements to Congress and his compromised, sweetheart plea deal for Hunter Biden.
Judicial Watch announced recently that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) for records of the Archives’ role in President Trump’s White House records controversy; whether it offered Trump a secure storage location other than the National Archives; and if the Archives consulted with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence regarding the classification or declassification procedures of any of the alleged classified documents found at Trump’s Florida residence
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AFN talked with Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, a public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption. Fitton says the prosecutors’ objective is quite clear. “The goal is to interfere with the election, as the Biden regime is seeking to put him on trial literally as the primary season begins,” he offers.
Recourse to Garland’s appointment of Weiss as special counsel will have to be political, said Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, a government watchdog group.
“Congress should and can demand a more independent special counsel,” Fitton told The Daily Signal. “Weiss should be a subject of a special counsel investigation. There is a string of evidence of corruption, obstruction of justice, and fraud on the courts by the Justice Department regarding the Hunter Biden probe.”
Tom Fitton, president of the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, was called to testify before the grand jury that indicted Mr. Trump over his post-election actions.
Mr. Fitton, who consulted with Mr. Trump following the election, said he testified to the grand jury about his concerns in 2020 when it was reported that a group of top government officials, including Democrat John Podesta, participated in a project called the Transition Integrity Project. The participants played out 2020 election scenarios that would keep Mr. Trump out of office.