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TIPSHEET: Trump’s Acquittal, IOWA and More Strzok-Page Emails

Judicial Watch Statement on the Acquittal of President Donald Trump

Congratulations to President Trump on the overwhelming vote by the U.S. Senate to acquit him and reject the baseless impeachment charges against him. Thankfully, the U.S. Senate rejected this act of tyranny by the Pelosi-Schiff coup cabal that controls the House of Representatives. Today is “Vindication Day” for the President, the rule of law and the Constitution. Read more.

Deep Dive: The Clinton-Affiliated FBI Officials Who Prosecuted Rep. Hunter

New documents obtained by Judicial Watch have raised deep concerns about the FBI’s prosecution of Rep. Duncan Hunter. Mr. Hunter has been charged with “60 separate accounts related to the misuse of campaign funds… an indication that something is up” Fitton states. Guilty or not, the obtained documents suggest the officials prosecuting the conservative congressman were “registered Democrats” and “Clinton supporters,” who attended a Clinton campaign event in 2015, Fitton affirms. Read more.

Judicial Watch: Emails Show Involvement of Peter Strzok and Lisa Page in Launching of Crossfire Hurricane

The records also show additional “confirmed classified emails” were found on Hillary Clinton’s unsecure non-state.gov email server “beyond the number presented” in then-FBI Director James Comey’s statements; Strzok and Page questioning the access the Department of Justice was granting Clinton’s lawyers; and Page revealing that the DOJ was making edits to FBI 302s (summaries of interviews) related to the Clinton investigation, also known as Midyear Exam (MYE). The emails detail a discussion about “squashing” an issue related to the Seth Rich controversy. Read more.

U.S. to Spend $700,000 on Eswatini’s “National Condom Strategy”

The U.S. government will spend more than half a million dollars to provide residents of a tiny, poverty-stricken African nation with condoms. The money, $700,000, will help fund a National Condom Strategy launched by the Ministry of Health in Eswatini, a landlocked south African country smaller than New Jersey. Until recently Eswatini was known as Swaziland but its tyrannical ruler, King Mswati III, changed it so the country could break with its colonial past. Read more.

Must Read 

Iowa Secretary of State, Judicial Watch Spar Over Claim of Voter Over-Registration – The Epoch Times

JW President Tom Fitton fired back in a Feb. 3 statement: “It is shameful that the secretary of state of Iowa would mislead Iowans and Americans about the accuracy of the state’s registration rolls.” Read more.

 

WashPost Tries to Stop Fake News, Becomes Part of the Problem – RealClear Politics

For now, Judicial Watch is standing by its figures. And given the different methodologies involved, a more sophisticated look at the numbers would be required to declare whose numbers are wrong and whose are right. It’s also worth noting both Kentucky and California didn’t contest the accuracy of Judicial Watch’s voter data in federal lawsuits brought against them last year. Read more.

 

FITTON: Judicial Watch stands by numbers regarding Iowa voter registration concerns – The Iowa Standard

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton put out a tweet over the weekend that said eight Iowa counties have more voter registrations than citizens old enough to register. On Monday, the organization issued a press release talking about the issue. Read more.

 

Must Watch

Vindication Day — For President Trump, the Constitution & the Rule of Law!
The Anti-Trump Coup Cabal is COVERING for Joe Biden on Ukraine/Burisma Connections
UPDATE: Does Iowa Need to Clean Up its Voter Rolls? Judicial Watch Fact Check!