Sunday, December 8, 2019

US Inspector General Report On Russia Probe To Be Made Public Tomorrow

The Hill: Horowitz investigation expected to find Russia probe valid, but flawed: report

An investigation by the Justice Department's internal watchdog is expected to find that the FBI’s Russia probe was valid but flawed, The Associated Press reported Sunday.

Inspector General Michael Horowitz's report, which is scheduled to be released on Monday, is anticipated to counter President Trump’s claims that the FBI investigation into Russian election interference and his 2016 campaign’s alleged connections to Moscow was unfounded, according to the AP.

But the inspector general's investigation will reportedly note that errors made during the FBI probe, upon which the president may seize.

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WNU Editor: The person who is the responsible for this investigation is not optimistic that this Department of Justice Inspector General's report will be telling the full story .... Carter Page: Horowitz report will only tell 'part of the story' (The Hill). More here .... Carter Page, on eve of DOJ IG report, says findings will only tell 'part' of the story (FOX News). I think Carter Page is right .... there must be a lot of information that they will want to keep classified and not released to the public. The US Attorney General also has some reservations .... Bill Barr's Reservations About the IG Report (RCP). As to what's my take. The IG report will focused on FISA irregularities, and the role that the FBI played. We also now know that the Trump campaign was under surveillance, and that President Trump's claims that he was being "spied on" are true. There is also now a full fledged criminal investigation into potential FBI and Justice Department misconduct in the run-up to the 2016 election by U.S. Attorney John Durham. I expect this IG report is going to illuminate the reasons why Durham's probe has become a criminal inquiry. What I am also looking forward to is Inspector General Michael Horowitz's testimony to Congress on Wednesday. My gut tells me that if this hearing is open to the public, we are going to get answers to questions that many of us have been waiting for a very long time.

More News On US Inspector General's Report On Russia Probe To Be Made Public Tomorrow

Watchdog expected to find Russia probe valid, despite flaws -- AP
DOJ inspector general, set to release major report on FBI's Russia investigation, spent years prosecuting corrupt officials -- USA Today
Inspector General Horowitz's Report Likely to Damage Comey, Frustrate Trump, Pressure Barr's Handpicked Successor -- Newsweek
Five things to watch in Russia probe review -- The Hill


Anonymous said...

Al Green(D) has said a discussion about slavery has to be part of impeachment.

Nadler (D) has said that motives not acts are sufficient to impeach a president.

Democrats have gone stark raving mad.

Anonymous said...

Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) said if President Donald Trump was acquitted in an impeachment Senate trial, he does not know if the 2020 presidential election will be a fair election.

Host Chuck Todd asked, “Let me ask this, if he is acquitted, do you think we’ll have a fair election in 2020?”

Nadler said, “I don’t know. The president, based on his past performs performance will do everything he can to make it not a fair election, and that is part of what gives us urgency to proceed with this impeachment.”

So Capt. Nads is saying if people do not go along with impeachment, then he fears the election will be stolen.

We really do need impeachment. We need to impeach around 100 to 200 Democrat Reps for being crazy.