Despite the IRS debacle being behind us, new information continues to surface about the Democrat-orchestrated Russian “collusion” fraud, which was designed to delegitimize Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and ultimately his presidency. According to a report by Just the News on Wednesday, the most damning fresh evidence yet has emerged; particularly for the Department of Justice:
According to interviews and documents, the U.S. Department of Justice raised privacy issues in the final hours of the Trump administration in an attempt to prevent hundreds of pages of documents from being released, which had been declassified by Donald Trump to expose FBI abuses during the Russia collusion investigation, and defied a subsequent order to release them after redactions were made.
“The previously unknown narrative of how the highly anticipated declassified information never became public is revealed in a memo that was written by then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows only hours before Trump departed office on Jan. 20, 2021, and obtained by Just the News from the National Archives.”
On Jan. 19, 2021, President Trump declassified hundreds of pages of highly sensitive FBI documents that reveal how the bureau used FISA warrants and informants to spy on the Trump campaign. Furthermore, the papers show how the Justice Department misled both a federal court and Congress about apparent inconsistencies in the evidence it presented to get approval for the probe.
Afterward, a slew of congressional hearings and the nothingburger Mueller investigation uncovered no proof of collaboration; however, investigators did discover that the FBI had broken procedures and misled the FISA court in an effort to continue the investigation — even though Trump lawfully declassified the papers and told the DOJ to publish them through Mark Meadows.