July 21, 2020
“They were concerned that the FBI’s counter-intelligence briefing of the White House would expose their spy operation against Trump, Flynn and others,” Fitton explains in last week’s Weekly Update.
Newly released documents pertaining to the FBI’s January 2017 Counter-Intelligence Briefing to the President detail a “frantic exchange” of emails just hours before the briefing. The emails document what Fitton believes to be evidence that FBI Agent Peter Strzok was “concerned that the FBI’s counter-intelligence briefing of the White House would expose their spy operation against Trump, Flynn and others.”
In FItton’s words, the emails prove that president Trump was targeted “the minute he walked into the Oval Office.” Disconcerting, in Fitton’s view, is the fact that this information could have been known over two years ago. These documents are in fact part of an 8,000 page set of records which were released on the FBI’s “slow-rolled” pace of “processing” 500 pages a month. “This means we won’t get all of the emails and other documents that have a right to under law until the end of 2021,” Fitton concludes.
“So what else is out there?” Fitton exclaims. “If I were President Trump I’d bring in the FBI and the Justice Department and I’d say ‘release all these records’.” It’s time to get the full story on the FBI’s corruption, especially as it relates to CrossFire Hurricane, Because No One Is Above The Law! Support Judicial Watch today, and support the fight for justice and transparency in government.