A bombshell report from the Department of Justice Inspector General’s office is about to change everything we know about the so-called “Deep State” and President Donald Trump.
And it all starts at former FBI Director James Comey’s desk.
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According to Real Clear Investigations, Comey reportedly had an insider feeding him secret information on Trump and White House aides in 2017 — and his actions may have been illegal.
The discovery of this alleged mole, who was later hired by media outlet Buzzfeed to work on the debunked Steele dossier after his time in the White House, is tied to an investigation by Inspector General Michael Horowitz, The Washington Examiner reported.
Two top U.S. officials that have been briefed on the inspector general’s findings say Comey was “running a covert operation against” Trump while serving as FBI director.
Comey’s secret “resistance” war began around the time Trump was inaugurated.
Additionally, suspicious text messages between high-level FBI agents and other reported communication indicates that Comey was operating an unauthorized “counterintelligence assessment” during their first private meeting.
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“Comey’s meeting with Trump took place one day after the FBI director met in the Oval Office with President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden to discuss how to brief Trump — a meeting attended by National Security Adviser Susan Rice, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates and National Intelligence Director James Clapper, who would soon go to work for CNN,” Real Clear Investigations reported.
This bombshell new evidence could mean legal trouble for Comey.
He told Congress twice, while under oath, that he never investigated Trump or the White House. He also told the president that the White House was not the subject of an FBI investigation.
The inspector general may have proof Comey had an unauthorized spy feeding him information about the inner workings of the White House, while also conducting secret “counterintelligence” moves against the president.
“They were hoping to surveil him incidentally, and they were trying to make a case on him,” former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy told Real Clear Investigations. “The real reason Comey did not want to repeat publicly the assurances he made to Trump privately is that these assurances were misleading. The FBI strung Trump along, telling him he was not a suspect while structuring the investigation in accordance with the reality that Trump was the main subject.”
House Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Devin Nunes says it was all part of a plan to stop Trump’s presidency — what the White House has called the “Deep State.”
“You have the culmination of the ultimate spying, where you have the FBI director spying on the president, taking notes [and] illegally leaking those notes of classified information,” Nunes said.
Horowitz’ findings are set to be released to the public sometime this fall.
And it could result in Comey being thrown in jail.
The Horn editorial team