Former President Barack Obama has just four days left before the world knows about his involvement in illegal wiretap controversy that marred the 2016 presidential election.
And that’s very bad news for Obama and his political loyalists.
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On Friday, Oct. 18 the Inspector General report on the FISA wiretap against President Donald Trump’s campaign will be released — and it’s “as thick as a telephone book” and includes findings on “more than just FISA abuse.”
“We’re expecting it to show exactly what we’ve been concerned about for a long time,” Rep. Doug Collins, R-G.A., told Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo.
“There were issues at [Obama’s] Department of Justice and their FISA warrant,” Collins said. “And you know how I know this? Because the Democrats wanted nothing to do with investigating the real collusion and corruption during the 2016 presidential election.”
Inspect General Michael Horowitz announced last month the report was being finalized.
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If the IG investigation found evidence Obama committed a crime — which critics have long suspected — the American people only have days to wait.
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The DOJ IG Report will be out this Friday and covers 'MORE than just FISA abuse'
"It’s as thick as a telephone book."
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 13, 2019
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