I know sometimes it feels like “nothing is happening”.
I feel it sometimes.
And I know you feel it because I read all your emails and comments.
But rest assured folks, things are most definitely happening.
We’ve seen Jussie Smollett indicted, the CPL Avenatti found guilty on all counts, the Roger Stone case under new management, Michael Flynn case under new management….and that was all just last week!
And now comes word from Sara Carter appearing on Hannity’s show that there is so much more happening behind the scenes that we can’t see.
A “huge investigation” that Carter says will soon “rock their worlds”.
Watch it here:
Investigative reporter Sarah Carter said Friday it will be hard to defend against flimsy investigations and violations of civil liberties if Connecticut federal prosecutor John Durham's probe into the origins of the Russia investigation doesn't result in strong indictments.
Carter told "Hannity" that the known facts should help defend against a repeat of the FBI actions that ensnared former Trump campaign associate Carter Page and others during the 2016 campaign.
"The important thing to remember here is that even though Attorney General William Barr is going to have all of these new rules in place in an effort to avoid this happening in the future, I talked to sources today: Former senior FBI officials that say if there aren't indictments -- if people don't actually pay the price for what happened here -- which was an attempted coup, basically, on the president of the United States, and also just destroying the civil liberties of an American citizen, Carter Page, then what's going to stop the next person?" she told host Sean Hannity.
Hannity said Hillary Clinton "bought and paid for" the unverified dossier that served as the bureau's basis for obtaining a warrant to spy on Page, claiming that the file was "premeditated fraud" on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, commonly known as the FISA Court
Carter agreed, remarking that a future attorney general could and would approve a similar application to the one presented to the FISA Court.
In addition, Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz said the congressionally-established court should be "reshuffled."