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Here’s the bombshell folks!
President Trump went on Lou Dobbs and did not hold back, saying “We caught Obama and Biden spying on the campaign!”
Not only that but he continued by saying “I’ve seen some of the results of the investigation and it’s breathtaking what they’ve found.”
Then he broke the news that they were caught spying both before and afterwards!
Oh by the way, this is HIGHLY ILLEGAL and treasonous.
It’s all right here, please listen and enjoy:
Here's more on the story, from The BL:
President Donald Trump said Tuesday, Aug. 4, that he believes the Justice Department has uncovered “breathtaking” evidence of misconduct during its investigation into the origins of the Russia probe.
“I do hear it is breathtaking what they found. That’s all I can say, breathtaking. And hopefully it will come out soon. But it is beyond what anybody ever thought even possible,” the president told Fox Business host Lou Dobbs when asked about the issue during an interview.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr assigned United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut John Durham to be the special prosecutor for reviewing the FBI and DOJ’s conduct in the Russia investigation.
President Trump said he didn’t want to “get overly involved” in the process but expects results to be released soon.
During the hearing last week before the House Judiciary Committee, Barr said Durham’s investigation won’t trigger a Justice Department policy against interference in the 2020 presidential race, so results could be released in the weeks leading up to the November election.
When asked by Rep. Debbie Murcasel-Powell (D-Fla.) whether he would commit to not releasing a report from Durham between now and November, the attorney declined.
“No,” Barr responded.
“So you won’t go by Department of Justice policy that you won’t interfere in any political investigation before the November election?” Mucarsel-Powell asked.
“We won’t interfere,” Barr said. “In fact, I made it clear I’m not going to tolerate it.”
In an interview last month with Fox Business Network, Barr suggested the CCP Virus (coronavirus) pandemic had complicated Durham’s work.
“In terms of the future of Durham’s investigation, he’s pressing ahead as hard as he can, and I expect that we will have some developments, hopefully before the end of the summer,” Barr said.
In May, Barr said Durham’s report would not lead to a criminal indictments of top Democratic figures like former President Barack Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden—the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
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Here is the full Lou Dobbs interview:
More discussion from my friend Daniel:
But the story doesn't end there.
From Fox News, here is more on James Comey "going rogue":
Former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that when the FBI interviewed then-incoming national security adviser Michael Flynn in January 2017, it was done without her authorization, and that she was upset when she found out about it.
Committee chairman Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., asked Yates about the circumstances surrounding the interview, particularly the actions of then-FBI Director James Comey.
SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM ON FBI USE OF DISCREDITED STEELE DOSSIER, QUESTIONS FOR SALLY YATES
"I was upset that Director Comey didn't coordinate that with us and acted unilaterally," Yates said.
"Did Comey go rogue?" Graham asked.
"You could use that term, yes," Yates agreed.
Yates said she also took issue with Comey for not telling her that Flynn's communications with then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak were being investigated and that she first learned about this from President Barack Obama during an Oval Office meeting. Yates said she was "irritated" with Comey for not telling her about this earlier.
That meeting, which took place on Jan. 5, 2017, was of great interest to Graham, who wanted to know why Obama knew about Flynn's conversations before she did. Graham and other Republicans have speculated that Obama wanted Flynn investigated for nefarious purposes. Yates claimed that this was not the case, and explained why Obama was aware of the calls at the time.
Yates said that after Obama placed sanctions on Russia, the Kremlin vowed to take retaliatory action, only to suddenly change course. She said Obama wanted to find out why, which led to the Justice Department discovering Flynn's talks with Kislyak.
Those discussions included a conversation about sanctions that Obama had placed on Russia, with Flynn encouraging Russia not to retaliate too harshly because the incoming Trump administration would be different from Obama's.
"The purpose of this meeting was for the president to find out whether – based on the calls between Ambassador Kislyak and Gen. Flynn – the transition team needed to be careful about what it was sharing with Gen. Flynn," Yates said, noting that the meeting was not about influencing an investigation, which "would have set off alarms for me."
Handwritten notes from then-FBI agent Peter Strzok indicated that Joe Biden, who was vice president at the time, may have mentioned the Logan Act at the Jan. 5 meeting. The Logan Act is a 1799 law that prohibits unauthorized American citizens from communicating with foreign governments or officials "in relation to any disputes or controversies with the United States, or to defeat the measures of the United States." It has never been used to successfully prosecute anyone.
When asked if Biden mentioned the Logan Act, Yates said she could not recall. She did say that Comey spoke about the Logan Act, but that she did not remember if he said this during the Oval Office meeting or in a conversation afterward.
Speaking further on the Flynn investigation, Yates said she supported the probe. She also supported Flynn's prosecution for providing false statements to the FBI, stating that Flynn's lies were "absolutely material" to the investigation. She said that the Justice Department's decision to dismiss Flynn's case was "highly irregular," and that in her nearly 30 years as a federal prosecutor she had "never seen" anything like it.