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The Glaring Problem With The DOJ Approval Of A “Speical Master”


Whatever happened to objectivity?

President Trump requested a special master to review the contents of the property stolen by the Department of Justice and their thugs in the F.B.I. because he doesn’t trust any of them.

It should go without saying that he has every reason to distrust these people after every single thing they have done over the last 6 years.

For some unknown reason, President Trump has decided to nominate Raymond J. Dearie as his pick for the special master to review the allegedly classified material…

The DOJ suggested its own picks in response but ultimately stated that Dearie would make a fine choice…

Of course, they would approve of Dearie—he signed the dotted line on the bogus FISA warrant against Carter Page.

So why did President Trump suggest this guy as his pick for a special master? Is he playing some sort of 4-dimensional chess to showcase the blatant corruption of the system?

Is this simply a massive failure on his team’s part to correctly vet the person they were suggesting?

It is clear to me that the DOJ approved this guy only due to the fact that he has made compromised decisions to benefit the establishment before…

Take a look:


The Epoch Times reports:

In a four-page court filing (pdf) on Monday evening, the Justice Department said that Trump nominee Raymond J. Dearie would be an acceptable choice for an independent arbiter of the seized documents.

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The DOJ also named their two preferred nominees Barbara Jones and Thomas Griffith.


Becker News writes:

The “model judge,” however, may have arguably displayed at least one error in judgment, according to a Department of Justice case review.

In the DOJ’s Inspector General report on the FBI’s ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ operation, revised edition in December 2019, the IG report notes that the discredited Steele dossier, a Clinton campaign opposition research dump, was used to justify the “sensitive and intrusive” surveillance of Trump adviser Carter Page during the 2016 election.


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