With several investigations into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s corruption already yielding results, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton warns that a “tsunami of information” is set to expose even more corruption from the Deep State.
On Tuesday, Fitton tweeted that even more corruption scandals from the Obama administration are about to be released, noting that the Justice Department handed over 1.2 million documents to Congress as part of the Congressional probe into DOJ corruption prior to the 2016 presidential election.
During his interview on Fox News with host Sean Hannity, Fitton said he believed a surprising number of corruption scandals involving both Obama and Clinton were going to be exposed to the American people.
“We have the court ruling that the Clinton emails need to be released more quickly. So, we’re going to get all these Clinton emails that she tried to hide or delete … And then we had the court just yesterday talk about how [we] want the Comey memos, because he wants to review the Comey memos, which are the genesis of the Mueller operation […] Now we are going to find out more details about the FISA, the intelligence surveillance abuses.”
Fitton detailed a host of developments in recent weeks that federal agencies have launched new investigations into Clinton, the Trump-Russia dossier, and cover-ups under the Obama administration.
“Americans have a right know the full facts about former FBI Director James Comey’s unclassified memos regarding his conversations with President Trump and his aides prior to his firing,” said Daily Caller co-founder Neil Patel, who spoke with Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton about the lawsuit that was filed in September.
Patel added: “And the FBI must be required to honor the Freedom of Information Act.”
Comey’s memos triggered the appointment of Robert Mueller as Special Counsel, as Democrats contended that Trump may have tried to obstruct justice by interfering with the Russia investigation.
Judicial Watch’s major victory not only ensures transparency into whether Comey broke the law, it also follows several other major wins for Trump and Republicans in their quest to fully expose the dossier.
The Republican Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Chuck Grassley and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, also called on the Justice Department to investigate or appoint a second special counsel to analyze the slanderous claims in the “dirty dossier.”
With Republicans ramping up efforts to expose the utterly baseless dossier, reports confirming Obama’s FBI used the hit piece to spy on Trump’s campaign, and now Comey’s memos being handed over to the courts – that is a major win for transparency pushing back against the Deep State.