WASHINGTON: In a hearing before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Inspector General Michael Horowitz was asked if federal agents doctored witness interviews – known as 302 reports. Horowitz has been tasked with investigating Obama’s Klanish Justice Department, where no bias could possibly exist.
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) told IG Horowitz:
“There is growing evidence that 302s were edited and changed… to either prosecute or not prosecute individuals and that is very troubling.”
To his credit, Horowitz admitted there might be some problems with the thoroughness of his report:
“We have been getting those kinds of referrals and as often happens when we issue reports like this, we get other information coming to us and we are intending to follow up on that.”
Rep. Meadows also revealed that at least three additional FBI staffers were among the cabal of top FBI officials engaged in Trump trash-talk along with agency lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
FBI Lovebirds Agents Strzok and Page
Just in case you’ve forgotten, Agent Strzok was a lead FBI investigator in both the Clinton email and Trump/Russia collusion “counterintelligence” investigations.
Here’s a short text-message exchange between the G-Girl and her G-Man:
“[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!”
“No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it.”
Congressman Meadows asked Horowitz to reveal the identities of two additional FBI agents among the anti-Trump cabal. In Horowitz’s report they are “FBI Attorney One” and “FBI Attorney Two”:
“You said they [the FBI] did not want that [their names] divulged because they actually worked in counter intelligence. Is that correct?”
“That’s correct. That’s what we were told by the FBI.”
“But you know who the people are?”
“And I’d say, based on your report, I know who they are. And what I guess I’m concerned about… you know that they don’t work for the counter-intelligence division.”
Horowitz was evasive at first but eventually admitted the FBI attorneys One and Two were part of the Strzok/Page cabal.
“But you had a dialogue [instant message] between FBI Attorney One and FBI Attorney Two?”
Meadows pointed out that these attorneys do not work in the FBI’s Counter Intelligence Division but the Office of General Counsel.
They don’t work in counterintelligence. I mean, if that’s the reason the FBI is giving [for redacting their names], they’re giving you false information because they work for the general counsel.”
Horowitz had no legitimate explanation as to why he concealed the agent’s names. And so, the Inspector General for the Justice Department admitted:
“I just want to reassure you and the committee, I’m here to let you know what we’re being told by the FBI as [to] their concerns… it is their interests that need to be articulated to the committee.”
And you thought Congress was the body whose “interests” were of supreme importance under the U.S. Constitution.
So, you ask, what did FBI Attorney One say regarding the Clinton email investigation?
In an instant-message communication over FBINet, FBI Attorney One told an unidentified “FBI Employee,”
“I’m done interviewing the President…”
FBI Employee confusion,
“You interviewed the president?”
FBI Attorney One explanation,
“You know – HRC [Hillary Rodham Clinton] … future pres … Trump can’t win … demographics don’t line up … America has changed.”
And then there is this soliloquy from FBI Attorney 2 to another unidentified agency staffer dated November 9, 2016 – the day after Trump’s presidential victory:
“I just can’t imagine the systematic disassembly of the progress we made over the last 8 years. ACA [Obamacare] is gone. Who knows if the rhetoric about deporting people, walls, and crap is true. I honestly feel like there is going to be a lot more gun issues, too, the crazies won finally. This is the tea party on steroids. And the GOP is going to be lost, they have to deal with an incumbent in 4 years. We have to fight this again. Also, [Vice President Mike] Pence is stupid.”
A short history of the U.S. Department of Justice
Democrats and the Klu Klux Klan
At the end of America’s Civil War, Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, a man who described himself as “always a strong States Rights Democrat,” joined the Ku Klux Klan in 1867.
Shortly thereafter, he became the Klan’s first Grand Wizard.
As historians, Joshua Horwitz and Casey Anderson observed in their book “Guns, Democracy, and the Insurrectionist idea”:
“The Klan and other groups committed to violence… served as the armed wing of the Democratic Party, and their role was to force the former slaves and their allies [Republicans] out of the political process through violence and intimidation.”
It should come as no surprise, therefore, that Forrest served as a delegate representing Tennessee at the Democratic National Convention of 1868.
The U.S. Justice Department’s first job
What many Americans forget is that Republican President Ulysses S. Grant, who as Abraham Lincoln’s leading military leader forced Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s surrender at Appomattox, formed, along with Congress, the U.S. Justice Department in 1870.
It was specifically tasked with battling the Klan.
In the year 1871 alone, the Justice Department indicted 3,000 Klansmen for acts of violence against blacks and Republican politicians, winning 600 convictions.
By 1873, the Klan was decimated.
Today, the Justice Department has become, like the Klan of old, the paramilitary wing of the Democratic Party. It has boldly moved beyond suppressing voters and now attempts to overturn a national presidential election.
Like Klansmen, who hide their faces under white hoods, the Justice Department continues to mask the names of its “counterintelligence” operatives against President Trump from congressional investigators by redacting their names from subpoenaed documents.
And, irony of ironies, these despicable Klan-like actions occurred under the administration of the nation’s first black president.
But, in the end, he is a product, like the Klan, of the Democrat party.
Top Image: Inspector General Michael Horowitz testifies before Congress. C-SPAN screen grab.