Joe diGenova joins Sean Hannity, Gregg Jarrett, and Sara Carter to give updates on the investigation into corruption by the intel agencies…The bottom line is that we need a grand jury investigation in order to clean out the corruption within the intel agencies.i looks like the dam is breaking and that frustrated intel employees are coming forward (see below).
This is why the left is in a frenzy right now…
Congress obtained notes of Weissman who is now on Mueller’s team exposing the fact that he’s involved in the spying on Trump. Bruce and Nellie Ohr’s connection to Weissman is being investigated.
The big bombshell is that Rod Rosenstein is currently under Investigation for FISA Warrant! Committing fraud is fairly obvious here according to Joe DiGenova.
“We cannot trust the department under Rosenstein.” – Joe diGenova
DiGenova continues to say, “we have a mess of epic proportions”.
DiGenova points to Rep. Mark Meadows for his pursuit of this information. He says that this is dangerous to the country and that we need to demand a federal investigation on everything done before and after the election to try and thwart an election.
Jarrett comments that this evidence will “stun the American people”.
OIG’S INVESTIGATION OF FISA:
Bring on the GRAND JURY! CLEAN HOUSE!
Forbidden Knowledge reports:
Two Federal Agents, Robert Corona and Joshua Macias have announced on Ann Vandersteel’s YourVoiceAmerica show, that a coalition of 119 (and growing) US intelligence workers from the FBI, the DOJ, the IRS, the Department of Defense, the Office of Naval Intelligence, the CIA, the National Security Agency, the National Security Council and other organizations, including former Federal Judges are launching two public websites later this week, VoterTruth.com and ReportforthePresident.com, with official documents and information that should turn the tables on the Mueller Investigation and reveal criminality on the part of former Obama Administration officials.
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MORE FROM NSA WHISTEL BLOWER WILLIAM BINNEY:
The filmmaker Laura Poitras profiles William Binney, a 32-year veteran of the National Security Agency who helped design a top-secret program he says is broadly collecting Americans’ personal data.