One of the reasons the media isn’t reporting on the investigation into the Trump/Russia Mueller Report is that the media helped the intel agencies in a big way. They are complicit in this!

North Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Meadows told Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Futures that he expects criminal referrals in FBI abuse of the surveillance courts during the sham investigation into Trump/Russia collusion:

“We’re fully anticipating that the report will come out as Attorney General Barr said in the next four to six weeks, and I think it’s highly likely that we’ll see criminal referrals coming from them that will correspond with what Chairman  Nunes has already put forth.”

Meadows said the Justice Department’s Inspector General Horowitz will focus on FBI leaks to the media.  The FBI would leak information to the media then turn around and use those stories to justify more investigations:

“So what we would find is people within the Department of Justice, primarily the FBI, would actually give information to the media, then those reports would actually come out and they would say ‘wow, we have these reports now,’ and then they would take the actual reports and use those as the probable cause to do a further investigation.”

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The IG (Inspector General) report is expected to be released in May or June. The investigation was opened last March to look into whether the intel agencies complied with “legal requirements” to get a FISA warrant against President Trump adviser Carter Page.

Meadows and Rep. Jim Jordan met with Horowitz last week and expect the report to be released will implicate those who leaked to the media and others involved in the corrupt investigation into President Trump.

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