Barr Takes Aim at Russian Hoax

By John Fredericks 

U.S. Attorney General William P. Barr has seen enough of the phony FISA warrants and fake Trump Russian collusion $35 million hoax witch-hunt by former special counsel Robert Mueller. 

It’s high time to investigate the investigators. 

He read Mueller’s 448-page report exonerating President Trump, and now Barr wants to get to the bottom of its origins. 

Barr tapped John H. Durham, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut to investigate the genesis of the FBI’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. 

Durham’s selection was first broke by the New York Times, and The Washington Post reported that a person familiar with the decision said the review is designed to investigate if the U.S. government’s “intelligence collection activities” related to the Trump campaign “were lawful and appropriate.”

This is the second step to uncovering the Obama Justice Department’s spy-gate initiative of candidate Donald Trump and his 2015-16 campaign for President. 

Barr has already publicly stated “spying” occurred at the campaign, and spy warrants on Trump’s allies may have been obtained by providing FISA court judges with paid opposition research from the DNC and the Clinton campaign, masquerading as authentic U.S. Intelligence. 

Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz’ full report is due out in late May or early June. The results will shed light on the extent of the FBI’s involvement with the Trump tower wire-tapping caper and how it was justified. 

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