A very good question / premise now being raised by more and more as millions of Americans watch the Deep State once again claim innocence in the face of mounting evidence it has been anything but as it attempted to overthrow a duly elected President of the United States and nullify the results of the 2016 Election.

Via Legal Insurrection:

“The report of DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz on the FBI investigation of the Trump campaign was as expected.

As with his prior report on FBI Director James Comey’s leaking of information, Horowitz provided a headline version allowing Comey and others to declare exoneration because no criminal referral, while the details were devastating.

As John Solomon catalogs, Just how bad was the FBI’s Russia FISA? 51 violations and 9 false statements:

To understand just how shoddy the FBI’s work was in securing a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant targeting the Trump campaign, you only need to read an obscure attachment to Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report.

Appendix 1 identifies the total violations by the FBI of the so-called Woods Procedures, the process by which the bureau verifies information and assures the FISA court its evidence is true.

The Appendix identifies a total of 51 Woods procedure violations from the FISA application the FBI submitted to the court authorizing surveillance of former Trump campaign aide Carter Page starting in October 2016.

A whopping nine of those violations fell into the category called: “Supporting document shows that the factual assertion is
inaccurate.”

For those who don’t speak IG parlance, it means the FBI made nine false assertions to the FISA court. In short, what the bureau said was contradicted by the evidence in its official file.

Solomon then makes the key point:

To put that in perspective, former Trump aides Mike Flynn and George Papadopoulos were convicted of making single false statements to the bureau. One went to jail already, and the other awaits sentencing.

The FBI made nine false statements to the court.

So the question is:

If you were as deceptive with the FBI, as the FBI was with the FISA court, how quickly would you be charged?

The answer is: Pretty damn fast, and pretty damn hard.

Hopefully the statements issued by John Durham and Bill Barr reflect that the FBI officials behind this will be treated the way the FBI treats others.

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The FBI was on a mission to destroy the Trump campaign. Period. End of story.

American voters can, for now, take some solace in the fact that both Attorney General William Barr and U.S. Attorney John Durham were very quick in stating the IG report is hardly the last word on the long list of potential crimes committed by Deep State operatives against the Trump campaign in 2016 and beyond.

Americans are now rightfully demanding justice. Let us pray there are still good people in D.C. willing to provide it.

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