FBI And DOJ On The Run.

 Robert Massimi.
CRIMINAL ENTERPRISES FBI AND DOJ once again on hot seat as it was revealed the biased leveled against Trump, who by the way, has unemployment at the lowest levels in years. Black and Latino unemployment at all time lows. Liberals running out excuses, liberal FBI and DOJ trying to prosecute Trump for no reason.
Instead of looking at the real criminals, they pursue Trump. These two yo-yo s should be out of a job, but Mueller and the rest protect there own.
We want the memo released post haste, there is no reason not too. It does not compromise our safety, it does not endanger national security so let’s cut the bull shit and find out what these criminals now have done.
I think they wiretapped Trumps campaign, I think Obama ordered it, I think our government is full of shit and was biased toward Hilary, a fellow criminal. I think the American people should rise up and demand answers, demand that the U.S. Government cut the crap and come clean for once.

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Trump poised for clash with DOJ over classified memo

The fight over the release of a classified memo alleging FBI misconduct has set up a potentially bitter clash between President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: If there’s no wall, there’s no DACA fixTrump appears to call out Samsung over missing FBI text messagesTrump Commerce pick told lawmakers he would look at reversing Obama move on internet oversight: report MORE and the Justice Department.

Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd — a Trump appointee — wrote in a letter to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin NunesDevin Gerald NunesHouse Freedom Caucus lobbied Trump for help in releasing FBI memo: reportOvernight Tech: Dems push Facebook, Twitter to investigate Russian bots | Record lobbying year for tech | Uber hires chief diversity officer | Feds probe Tesla autopilot crashOvernight Cybersecurity: Mueller interviewed Sessions in Russia probe | Comey met investigators last year | Dems demand social media firms probe Russian bots | Missing FBI text messages anger RepublicansMORE (R-Calif.) that releasing the memo publicly would be “extraordinarily reckless” and endanger national security.

If the Intelligence Committee votes to release the four-page memo, which could happen early as early as next week, Trump would have an opportunity to veto the decision.

But the White House has signaled tacit support for the move and it’s widely expected that the president, who has previously claimed that the Obama administration “wiretapped” his campaign, will permit the release of the document.

Allowing the committee’s memo to become public unimpeded would be a slap in the face to the Department of Justice at a time when Trump’s efforts to influence its activity are under intense scrutiny.

Special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probeMORE is believed to be homing in on whether Trump obstructed justice by “fighting back” against the investigation into his campaign’s ties to Russia. Meanwhile, a recent drumbeat of headlines have highlighted interactions between the president and Justice officials considered an unusual breach of the historical firewall between the department and the White House.

The stakes are just as high for Nunes, who has faced allegations from Democrats of ginning up the controversy over “unmasking” to provide cover for Trump’s wiretapping claims. The memo, they say, is part of a broad partisan effort to discredit the FBI, and by extension, Mueller.

The committee voted on party lines last week to make the memo, drafted by Nunes and his staff, available to the entire House. At least publicly, Nunes has not committed to a vote on making the document available to the public.

But backing away would carry its own set of political risks for the embattled chairman. Conservatives are clamoring for the release of the memo, calls that escalated after the news that the FBI lost five months of text messages between a pair of FBI employees once assigned to the investigation into the Trump campaign.

The bureau blamed a technical glitch and the Justice Department inspector general has since recovered the missing texts using forensic tools.

Author: nobullwithragingrobert

Was a drama critic at Manhattan College. Wrote professionally for Bergen News, Sun Bulletin . Alpha Sigma Lambda, Beta Theta. Has seen over 600 shows worldwide, has published both on Theater and Politics. Avid reader on many subjects and writers. Chief Drama critic for Metropolitan magazine. Writes for Jerrick media, American conservative, The City Journal and Reason magazine. Has produced shows both on and off Broadway.

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