FBI Director Chris Wray tried to prevent President Trump from releasing a pile of Russia collusion hoax documents before leaving office but he failed.
If you want to know just how corrupt Wray is, consider the fact that Biden is letting him keep his job. That should tell you all you need to know.
The pile of documents slated for release is one foot thick. Who knows what is in there but John Durham can’t sit on the truth after their release.
Unless I miss my guess, there are at least a few documents that will implicate top officials at the FBI and DOJ that will reveal who committed what crimes.
It should especially reveal what the Mueller team did, but that is nothing more than speculation on my part.
There has to be a reason why Wray fought so hard to hide the documents. But one thing we know for sure is that the material clears Trump entirely.
President Trump did allow for some light redactions but there are no wholesale redactions of complete pages like in the past.
The release of these documents will absolve Trump of all fake collusion charges from China’s good buddies in the Democratic party.
John Solomon reported on Just The News that the documents will include an FBI memo outlining interviews agents did with dossier author Christopher Steele.
Just the News has already reported the materials include an FBI memo summarizing an interview agents did in fall 2017 with anti-Trump dossier author Christopher Steele, in which he acknowledged his motives for leaking the Russia collusion narrative during the 2016 U.S. election as well as tasking orders for another confidential human source to spy on the Trump campaign by posing as someone seeking a job.
“As part of the iterative process of the declassification review, under a cover letter dated January 17, 2021, the Federal Bureau of Investigation noted its continuing objection to any further declassification of the materials in the binder and also, on the basis of a review that included Intelligence Community equities, identified the passages that it believed it was most crucial to keep from public disclosure. I have determined to accept the redactions proposed for continued classification by the FBI in that January 17 submission,” Trump said in a memo.
“I hereby declassify the remaining materials in the binder. This is my final determination under the declassification review and I have directed the Attorney General to implement the redactions proposed in the FBI’s January 17 submission and return to the White House an appropriately redacted copy.”