JW President Tom Fitton Exposes ANOTHER Dossier on Trump: 'DOJ & FBI are in cover-up mode'


According to the Guardian, a “second Trump-Russia dossier” has been turned over to the FBI. It was compiled by Cody Shearer, who the Guardian identifies as a “a controversial political activist and former journalist who was close to the Clinton White House in the 1990s.”
A year ago, as Donald Trump was preparing to assume the office of President, the various Obama agencies were working to illicitly undermine the new administration with the Russia collusion story. One agency, the corrupt Obama State Department, vacuumed up classified information on Russia and sent it over to a friendly Democrat in the Senate just days before the inauguration.
Judicial Watch found a THIRD dossier thanks to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit we filed in federal court. The State Department turned over to us 42 pages of heavily redacted documents containing classified information that was provided to Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD), top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and outspoken critic of President Donald Trump. The documents show Russian political interference in elections and politics in countries across Europe.
This new dossier was part of a plan. According to a March 2017 report in the Baltimore Sun: “Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin received classified information about Russia’s involvement in elections when the Obama administration was attempting to disseminate that material widely across the government in order to aid in future investigations, according to a report Wednesday … Obama officials were concerned, according to the report [in The New York Times, below], that the Trump administration would cover up intelligence once power changed hands.”
Read about the State Department’s dossier here: www.judicialwatch.org/press-r…
Read about our lawsuit: www.judicialwatch.org/press-r…
Read more about Cody Shearer here: www.judicialwatch.org/bulleti…
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