‘Justice’ Department update: 14 whistleblowers come forward

‘Justice’ Department update: 14 whistleblowers come forward By Mike Huckabee for Huckabee

There’s potentially some very good news in the fight for liberty and against tyranny. The ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, announced Sunday on Trey Gowdy’s Sunday FOX NEWS show that 14 FBI agents have come forward as whistleblowers. “There are lots of good people at the FBI,” he said. “It’s the top that’s the problem.” These rank-and-file agents are saying that what’s going on is “baloney.” They’re talking about the school board issue, Jordan said, and “a whole host of issues.”

Also on Sunday, President Trump, in his words, “respectfully requested” that the ‘Justice’ Department “immediately” return materials they took from Mar-A-Lago during their pre-dawn raid on his home a week ago. He posted on his platform, Truth Social, “Oh great! It has just been learned that the FBI, in its now famous raid of Mar-a-Lago, took boxes of privileged ‘attorney-client’ material, and also “executive privileged material, which they knowingly should not have taken.”

The request specifically cites at least five boxes and another set of documents. I suppose that, if they do return these, the FBI will still be holding on to other items that were noted in a property list they released on Friday: “binders of photos, a handwritten note, a leather-bound box of documents, and an ‘executive grant of clemency’ for longtime aide Roger Stone.”

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The ‘Justice’ Department is still maintaining — and mainstream news is reporting — that Trump had possessed “classified” documents at Mar-A-Lago, but it seems clear that he, under his authority as President, had declassified them and was keeping them in a secure space on his property guarded by Secret Service agents. Compare this to the way Hillary was treated after putting classified emails –- which she had no authority to declassify –- on her private email server, where they were much less secure and easily hackable.

For the best laugh you’ll have all day, check out this brilliant mash-up video made after then-FBI Director James Comey’s infamous “no reasonable prosecutor” speech on July 5, 2016.

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