According to the Daily Caller: FBI agents raided the home of a recognized Department of Justice whistle-blower who privately delivered documents pertaining to the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One to a government watchdog, according to the whistle-blower’s attorney.
Last Fall, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, appointed Special Prosecutor, John Huber, to investigate whether the FBI abused its power when it obtained a FISA warrant and three subsequent renewals, on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
One year later and Huber has not interviewed any key witnesses.
Yesterday, two attorneys stepped down from the Mueller investigation. The two Democrats will return to positions inside the Sessions Department of Justice. They helped Mueller prosecute Paul Manafort and General Michael Flynn in their sham investigation.
Now they will be back in the swamp at their full-time positions inside the DOJ.
On Monday afternoon President Donald Trump agreed to declassify the Carter Page FISA docs and other documents requested by the House Oversight and House Committee.
Freedom Caucus member Mark Meadows tweeted on the development yesterday afternoon.
Mark Meadows: “Transparency wins. This is absolutely the right call from @POTUS. It’s time to get the full truth on the table so the American people can decide for themselves on what happened at the highest levels of their FBI and Justice Department.
President Trump just issued a demand that will shatter the corrupt Justice Department. The President is demanding the declassification of FISA courts documents, FBI reports and the texts of former top FBI officials.
This is an unprecedented show of muscle by Trump and his White House.
Justice Department officials are blowing the whistle on Robert Mueller.
Now we know why Mueller has continually delayed Mike Flynn’s sentencing: To silence the retired General and keep the influential Conservative out of politics and the crucial midterm elections.
In 2015, during the Obama administration, Congressman Duncan Hunter discovered the Hillary Clinton state department was negotiating a 35-year, no-bid lease with Saddam Hussein’s former nuclear scientist, on Florida’s Port Canaveral. Hunter requested the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS) conduct a national security threat analysis of the Gulftainer port deal and was refused.