DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz on Thursday sent a 2-page letter to Capitol Hill updating lawmakers on his impending report on FISA abuse.
Horowitz has been working on a report documenting the FISA [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act] abuses by Obama’s corrupt DOJ and FBI during the 2016 election targeting Donald Trump.
“It’s as thick as a telephone book,” Sunday Morning Futures host Maria Bartiromo recently said. “More than just FISA abuse.”
CBS reported that Horowitz in his letter to lawmakers said, “I anticipate that the final report will be released publicly with few redactions.”
The is the first letter sent from Horowitz to Committee leaders since September 13, 2019.
“Given that our draft report is lengthy, and concerns sensitive national security an law enforcement matters, we understood that it would take the Department and the FBI some time to work through and appropriately mark the entire report,” Horowitz wrote. “I can report to you that the process is ongoing and nearing completion.”
Horowitz said his goal is to make as much of the report public as possible.
“I anticipate that the final report will be released publicly with few redactions.”
Horowitz said once the final classification markings are received from the Department and the FBI, “we will proceed with our usual process for preparing a final report…”
“Once begun, we do not anticipate the time for that review to be lengthy,” he added.
Screenshot of 2-page letter:
Congressman Nunes in January of 2018 released a 2-page FISA memo revealing Hillary Clinton’s phony dossier formed an essential role in the FBI obtaining the FISA warrants on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.
In fact, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe testified that if not for the phony Russia dossier, the FBI would never have sought the FISA warrants.
The FBI, under Comey’s Directorship, obtained one FISA warrant and three subsequent renewals on Carter Page beginning in October of 2016 and ending in June of 2017.
The FBI also defrauded the FISA judges by withholding exculpatory evidence on Trump campaign advisor George Papadopoulos.
Michael Horowitz does not have the power to indict anyone, he can only criminally refer people for prosecution.
NEW: @CBSNews has obtained a letter sent to the hill today from DOJ IG Horowitz updating committee leaders on the status of the highly anticipated FISA Report. He says, "I anticipate that the final report will be released publicly with few redactions.” pic.twitter.com/DFCh7txrrO
— Clare Hymes (@ClareHymes22) October 24, 2019