How Convenient. FBI Shuts Down FOIA Operation Until At Least March 30 Over Coronavirus Panic

FBI Director Christopher Wray

How convenient.

The FBI on Thursday shut down its Freedom of Information Act [FOIA] operation through at least the end of March in response to the Coronavirus panic.

The FBI is already slow-rolling the release of Spygate docs requested by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch.

Judicial Watch boss Tom Fitton said this benefits the Deep State coup plotters.

“FBI Shuts Down FOIA Operation Until At Least March 30 Due To #Coronavirus. Who benefits? Ohr, Strzok, Page, Comey, McCabe, Obama, Hillary Clinton, etc. Who loses? Americans who want accountable government under law,” Tom Fitton said.

Judicial Watch has filed countless FOIA lawsuits against the FBI requesting communications between FBI lovers Lisa Page and Peter Strzok.

“The FBI has been slow rolling the release of Page-Strzok communications and is still hiding all their infamous text messages,” Fitton said last summer after the FBI said it would take over two years to produce the requested documents.

The FBI is only producing 500 pages of documents a month (out of 20,000 pages) on Lisa Page and Peter Strzok which Tom Fitton said is “absolutely absurd.”


The watchdog group has also sued for documents related to Spygate involving fired FBI Director James Comey and his partner-in-crime Andrew McCabe.

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