Does the IG Report “Exonerate” James Comey? Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton says not at all… What’s next…
7 months ago
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In the eyes of Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton, what is the significance of the Department of Justice Inspector General’s report, or IG report, on former FBI Director James Comey? Does it exonerate Comey as the former FBI Director claims? What is the significance of Bruce Ohr’s interview records, FBI 302’s, with Christopher Steele? What else might be found in other Christopher Steele-related documents? And in the Michael Flynn legal case, why is the prosecution insistent on withholding access to unredacted Bruce Ohr 302s & Strzok-Page texts? This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m Jan Jekielek. Today we sit down with Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, which uses FIOA, or Freedom of Information Act requests, and litigation to expose government corruption. We discuss the new IG report and what Tom Fitton describes as “Comey’s ambush interview of president-elect Trump” in 2017. We also explore FBI 302’s of Bruce Ohr’s interviews with Christopher Steele, Michael Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell seeking unredacted documents in her defense of Flynn, Judicial Watch’s new discovery on the Hilary Clinton emails, as well as Judicial Watch’s lawsuit against sanctuary policies in California.