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James Woods: ‘Republicans nothing but grumpy, toothless whiners … a sad, sorry end to the noble experiment that was America’

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It was another dark day in America on Wednesday.

Special Counsel John Durham was grilled by Congress on his “investigation” into FBI corruption & the Russia hoax.

Florida representative Matt Gaetz summed it up best after opening a fiery must-see can of whoopass on the witness.  “When you are part of the COVER-UP, Mr. Durham, then it makes our job harder.”

James Woods, one of the world’s most talented actors, shared a glaring and depressing truth in his analysis. He never minces words.

This is damning information.

According to the Durham Report, President Obama’s CIA Director John Brennan, then-Vice President Joe Biden, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and the infamous former Director of the FBI James Comey were briefed in August 2016 about the plan by Hillary Clinton and the DNC to create a false narrative linking President Trump to Russia.

The FBI knew the Steele dossier was a sack of lies, and yet they still pushed false allegations in the nefarious FISA warrant applications against Carter Page. They made it a point to try to crush Trump and those around him. It was a purely political, banana republic effort to change the course of a presidential election and presidency. Many key Durham report findings were already disclosed thanks to Judicial Watch FOIA investigations and litigation.

Durham let down the American people with few and failed prosecutions. Never in American history has so much government corruption faced so little accountability. Let me be clear, the FBI and Justice Department – and their political masters in the Obama White House – are responsible for the worst government corruption in American history. President Trump is a crime victim who was targeted by a seditious conspiracy by Obama, Biden, Clinton and their Deep State allies.

Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton

 

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