In an interview with Fox New’s Shannon Bream Wednesday night, Attorney General Jeff Sessions dropped a bomb when… he said the following:
“I have appointed a person outside of Washington, many years in the Department of Justice (DOJ), to look at all the allegations that the House Judiciary Committee members sent to us; and we’re conducting that investigation.”
…during his first briefing with DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz, he would have been made aware of the IG’s investigation into the FISA and other related matters, and thus would have become aware that he had a set of truly bad actors in his midst. That is likely something Sessions already suspected, since it had become obvious during his confirmation hearing that he had personally been under illegal surveillance, but a briefing from Horowitz would have confirmed that reality…
Formally appointing a special counsel at that time would have given all of these people the chance to either flee, cover their tracks, or even lawyer up before cases could have been fully developed… Remember also that the disciplinary actions taken against them have been designed to keep them close and controlled…
Unlike Horowitz, this unidentified special prosecutor would have the power to convene a grand jury – and may have already done so – and quickly begin issuing subpoenas based on the recommendations contain in the Horowitz report…
So basically he has appointed a Special Prosecutor, but he wanted to do it so secretly, he didn’t make it official. Has that ever been done in history?
Which means all those sealed indictments we already see surging may just be the opening act.
And this is yet another Q confirmation. He has said repeatedly to trust Sessions.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Wednesday that the Department of Justice (DOJ) will provide documents to Congress on the Obama-era program dubbed “Fast and Furious” that allowed criminals to purchase guns in Phoenix-based gun shops in order to track them into Mexico.
The Justice Department, then run by Eric Holder, declined to provide documents on the program to Congress in 2012 and was held in contempt of Congress. Today’s decision ends six years of litigation with the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
I do not see any way this was not a political operation straight from the politicians in Justice, possibly with Valerie Jarrett’s influence at the White House. ATF guys can be a little wild, but I do not see even a politician in the agency arming the cartels in Mexico freely, and no way the ground level agents go along with it unless there is a threat of total destruction few entities can provide. The politician leaders in ATF and the agents would all fear the blowback screwing up everything from their careers to their agency. It would be an international incident if uncovered. And I would assume actual federal agents would see the possibility that those guns could have ended up pointed at fellow Federal Agents, as they ultimately were in the tragic case of Brian Terry.
The only way I see that operation playing like that was if politicians at Justice and higher wanted to further gun control agendas, and they didn’t give a damn about the regular people and Federal Agents who would face those guns. If that is chased down, it will be one more nail in the coffin of the Deep State which was hell bent on disarming Americans for some deep dark reason.
Wild times. How the worm turns.