Smoke & Mirrors: Meadows, AG Barr Blast IG Report Narrative As It Labels Campaign Spying ‘Justified’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The long awaited report from the U.S. Inspector General was released Monday afternoon. On its surface the report is a win for Democrats as it concluded that there was no political bias in the FBI’s FISA warrant fiasco. However, the ability for the IG to disprove personal bias based on their interviews notwithstanding, the report also emphasizes that the FBI relied entirely on the sham, partisan-financed political hit job Steele Dossier to justify the warrant.

U.S. Attorney General William Barr found the report wanting, to say the least.

“[…] Barr, however, disagreed with the inspector general’s base finding that the investigation was justified.

The inspector general’s report now makes clear that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a U.S. presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken,” Barr said. […]”

Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) was privy to a two hour briefing on the entire report. The chairman of the House Freedom Caucus says, despite the mainstream media headlines, the contents of the report are disturbing.

With all the damning evidence cited in the report, contrasted by the ‘Nothing to See Here’ title kind of reminds one of James Comey laying out all of the legitimate reasons to indict Hillary Clinton only let her walk.

The Left’s anti-Trump battalions on the mainstream media may try to saturate the airwaves with their carefully crafted narrative, but over the coming days the report’s details will come to light, further illuminating the with hunt against Donald Trump and bolstering his supporters in the process. Meanwhile the Democrats are expected to draw Articles of Impeachment this week; wonder why?

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