Did the FBI Spy on Trump’s Campaign?

There may have been an FBI spy interacting with the Trump campaign in 2016, Kimberly Strassel reported in the Wall Street Journal Thursday evening, adding fuel to long-held suspicions that an FBI/DOJ mole had attempted to ensnare Trump campaign advisers in some sort of Russian collusion trap.

This revelation comes after Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein again backed down after a protracted fight with Republicans on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, allowing members to view classified documents about “a top-secret intelligence source that was part of the FBI’s investigation of the Trump campaign.”

The FBI and DOJ had apparently been hiding the critical information from congressional investigators for months in order to protect the top-secret intelligence source.

In a Thursday press conference, Speaker Paul Ryan bluntly noted that Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes’s request for details on this secret source was “wholly appropriate,” “completely within the scope” of the committee’s long-running FBI investigation, and “something that probably should have been answered a while ago.” Translation: The department knew full well it should have turned this material over to congressional investigators last year, but instead deliberately concealed it.

Read more at PJ Media.

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It sounds like, due to the continuous stonewalling by the FBI and DOJ that both of these agencies must be put under the authority of a “third party” monitoring entity. It should be the SCOTUS since the SCOTUS ‘s only responsibility is to make sure the Constitution is upheld and its rules of record are enforced, especially by agencies involved with intelligence and security. But it is hard to call the SCOTUS and unbiased organ itself. The SCOTUS seems to be unable or unwilling to rule by the words of the Constitution and it’s Amendments. Therefore the transparency of the… Read more »