One Obama ally could go to jail after Ted Cruz exposed this major crime
Americans are learning the horrifying extent of the Obama administration and the FBI’s scheme to bring down Donald Trump with a covert spying campaign.
The truth is worse than anyone imagined.
And now one top Obama ally could go to jail after Ted Cruz exposed this major crime.
When Texas Senator Ted Cruz questioned Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz, Cruz zeroed in Horowitz’s finding that FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith doctored emails to frame Carter Page as a Russian agent.
Clinesmith allegedly altered an email from the CIA saying Page was a source for the CIA to falsely state Page was not a source for the agency.
Cruz pressed Horowitz on if this was criminal behavior.
The Daily Caller reports:
“So the men and women at home need to know what’s happening,” Cruz continued. “A lawyer at the FBI creates fraudulent evidence, alters an email, that is in turn used for the basis of a sworn statement to the court that the court relies on. Am I stating that accurately?
“That’s correct,” Horowitz answered. “That is what occurred.”
Horowitz added that he has never “seen an alteration of an email end up impacting a court document like this.”
“If a private citizen did that in any law enforcement investigation, if they fabricated evidence and reversed what it said, in your experience,” Cruz then posed. “Would that private citizen be prosecuted for fabricating evidence, be prosecuted for obstruction of justice, be prosecuted for perjury?”
Horowitz stated that “they certainly would be considered for that if there was an intentional effort to deceive the court.”
Clinesmith was not just some random FBI attorney.
Text messages show he was a Deep State loyalist and hardcore Trump hater.
One of his texts read “Viva la resistance!” to indicate his support for the effort inside the government to thwart Donald Trump’s agenda.
That text message combined with Clinesmith allegedly manufacturing fake evidence makes it impossible to believe Horowitz’s conclusion that there was no political bias involved in the FBI’s Russia investigation.