Deep State PR Teams Complain to Liberal Media After IG Horowitz Blocks Them from Submitting Written Rebuttals to Charges

The last step before IG Michael Horowitz releases his report on FISA abuse along with criminal referrals is to allow principals to see what was written about them. That is being done right now, and their spin teams are complaining because their written rebuttals will not appear in the report. They are allowed to verbally challenge the findings but that will not appear in the report.

Reports are coming in, saying that there are several criminal referrals but there is no information on how many. Previous reports say that the IG report was being delayed because John Durham had convened a grand jury. If that is true, there is probably already criminal indictments against some of the principals in the case.

Some of those who are in danger of being charged are James Comey, Sally yates, Andrew McCabe, Rod Rosenstein, Loretta Lynch, James Clapper and John Brennan


The Deep State PR teams have already complained to the Washington Post:

The Justice Department Inspector General’s office has told witnesses who are set to review draft sections of its long-awaited report on the FBI investigation of President Trump’s 2016 campaign that they will not be allowed to submit written feedback — one in a series of unusual restrictions that some fear could make the final document less accurate, people familiar with the matter said.

As is the case in most inspector general probes, witnesses are being invited to review draft sections of the report and offer comments and corrections, the people said. But — unlike most cases — they are being told those comments must be conveyed only verbally, the people said.

Even though Attorney General William P. Barr and other officials have been working in recent weeks to determine what should be redacted from the report as classified or private information, people familiar with the process said that the entire draft document is marked “Top Secret,” so anyone who discusses its contents outside a secure government room could be committing a crime.