SARA CARTER: Two Sets of Files Kept on Spying Scandal [AUDIO]

Investigative reporter, Sara Carter says she has uncovered the fact that the FBI has been keeping two sets of books on their spying on the Trump campaign. One set accurately documents what they did and a second one, created for the sake of appearances.

Carter says those who were over Peter Strzok and Lisa Page knew about the two sets of books but she doesn’t want to release their names until all the information has come out. This would constitute a willful breaking of the law and I wonder which set they have let Congress see.

From The Gateway Pundit

Sara Carter told Hannity that sources are telling her that the FBI has two sets of records on the Carter Page FISA docs and other records relating to the Russia probe.

“Sara, I’m hearing it gets worse than this–that there is potentially out there–if you will, two sets of record among the upper echelon of the FBI–one that was real one that was made for appearances. Is there any truth to this?” Hannity asked Sara Carter.

“Absolutely, Sean. With the number of sources that I have been speaking with as well as some others that there is evidence indicating that the FBI had separate sets of books,” Sara Carter said.

Sara Carter went on to explain top FBI brass was aware of this.

“I will not name names until all of the evidence is out there, but there were certain people above Peter Strzok and above Lisa Page that were aware of this,” Sara said. “I also believe that there are people within the FBI that have actually turned on their former employers are even possibly testifying and reporting what happened inside the FBI to both the Inspector General and possibly even a Grand Jury.”

The Deep State just got a lot deeper.  Where will it end?

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