Reporter Alleges FBI and DOJ Colluding to Disobey the President

President Trump has ordered the FBI and the DOJ to release a bevy of documents, unredacted, but Sara Carter is reporting that the documents will be released next week, redacted by both agencies, defying the president and opening themselves to firing for rank insubordination.

Yesterday, Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi, Mark Warner, and Chuck Schumer sent a letter to the FBI and the DOJ, instructing them to continue to redact the documents, creating a constitutional crisis. Carter says she has spoken to top intelligence sources who say there is nothing in the documents that would undermine intelligence or give away methods and sources.

From The Gateway Pundit

“I’ve been told by sources that the documents will be turned over to the President next week. I hear that the FBI and the DOJ are redacting,” Sara Carter said. “What they’re gonna do is turn those documents over to the President and what they’re going to say is ‘now it’s up to you to declass’–I think they are going to figure ways to stall or maybe put pressure on the President,” Sara Carter continued.

Sara Carter explained that she spoke with multiple sources with top secret clearance who have reviewed the Carter Page FISA docs and there is nothing that will violate national security or give away sources and methods.

Attorney Gregg Jarrett said in a FOX News op-ed that if DAG Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray defy the President’s order and continue to obstruct lawful subpoenas, they should both be fired for rank insubordination.

The Democrats are losing their collective minds over the documents that will prove dishonesty by Democrats, the FBI, the DOJ and possibly the OBAMA White House. Things could get real hairy, real quick.

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