President Donald Trump ordered public access to documents containing much of the investigation into the Democrats’ fabrication of false collusion with Russia, code named Hurricane Crossfire, to remove him from office. 

This investigation was carried out fraudulently by the FBI, which obtained with deception authorizations from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, and only responded to the political interests of the Democrats, who attacked President Trump even before he took office.

“I believe that Crossfire Hurricane was one of the most incompetent and corrupt investigations in the history of the FBI and DOJ,” said U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Jan. 15.

Graham explained, “The FISA court was lied to. Exculpatory information was withheld on those being investigated. The investigators, with some notable exceptions, were incredibly biased and used the powers of law enforcement for political purposes.”

He added, “The subjects of the investigation had their lives turned upside down. It is my hope that counterintelligence investigations will be reined in and this never happens again in America.”

In addition to illegally obtaining authorization to investigate Trump’s 2016 campaign, the FBI based its actions on the Steele dossier, commissioned by the Democratic National Committee, from a former British spy. This report was dismissed by the CIA, yet it served as the basis for the “investigation” against Trump.

After spending millions of taxpayer dollars and two and a half years of work, special counsel Robert Muller found no evidence that Trump had allied with Russia to illegally obtain the presidency, but it tarnished his image in the eyes of many Americans.

Once the “investigation” was concluded, Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz reviewed the entire procedure and found at least 17 serious errors.

From there, Attorney General John Durham opened another investigation that should lead to the identification of those responsible for the monumental crime, but the results are still pending after a year and a half, which does not cease to surprise some analysts. 

President Trump, at the end of his first term, authorized the declassification of the documents, although not all of them at the insistence of the FBI that sent him a request to continue with the reservation of some on Jan. 17.

The declassification of numerous documents, which eventually contain the criminal acts of many politicians, is progressing and those that are missing are generating a lot of speculation.

It is expected that other documents that could be much more shocking will come to light during the coming days.