Judicial Watch (JW) revealed that it received emails from the FBI alluding to a White House “confidential informant” related to the false collusion with Russia for which the Democrats investigated President Donald Trump.
Tom Fitton, the president of JW, stated that “Comey’s FBI targeted Trump as soon as he stepped foot in the Oval Office,” in a video released on July 17.
JW has relentlessly followed the FBI in this controversial process in which special counsel Robert Muller found no evidence that President Trump had allied with Russia to illegally obtain the presidency of the country.
As a result of his Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, JW obtained a 136-page report containing the emails exchanged between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who were also in a romantic relationship in 2017.
“As a result of the release of the information, we are confident that it contains compelling evidence of the FBI’s conspiracy against President Trump,” Fitton said.
“These documents suggest that President Trump was targeted by the Comey FBI as soon as he stepped foot in the Oval Office,” emphasized Fitton, who studied the emails.
“Strzok, Page, and other senior officials in the office, in the days before and after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, discussed a White House counterintelligence report that could ‘play into’ the FBI’s investigative strategy,” Fitton said.
It would appear that there was an informant in the White House who would be spying on the Trump administration, and that would be Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff Joshua Pitcock.
Fitton finds fault with the slowness with which the messages, contained in 8,000 pages, are delivered at a rate of 500 pages per month and have not yet been processed into text messages, so it could take years in that tedious process.
For Fitton, there is no reason to take so long to deliver the information, and this delay could contribute to the FBI’s coverup of any irregularities that may have been committed, and may still be being committed, within the institution.
He insists that the delays could be due to the intervention of corrupt people within the institution, interested in hiding the truth, but he will continue to investigate the case until the end.
The FOIA is a law that gives all U.S. citizens the right to access federal government information.