The long-awaited report from DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz was released yesterday, in which the Obama appointee protected the swamp. The OIG’s release was quickly followed by contrary statements from the two top law enforcement officers in charge of investigating the ongoing coup d’état against the President.
US Attorney John Durham issued a release strongly disagreeing with Horowitz’ conclusion that the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation was not politically-motivated. Unlike Horowitz, Durham has the power to bring the coup plotters to justice, including the power to indict and impanel a grand jury and it’s expected he will do so within the next few months.
US Attorney General Bill Barr also criticized the FBI, stating:
“The Inspector General’s report now makes clear that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a US presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken…It is also clear that, from its inception, the evidence produced by the investigation was consistently exculpatory.”
In short, 1) the FBI abused the FISA process by relying on anti-Trump information from sources they knew were dubious, i.e., the Hillary Clinton campaign-financed “Pee-Pee Dossier”; 2) the FBI presented false information and withheld exculpatory evidence from the court.
For his part, FBI Director Christopher Wray issued a statement, saying “We will review the performance and conduct of certain FBI employees who were referenced in the Report’s recommendations…[and] will take appropriate disciplinary action where warranted.” Additionally, Wray has “ordered more than 40 corrective steps to address the Report’s recommendations.”
Here’s where it gets crazy. Horowitz’ report contained some very bizarre font artifacts whose significance is not yet fully understood. The term “Comey” does not exist in the OIG Report so technically, James Comey is not named in the report. However, the term “Corney”, clearly referring to the disgraced former FBI Director appears 140+ times!
The same phenomenon appears in the official May 17, 2017 DOJ document memorializing Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller to investigate alleged Trump-Russia collusion.
In this 2017 document, as well, the font has been altered and what appears to be “Comey” is actually “Corney”. Readers can confirm this for themselves by copying and pasting his name from these two DOJ documents into a blank document in their own computers. Very, very strange!
Another example of altered fonts appears in the footer of the final page 476 of yesterday’s OIG Report. It says, “To report allegations of waste, fraud, abuse, or misconduct regarding DOJ programs, employees, contractors, grants, or contracts please visit or call the DOJ OIG Hotline at oig.justice.gov/hotline or (800) 869-4499.”
When you copy and paste “oig.justice.gov/hotline” into a new document, it reads: “oiq.justice.qov/hotline”. The Gs are converted to Qs! Very strange, indeed! Try it yourself!
In the meantime, Adam Schiff was a no-show yesterday at the impeachment inquiry that he’d convened.
In this video, Douglas and Tyla Gabriel and Michael McKibben weigh in on the OIG Report, which Douglas equates to a reiteration of the useless, swampy Mueller Report.