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DOJ Inspector General Plans to Investigate Abuses by the DOJ and FBI

After months of conservatives both in Washington and in the media shining a spotlight on the abuses of the DOJ and FBI in regards to the Russian collusion investigation, the DOJ Inspector General has finally announced plans to investigate these abuses.

Thus far, there have been shocking examples of bias and partisan behavior within the FBI and DOJ that have been already been made public, including the fact that the primary piece of evidence used to obtain a FISA warrant on a member of the Trump campaign was based on a piece of opposition research funded by the DNC and Clinton campaign. Now that the DOJ Inspector General has at long last been spurred into action, we will have to wait and see what other evidence of abuse is turned up.

Up until this point, both the FBI and DOJ have been taking their time releasing documents pertaining to the evidence of abuse that took place in the Russian collusion investigation, leading some to question whether or not these organizations have been stonewalling the investigation and stalling for time. Hopefully, the DOJ Inspector General’s investigation will speed up the process and finally bring us closer to uncovering the truth.

To hear Sean Hannity discuss the details of the DOJ Inspector General’s upcoming investigation, be sure to check out the video below.

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