DOJ accused of redacting material facts in documents produced to Congress
A top conservative congressman complained Thursday about the Justice Department redacting "material facts" in documents provided to congressional investigators looking into possible wrongdoing at the agency.The coverup appears to go on in the FISA abuse case. Congress also appears to be in no mood to tolerate it. They need to move quickly to get teh information and get it into the public domain as soon as possible. If the Democrats retake Congress they are likely to join the coverup effort. There is strong evidence of Democrat collusion in the FISA abuses and the ongoing coup attempt.
Upset that Attorney General Jeff Sessions refused to appoint a second special counsel, Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., accused the DOJ of not complying with a subpoena for documents related to alleged spy authority abuses.
Meadows pointed to that report name-dropping former President Barack Obama’s chief of staff, Denis McDonough, among others, and said the materials he viewed "didn't stop there."
"When we look at the multiple reactions that have taken place, this Department of Justice is not complying with the subpoena and with the oversight responsibility we have in Congress," he said. "And so for the attorney general to suggest that there is not enough there is extremely disappointing."
Meadows was joined by Goodlatte and Gowdy, in being disappointed when Sessions revealed Thursday Utah’s top federal prosecutor was looking into wrongdoing in the Justice Department and FBI rather than appointing a second special counsel — the first being Robert Mueller, who is spearheading the federal Russia inquiry.
While Meadows only hinted that some members of government might be getting themselves into trouble with Congress, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., went further in a Fox News interview Wednesday, saying if Goodlatte's subpoena is not honored, "We should move quickly to contempt [of Congress] and then we should move to impeachment."