Republicans Have The FBI Right Where They Want Them

Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin has requested information from the FBI and the Department of Justice (DOJ) regarding the Mar-a-Lago raid.

Any FBI or DOJ employee who has seen criminal activity should contact his office right away, according to Johnson.

In the letter, which was first published by The Daily Caller, Johnson referred to the operation as “deeply concerning” and “unprecedented.” He added that he understands that other members of Congress have also requested an explanation for the Mar-a-Lago raid from the two agencies, and he will do so as well.

However, Johnson said that because the FBI and DOJ have a “track record of secrecy and obstruction” in his inquiries, he is not sure that their account will be truthful.

“I think that the brave men and women of the FBI and the Department of Justice who are frustrated and concerned about what is going on in their organizations should come forward,” Johnson said.

“You have the right to contact Congress,” Johnson stated in his letter.

“By revealing the truth, Congress may hold accountable those who continue to misuse our justice system,” Johnson concluded.

The investigation and deposition were part of an “unfounded and politically motivated Witch Hunt,” according to the former president.

On Wednesday, NY Attorney General Letitia James deposed President Trump and he invoked his Fifth Amendment rights to her inquiries.

The FBI and DOJ were contacted about the letter, with the FBI declining to comment and the DOJ not responding.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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