White House lawyers have been actively looking into documents that would potential unveil the pure depths of deep state corruption. The highly controversial documents come from the FBI and DOJ and relate directly to the 2016 presidential campaign.
The review process is being led by Emmet Flood of the White House Counsel’s office at the urging of an insistent president, two sources with knowledge of the process told TheDCNF. A source close to the president noted that Flood and his colleagues within the counsel’s office are generally opposed to declassification, out of the concern for the precedent it would set as well as any unintended consequences of making the information public.
Sources cautioned that declassification could occur as soon as this week, though the uncertainty reflects the nature of the review process itself, According to The Daily Caller.
The GOP is behind the push to declassify the documents known as the FISA and Carter-Page documents:
In fact, told The Daily Caller, in an Oval Office interview on declassification “we’re looking at it very seriously right now because the things that have gone on are so bad.”
THE DAILY CALLER: “Sir, do you think you’re going to be declassifying the FISA documents that have been targeting your campaign?”
POTUS: “Well, we’re looking at it very seriously right now because the things that have gone on are so bad, so bad. I mean they were surveilling my campaign. If that happened on the other foot, they would’ve considered that treasonous. They would’ve considered that spying at the highest level. Can you imagine if we were doing that to Obama instead of Obama and his people doing that to us? Everybody would’ve been in jail for the next 500 years. OK? Can you believe it, where they paid this guy millions of dollars, it turned out? If you look at all of the things that are happening.”
THE DAILY CALLER: “Sir, do you think, since Mueller has passed the Sept. 1 deadline now, do you think he’s interfering in the election?”
POTUS: “Well, I view it as an illegal investigation. It should’ve never been started. It should’ve never been allowed to start. You know, I’m not the target of this investigation, just in case you don’t realize. But I view it as being illegal for many reasons. Some of which are that; number one there was no crime and number two everybody was conflicted, including Mueller. There were, I mean tremendous conflicts here, you know the conflicts, you’ve heard the conflicts.”
Some of the conflicts Trump is referring with the Mueller team is the scandalous text messages between Peter Stzrok and Lisa Page. As a whole, those text messages seems to be just the tip of the iceberg to this colossal mess.