Breaking: DOJ Turns Over 1.2 Million Documents Related to 2016 Election to House Intel Committee
The Department of Justice turned over some of the 1.2 MILLION documents requested by lawmakers this past week.
The documents are related to DOJ activities during the 2016 election.
Chad Pergram from FOX News tweeted on Friday that the DOJ turned over some of the 1.2 million documents requested to the House Intelligence Committee.
DoJ turns over some of the 1.2 million documents requested by Hse Judiciary Cmte as part of Congressional probe into DoJ & the election
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) January 12, 2018
TGP’s Cristina Laila reported on Friday the DOJ turned over all documents related to the Russia dossier to lawmakers earlier in the week.
According to the Daily Caller, Nunes and the House Intel Committee reviewed all FBI and DOJ docs on the dossier including the FISA apps.
Both Sara Carter and Sean Hannity reported this week Hillary’s phony Russia dossier was used to obtain a FISA warrant in order to spy on Trump’s campaign.
It appears those documents were strictly related to the phony dossier.
The documents mentioned by Chad Pergram may be a separate set of documents that include DOJ activity during the 2016 election.