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DOJ Gives Congress “Spying” Details

The Justice Department handed over more “spying” details to Congress on Monday concerning the Deep State’s targeting of the 2016 Trump campaign. Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd wrote in a letter to the House and Senate Judiciary committees that “The Department has made existing office space in Washington available for this work” and that it will “be funded out of the U.S. Attorney’s Salaries and Expenses appropriation.” Per the letter, Attorney General William Barr’s personnel are officially setting up shop to conduct a “broad in scope and multifaceted” review “intended to illuminate open questions regarding the activities of U.S. and foreign intelligence services as well as non-governmental organizations and individuals.” In other words, the fit’s about to hit the shan.

Here’s more from The Hill…

The Justice Department on Monday offered more details to Congress on the investigation that Attorney General William Barr ordered into the intelligence collection on the Trump campaign ahead of the 2016 election.

In a letter to the House and Senate Judiciary committees, Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd said that the inquiry is being primarily conducted by U.S. attorney John Durham out of Justice Department offices in Washington, D.C.

Boyd wrote that Durham, the U.S. attorney from Connecticut, is receiving assistance from a “number of U.S. Attorney’s Office personnel and other Department employees.”

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