Opinion| Republican North Carolina Representative Mark Meadows appeared on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Monday evening with reporter Sara Carter and legal analyst Gregg Jarrett to speak on the most recent developments in the “deep state coup of Donald Trump.”
Host Sean Hannity reassured viewers that criminal referrals are not far away when it comes to the Deep State operatives who worked around the clock to have Trump criminally removed from the Oval Office.
Hannity stated, “What we now have is the beginning of a cascade of information of materials that will be collaborating everything we have been telling you.”
Representative Mark Meadows answered, “Additional information is coming out that will show you that not only was there no collusion but there was a coordinated effort to take this president down. We talk about the Deep State. There are players now, even ambassadors, even sitting ambassadors that were involved in part of this with the FBI and DOJ. So as we look at this it is time we show the American people wha is out there, declassify some of those documents. I think when the American people see what I’ve seen they will judge that this has all been a hoax.”
Meadows did not specifically name any ambassadors.
Hannity went on to explain, “There will be indictments. Buckle up. Criminal referrals first. Indictments, I would offer, very soon thereafter.”
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Meadows, a member of the House Oversight Committee, continued, “As we look at this, it’s time to show that we show the American people what’s out there, declassify some of those documents. I think when the American people see what I’ve seen, they will judge for themselves and know that this has all been a hoax.”
The Washington Examiner reports:
Earlier this month, House Judiciary Committee ranking member Doug Collins, R-Ga., began to release transcripts of private testimony provided to a task force of the House Judiciary and Oversight committees as part of their investigation into potential bias in the Justice Department and FBI.
He first released DOJ official Bruce Ohr’s testimony from August 2018, and later released transcripts from former FBI officials Lisa Page and Peter Strzok. Ohr acted as an unofficial backchannel between the FBI and the author of the so-called Trump dossier, while Strzok and Page attracted scrutiny after it was revealed in 2017 they were involved in an extramarital affair and exchanged text messages critical of President Trump.
Strzok and Page also worked for special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, which is examining Russian interference and whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Kremlin. Strzok was removed from the investigation after the texts were found and was later fired by the FBI. Page also left the Mueller team following the controversy and departed the FBI.
“As I have said before, I believe the American people deserve transparency, and deserve to know what transpired in the highest echelons of the FBI during that tumultuous time for the bureau,” Collins stated after Strzok’s testimony was released to the public last week.