Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit to find out more about an FBI spy within the Trump organization during the 2016 election.
According to Town Hall:
Government watchdog Judicial Watch has issued a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Department of Justice in order to obtain documents and information about Felix Sater. Sater was working inside the Trump Organization in 2016 on behalf of the FBI and reportedly pushed the Trump Moscow project. That Moscow project was often cited as “proof” by Democrats and media that President Trump had business dealings with the Russians.
According to a release, Judicial Watch is “seeking all records of communications, including FBI 302 interview reports and offer agreements between former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office and Felix Sater.”
“Was a Russian real estate deal being pushed on the Trump Organization part of a set-up by a FBI/CIA informant?” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton released in a statement. “The new Judicial Watch lawsuit attempts to shed light on what could be another aspect of Deep State abusive Spygate operation targeting President Trump.”
Meanwhile, the DOJ Inspector General report about the origins of the Russia probe is complete and is expected to be released to the public any day.
Judicial Watch has continuously fought to uncover government corruption related to President Trump and this is just another step of showing the bias of the FBI.