Former U.S. Attorney Joe DiGenova dropped the bombshell revelation that former Obama CIA director John Brennan intentionally pushed false information that would later be used to launch an illegitimate counter-intelligence investigation of Donald Trump when he was running for president.
“It is abundantly clear that there was no legitimate basis even for a counter-intelligence investigation, let alone a criminal investigation,” DiGenova said on Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show May 15.
“It is quite obvious that John Brennan was at the head of the group of people who were going to create a counter-intelligence investigation against Trump by creating false information that was going to be fed through Carter Page and George Papadopoulos so that it would be picked up, reported back to Washington, and provide the basis for a fake counter-intelligence investigation.
It was all Brennan’s doing. That’s why the Justice Department is viciously fighting, revealing everything they can about the source in London who everybody knows the identity of… The source in London was another person who was feeding false information to George Papadopoulos and others about collusion, which did not exist.”
DiGenova has repeatedly underscored that Robert Mueller’s investigation of Trump aides related to the 2016 election is illegitimate and founded upon a mountain of lies.
Like many other attorneys, DiGenova says the illegal surveillance of Trump aides and the fruitless “Russia collusion” investigation stems from Barack Obama’s failed attempts to rig the election for Hillary Clinton by weaponizing the FBI and CIA against Donald Trump when he was a private citizen.
“I don’t think there is any question that the Mueller investigation, as it sits now, is illegitimate,” DiGenova previously said. “The appointment by [Obama’s deputy Attorney General Rod] Rosenstein of Mueller did not name a crime that was being investigated. It named nothing. This was a way for the Department of Justice under Rosenstein to avoid responsibility for conducting an inquiry.”
In addition to the fact that there is still no evidence of collusion after a year-long probe, there’s also the inconvenient fact that collusion is not a crime.
Moreover, President Trump cannot be indicted, as BizPac Review previously reported. Why? Because a sitting United States president cannot be indicted under the U.S. Constitution.
This was spelled out in an October 2000 memo from the Bill Clinton Justice Department, which reaffirmed a 1973 DOJ interpretation of the U.S. Constitution:
“In 1973, the Department concluded that the indictment or criminal prosecution of a sitting President would impermissibly undermine the capacity of the executive branch to perform its constitutionally assigned functions. We believe that the conclusion reached by the Department in 1973 still represents the best interpretation of the Constitution.”
Joe DiGenova explained: “The President cannot be indicted, and so with no crime having been asserted in the appointment of the Special Counsel, how can [Robert Mueller] constitutionally investigate no crime? He will waste the President’s time, but more importantly, he will waste the country’s time.”
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