The anticipated release this week of the infamous FISA memo seems to be causing panic among Democrats.

As Republican lawmakers move closer to the truth regarding the hoax that the Trump-Russia collusion investigation surely is, their fear is palpable and their explanations and excuses are becoming more and more implausible.

Most recently, Democrats hoped we would believe that a computer glitch caused the FBI to lose five months of their employees’ text messages.

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When we questioned the veracity of this report, we were accused of advancing conspiracy theories.

This was especially difficult for us to believe because the lost texts just happen to cover a very critical time period and included in this group of employees are FBI officials - and lovers - Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who were involved in both Hillary’s email investigation and the Trump/Russia Collusion investigation.

Miraculously, after the DOJ’s forensics team recovered the texts, we learned some very disturbing information. Strzok’s messages confirmed what many conservatives have believed all along.

First, we discovered that Hillary’s exoneration was the preplanned outcome of the FBI’s investigation into her private email server and we also learned that counterintelligence agent Strzok, privy to all the details of the Russian collusion case against Trump, believed there was no real substance to the allegations.

“Strzok was hesitant about joining Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation team because of his 'gut sense' there would be 'no big there there.'”

Two game-changing revelations were recovered from the texts that were initially reported as “lost.”

If Republicans had not pushed back, these troubling disclosures may have never come to light.

Byron York reports in the Washington Examiner that the Justice Department has not and likely will not turn over those texts between Strzok and Page they deem to be personal. This begs the question, “who is making these selection decisions?”

This scenario is eerily similar to Hillary Clinton’s minions deciding which emails would be made public and which would remain private, a process that likely saved many classified emails from public scrutiny and forced the American people to trust those making the selection decisions.

Liberals have been tying themselves into knots trying to indict the President in the court of public opinion.

Jeffrey Toobin, of the New Yorker, explains to us how clear it is to him that President Trump obstructed justice by firing James Comey.

He admits “the President certainly had a right to fire him if his intent had been proper, but he did not have the right to do so with improper intent. Specifically, the relevant obstruction-of-justice statute holds that any individual who 'corruptly . . . influences, obstructs, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede, the due administration of justice” is guilty of the crime. 'Corruptly' is the key word.”

Toobin then aims his vitriol at what he calls “the Times’ blockbuster scoop” about Trump’s eagerness to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller last summer which was averted only when White House counsel, Don McGahn, threatened to resign if Trump insisted on the dismissal. Trump’s motives, he argues, were corrupt.”

The possibility that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, a Trump appointee, actually believed Mueller would prove to be an objective special counsel for the Russia investigation requires a willing suspension of disbelief. Mueller’s appointment is tantamount to appointing Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity to investigate Hillary Clinton.

And, not to be left out, a group of celebrities including Mark Ruffalo and Whoopi Goldberg will bring us an alternative to Trump’s State of the Union address. They refer to themselves as the “the resistance”. Yes, folks, “a cabal of Hollywood elites” and social activists are planning a “People’s State of the Union” as a “public alternative” on the eve of President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address.” I guess once one has acted in a movie, one is qualified to rule the world.

The cumulative comments and actions from Democratic lawmakers, the mainstream media and even celebrities have lately reached an unprecedented level of contempt. The American people have not been this divided since the Civil War. Democrats appear to be desperately trying to distract the public from paying attention to what the Republicans are very close to exposing. Republicans may be zeroing in on some seriously unlawful behavior that occurred at the highest levels of the FBI and the DOJ.

Hopefully, Congress will release the FISA memo this week. The American people need to know the truth. Mounting evidence suggests that the Trump-Russia Collusion investigation was politically motived. Geraldo Rivera, of Fox News,

“said the memo, which deals with a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court warrant involving former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, will possibly show that the DOJ used the "Trump dossier" as a basis for their surveillance of Page.

"If the Page warrant is based on the dossier, then there's a rotten foundation [at the FBI]," he said, adding that as a building cannot be built on a "rotten foundation," neither can an investigation like Robert Mueller's probe.

If the warrant is based on the dossier, this may become the biggest scandal in American political history.

Members of Congress who have seen the document have said this could be worse than Watergate.

Congress, please, release the memo.

We the people deserve to see it.

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