National Watchdog Group Will Livestream
 
From Tom Fitton’s article for Breitbart:
We keep digging into the chain of events surrounding the FBI’s non-investigation of Hillary Clinton and her email misconduct. The correspondence
 

@tsmcdiez Teresa

I'm so relieved that when Castro's soldiers ripped my 3yo aunt's earrings out of her ears so 2 flaps remained & when my gma risked her life to hide US quarters btwn her knees while men with machine guns searched their home it was all to fund a literacy program.
 

@HomelandKen Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli

Public charge rule goes into effect today. A lot of hard work by @USCIS to implement @realDonaldTrump’s immigration policies. The public charge rule helps ensure that legal immigrants who seek to live in America are self-sufficient, a long US legal tradition (140+ years)
 

@TankSchottle Tank Schottle

Dear Mom and Dad

Thank you for having me as a Son ❤️

I love you Mom and Dad ❤️
 
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it received 191 pages of emails between former FBI official Peter Strzok and former FBI attorney Lisa Page which include
 

CIA, DOJ Refuse To Acknowledge Whether Eric Ciaramella Records Exist

From The Federalist:
The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) each refused to either confirm or deny the existence of records related to Obama White
 

@jonathanvswan Jonathan Swan

Trump has empowered McEntee — whom he considers an absolute loyalist — to purge the “bad people” and “Deep State.” https://t.co/ElV0KlVosI
 

@KassyDillon Kassy Dillon

Lol my professor was just bragging yesterday about how only a state with a strong central government like China could construct a hospital so fast. https://t.co/O65WxKXS1V
 

Judicial Watch: CIA, DOJ Refuse to Confirm or Deny Existence of Records

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it received letters from both the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) stating they will neither confirm
 

Judicial Watch: CIA, DOJ Refuse to Confirm or Deny Existence of Eric Ciaramella Records

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it received letters from both the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) stating they will neither confirm
 

@newsmax Newsmax

"We had this massive abuse, this spying abuse against [Trump]," @TomFitton tells Newsmax TV's Chris Salcedo.

Fitton on the 'double-standard' of justice: "anything the DOJ does to advance the ball against the Obama/Biden/Clinton gang, that's off limits." https://t.co/VlT7z8v2lm pic.twitter.com/D5yy6XaATW
 

@CPAC CPAC 2020 (Text CPAC to 56479)

If it weren't for the hard work of @TomFitton & @JudicialWatch, Americans might still be in the dark about how some entitled & entrenched #DeepState bureaucrats attempted to suppress the voices of Americans they disagree with. He'll continue to reveal the corruption at #CPAC2020. pic.twitter.com/sHjVuWJcSU
 

@hughhewitt Hugh Hewitt

The idea that Grenell isn’t qualified is absurdly laughable, but giving voice to it serves as handy diagnostic tool for #TDS. One of those moments where Twitter reveals so much about the individual posting and nothing about the subject he or she is posting about.
 

How the DOJ-Mueller Operatives Abused Their Powers to “Punish” Roger Stone

 This week’s Judicial Watch Weekly Update focused on deciphering the truth behind the Stone prosecution, and the actions taken by the President in fulfilling his “positive constitutional
 

Fitton: Judicial Watch Sues FBI for Seth Rich Records

From Tom Fitton’s Op-Ed for Breitbart:
I know many Americans remain concerned about the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich.
 

@RepChipRoy Rep. Chip Roy

Today, I sent a letter to Senate Judiciary Chairman @LindseyGrahamSC requesting he oppose amnesty and focus on border security and true immigration reform. pic.twitter.com/CARWGzcDq5
 

DOJ Call to Not Prosecute McCabe Runs Afoul of Trump’s War on ex-FBI Official

From the Washington Times:
Few people have aroused the wrath of President Trump more than Andrew McCabe, the former FBI deputy director whom the Justice Department Friday decided not to prosecute for