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January 1, DOJ Brazenly Spies on Congress Amidst Their Own Election Meddling Probe



The corruption within the FBI and the Department of Justice reaches even deeper than we originally thought.

It has now been revealed that back in 2016, the FBI secretly collaborated with the Hillary Clinton campaign to spread the false narrative that Donald Trump was a Russian asset. This web of deceit would become the foundation of left-wing talking points for years.

When Congress discovered that the FBI and DOJ were involved in a coup attempt, House and Senate oversight committees launched investigations to hold them accountable.

However, these crooks were one step ahead. While under investigation, the DOJ subpoenaed private phone and email records of multiple congressional staffers to protect themselves.

The DOJ used its power to spy on a congressional investigation into their own wrongdoing.

Jason Foster, founder of Empower Oversight, a whistleblower firm based in Virginia, revealed that the DOJ had subpoenaed his Google Voice telephone records.

Foster served as the chief investigative counsel to Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Chuck Grassley and played a key role in overseeing misconduct at the Justice Department.

But Foster’s firm discovered that the DOJ didn’t stop there. They reportedly subpoenaed records of other House and Senate staffers, regardless of their political affiliation. The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence also had their private records subpoenaed.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, in a closed-door meeting in January 2018, even threatened to subpoena the personal records of HPSCI staffers. Little did they know, the DOJ had already done so.

These subpoenas had no legal basis, but the DOJ was willing to trample over the constitutional rights of individuals just to protect themselves from facing justice for their attempts to help Hillary Clinton steal the 2016 election.

This goes beyond rigging elections. Our Justice Department is using its power to prevent anyone from holding them accountable. These are truly dangerous times in America.

Why It Matters

The very core of our democratic system is trust — trust in institutions, trust in the process, and trust in our elected representatives. The latest revelations about the Department of Justice’s apparent overreach into congressional investigations are not just deeply concerning but borderline traitorous.

When we learned of the FBI’s purported collaboration with the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016, it was a severe blow to our national integrity.

Now, discovering that the DOJ may have used its immense power to shield itself from the very body designed to oversee it — Congress — is a disgrace.

The Department’s audacity in allegedly subpoenaing private records of congressional staffers during an investigation into its own behavior is nothing short of a mockery of justice.

Jason Foster, an individual with immense dedication to the ideals of transparency and truth, found himself ensnared by this Orwellian overreach.

If figures like Foster, serving at the height of congressional oversight, are not immune, then who is?

The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence also facing such blatant intimidation and infringement of rights is indicative of an agency gone rogue.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s veiled threats further underscore the arrogance and disregard for constitutional norms. When an institution as vital as the DOJ is prepared to allegedly trample the Constitution to save its own skin, we’re on a slippery slope towards despotism.

We cannot, and should not, stand idle while foundational pillars of our democracy are eroded from within. The pursuit of truth and the preservation of our democratic values demand accountability. This isn’t about partisan politics; it’s about the soul of our nation.

As our loyal readers, we encourage you to share your thoughts and opinions on this issue. Let your voice be heard and join the discussion below.




  1. Dorothy K Ryer

    November 3, 2023 at 11:17 am

    It is time these people are held accountable. For the DOJ to ignore the Constitution is a disgrace and the Supreme Court ought to do something about this

  2. Nate Paris

    November 3, 2023 at 12:51 pm

    Why wouldn’t DOJ spy on Congress? Congress is majority Republican! Even if nothing is wrong within Congress DOJ would use it’s time spying on Republicans. Keeps DOJ from investigating The Biden’s which may, easily turn up more evidence of corruption, for which they will do NOTHING ABOUT!!!!!

  3. Mac McLaughlin

    November 3, 2023 at 2:23 pm

    Corruption in our government agencies has had 100 years to grow. Although eliminating corruption won’t be easy or fast, or permanent, we should start by supporting Trump as soon as he is elected. In his shoes, my first move would be to eliminate the entire misnamed “Department of Justice” and start figuring out how to clean up and restart the parts we want to keep. And no life-time payments to the employees who get canned. Fortunately, we have a starter list of DOJ employees who have already come forward and testified to the corruption.

    • Sandra Wynia

      November 3, 2023 at 3:28 pm

      AMEN!It’s time to clean the swamp and hold those accountable by a strict law that puts them in jail and takes away their pensions,all benefits and they will not ever again be allowed to hold any government job nor any job distantly related to the government in our great nation.Let them hurt financially and strip them of their society ranking .

    • Alice Webb

      November 3, 2023 at 4:18 pm


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