Horowitz report

Horowitz report is enough to make J. Edgar Hoover blush

Charles Hurt, Washington Times

FBI agents — operating at the behest of powerful appointees of the Obama administration — deliberately doctored foreign intelligence to obtain secret warrants to spy on an active political campaign. Here in the U.S. This is no longer opinion or speculation. This is fact, backed up by exhaustive investigation and extensive evidence. The fact that these massive abuses are getting short-shrift in the media today only reveals the extent to which the media has been a co-conspirator in this travesty. They have become outright defenders of a police state, where spying on innocent Americans seeking political office is now perfectly acceptable to them.

What we need to know from the Horowitz report

Byron York, Washington Examiner

There will be much to learn in Inspector General Michael Horowitz's upcoming report on the Trump-Russia investigation, but most of it will likely boil down to just two questions. One, how much did the Obama Justice Department spy on the Trump campaign? And two, was it justified? Even if were entirely declassified, Horowitz will not tell the whole story of spying and the 2016 election. The Horowitz report will be an important step in answering the questions of how much spying took place and whether it was justified. It's long past time Americans learned what happened.

The Real ‘Bombshells’ Are About to Hit Their Targets

Julie Kelly, American Greatness

The potential Obama administration targets of the inspector general’s probe and their media pals now are spinning hard in preparation of the report’s release. The Horowitz report could do what the Mueller report could not: Find legitimate evidence of conspiracies between political operatives, Russian interests, and top government officials; uncover attempts to obstruct justice as the various investigations into misconduct proceeded; and expose rank corruption at the highest levels of a presidential administration. It just won’t be the presidential administration that Mueller and his colleagues were targeting.