I have never seen such a blatant display of abuse of power so close to the election cycle.
Once again, the FBI has dropped yet another bombshell that appears to have been done to impact the outcome of the 2022 election.
This time, only three months before voters will head to the polls, the FBI has issued subpoenas to Republican lawmakers regarding a fake slate of electors scheme for the 2020 election.
The lawmakers were all reportedly told they were not part of the investigation or being targeted.
However, it is believed that they may be able to provide information regarding the reports of PA fake electors trying to be passed off.
This is all about optics, however.
Regardless of whether they are involved, it looks like they are simply because of the issued subpoenas.
The subpoenas were issued only a day after the phone of Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA) had been confiscated by the FBI.
Perry’s campaign, after the confiscation, stated, “I’ve directed them to cooperate with the Justice Department in order to ensure that it gets the information to which it’s entitled, but to protect information to which it’s not – including communications that are protected under the speech and debate clause of the United States Constitution.”
He also issued a statement to the media, stating, “I’m outraged — though not surprised — that the FBI under the direction of Merrick Garland’s DOJ, would seize the phone of a sitting Member of Congress.
“My phone contains info about my legislative and political activities, and personal/private discussions with my wife, family, constituents, and friends.
“None of this is the government’s business.”
This comes after the January 6 Select Committee revealed that a fake slate of electors was attempted to be delivered to Vice President Pence on the day the election was being certified in the Senate.
This is also about Democrats knowing they are about to get their shirts handed to them in the election, so now they are using the DOJ to try to take out political opponents in any way possible.
Source: New York Post