Fox News host Sean Hannity said he is hearing information from his sources that could soon be released regarding alleged corruption at the Justice Department and FBI, and he says it will be “extraordinarily damning.”
Hannity made the prediction about the so-called “five buckets of information” during an interview with Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., and Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz, bringing up the upcoming criminal referral focusing on the beginnings of the Trump-Russia investigation.
“There are going to be criminal referrals issued this week by Chairman Nunes,” Hannity said. “There are going to be — the president, I interviewed last week — there will be the FISA applications released. There will be 302s released, there will be Gang of Eight material. We’ve identified five buckets of information that will be extraordinarily damning. I know that to be the case, based on all of my sources.”
Devin Nunes, R-Calif., says he is prepared to submit criminal referrals this week after President Trump said on Wednesday that he plans to release the unredacted FISA warrants made during the early stages of the Russia investigation.
Nunes has not yet named anyone who could appear in a referral.
Meadows said there needs to be accountability for anyone who violates Americans’ civil liberties.
“They’re not going to like that, Sean. But I think you have the professor on tonight,” he said. It’s all about civil liberties and making sure those civil liberties are protected. If we cannot count on our government to protect those precious rights to privacy without warrants and warrantless searches, then we’ve got a real problem. Some of those criminal referrals are justified. Certainly some of the declassification that gets to the bottom of this is justified. At the same time, we have to protect our national security interests. “
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