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SEDITION: Declassified Docs Exposing Obama Officials Due Out Wednesday Says Joe diGenova

Documents requested by Rep. Devin Nunes will be released on Wednesday, according to Joseph diGenova.

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Former United States Attorney for the District of Columbia Joseph diGenova released a bombshell this week when he claimed that key documents exposing the nature of the deep state coup d’état against President Donald Trump will be released as soon as Wednesday.

“The declassification process will start this week. There are going to be documents released, I think, by Wednesday. The Attorney General as I understand it is in the process of getting those ready to come out,” diGenova said during an appearance on WMAL Radio on Monday morning.

“There are going to be some of the Devin Nunes documents that he requested, and then a series of other releases will come after that. It’s because [U.S. Attorney John] Durham is progressing very, very quickly in his criminal investigation,” diGenova added.

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) has been one of the loudest critics of the deep state’s conspiracy against the President from the start. He has fought tirelessly for transparency and the release of documents exposing the lurid and obscene process that went into staging the Russian collusion hoax.

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“Those are the three entities that we know,” Nunes said while appearing on Sunday Morning Futures, referring to the Clinton campaign and their Fusion GPS partners, the FBI, and mysterious individuals at London’s Cambridge University.

“What the DOJ needs to get to the bottom of is, when did these all intersect? You don’t get that until you start to interview people and remember the Mueller team never bothered to interview many of these folks,” Nunes added.

Nunes isn’t happy with the rationales that have been given by veteran FBI spook Robert Mueller and the team of angry Democrats who worked under him, and wants the necessary information to be released immediately so the public can fully understand the magnitude of the conspiracy against the President.

“What we’re trying to figure out is when did the FBI really start to run the investigation? What sort of processes did they use? What was the predicate?” Nunes asked. “It really appears like they were spying on the Trump campaign.”

After last week’s Mueller testimony was such an embarrassment for the Democrats, the Trump administration is ready to release information that will put all the claims made by the Democrats about collusion to shame.

“This is not a “review” of what went on. This is a criminal investigation of senior DOJ and FBI officials from the Obama administration and intelligence community,” diGenova said.

“This is a criminal investigation of a bunch of people who tried to seditiously overthrow the President of the United States so this stuff is going to start coming out this week,” he added.

DiGenova thinks that documents requested by Nunes for 302s and FISA court applications may be among the first to be released.

“Devin Nunes has made many, many requests for declassifications. I’m not sure which ones are going to come out first, but they’re coming now,” diGenova said.

Wednesday may be the beginning of the end for the corrupt actors working against President Trump within the deep state.

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