Released Documents Confirm DOJ Didn’t Have Evidence To Charge Trump

Released Documents Confirm DOJ Didn't Have Evidence to Charge Trump

Secret DOJ NOTE Uncovered – It Exposes Everything!

( – During the 2016 presidential election, then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton authorized her campaign to issue a misinformation drive to distract the media from her ongoing email scandal. It resulted in a massive injustice against Donald Trump and the American people. The unethical breach of trust ultimately resulted in false allegations the 2016 Republican presidential campaign colluded with Russia.

The fake scandal plagued the first two years of the new administration. The Department of Justice (DOJ) appointed Robert Mueller to investigate the allegations; he ultimately determined Trump and his political campaign didn’t collude with Russia in the election. In 2019, the far-left watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed a Freedom of Information Act request to obtain a Justice Department memo absolving him. On Wednesday, August 24, the DOJ released the document after a year-long legal case.

There Was No Evidence to Charge Trump With a Crime

The liberal watchdog group hoped to turn up evidence the administration participated in a coverup to protect the president and suspected he politicized the DOJ. The memo showed just the opposite. On March 24, 2019, assistant attorney general for the Office of Legal Counsel, Steven Engel, and Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General Edward O’Callaghan informed Attorney General William Barr they conducted a thorough review of the Mueller Report and potential obstruction of justice charges against the then-sitting president.

Engel and O’Callaghan determined Trump’s behavior, outlined in the report, didn’t amount to a criminal offense. On numerous occasions, the command in chief threatened to fire Mueller and made several public and private statements against those who threatened the legitimacy of his presidency.

The two long-time senior DOJ officials wrote none of the outbursts warranted a criminal prosecution for obstruction of justice for the sitting president. The memo added that Trump’s behavior was understandable. It concluded the president was frustrated because the politics of destruction and ongoing media narratives drove the allegations, insinuating the government committed an injustice against him. They noted the president’s warning to his allies not to “flip” was a sign they shouldn’t provide false testimony but tell the truth.

Additionally, Engel and O’Callaghan concluded the president reasonably believed the Mueller investigation interfered with his ability to govern the country.

DOJ Fought the Release

For nearly a year, the Justice Department fought the release of the report in federal court. A district judge ruled the department was acting disingenuously since the DOJ had already decided and ordered the document’s release. On appeal, government attorneys argued the memo shaped Barr’s statements about why there wasn’t enough evidence to charge the president with a crime. A three-judge panel of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the argument.

Instead of fighting any longer, the DOJ released the memo to the public.

There’s still one more investigation into Trump/Russia collusion. Special Counsel John Durham is looking into how the narrative began. There are bound to be more revelations.

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