JAY SEKULOW, ACLJ
Yesterday, we detailed irregularities at the FBI and the newly reported counterintelligence investigation of President Trump. Now, new revelations have been brought to light that the FBI’s former General Counsel may be under criminal investigation for leaking.
Today on the broadcast we discussed James Baker, former General Counsel for the FBI under then-Director Comey, reportedly stating through his attorney during congressional testimony that he is currently under a federal criminal investigation.
At the ACLJ, we have experience with these kinds of FBI investigative irregularities.
We’ve taken the FBI to court to obtain evidence when they hid key information from the American public about potential corruption at both the DOJ and FBI. We now know James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, and James Baker were all involved. Now, all of those individuals no longer work at the FBI – either fired or resigned.
Next week, we’re back in court against the FBI Deep State, and we’re preparing a major appeal in our case to force the FBI to actually comply with the law.
As we said yesterday, it’s a sad commentary when you can’t trust the FBI to follow the rule of law. Senator Lindsey Graham said it best when he told Attorney General nominee William Barr at his confirmation hearing, “we’re relying on you to clean this place up.”
You can listen to the entire episode here.
Jay Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), one of the most prestigious law firms in the country. He is an accomplished Supreme Court advocate, renowned expert on religious liberty, a number 1 New York Times-bestselling author, and a respected broadcaster. Jay Sekulow is an attorney with a passion for protecting religious liberty – freedom – democracy. For nearly a quarter of a century, he’s been on the front lines – working to protect religious and constitutional freedoms in the courts, in Congress, and in the public arena. At the Supreme Court of the United States, Jay Sekulow has argued 12 cases – including several landmark cases which have become part of the legal landscape in the area of religious liberty litigation.
Used with the permission of the American Center for Law and Justice.