There have been two competing narratives when it comes to the Spygate scandal.
The first narrative is that nothing has been happening. This narrative claims that former Attorney General (AG) Jeff Sessions did nothing to investigate the Spygate plot, even though Department of Justice Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowitz provided Congress with evidence—in the form of text messages—of bias at the FBI in late 2017.
The narrative also claims that once Sessions was forced to resign, and was replaced with acting AG Matthew Whitaker, nothing continued to happen. In the same vein, it claims that under newly confirmed AG William Barr, the Spygate plotters are still allowed to walk away with no consequences.
The second narrative claims that much has been happening, but that it’s been deliberately kept out of sight for compelling reasons.
I have been tirelessly advocating for the second narrative for well over…