Rep. Doug Collins Releases Transcripts Outlining Possible Bias at Justice and FBI

Yesterday, Congressman Doug Collins, Republican Leader and Ranking Member on the House Judiciary Committee, entered into the Congressional Record nine more transcripts of closed-door interviews with senior officials from the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation under the Obama-Biden Administration. They all relate to the Clinton investigation and origins of the Trump probe and so-called "campaign collusion" investigation.

This is the latest in Representative Collins's effort to offer clear and transparent information to the American public about possible bias against Mr. Trump. Previously, Representative Collins released scores of other transcripts, include the troubling testimony by Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

Last night, Representative Collins tweeted his House Floor speech where he entered this information to the record:


To summaries: Representative Collins stated on the House Floor:

Today, I'm releasing a final collection of those transcripts. The American people deserve transparency. They deserve to know what transpired at the highest levels of the FBI and the origin of the probe into President Trump's campaign… I have worked to release as many transcripts as possible because the American people deserve the truth.

The Washington Examiner notes that Representative Collins was instrumental in releasing the interviews of Obama-Biden's Attorney General Loretta Lynch and then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe - along with other key players including "former FBI Principal Deputy General Counsel Trisha Anderson, assistant director in charge of the FBI’s New York Field Office William Sweeny, [and] former FBI chief of staff James Rybicki."

All nine newly released transcripts can be viewed here.