Biden DOJ Spying On Journalists, Caught Hiding It From Federal Judge

Biden DOJ Spying on Journalists and HIDING IT from Federal Judge Analisa Torres who ruled Veritas device seisure was unconstitutional. James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas proves its excellence in journalism again bagging the Biden admin’s department of justice, who ordered Veritas journalist’s devices seized earlier. Bombshell Microsoft Corporation legal documents released by Project Veritas reveal that President Biden’s Department of Justice filed a series of secret warrants, orders, and a subpoena to surreptitiously collect privileged, and constitutionally protected, communications and contacts of eight Project Veritas journalists from Microsoft Corporation. The DOJ then muzzled Microsoft from disclosing these orders via a series of secrecy orders signed by magistrates!

Microsoft Corporation legal documents obtained by Project Veritas show that after a U.S. District Court Judge rejected the DOJ’s argument to ignore Project Veritas journalistic privileges, the DOJ went behind the judge’s back to obtain an extension on two sealed non-disclosure orders from a magistrate judge to conceal the fact they already had unsupervised access to privileged documents.

Project Veritas reports: Bombshell Microsoft Corporation legal documents released by Project Veritas reveal that President Biden’s Department of Justice filed a series of secret warrants, orders, and a subpoena to surreptitiously collect privileged, and constitutionally protected, communications and contacts of eight Project Veritas journalists from Microsoft Corporation. The Department of Justice then muzzled Microsoft from disclosing these orders via a series of secrecy orders signed by magistrates.

The documents further reveal the DOJ then went behind U.S. District Court Judge, Analisa Torres, back to obtain extensions on the gag orders on Microsoft from magistrate judges after Judge Torres ruled Project Veritas was entitled to journalistic privileges. Biden’s DOJ spying has not publicly disclosed the orders, warrants, or subpoenas to Judge Torres or Special Master Judge Barbara Jones, who was appointed by Judge Torres to protect Veritas’ journalistic privileges from potential DOJ overreach. Judge Torres ruled that the DOJ’s investigation must be overseen by Judge Jones and ordered the DOJ not to review any materials seized from Project Veritas without Judge Jones’ approval. 

Tim Poole from Timcast had this to say about Biden DOJ Spying behind Judge Analisa Torres back!

Project Veritas EXPOSES Biden Admin Spying On Journalists Behind Judge’s Back. Video Credit, Timcast/Rumble.

When a round of the SDNY’s NDOs requiring the spying to be kept secret began expiring in January 2022, the SDNY, having had their arguments rejected two out of two times by Judge Torres, apparently opted to again keep the surveillance of journalists secret from Judge Torres and instead obtained renewals of those orders from Magistrates who were apparently unaware of Judge Torres’ order. The SDNY’s final act of secrecy was seeking yet another round of renewals, prompting Microsoft to point out in a scathing un-filed motion that the government’s claims that Project Veritas might destroy evidence if the surveillance were disclosed were unsupportable.  

Biden DOJ Spying
Court orders bust Biden DOJ Spying despite judges orders to stop. Image credit, Project Veritas.

Microsoft pointed out that the DOJ’s investigation was already public and no proof that Project Veritas would destroy evidence had been offered by the SDNY.  As a result of Microsoft’s briefing, the SDNY relented and permitted Microsoft to disclose the surveillance, which Microsoft did within hours.  

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