Kevin Clinesmith, a former FBI lawyer who forged surveillance documents to frame up a Trump adviser amidst the Russiagate hoax, has had his license restored to practice law by the Washington D.C. bar.
The District of Columbia Bar Association has restored Clinesmith in “good standing” to practice law, even though he is still serving probation after pleading guilty in August 2020. Clinesmith falsified information to justify surveillance of Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
The D.C. bar only suspended him, months after his conviction, after they were exposed by the media. They initially intended to give him no repercussions for his heinously unethical behavior and ended up only giving him a slap on the wrist.
Big League Politics reported about Clinesmith’s conviction as he was one of the few individuals who were forced to suffer any repercussions for the massive conspiracy to paint Trump as a Russian agent in order to overturn the 2016 presidential election:
“Former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith has been sentenced to 12 months of probation and 400 hours of community service after pleading guilty to tampering with an email that was used to get a FISA secret court warrant to spy on former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.
Clinesmith pleaded guilty in August to “one count of making a false statement within both the jurisdiction of the executive branch and judicial branch of the U.S. government, an offense that carries a maximum term of imprisonment of five years and a fine of up to $250,000.” The courts let him off without the prison time.
No more indictments are expected as the Biden regime will shutter the investigation into Russia-gate. U.S. Attorney John Durham slow rolled the investigation at the behest of Attorney General Bill Barr to protect the deep state from any real culpability.
The reality is starting to set in for conservatives that they have been duped, and there will be no accountability for the illegal spying operation put into place against President Trump by holdovers from the Obama/Biden regime.
“If you look at the wrongdoing, the abuse of power that has taken place, people will feel very unsatisfied if only Clinesmith is charged,” said Curt Levey, who is president of the Committee for Justice.
“There are certainly people who should be held accountable and go to jail,” he added.
While some still hold out hope for Durham to charge Russia-gate conspirators, it has been obvious that his investigation was a sham for quite some time.”
The Washington D.C. swamp protects its own as the rule of law disintegrates. The U.S. lives under anarcho-tyranny now.