Freedom News Digest: THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2022 The Secret Service’s Obstructions of Justice

To be pleased with one’s limits is a wretched state.

— Johann Goethe

July 22, 2022
The Secret Service’s Obstructions of Justice
According to an article on the website Alternet, “Former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner is calling for a “criminal investigation” into the U.S. Secret Service‘s deleted text messages” relating to the congressional investigation into the January 6 protests at the Capitol….
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