Judicial Watch


Judicial Watch Court Victory: Clinton / Mills depositions delayed not denied

A judge sided with Judicial Watch in its ongoing effort to obtain Hillary Clinton’s missing emails. A court said Judicial Watch may continue its process of discovery, including ‘in-person’ depositions of key State Department officials. However, the judge did put a delay on those depositions. Nevertheless, Judicial Watch’s Chris Farrell sees this as a very positive sign and an important victory in the case. One America’s John Hines caught-up with Farrell and the senior attorney in the case, following that ruling.


WATCH: Judicial Watch investigating Epstein’s death

Government watchdog group Judicial Watch is seeking some answers as it launches its own investigation into Jeffrey Epstein’s death. One America’s John Hines caught up with the group’s president — Tom Fitton — who said the circumstances of Epstein’s death look like another scandal for the Department of Justice.


Judicial Watch: Newly release 302’s are ” smoking gun” proof of FBI malfeasance

Judicial Watch has released the FBI 302 interviews of former Justice Department lawyer Bruce Ohr, which prove critical information about the political bias of the author of the Steele dossier was withheld from the FISA court. Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton told One America News the 302 documents break open the Spygate scandal that criminally victimized President Trump. One America’s John Hines has more from Washington.




Judicial Watch President: Obama White House covered up Clinton email scandal

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton says there is now clear evidence of an Obama-era White House cover-up of Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified emails. This comes after newly released testimony from former State Department official John Hacket
t, who was in charge of records management at the State Department. One America’s John Hines sat down with Fitton and has this exclusive interview.