Judicial Watch Fights for Freedom & Truth

The New York Times is owned by Rockefeller the Illuminati bankster. However they want to appear neutral in the war between good and evil and Conservatives with traditional values and the Liberal Conspiracy who wants a Marxist World Dictator i.e. Antichrist.
Here is what they say about one of the most prominent conservative organizations Judicial Watch which publishes the Verdict. This magazine exposes the criminal activities of Bush, Clinton, and Obama and their connections to the Communist Conspiracy. They are going counter to the Illuminati (through the Council on Foreign Relations) who control our media as described in the Protocols of the learned Elders of Zion.


According to its website, Judicial Watch is “a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law.” According to this New York Times article, Judicial Watch “was one of the Clintons’ original tormentors, a charter member of what Mrs. Clinton famously called a “‘vast right-wing conspiracy’ to destroy her and her husband by seizing on any potential scandal.”
Founded in 1994, this watchdog group uses Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits as its primary weapon of choice to expose alleged misconduct by government officials. NPQ has examined Judicial Watch’s tactics and initiatives occasionally in its nonprofit newswire through the years. The Times suggests that that this one nonprofit organization has accomplished more than any organization and even more than presidential nominee Donald Trump in pushing the meme that Hillary Clinton is a criminal.



To be fair, Judicial Watch also sued the administrations of Bill ClintonGeorge W. Bush, and Barack Obama, and a glance at their website will show many initiatives on display. Nevertheless, as the Times reminded us, Hillary Clinton is presently the subject of more than 20 ongoing Judicial Watch lawsuits.
Another tool Judicial Watch is a master at wielding is the media. Despite the dwindling resources for investigative journalism, few stories end up in the media by accident. Many stories result from organizations like Judicial Watch convincing reporters to run what they have to offer. Since reporters rarely reveal their sources, readers cannot know whether to trust the stories or not. Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, explained to the Times that Judicial Watch is also a media organization. “We’re filling multiple roles here in a Washington where the traditional vehicles for government accountability have broken down.”
They go on to try to discredit this organization.



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