Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said that the firing of former FBI agent Peter Strzok was "long overdue."
Judicial Watch is suing the Department of Justice for access to communications related to the infamous anti-Trump dossier.
FBI Agent Peter Strzok, formerly a senior counterintelligence official at the bureau, sent another top official a request to keep his investigatory powers as he transitioned to his role in the Mueller probe of President Donald Trump.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton urged President Trump to declassify documents used by the government to justify the FISA surveillance warrant against Carter Page, a former Trump campaign adviser.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said the Justice Department has shown an "utter contempt for Congress" by failing to provide documents related to the FBI's alleged use of an informant in President Trump's 2016 campaign.
As Republicans ramp up their investigation into the FBI's handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe, some Democrats are suggesting it's an effort to distract from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton joined Tucker Carlson to weigh in on the one-year anniversary of Robert Mueller's appointment to special counsel to investigate possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said new details about James Comey's leaking of memos is "further evidence of FBI corruption" during Comey's tenure as FBI director.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton called out James Comey for the fired FBI director's apparent political bias.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said it's "shameful" that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein only turned over the FBI memo that instigated the Russia investigation after being threatened with legal action.
The Department of Justice is still in "cover-up mode" on former Attorney General Loretta Lynch's infamous tarmac meeting with former President Bill Clinton, according to Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
In the wake of Friday's indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian companies for alleged election interference, President Trump is asking why the Obama administration did not do more to prevent Moscow's meddling.