Judicial Watch member speaks at Chesterfield
Heroin, terrorism and federal investigations into corruption cases were the topics of a talk given Friday by Christopher J. Farrell, Judicial Watch’s main representative to the United Nations in New York.
Farrell delivered his lecture to the Palm Beach Business Group at its monthly breakfast meeting at The Chesterfield. About 30 people attended. Most attendees seemed receptive to Farrell’s discussion and participated in a quest ion-a nd-a nswer session in which Farrell made predictions about the future of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, how President Donald Trump would handle moves to impeach him and whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would be indicted (he said yes, but that Trump would pardon her.)
Judicial Watch is a nonpartisan nonprofit with conservative leanings that uses litigation and Freedom of Information Act requests to shed light on wrongdoing by government officials.
The watchdog group announced earlier this month that it estimated the Department of the Air Force spent nearly $1.3 million to fly the president to Palm Beach County on Air Force One during Trump’s first two trips after taking office.
Christopher J. Farrell speaks to the Palm Beach Business Group at The Chesterfield Friday.