For the past 9 months, Senator Bragg has been pursuing ASIC over the question whether it attempted to manipulate the Australian Senate on the morning of 27 October 2022 regarding the establishment of the current ASIC inquiry.
ASIC has confirmed that it did speak to Australian Senators and/or their staff prior to the vote in the Senate, but that communication was purely for information gathering purposes.
However, in the past week, John Adams has been able to obtain a smoking gun internal ASIC email via the Freedom of Information process from the morning in question.
The email shows that ASIC Chairman Jospeh Longo giving the order to his government relations team that he would like Senator Bragg’s motion to be altered. The response was that manipulating the Australian Senate was indeed possible.
This email proves the existence of a conspiracy ordered by the ASIC Chairman to manipulate the Australian Senate in complete contradiction of the constitutional doctrine of the separation of powers.
The revelation of this smoking gun email chain guarantees that this matter will now be referred to the Senate Privileges Committee for an independent investigation.