FISA Is the Start, FISA Leads to Declas, Misspellings Matter [Video]

FISAAlexandra Bruce – After three years of Trump supporters being ridiculed and called “conspiracy theorists”, we now know that actors within the FBI intentionally concealed, intentionally altered and intentionally lied to put us through two and half years of the Mueller Investigation.

After three years of Trump being called a “Russian asset” and “Putin’s puppet”, we now know that the FBI and the entire Department of Justice misled the country and the world. The entire media knew this and not one of them lifted a finger to put an end to it.

A lot of hay was made yesterday on both sides of the aisle over the OIG Report’s finding that there was “no political bias” by FBI leadership in launching a counterintelligence probe of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign. The discussion of “no political bias” is a red herring. Continue reading “FISA Is the Start, FISA Leads to Declas, Misspellings Matter [Video]”

Horowitz Goes Full Comey

horowitzDaniel John Sobieski – Like disgraced former FBI director James Comey before him exonerating Hillary Clinton for her crimes, DOJ inspector  general Michael Horowitz presents us with a documented list of crimes, fraud, and deception in the FISA warrant application process by the FBI but then says never mind — these are  bureaucratic mistakes made without bias and without intent.

There still was sufficient predicate, says he, for starting an investigation and surveillance of Team Trump, even as Horowitz admits that the first FISA warrant, the one authorizing  surveilling Carter Page, was riddled with errors and omissions of key exculpatory evidence.  It was the first of four frauds committed on the FISA court, a felony.

We have confirmation that the first FISA application, at least, was based almost solely on what Comey himself called the “unverified and salacious” Steele dossier, paid for by the Clinton campaign and the DNC.

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President Trump Blasts “Current” FBI Director Wray Over Response to IG Horowitz Report

trumpKristinn Taylor – FBI Director Christopher Wray was publicly called out by the man who appointed him, President Donald Trump, for his swampy response to the report by Inspector General Michael Horowitz into FBI corruption regarding the Russia hoax investigation targeting the Trump campaign and White House.

Trump, who fired Wray’s predecessor James Comey in May 2017, curiously described Wray as the “current Director of the FBI”.

“I don’t know what report current Director of the FBI Christopher Wray was reading, but it sure wasn’t the one given to me. With that kind of attitude, he will never be able to fix the FBI, which is badly broken despite having some of the greatest men & women working there!” Continue reading “President Trump Blasts “Current” FBI Director Wray Over Response to IG Horowitz Report”

IG Report Lays Out “Incontrovertible Evidence” Obama FBI Misled FISA Court

Cristina Laila – According to award-winning investigative reporter John Solomon, the DOJ Inspector General’s report into Spygate lays out “incontrovertible evidence” that Obama’s FBI misled the FISA court with false information and omissions. Continue reading “IG Report Lays Out “Incontrovertible Evidence” Obama FBI Misled FISA Court”

Benchmarks to Look For in the Horowitz Report on FISA

horowitzLarry C. Johnson – There are some very clear markers that Senators Graham and Grassley laid down for Inspector General Horowitz in his investigation of the FISA process to spy on Carter Page. Since Graham will chair the hearing where IG Horowitz will present his report, I think it is pretty safe to assume that Graham will demand that Horowitz answer the issues he and Grassley raised in their letter of February 28, 2018.

Here is what IG Horowitz committed in writing to do in a letter dated March 28, 2018:

I write in response to your letter to me dated February 28, 2018, requesting that the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) review several matters, including issues surrounding the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) application and renewal of authority to conduct surveillance of a certain U.S. person under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). . . . Continue reading “Benchmarks to Look For in the Horowitz Report on FISA”