Judicial Watch discovered the FISA Court held no hearings on the surveillance warrant applications from the FBI that was based on Christopher Steele’s ‘dirty dossier”. Three of the warrants were executed after President Trump was elected. The fourth renewal of the warrant was signed under Mueller’s reign, implicating him in using the fraudulent document.
Rod Rosenstein, the top official in the Department of Justice (DOJ) overseeing Robert Mueller’s investigation, is being impeached for failure to comply with House oversight requests. The House conservatives further chastised the DOJ and Rosenstein for withholding embarrassing documents, knowingly hiding information, abusing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) process, and failure to comply with Congressional subpoenas.
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions appointed US Attorney, John Huber, to investigate abuses by the FBI and DOJ during the Obama administration, such as FISA surveillance of Trump and Uranium One. Obama first appointed Huber in 2015. [The chances of Huber finding any serious crimes committed by any member of the Obama administration are between zero and none. Once again, President Trump’s supporters must find a reasonable excuse for an unreasonable appointment.]
In September, 2016, FBI lawyer Lisa Page was preparing talking points for James Comey to update Obama on the agency’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, and she sent a text to her paramour, fellow FBI agent, Peter Strzok, that said, “potus wants to know everything we’re doing.” This raises questions about what Obama knew and when he knew it. Representative, Louis Gohmert, says that either the FISA judge was duped or he is part of the fraud.
The FBI and DOJ presented the dossier to the FISA court to get the wiretap warrant and signed an affidavit affirming they believed the dossier was reliable, but they knew it was funded by Democratic Party money and that the author of the dossier hated Trump. Three weeks ago, Rod Rosenstein threatened House Intel Chairman Devin Nunes and other members of Congress, saying he was going to subpoena their texts and messages because he was tired of dealing with the Intel Committee. [The American government has been infiltrated by an elite group of high-ranking officials in the intelligence community (the Deep State) who think they are rightfully in charge, and that Congress should just shut up and do what it is told. The bright side is there is much more to be exposed and, if the elites don’t start a hot war or trigger a banking collapse to distract public attention, it is possible that this exposure of corruption and fraud just might lead to healthy changes in Washington, DC.]
James Comey, Rod Rosenstein, and Andrew McCabe signed off on the requests for FISA court authority to spy on Trump based on the fraudulent Trump dossier that was filled with lies and also was know to have been paid for by Hillary Clinton’s campaign. It is now apparent that America’s intelligence agencies no longer can be trusted. Yet, in the name of national security, they are allowed to work in secrecy and have the ultimate power to take human life. When Trump eventually leaves office, these agencies will remain. Americans should be very nervous about that.
Judge Napolitano accused the 22 House Intel members of delaying the release of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) memo to keep 500 Congressmen in the dark about domestic spying abuses. He contends that Congress would not have voted to expand the FISA program, as it did seven days earlier, if the memo had been released prior to the vote. He concludes that the intelligence community, which is supposed to be regulated by Congress, actually is controlling Congress.
Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe resigned before House Republicans voted in favor of releasing the classified memo that reportedly shows that the FBI abused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) when they used the ‘dirty dossier’ to obtain warrants to spy on the Trump campaign in 2016. Fox News reports that McCabe is named in the memo. Democrats lost their fight to prevent the memo from being exposed to the public.
A review of a classified document outlining what is described as extensive abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) was made available to all members of the House on Thursday. Those familiar with the content believe it is so explosive that it could lead to the removal of senior officials in the FBI and Department of Justice and could put an end to Mueller’s investigation of Russian collusion. Representative Lee Zeldin is demanding the memo to be released to the public immediately.