The FISC [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court] admitted that two of the spy warrants against Carter Page were not lawfully authorized as the FISA law states that American citizens cannot be secretly spied on by the US government absent probable cause that an American is unlawfully acting as a foreign agent.
Sharyl Attkisson filed a lawsuit against Rod Rosenstein for conducting illegal surveillance from 2011 to 2014 under a government operation. A forensic expert said that remote spies had access to Attkisson’s computer, files, photographs, internet activities, and could listen to her audio through Skype.
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.
Mark Levin says that Gowdy ignored many sound reasons for Rosenstein’s impeachment – and sees his performance in this matter as a repeat of Gowdy’s “go-nowhere” treatment of the Benghazi investigation, which he also chaired. [The unspoken question has arisen about Gowdy being a ‘mole’ among conservatives acting to appear to be a champion of reform but actually working to prevent it.]
During the Strzok hearing, it was revealed that former Inspector General Chuck McCullough discovered that nearly all of Hillary Clinton’s 30,000 emails on her homebrew server went to a foreign entity that isn’t Russia. Strzok ignored the revelation from McCullogh’s office. Four separate attempts were also made to notify DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz to brief him on the massive security breach, however Horowitz “never returned the call.”
Rosenstein’s indictment confirms that there were no Americans involved in either the hacking or the dissemination of the Democrats’ emails. The DNC has refused to allow an inspection of its servers. The timing of the announcement has led critics to believe that the deep state is trying to sabotage President Trump’s upcoming meeting with Russian President Putin.
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.]