The newly released inspector general report confirms that the FBI would not have been able to spy on former Trump aide Carter Page if it weren’t for Hillary Clinton-funded allegations.
The media has ignored several significant revelations detailed in the FBI report Inspector General Michael Horowitz released last week.
‘Those of us in the field were constantly working against the clock … while the bureaucrats in Washington took their sweet time reviewing our handiwork.’
Democrats and media are trying to deflect from the House memo by saying the Russia investigation really started in July 2016. That argument doesn’t work in their favor.
Lots of somebodies are lying about what’s inside and behind the House Intelligence Committee memo charging abuse of secret surveillance measures.
No matter what additional facts Democrats disclose, the FBI and DOJ’s conduct is inexcusable and worthy of censure. Here’s why.
The memo asserts the FBI and DOJ scrubbed the Steele dossier of relevant political context when presenting it to the FISA court as a basis for a surveillance warrant.
Are Republicans overplaying the memo? It’s entirely possible. But there is still no legal or ethical reason for the American people not to see it.
Americans should be reassured that the federal law enforcement agencies are working to keep America safer rather than focused on revenge against political enemies.
The wiretapping of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is a bombshell that raises many questions about the motives and method of such surveillance.
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