The senators said Americans were disturbed to learn that agents weaponized surveillance powers for political purposes, and should see the whole investigation.
The House Intelligence Committee’s Kash Patel said senior intelligence officials ‘continuously impeded’ the documents’ release – usually by slow-walking their reviews of the material.
Carter Page seeks damages of no less than $75 million from the U.S. government and other former officals involved in the Crossfire Hurricane investigation.
Joe Biden announced Monday he plans to nominate Avril Haines, a former deputy to Obama CIA Director John Brennan.
Andrew McCabe admitted ‘unacceptable’ errors were made throughout the FBI’s investigation, yet he insisted that as second-in-command, he was wrongly fired.
The lies, omissions, and mischaracterizations are designed to prevent oversight and accountability of Russia hoax that the Washington Post perpetuated.
A top DOJ attorney expressed regret for signing off on the federal spy warrants against Carter Page, a former Trump campaign affiliate during the FBI’s Russian collusion investigation.
A newly declassified June ruling from a FISA court shows the government lied about its legal basis for spying on former Trump campaign official Carter Page.
It isn’t Carter Page who should be apologizing to his family for what they’ve gone through. It’s the Crossfire Hurricane team, the members of the special counsel team, and the press.
The FBI’s interview notes for Joseph Mifsud confirms the purported basis for the launch of Crossfire Hurricane was a pretext for spying on the Trump campaign.
Graham and his staff kept Republican members of the Judiciary Committee in the dark about an interview of key Russiagate figure Joe Pientka on Thursday, multiple sources told The Federalist.
FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith’s guilty plea suggests another area ripe for inquiry: FBI Agent Stephen Somma’s misrepresentation of Trump campaign details to a secret federal court.
Because they were co-conspirators in the hoax, too many in the corporate media are serving as obstacles to holding the FBI and other powerful government agencies accountable for their actions.
Congress has forgotten how to do actual oversight, but the process can still be salvaged.
Gregg Jarrett’s book, ‘Witch Hunt,’ does a fine job chronicling the dishonesty and corruption behind America’s intel agencies’ failed attempt to take down President Trump.
Kevin Clinesmith ‘put my very life at risk,’ Carter Page told The Federalist on Friday, after Clinesmith was charged by DOJ with fabricating evidence to justify illegal spy warrants against Page.
Clinesmith falsified documents and helped the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane Team omit exonerating evidence about Carter Page on four separate FISA applications.
Kevin Clinesmith, a former top lawyer in James Comey’s FBI, pleaded guilty on Friday to falsifying a federal spy warrant against Carter Page.
The subpoena demands all documents be turned over to Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz by Aug. 20.
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