The recent inspector general report revealed that the Crossfire Hurricane team and Department of Justice and FBI leaders fell for many of the false Russia collusion narratives the press pushed.
DOJ official Bruce Ohr called a meeting of several federal agencies to discuss ‘working with’ a Russian oligarch because of his belief, premised on the unverified Steele dossier, that Trump was corrupt.
Today is the deadline Judge Rosemary Collyer set for the government to inform the FISA court of how it will stop lying to obtain secret surveillance orders. The court needs to do much more.
The IG’s report shows FBI agents intentionally excluded derogatory information to maintain the apparent credibility of the sources they used to obtain the power to secretly surveil U.S. citizens.
The report established that the special counsel’s office was complicit in the FISA abuse, the probe was a witch hunt, and its report was a cover-up for systematic government malfeasance.
NBC News anchor Chuck Todd is the final Sunday news anchor still pushing the narrative that the Steele dossier is a reliable source of information.
The IG report concluded that several of Comey’s statements were inconsistent with statements from other federal officials, as well as evidence gathered as part of the FISA investigation.
The FISC this week ordered the FBI to advise the court of what steps FBI will take to ensure their abuses are not repeated. That should just be a start.
Horowitz told lawmakers that his team did not find that there was absolutely no bias impacting the FBI’s FISA warrant applications to spy on Trump campaign.
GOP Senator James Lankford blasted the FBI’s handling of FISA applications Wednesday arguing the FBI has thrown the nation’s courts down “years of turmoil.”
“Had the public known what the FBI knew at that time, it’s hard to imagine public support for continuing the investigation, much less the appointment of a special counsel four months later,” says Sen. Ron Johnson.
The FISA Court harshly rebuked the FBI in a Tuesday afternoon order, saying FBI misconduct in applying for warrants against the Trump campaign calls all past warrant applications into question.
Nunes outlines repeated assertions from Schiff that the inspector general’s report found to be completely untrue, including the idea that ‘FBI and DOJ officials did not omit material information from the FISA warrant.’
Steven Hall, a CNN national security analyst and former CIA chief of Russian operations, questioned which parts of the Steele dossier were false right after another federal report showing it was riddled with errors.
‘Far too many in the FBI and DOJ are willing to hide evidence, falsify documents and make up crimes to achieve their objectives.’
The debunked Steele Dossier at the heart of the Russian hoax peddled a conspiracy theory that Jewish Americans of Russian descent served as Russian agents.
DOJ IG Michael Horowitz admitted Wednesday that the FBI’s FISA applications used surveille the Trump campaign were based on the debunked Steele Dossier.
Michael Horowitz said the DOJ Inspector General report findings did not vindicate the FBI’s actions or absolve former FBI Director James Comey from wrongdoing.
After providing months of wall to wall impeachment coverage, CNN decided not to air the hearings with Inspector General Michael Horowitz.
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