Friday, November 22, 2019

Here is a List of FBI, DOJ Officials Who Signed Off on Carter Page FISA Documents

Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham announced this week that he will hold a public hearing on Dec. 11 featuring Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz.

And the Deep State-media complex is already spinning ahead of the IG report on FISA abuses which is expected out before the hearing on Wednesday December 11th.

CNN reported Thursday that one FBI official is under criminal investigation for altering surveillance documents on Carter Page.

According to CNN, one FBI official, who was not named, has already admitted to making the drastic changes to the documents, which Horowitz turned over to US Attorney from Connecticut John Durham.

The alterations were significant enough to have shifted the document’s meaning and came up during a part of Horowitz’s FISA review where details were classified, according to the sources, reported CNN.

In February of 2018, then-Chairman of the House Intel Committee Devin Nunes (R-CA) released a 2-page FISA memo revealing who signed off on the FISA application and three subsequent renewals on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.

The FBI and DOJ obtained one FISA warrant in October of 2016 and three subsequent renewals on Carter Page, and the fourth and final FISA renewal was signed in June of 2017.

As required by law, a FISA order must be renewed by the FISC [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court] every 90 days and each renewal requires a separate finding of probable cause.

Despite being spied on for nearly one year, Carter Page was never charged with a crime, so what did the FBI present to the FISA judges on Carter Page that was so damning that it prompted the judges to grant a total of FOUR FISA warrants?

According to Nunes’ FISA memo, then-FBI Director James Comey signed the first three FISA applications on behalf of the FBI and then-Deputy Director Andrew McCabe signed the fourth one.
Then-DAG Sally Yates, then Acting DAG Dana Boente, and DAG Rod Rosenstein signed one or more FISA applications on behalf of the DOJ, according to the FISA memo. (Rosenstein signed the fourth one along with McCabe in June of 2017).

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