The first leak of the FISA memo has come out and it’s major news. The leak names the names of those who abused the process and it is bound to stir up more controversy. By now it should come as no surprise since the Democrat’s fake collusion has been falling farther apart every single day with accusations of bias and corruption. The leak mentions three of the players who abused the FISA court. They are James Comey, Andrew McCabe and Rod Rosenstein. No surprise there either. Those three have often been named as the perpetrators of the Trump dossier and collusion hoaxes.

A controversial Republican memo alleging surveillance abuse specifically names FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein along with former FBI Director James Comey.
Capitol Hill sources on both sides of the aisle say the memo’s release is only a matter of time. And when it comes out, these current and former officials — all GOP bêtes noires — are likely to face even more criticism from the right over their involvement in FBI counterintelligence work.
Republicans, including Trump himself, have spent months attacking McCabe and Comey while special counsel Robert Mueller has been investigating Team Trump’s connections to the Kremlin. Rosenstein put that probe in place—a move Trump has derided as a witch hunt. […]
Rep. Chris Collins, a New York Republican, told The Daily Beast that Nunes has told Republicans his staff spent months putting the memo together.
Trey Gowdy says that the FBI already has all the information that congress has and that the only thing they don’t have is the specific complaints contained therein. Here is what everything boils down to. It is illegal to use a false or unverified document to get a FISA warrant. Any presenting lies or innuendos to the judge is guilty of fraud and can suffer severe penalties under the law. By doing so, the FBI and DOJ were able to tap and track members of Trump’s campaign and transition team.
Furthermore, any information gotten through these illegal actions are not admissible in court, which means the Mueller probe could be shut down after the FISA memo comes out.
The Democrats have their own memo they plan to put out once the FISA memo is released. I happened to catch a glimpse of the first line of the Democratic memo. It starts out saying, “Once upon a time…”
As right-wing politicians and media are increasingly casting aspersions on special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, the deputy attorney general repeatedly defended Mueller on Wednesday.
Rod Rosenstein, Mueller’s boss, repeatedly fended off suggestions from Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee that Mueller and his team are on a fishing expedition and are biased politically against President Trump. Rosenstein also fended off a raised-voice suggestion from a GOP congressman that he needs to appoint a special counsel to investigate the Russia investigations.
Rosenstein called Mueller “a dedicated, respected and heroic public servant,” specifically mentioning the former FBI director’s Vietnam combat experience.
Asked if he saw any good cause to fire Mueller, Rosenstein flatly answered: “No.”
If Rosenstein was ordered to do so regardless – a direction that would most likely come from Trump – Rosenstein answered, “I would not.”
“I won’t take any action, unless he’s violated his duties,” Rosenstein told Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-TX).
The issue has come to the fore after news leaked that Mueller over the summer fired one of his investigators on loan from the FBI, Peter Strzok, after Strzok sent and received text messages in 2015 and 2016 calling Trump an “idiot” and the prospect of his election “fucking terrifying.”
Strzok is quickly becoming a cause célèbre in the right-wing media to imply that Mueller is running the politicized witch hunt that Trump has always maintained the Russia probe is.
That reached a crescendo on Wednesday morning on the panel, as multiple Republicans took off the gloves and openly disparaged Mueller and his team. Rep. Steve King (R-IA) suggested Strzok discredited both the Mueller probe and the prior inquiry into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, since the veteran counterintelligence agent worked on that one, too.
“If he has his hands in so many things, what about the fruit of the poisoned tree?” King wondered, using a legal term indicating an invalid predicate for a prosecution.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) leaned on Strzok’s texts to assert, without any evidence, that the FBI both paid for the Fusion GPS dossier on Trump and used it as the basis for a foreign-intelligence surveillance warrant. Jordan portrayed Strzok as a rogue “James Bond” and revived a failed congressional GOP effort to fire Mueller – with the twist of assembling a new probe to go after Mueller’s team.
“You can disband the Mueller [probe], and appoint a special counsel to look into this,” said Jordan, his voice raising.


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