‘Alarming’ Memo Indicates Massive FISA Abuse

The confidential memo may end the Mueller investigation, DOJ & FBI careers, and culminate with jail sentences.

If you have been wondering why the Mueller investigation has been dragging on for the past year without a single indictment related to Trump-Russia collusion but instead seems to be digging into other unrelated matters simply to remain relevant, a classified report released yesterday may hold some of the answers.

According to Sara Carter and Fox News, a classified document viewed by several members of the House Intelligence Committee and then made available to all House members details “explosive” Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) abuses that are tied to the GPS Fusion dossier.

According to Fox News, the four-page memo that alleges “United States government surveillance abuses is being described by lawmakers as ‘shocking,’ ‘troubling’ and ‘alarming,’ with one congressman likening the details to KGB activity in Russia.”

The memo is apparently the work product of the investigation mentioned by House Intelligence Committee Chair, Devin Nunez (R-CA), who previously stated, “We have had an ongoing investigation into DOJ [Department of Justice] and FBI since mid-summer for both FISA [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court] abuse and other matters that we can’t get into too much. But it is very concerning.”

According to Sara Carter, “The document also apparently outlines ‘several problematic’ issues with how FISA warrants were ‘packaged, and used’ state several sources with knowledge of the report.”  Elaborating, she stated, “But the government official, who viewed the document said ‘it will be tough for a lot of people to see this and especially the media, which has been attempting to deemphasize the dossier. It’s going to punch a hole in their collusion narrative.’”

IMPORTANT UPDATE 01-21-18:  The House Intelligence Committee decided to release the memo to the public.

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  1. When the “memo” becomes public it may lessen the division between party lines. Maybe then the country can heal and team work can be done to strengthen America.

    1. One can only hope… I think the government shutdown last night has the potential of doing the same thing since early polling indicates the public is blaming the Democrats. Public sentiment regarding both the memo details (if rigorously reported) and the shutdown may just help people unite against the bureaucrats standing in the way of an agenda aimed at helping the American people…all the American people.

  2. This Mueller investigation taught the American public one thing, if not many. Political witch hunts have become a norm in the daily political discussion, and it is now acceptable to go after the winner until they concede. That is, until they decided to try it out on Trump. The only thing that I am waiting for, and that may be a long time, is for a lot of people to be indicted that Mueller is not ready, willing or able to indict. He isn’t even interested in the real crimes that took place. The memo may get us to the point of indictments, but it will have to be by someone who has the character and is willing to go against all the political winds sailing against it. all the abuses will continue until the Republicans put a stop to it by getting someone in Justice who still has little to no partisan issues to indict, prosecute and convict a lot of Democrat operatives in the government, from Hillary Clinton to Peter Strzok. That’s a lot of jail cells, but that’s the only recourse the republic has if it wishes to survive.
    The Democrats want to destroy the republic and have taken it this far to demonstrate it.

    1. Well, here’s to hoping that John Huber, the US Attorney in Utah to whom Inspector General Horowitz has referred his findings for “possible” criminal prosecution, (A) stays alive long enough to prosecute those who are guilty, and (B) is able to build a rock solid case against each and every one of them so they are unable to wiggle their way free. I haven’t written about any of this for weeks because I’m not confident anyone has the will to get the job done. And, if they do succeed in prosecuting them, whether the guilty will still be within reach of US law enforcement. I’ve heard rumors of at least one relocating to a country without extradition. We’ll see if they can make this into anything more than a show…

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