The Best Explanation of What the FISA Memo Says, What It Means and How Mueller Will Be Destroyed

Its long but worth the watch:

We told you so! Mueller’s toast. Nunes is a hero and Trump . . . well, he’s a genius. What a grand day for liberty-loving patriots and a dour day for the fetid and olid Deep State. Bwahahahahaha!
The Nunes FISA memo release accuses senior officials at the DOJ of inappropriately using biased opposition research into then-candidate Trump to obtain surveillance warrants on transition team members as part of the federal investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia, ZeroHedge reports.
According to the document, information from the the so-called Steele dossier was “essential” to the acquisition of surveillance warrants on Trump campaign aide Carter Page. It claims that then-deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe told the committee in December that without the information from the Steele dossier, no surveillance warrant for Page would have been sought.
The memo alleges that the political origins of the dossier — paid for by Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) — were not disclosed to the clandestine court that signed off on the warrant request.……

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7 thoughts on “The Best Explanation of What the FISA Memo Says, What It Means and How Mueller Will Be Destroyed”

  1. Sorry, I just do not see all the clamor over the Nunes’ memo.
    Yes, it says a few things of interest, but none of them are decisive or definitive.
    First, we have no idea from this partial document what role the dossier played for a FISA warrant. Was it 100% of supporting documentation or 1%. I do believe anyone can see that makes a big difference.
    The Dossier was understood by many quite early as a political product and not a genuine report. See: It is corrupt, but what is new about corrupt political maneuvers in America? Of course, even corrupt products may contain threads of truth and, indeed, are more credible when they do.
    Second, the Nunes’ memo is the product of a party partisan. I know very little about Nunes, but given the intellectual and emotional chaos under which Washington has worked for a year or so, no fair-minded person can take it as great authority. Counter claims about everything under the sun are to be heard and read. When you kick up that much dust, and from two sides, you can hardly expect to see anything clearly.
    Third, I find it stunning that anyone is even the least bit surprised that the FBI may have been used politically.
    If you are surprised, in what remote place have you been living or do you ever read anything? My God, the entire history of the FBI is dirty with politics, both Republican and Democratic politics, and that’s to say nothing of its shameful record of incompetence in criminal matters. There is a huge list of bent operations and anti-Constitutional operations, a huge list.
    The FBI has functioned for much of its existence as an American Stasi. It has no honorable record of functioning as a proper, upright, and authoritative agency.
    For those who do not understand this, please see this:

      • Well, if you are any good example, no wonder there’s so much noise about nothing.
        I get paid nothing. I belong to no political party. And I don’t even live in the US.
        But I take an interest in public affairs.
        And, anyone may easily check me out quickly. I have many sites. I’ve written many essays and a book.
        Usually a good idea to know what you are talking about before opening your mouth.

        • WRONG! BIG BOY! I’m as informed as you are…if not more so! I’ve been at this for a while as well.
          “…belong to no political party”…but you have an agenda! Since you “…don’t even live in the US…” what’s your point? Don’t tell me, you want to see right prevail. We don’t need you!

    • Of course anyone honest knows the FBI is crooked and commits unconstitutional crimes, so tell me why the entire establishment was in denial of that and now even they can’t lie about it anymore. How can that not be a positive?
      Anyone pretending to care about the constitution sees it as a positive that so many establishment politicians, media figures and ordinary citizens are discussing in the open what many of us knew all along. To downplay that certainly smacks of a paid agenda. But I take your word, perhaps you really are disingenuous enough to try to downplay the first story in decades that forces the mainstream to acknowledge what you have already admitted is a gross injustice.
      If you truly understand the system is as evil as you say it is, you are glad when the establishment and mainstream is forced to admit it, or you are trying to talk this down, because deep down you prefer corruption.

  2. And JUST WHAT are they going to do about this in Congress other than totally IGNORE it and keep on keeping on in their criminal ways? Issue arrest warrants for the guilty? HA HA in your dreams…..


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