The FISA memo that was released last week indicated that the FBI failed disclose all of the reasons and information behind their request to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on Carter Page and the Trump campaign. They failed to disclose that the reason for the warrant request was based upon information fed by Democrats to British spy Christopher Steele who authored the infamous Trump dossier that was largely proven to be false and which has now been proven to be the reason for the special counsel investigation of Donald Trump and the Trump campaign.
Representatives Devin Nunes (R-CA) and Jim Jordan (R-OH) appeared on Fox News and stated that the FBI violated their own rules when they applied for the FISA warrant. When Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) was asked about that on CNN, he would not answer the question.
(Constitution.com) – On Tuesday, several Congressmen appeared before the national media and what they had to say was pretty interesting.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) both made appearances on Fox News and said unequivocally that the FBI broke their own rules when they applied for a FISA warrant against Carter Page. Meanwhile, Adam Schiff (D-CA) appeared on CNN and when he was asked if the FBI acted improperly, he REFUSED to answer the question.
The answer is obvious.
Congressional Republicans KNOW that the FISA warrant application will eventually see the light of day and it will prove that the FBI acted improperly in an effort to spy on the Trump campaign. Congressional Democrats know the same thing, which is why they are doing their very best to change the conversation from FBI malfeasance, and to refocus the media on Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation…
As corrupt as Barack Obama was, it’s no surprise that so many who served under him were also corrupt and had no problem breaking the rules or laws. After all, if the ultimate example of leadership can do it, then why can’t everyone else? Democrats continue to try to defend the corruption that was in the Obama DOJ and FBI, but it’s like trying to put a small Band-Aid on a huge festering sore.