One of the Leaked Revelations in The Memo Is Disturbing

In early 2017 a spy warrant was approved by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to extend surveillance of Trump staffer Carter Page. The key question about this is how did they obtain the warrant. Was the infamous Russian dossier, a political funded hit piece, used to convince the FISA Court that there was a possible spy case here to be investigated? Will this be one of the things that are revealed when the House Intelligence Committee’s FISA Court memo is released to the public? Where will all this lead?

As Written and Reported By Kristina Wong for Breitbart: 

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein approved an application to extend surveillance of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page shortly after taking office last spring, according to the New York Times.

That is one of the revelations in a memo compiled by House Intelligence Committee staffers that is set to be released within weeks, according to “three people familiar with it” who spoke to the Times.

The memo is expected to detail abuses by senior FBI officials in their investigation of the Trump campaign, which began the summer of 2016.

The House Intelligence Committee could vote to release the memo as early as Monday. It would give President Trump five days to object; otherwise, the memo will be released.

Democrats, as well as the Justice Department, have warned that releasing the memo to the public would be “extraordinarily reckless,” although the leaks of the memo to the Timesmakes those claims dubious.

Democrats have also claimed that the memo, which summarizes classified information held by the Justice Department, is misleading and paints a “distorted” picture, and they have prepared their own counter memo they want to release……


NYT: DOJ’s Rod Rosenstein Extended Spy Warrant on Former Trump Campaign Adviser Carter Page

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