Remember When Comey Pushed Back Against Trump On This?

Former FBI Director James Comey, in this FLASHBACK, was quick to dissuade the President from ordering an investigation into the Steele dossier. He told the President that he might look like he was investigating himself. What? had not Mr. Comey already signed an affidavit before the FISA Court to investigate the President? This sounds like Comey was intentionally giving bad advice to the President because he already knew what was in the works. Did President Trump somehow figure this out and that is the real reason the Comey received his walking papers? The shadow government left behind by the Obama administration seems to have been working overtime to keep their agenda running.

As Written and Reported By Aaron Klein for Breitbart: 

A four-page House Intelligence Committee memo released on Friday alleging abuse of surveillance authority may warrant a review of previous testimony in which former FBI Director James B. Comey admitted that he pushed back against a request from President Donald Trump to possibly investigate the origins claims made in the infamous anti-Trump dossier.

The surveillance memo, crafted by House Intelligence Committee Republicans, documents Comey signed three FISA court applications utilizing the anti-Trump dossier to conduct surveillance on Carter Page, who briefly served as a volunteer foreign policy adviser to Trump’s 2016 campaign.

The memo documents that on October 21, 2016, the FBI and Justice Department sought and received the FISA order against Page, and that the agencies sought the renewal of the order every 90 days in accordance with court requirements.  Renewals require separate finding of probable cause each time, the memo relates.

According to the memo, Comey “signed three FISA applications in question on behalf of the FBI, and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe signed one….


FLASHBACK: James Comey Pushed Back Against Trump Plan to Probe Origins of Dossier Claims

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