FISA Court’s Reaction to FISA Memo Will Speak Volumes Either FISA Court Was LIED TO and should Be OUTRAGED or it Was PART of Anti-TRUMP Conspiracy

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By Ben Barrack

The FISA Memo approved for release by Donald Trump is damning. As a result, the FISA Court itself warrants attention. The FBI and Department of Justice failed to disclose key facts to the court in its applications to obtain warrants to spy on Trump campaign officials. The memo alleges this happened no fewer than four times.

In addition, each time the FBI and DOJ applied for the warrant(s), they failed to disclose key facts. In theory, this should greatly anger the FISA judges to whom they lied. Consequently, those judges should speak up and take action.

If those judges remain silent, a far more sinister reality very well may exist. That reality? The FISA Court was part of the conspiracy to first ensure Hillary Clinton’s election and then to undermine Trump’s presidency.

Indisputable facts are that Hillary Clinton and the DNC paid Fusion GPS through Law Firm Perkins Coie. Fusion GPS used at least $160,000 of that money to hire former British spy Christophe Steele to continue opposition research on Trump. Steele met with the FBI no fewer than three times.

According to the Senate testimony of Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson, Steele met with an FBI official in Rome in July and then again in mid to late September.

[CLICK IMAGE TO READ GLENN SIMPSON’S SENATE TESTIMONY]

Furthermore, the FBI initiated that meeting.

From Glenn Simpson Senate Testimony

Steele also told a DOJ official that he was:

“desperate that Donald Trump not get elected and was passionate about him not being president.”

One month later, the FBI and DOJ went to the FISA Court.

Bias in FISA Applications

According to the FISA Memo, the October 21, 2016 FISA Application also cited a September 23rd Yahoo News article by Michael Isikoff. Steele was an unnamed source in that article. The application not only omitted this fact. It specifically stated Steele did not provide information to Yahoo. In reality, Steele admitted doing so.

…U.S. officials have since received intelligence reports that during that same three-day trip, Page met with Igor Sechin, a longtime Putin associate and former Russian deputy prime minister who is now the executive chairman of Rosneft, Russian’s leading oil company, a well-placed Western intelligence source (Steele) tells Yahoo News.

Steele also went to another far left-wing journalist. In an article by David Korn of Mother Jones one week before the election, Steele’s motives were clear. He wanted to prevent Trump from being elected. He also admitted to Corn that he was an FBI source:

…a former senior intelligence officer for a Western country (Steele) who specialized in Russian counterintelligence tells Mother Jones that in recent months he provided the bureau with memos, based on his recent interactions with Russian sources, contending the Russian government has for years tried to co-opt and assist Trump—and that the FBI requested more information from him.

FISA Outrage or Silence

The FISA Memo will reveal the truth about the FISA Court. There really are only three options.

1.) The FBI and DOJ willingly lied to the FISA Court and successfully deceived it, in which case the Court would be rightly outraged. Presumably, that outrage would manifest itself in the court speaking out against the FBI and DOJ.

2.) The FISA Court was in on the game and was a willing co-conspirator in the plot. Presumably, that level of participation would manifest itself in the court’s silence.

3.) The FISA Court just looked away and begged the FBI and DOJ to lie to it.

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