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FISA Court Declares Two Carter Page Surveillance Warrants Invalid

More evidence reveals the scandal of the Obama administration's targeting of Trump.

Thomas Gallatin · Jan. 24, 2020

While the mainstream media is preoccupied with breathlessly reporting every angle of the House Democrats’ impeachment charade, more evidence exposing the biggest scandal in American political history — implicating Barack Obama’s administration and not President Donald Trump — was made public. On Thursday, the Justice Department published the declassified and redacted version of a FISA Court order revealing that two of the FBI’s surveillance-application renewals for former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page were “not valid” due to “material misstatements and omission.” Therefore, the court said, the FBI had “insufficient predication to establish probable cause to believe that Page was acting as an agent of a foreign power.”

Notably, the two FISA applications ruled “not valid” were the second and third Page surveillance renewals signed by then-FBI Director James Comey and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, respectively. Furthermore, the court has yet to make a ruling on the validity of the original FISA warrant application and the first renewal, which may indicate they are still under investigation by U.S. Attorney John Durham.

Finally, isn’t it ironic that Adam Schiff, the Democrat leading the effort to remove Trump from office on the dubious charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, obstructed and lied about congressional Republicans’ efforts to investigate the deep-state plot to take Trump out? This is the genuine scandal that should have every American up in arms.

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