Nellie Ohr Research Was Provided To FBI For FISA Application Source Material…

Like you, I’m going through the HPSCI Memo release FISA and mining some of the more nuanced facts the media will overlook. This one is quite explosive (memo page 3 pdf-pg 4):

That is a stunning aspect.  Nellie Ohr was hired by Fusion GPS in/around the end of April, beginning of May, 2016. According to the memo, while employed by the Clinton Campaign (via Fusion) to do opposition research on Donald Trump, Nellie Ohr’s findings were delivered directly to the FBI by her husband Bruce Ohr.

Mrs. Nellie Ohr’s findings were not only delivered to the FBI (likely to Peter Strzok) by her husband, DOJ Offical Bruce Ohr, but her findings were used in the FISA Court application and never revealed to the FISA Court.

As such, the Hillary Clinton campaign was funneling opposition research to the FBI through contracted agents of the campaign (Fusion) and their employees (Nellie Ohr).

The FBI then used the Clinton Opposition Research to supplement their ongoing FISA surveillance of Donald Trump campaign officials.

We suspected that was what was happening.  We outlined the strong likelihood that was happening.  However, yeah, that’s a big deal to see confirmed.

Review continues…

ps. Where might this go?  To the contractor question:  Don’t be surprised to discover Nellie Ohr, having a pre-existing relationship with the FBI and CIA, was one of the 2016 contractors pointed out within the admonitions of the FISA Court in 2017.

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919 Responses to Nellie Ohr Research Was Provided To FBI For FISA Application Source Material…

  1. kenmar1965 says:

    It bothers me that Sundance does not get credit from Rush, Sean, and others for putting these pieces together.
    Those people are acting like they broke this story.
    The information in the “memo” was predicted here first.

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  2. Raffaella says:

    Fact: Rosenstein signed one of the FISA memos.
    Fact: FISA memos mislead the FISA court as to the source and other details.
    Fact: knowingly misleading the FISA court is a crime.

    How can Rosenstein remain in his job?
    Shouldn’t he at least be on leave of absence until this is fully investigated and resolved?

    Where the hell is Jeff Sessions? I am truly tired of waiting for him to come through for us.

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  3. D. Manny says:

    2016-10-21 FISA warrant on Carter Page obtained
    ————————————
    This is just wrong on so many levels….
    1. Carter Page was gone from the campaign by this time for over a month. How can you obtain a warrant on somebody that doesn’t exist?
    2. The source for the info about Carter Page was fired nine days after obtaining the warrant for truthfulness issues.
    3. Carter Page didn’t provide any material support to the Trump campaign and wasn’t even paid.
    4. The FBI lied on the FISA application in order to obtain the warrant.
    5. After firing Steele for truthfulness issues, the FBI continued to use the dossier to continue to get extensions on the warrant, without disclosing to the FISA court Steele’s veracity issues.
    6. The FBI keeps wavering as to whether they actually verified the dossier or not, but have yet to provide any evidence of that verification process.

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  4. The Boss says:

    Let’s all remember (all the way back to this morning) this memo is the tip of the iceberg.
    A very slow-motion nuclear blast is underway. VERY VERY slow.
    The core media complex and democrats are in meltdown.
    Instant gratification is NOT an option.
    But gratification will be epic.
    Enjoy the show folks.

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  5. Joe says:

    This was nothing short of an attempted coup!

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    • Fire Dog says:

      Yes! Has anyone paid attention to Nellie Ohr’s eyes that reflect her mental insanity?
      To be sure, OHR is a Marxist prostitute … a VIPER that hatched and sprung up from Hell.

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      • Lonnie says:

        Why did Nellie Ohr need the ham radio after she went to work for Fusion GPS? There is more there than we know about. I actually believe Nellie was primarily behind the fabrication of the dossier, moreso than Steele. I think she transmitted her fabrications to Steele via the radio.

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        • farrier105 says:

          Ohr would only have to present them to Simpson. Ohr was paid $500,000 for her work there while Steele only got about $190,000. Who did most of the work? However, some of the grammar in the writing suggests that RUSSIANS participated. There is an Infowars video out there that highlights some of that “Moose and Squirrel” grammar. It is like Natasha or Boris wrote it in an accent.

          Steele was just a front. “Step right up ladies and gentlemen, here is CHRISTOPHER STEELE, ex-British spy, a real James Bond type, to present to you the TRUMP-RUSSIA DOSSIER!!! You know you can believe it when a spy has an accent like Steele’s!”

          Other than front, I doubt Steele wrote ANY of it, but hey could not have gotten the FISA warrant without him. Basically, the dossier charges the (then) DEMOCRAT Trump with sharing intel with Putin himself and Putin with blackmail on Trump, all from a BRITISH SPY!”

          I can hear the FISA judge experiencing the James Bond theme stuck in his head all day after approving the application.

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          • farrier105 says:

            So it was STEELE’s name and background that McCabe needed to SELL THE DOSSIER to the FISC judge. Once he performed that role, Steele could be launched out of the Austin-Martin with the catapulting passenger seat.

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      • Every time I see that Nellie Ohr picture I think of the crazy Mrs. Finkle in Ace Ventura Pet Detective–Laces Out!

        hope the picture posts…it’s not the image that comes to mind but the closes I could find with a quick Bing image search…

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  6. George True says:

    The memo clearly shows that multiple named officials at the top of the FBI and the DOJ committed federal FELONIES in their failed attempt to prevent Donald Trump from being elected, and also in their failed attempt to fabricate bogus charges against Trump in order to get him impeached and removed from office. And it is obvious that this is just the tip of a Mt Everest sized iceberg. There will be other memos as follow-ons to this one, all supported by unimpeachable evidence of many FELONIES committed by numerous players as they attempted their coup d’état and then the subsequent obstruction of justice as they destroyed evidence of their wrongdoing.

    And what does Jeff Sessions have to say about all this? Here is what he said today about what the memo revealed : “No department is perfect.” Seriously?? Really?? This is not just shabby investigating, or well-intentioned mistakes made by the highest officials of the FBI and DOJ. These are willful and intentional FELONIES committed by these officials for the purpose of rigging an election, and then attempting to overthrow a lawfully elected government. And all Sessions can say is “No department is perfect”.

    Along with many other Treepers I have been deeply disturbed and mystified as to why Sessions has been MIA for the last year. And I have followed the admonition to hold my tongue as to why he does not seem to be going after the corruption and lawlessness in his own department. And I have been hoping is was all part of a well orchestrated plan to give the criminals in the DOJ and the IC enough rope to hang themselves. But this latest remark brings all my doubts to the fore once again. Is he being blackmailed? Is he a swamp creature after all? Or does he just not have the stomach for what has to be done? As more memos are released and more evidence comes out, it will be apparent that many of the players who need to be prosecuted are long-time acquaintances of Sessions, and perhaps some of those are long-time friendly and cordial acquaintances. And perhaps because of that he is not the right guy for this particularly nasty job that needs to be done.

    I sincerely hope and fervently pray that the real strategy is to smoke out those who gave these minions their orders. If successful, such a strategy will almost certainly lead to a number of “high government officials”, very likely to Hillary Clinton and to Obama, and perhaps even to global players such as Soros. If Sessions is playing Inspector Clouseau when he is really Detective Columbo then he is doing a great job of playing his part. I would not mind being fooled for the time being if they are really in the process of catching the big fish. But right now, it is downright discouraging to hear such a mealy mouthed response from the highest law enforcement official in our government.

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    • MaryLS says:

      “No department is perfect.” that is a very stupid statement on the part of Sessions. He needs to get serious, or Trump needs to get rid of him.

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    • KBR says:

      For those here at CTH who continue to insist that SD sees Sessions as solidly whitehatted,

      Please review here:

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/11/03/report-attorney-general-jeff-sessions-recuses-himself-from-uranium-one-investigation/

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    • Stick says:

      Completely agree with u. I have that terrible feeling this is all gonna go know where. 2 yrs from know we r still gonna be waiting for worthless sessions to lower the hammer, and it ain’t never gonna happen. Trump is one man and he can only do so much. Sessions is a good man, but a worthless wimp, Rosenstein and Wray or cover up, pieces of swamp debris to say the best, treasonous dirtbags at worst. How in the world people on this website can continue to believe they r secretly working with trump to bring this into the light is beyond me. I don’t even have much faith that the IG report is gonna amount to anything

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    • Jedi9 says:

      Yeah, I got to agree, and sadly, I must admit I am very disappointed in Sessions, as I am sure many others are too, but I am willing to wait this thing out in order to get a full and accurate accounting of the facts. Like SD said previously, this is just the tip of the iceberg, or in another term, the “first domino to fall.” At least that is my hope and the expectation is that this whole scandal and uncovering it is a process that calls for extreme patience, as many are playing it’s game to stay covered but in it to win it at all costs. This is just a move, such as a pawn threatening a queen, not a checkmate move. Like Chess, there is the beginning, the middle and the end. We are now in the middle portion of this game.

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    • Britt says:

      Excellent comment. Thank you!
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    • Iamcat says:

      If Sessions cares about this country and President, he should step down and allow Trump to have a full time AG who can act on his behalf. This is wrong, and I like Sessions a lot.

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    • Fire Dog says:

      Agree.
      If you or anyone else are unfamiliar with DAN BONGINO, a retired FBI employee, you might want to listen to his informed breakdown of WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY, and HOW “outline” of the crimes against President Trump and We the People. Dan Bongino often fills in for Mark Levin on the MARK LEVIN SHOW.

      Listen to the program and TAKE NOTES, then create an organizational chart … the “outline” illustrates Clinton-Soetoro’s mental insanity of outlaw, crimes.

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    • topshelfstuff says:

      I would guess he was “”In On It”” and the Recusal was part of the Plan before he was sworn in. I say that because of something I stumbled upon and it has never been mentioned either in the news or by any talking head. I’ll add a link also, and the Point is that Obama had quietly, no announcement made, changed the order of succession for the AG position just 7 days before leaving Office, and put in one of his puppets. So how did he know the AG would need a replacement. The fact that this has remained unmentioned only adds to the weight of its importance (I think others would feel the same). I’ll dig up a link and post it

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      • topshelfstuff says:

        Below is the link along with a paste of a couple sentences:
        https://johnib.wordpress.com/tag/channing-phillips/

        “””Seven days before he left office, President Obama changed the order of succession without explanation to remove Boente from the list. Obama’s order had listed U.S. attorneys in the District of Columbia, the Northern District of Illinois and the Central District of California.
        That seems like awfully suspicious behavior.”””

        And remember how about 10 days or so before Rosensteinapponted a Special Council, one was called for on just about every/ and any thing brought up..it was “””We need a Special Council for this”””, x 50

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  7. South Col says:

    Did Bruce Orr commit a crime by providing his wife’s paid research to the FBI?
    The FBI knew Orr’s wife was the researcher. I’m struggling to see what he could be charged with or even dismissed for unless he hid his wife’s connection and circumstances of employment.

    Of course the FBI should never have relied on a dossier they knew to be “trumped” up by anti Trump zealots….but that’s another matter.

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    • Maquis says:

      It was known purposely fabricated fiction in service to a criminal conspiracy. Hell yes it was illegal.

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    • Fire Dog says:

      Yes, Steele, Strzok, Ohrs and many others were concealed from the FISA applications. The “review” by FISA officials, which took months, revealed the outlaw, crimes.

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      • South Col says:

        My point was more that intelligence comes from many sources, from rumour, from innuendo, from snippets even from attempted disinformation. Orr can present whatever he “thinks” is evidence to his superiors. The crime is the superiors for accepting it.
        If Orr had knowledge that it was concocted that’s different.

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  8. phoenixRising says:

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  9. phoenixRising says:

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    • phoenixRising says:

      much more at this atty’s thread – just click on any of his tweets

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    • JAS says:

      Thanks! Here is the Unrolled thread:

      https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/959530045986320384.html

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      • CaptainNonno says:

        All this being said, certain questions arise:
        1) what ‘research’ did expert Nellie uncover? On Page or Trump?
        2) 4FISA judges signed off. Do they not ever question evidence submitted? Do they do any independent verification or at least swearing in of signators?
        3) First FISA was June 2016, right? Was Dossier ready a month after Nellie began working?

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Mueller is also, apparently, ruthless, deceitful and totally unprincipled: see the anthrax investigation that hounded an innocent scientist from job to job. He finally got a gigantic legal settlement from the government, but subsequently committed suicide. That is Mueller’s work.

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    • farrier105 says:

      . “Fearing being caught, they appointed a special counsel (Mueller) to cover for them by accusing the man (Trump) who might expose them.”

      I think if they had just left Trump alone after the election, he would have left them wallow in their hog pen of corruption all they wanted. They just didn’t know when to quit.

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    • Iamcat says:

      Thank You Phoenix

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    • farrier105 says:

      If they had left Trump alone after he told “60 Minutes” he would not prosecute Hillary, Trump would have let them all wallow in their offal for the rest of his term as long as they left him and his family alone. I think he made that clear, yet, they continued to pursue this. Mueller is an employee of someone outside of government. People like him, who answer to such people, have to move forward. They carry the Strozks and Pages along with them as they only work for the government and know nothing of the true employers of Muellers, Comeys, Lynchs, Clintons, etc.

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  10. Ari says:

    Please stop saying this affair is a democrat operation. It is a UniParty op with major complicity by the GOP politicians and media. There has only been a few (4-5) GOP Congressmen leading the investigations while the rest of been conspicuously silent or have been obstructing behind the scenes. There are only a few media outlet calling this an effort to subvert an election, the rest have been couching this under benign circumstances. There is an 8 person super secret oversight panel in the Congress that has 4 GOP members that have failed the USA for OVER 8 YEARS and longer by allowing specific IC operations to proceed unhindered. The Uniparty-GOP and Uniparty-Feedumb Caucus was fine with obstructing and demeaning the Trump administration and candidacy for several years. They all ‘cheered’ when obvious Trump smears were flying around during the campaign. The role of McCain and Graham have not been disclosed to this point. All of Congress has known about the NSA, FBI, CIA, DEA, and ATF shenanigans for the past 20 years and not one GOP member has ever lifted a finger for reforms. Then there is the administrative state with their own army of code enforcers that have never been reigned in by Congress.

    No sir, to couch this in partisan terms is a disservice to America. This is us v. them and Trump is the only man that can change that dynamic.

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    • tazz2293 says:

      Until these people are rooted out. Dragged from their homes in Georgetown, and either put in prison or whatever their fate may be this nation will not be safe from this happening again as soon as President Trump is out of office.

      I hope everyone remembers how Obola acted when he was elected and the 8 subsequent years. We see now how rabid and insane the left is. If the left ever gets power again we as a nation are through.

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Beg your pardon… Obama weaponized most of the gov’t for political purposes.

      The Obama DOJ/FBI have been stonewalling Republican committee chairs and others who have asked for documents.

      Eric Holder cut off the IGs at the kneecaps.

      The Obama Admin was spying on everyone – that includes all of Congress and the Supreme Court, particularly Chief Justice. As part of the deep state, Obama was blackmailing individual politicians.

      Who voted for Tax Reform (not one single Democrat).

      Who was screaming to not release Nunes’ memo.

      Were FBI agents supporting Trump? H$ll no…

      These scandals fall at the feet of the past administration and the DNC and Democrat Congress critters…

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    • shadowcole says:

      I have to give credit where it’s due, there are a few Republicans that are honest and that’s a few more than Dems. They, the Dems, were totally disrespectful to our president during his SOTU. At least there are some on the right who will stand for what is right and for our country.🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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    • Iamcat says:

      Your damn right. I could not believe nasty McCains remarks, and plenty of GOPe are guilty. That is why I’m so shocked at the democrats response. If I were a Dem , I would be terrified at how my party feels about this! Many, many , corrupt folks from both sides are going to fall. It’s scary scary stuff.

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  11. phoenixRising says:

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  12. thedoc00 says:

    Before fitting Rosenstein for noose, re-read the memo. There is plenty of room left to have it declared Rosenstein was mislead into signing what ever FISA documents he is supposed to have signed.

    Would it not be interesting if over the next 1-2 weeks, Rosenstein thanks Mueller for his efforts and “closes” the investigation because all it has yielded to date is information or confirmation of potential wrong doing by actors already identified by past DoJ and FBI efforts. The he cites Comey’s and companies’ lying, leaking and Dossier involvement as actually making any foundation for Mueller’s team to exist null and void….no crime or wrong doing exists to justify the special counsel and per the law the special counsel goes away. This scenario keeps Trump out of the loop, provides legal basis, unleashes Sessions (with Jeff having to overtly act) and will cause Democrat loving heads to explode everywhere.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      It also leaves Mueller in play for follow-ups to Clinton Uranium 1 and Foundation investigations.

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Rosy was part of Comey’s hit squad for 20 yrs. Check out Geo. Webb’s vids.
      He’s a crook through and through.
      My thought all along has been that he was flipped and promised a lighter sentence if he would act like he was a good guy – which would mean that he would ‘serve’ as Acting Atty General under Sessions. (You don’t really believe he is the Acting Atty General w/ regard to Mueller SC investigation..? he screwed up big time by even appointing Mueller and his gang of hit men.

      When asked today by a reporter if Rosenstein would stay on, genius President Trump answered wryly “What do you think?”

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      • Charlotte says:

        Rod Rosenstein’s wife Lisa Barsoomian works for R. Craig Lawrence, an attorney who has represented Robert Mueller 3 times, James Comey 5 times, Barack Obama 45 times, Bill Clinton 40 times, and Hillary Clinton 17 times between 1991 and 2017

        http://Pacer.gov

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      I like the scenario. But I like flying pigs, too. It would be nice, however, if it were right.

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    • convert says:

      Hmmm, I’ve been mulling over the same thing after Sessions’ comments today. Rosenstein wrote the memo justifying Comey’s firing, remember, That’s a key point to keep in mind, it seems to me. I pray that the Justice department lives up to its name. The Swamp has no idea how closely many are following this; the American people will not stand for this kind of lawlessness, unfairness, and evil in the name of politics. If they don’t back off from this witch hunt, they have no idea what they are going to unleash. I’m concerned that their breathtaking arrogance and cluelessness will blind them to the blinding rage out here in the real world. They and all of us will pay a heavy price if they don’t back off and clean this up.

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      • brenrod says:

        Rosie wrote the memo to get comey fired, comey leaks to nyt to get an sc appointed… sounds like a set up to me.

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      • Iamcat says:

        It’s already unleashed. Regardless of Mueller and his fraudulent investigation. I’m also sick and tired of hearing folks like McCain, accusing Trump of vilifying the FBI. There are many many FBI hero agents who have had to stomach working under these creeps, and we know it. Trump had always stood behind our law officers, while the Dems were telling us to ‘fry them like bacon ‘. I’m in a cold rage.

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      • Chickficshun says:

        Rosey and Wray giggling like two middle school girls, leaving the Whitehouse the other day was kinda troubling to me.

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    • Kintbury54 says:

      Rosenstein signed the renewal of the warrant late last year I believe. In order to knot know this was phony stuff, he would have to be deaf, dumb and blind and only be listening to the main stream media. He is up to his eyeballs in this and plenty of other stuff including Uranium 1.

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  13. weneedmorerules says:

    FISA Court corruption? I think the dots are now there to connect.
    An earlier poster laid out the probable dates for the FISA warrant extensions with the last date being estimated at July 23rd, 2017. Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe by that date it was pretty obvious that the dossier was specious. How could the FISA judge, FISA courts and Chief Justice Roberts allow the warrant extensions when it was highly probable the basis of the request was not accurately represented to the court in the context of all the information available about the construction of the dossier?

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    • D. Manny says:

      It was specious ten days after it was submitted because the FBI fired their source for lying.

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    • H.R. says:

      “How could the FISA judge, FISA courts and Chief Justice Roberts allow the warrant “

      Because the FBI/DOJ pinkie-swore in front of the judge that it was all true.

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      • Kintbury54 says:

        According to Judge Napolitano, 99% of warrant requests are approved. Are you flipping kidding me? Why bother.

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        • JDK says:

          That’s because most warrants are going after real foreign criminals and terrorists, not the opposing party presidential candidate’s advisors just months before an election. Big difference. The first FISA application was shot down for good reason.

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  14. What direction this takes from here is going to boil down to 2018 politics. Congress seems to have no stomach for doing the right thing. If something like this hasn’t generated a firestorm to appoint a second special counsel, then nothing short of murder will. If the IG only has something on the similar magnitude as this outrage, then Mueller basically has won the politics.

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    • mimbler says:

      Not arguing, just asking;
      Can Congress appoint an SC? I thought all they could do was punt to DOJ and the assumption would be that DOJ would then do the right thing.

      If that is the case, I don’t think we can count on that.

      If Congress can bypass DOJ and appoint an SC, then by all means do it and quit the theater,

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      • My comment was more directed to the lack of outrage expressed by the Congress today after the release. It is a clue that they are not really hot to trot in this direction. It takes a big drumbeat to have a second SC appointed, regardless of who can do it. And so far, we’re hearing crickets — and even continuing support for Mueller.

        So something more explosive than this will have to be the driving force. A regular production of similar offenses likely won’t generate the necessary push, imo. Just a guess at this point.

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        • mimbler says:

          Agreed, I don’t see any effort on their part to have something “be done about it”.
          And the momentum from these things goes away quickly.
          The memo should have had concrete recommendations for the DOJ/FBI.

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        • mimbler says:

          Just to add to your comment: If this was so shocking, and dismaying to the congress critters, it would certainly make sense that the oversight committee would actually include recommended corrections in the memo.

          Your post is spot on.

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      • Unfortunately, no. Congress cannot appoint a SC.

        They have in the past. For example, in the 1920’s during the Tea Pot Dome Scandal, a joint resolution of Congress was passed to appoint a SC to investigate it.

        Back then, Congress could do that and then a committee consisting of 3 SCOTUS members was empaneled and it was they who selected the SC.

        But after Nixon’s escapades that law was changed, and it was changed again in the 1990s. Today, only Session’s DOJ can do this.

        Now, I think they could pass a law demanding one be appointed, and if the President decided to sign that, hmmmm……

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    • bofh says:

      “If something like this hasn’t generated a firestorm to appoint a second special counsel, then nothing short of murder will.”

      Seth Rich was not available to contradict your assertion. Apparently it will take something larger than just a murder.

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    • powderdayrules says:

      How about the murder of a likely corruption whistleblower like Seth Rich? He was to meet with the FBI the day after he was killed.

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  15. Perestroika Deception says:

    The Best route of both shutting down the Democrat allegations regarding Trump Russia collusion AND to show that this not just a Partisan propaganda battle between Republican and/or Trump supporters and Democrats/never Trumpers is to Take the Focus Off of Trump and put it where it belongs, on how Obama etc al weaponized The Intelligence agencies for numerous purposes the most obvious being to use against their Political Opponents!

    How can that be done? EASILY,
    SHOW They Did virtually the same thing to ROMNEY leading
    Up to the 2012 ELECTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    GO BACK AND SHOW HOW THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION ASKED THE FISA/FISCA TO LIBERALIZE/WEAKEN THE RULES/STANDARDS and PROTECTIONS AGAINST ABUSE regarding DOMESTIC SURVEILLANCE REQUESTS/SEARCHES/UNMASKINGS! Source: numerous articles including by Reuters Washington Post about a Declassified 2011 FISA court Opinion/ruling relaxing the rules standards and protections etc….. this shows premeditated and intent and is similar/analagous to Sally Yates Declaring in the latter half of 2015 (year prior to the next Election) that Investigator General no longer had oversight authority of the Counter-Intelligence division/Apparatus of the DOJ/FBI , which just happens to be where all of the Malfeasance originated!!!!

    NEXT Simply CHART/ Illustrate how the # of surveillance Searches/Requests/Unmaskings SPIKED dramatically just before both the 2012 Election and then once again just before the 2016 Election!!!!!!!!!! Cite numerous articles including from Political, The Hill, and the Govt Statistical Reports, although the Obama Administration did try to cloud how obvious the increase was by changing specific terms/statistics being reported by allowing the lumping of requests/searches etc… on numerous separate individuals to be counted as ONE request so long as they were made at the same time/in same document/as part of the same Issue etc…. however even the media pointed this out!,!!!,,,!!!!!!!!!!!!!,!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  16. JMC says:

    Yahoo! News – If it’s good enough for the FBI’s FISA warrents, it’s good enough for me!

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  17. Sandra-VA says:

    Part 2 – State Dept! Click to read the rest of the tweets with links to other stories.

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  18. J. Alcott says:

    I will be fascinated to learn where Nellie Ohr’s sudden interest in short wave radio communication came from.

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  19. Robert Barnes has a very informative twitter thread regarding the FISA Court:

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    • An observation from Rex:

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      • JDK says:

        I’ll believe it when I see it. Mueller’s Dem hit squad is still loaded for bear, plus Mueller’s as dirty as all of them. It’s him or Trump. In the meantime, our beleaguered AG’s response to the memo is “No one’s perfect.”

        ‪#FireSessions 😡‬

        ‪https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/feb/2/sessions-wake-explosive-memo-no-department-perfect/‬

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  20. Jay m says:

    Over the years I have read Sundance columns and words with great enthusiasm. Just a simple and heartfelt thank you to you. So often, great Americans rise to the occasion to support and defend this almost “perfect union” through words and action. To you, Sundance, I say: you are a true patriot!!

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  21. The only thing missing here is whether Isikoff was on Fusion’s payroll, thus by extension, being paid by Crooked. How is this not a criminal conspiracy?

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    • Chickficshun says:

      I’d like to see the bank records.

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    • glissmeister says:

      Prospective criminality on two tracks: 1) actively fomenting a sedition; 2) monetizing distortion; promulgating fraud for hire.

      It’s more than an issue of free speech or the free voicing of opinions. This is about commerce; journalism as commerce; media content as a product. Lies and distortion as a product; as commerce. The operation of same for hire and conversion of the said monetized distortions and deceptions into revenue as a willful and deliberate business practice to elevate ratings, increase or protect advertising revenue, provoke expanded volume of advertising purchased and protect the pricing of advertising sold. All involved in the commerce of this are employees of a particular corporation and most are political syndicate sycophant union members with apparent colluding political interests. They are not acting as private citizens when monetizing speech and media content. They are acting in their capacity as paid employees conducting the commerce of their work under the supervision of their employer.

      If free speech doctrines protect them and thus allow them to monetize deceptive and misleading practices for hire (which also provide a form of unrecorded donation in kind to a political party) then why is other commerce engaged in monetizing false or misleading claims about fact, commercial services, product benefit claims or unreasonable or unconscionable representations are generally illegal when made by employees hired and directed to engage in such commerce by their employer?

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  22. ZooNTexas says:

    So does the memo help to confirm that anyone who was receiving the PDB’s knew, or at least should have known all this was going on?

    1st post so be kind.

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      That is actually an excellent question. No doubt the Obozo knew and was in on the scam, and we have seen evidence that others among the approximately 30 people who were receiving the PDB by the end knew, among them Powers, Rice, Bee, Rhodes.

      Not sure that the memo confirms it, but I would guess yes, they ALL knew.

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  23. LibertyONE says:

    Here are the FIRST four individuals ( not in any order) that WILL flip when SQUEEZED Nellie Ohr ( my first- “Nellie either you and or your hubby is going to prison”) , Lisa Page( my second- “Lisa do you want to go to prison for Pete or Hitlery?), Bruce Ohr ” Bruce your wife flipped!) and Peter Stozek( “Pete Lisa flipped”!). I’ll bet you get minimially 2, possbly 4 to vomit!

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  24. hidden says:

    Jay Sekulow guy mentioned on TV about rejected FISA warrant. Then dossier is added to get the approval. They might have hand in creating dossier. House got Andy under oath confirming importance of dossier.
    There is something with Judge also. He should have asked lot more questions based on the content in dossier which is like a tabloid. They took part in the script as well.

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  25. covfefe999 says:

    They won’t be able to do it again in 2020, that’s for sure.

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  26. otto matsch says:

    Clinton campaign pays law firm Perkins Coie to launder payments to Fusion, then Fusion pays Nellie Ohr, who shares info with husband/FBI employee Bruce Ohr, who shares it under the table with FBI employee Peter Strzok. Both Ohrs benefit from Clinton’s money. In short, Clinton is paying FBI to spy on Trump and sic special prosecutor on Trump. Lock her up.

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    • Charlotte says:

      Curb Appeal Fixers
      ‏ @CurbApplFxrs
      10h10 hours ago
      Replying to @SharylAttkisson

      Gregg Jarrett just said a Congressional source told him that last week an angry & frustrated Rod Rosenstein threatened to release his and others’ text messages if they didn’t back off.😳

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  27. Moultrie Flag says:

    Take a look at the FISC docket. Full of motions to dismiss by Huma and Debbie

    In front of the judge that granted the original warrant request after his peer denied it.

    Snakes are trying to slide away before anyone even knows they were caught

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