Carter Page Discusses the FBI FISA Application Compiled and Used Against Him…

Over the weekend an unknown entity within the intelligence apparatus released the FBI and DOJ FISA application used to gain a Title-1 surveillance warrant against U.S. person Carter Page.  [Available Here]

Tonight on Tucker Carlson television show, Mr. Page appears to discuss the content of the application that was used against him.

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283 Responses to Carter Page Discusses the FBI FISA Application Compiled and Used Against Him…

  1. Beau Geste says:

    Sundance, or anyone here who knows, didn’t the Obama administration have the FISA Court reject an even earlier effort to spy on the Trump campaign? Wouldn’t comparison of the rejected application with the approved FISA application show the importance of the Hillary-financed Steele fiction? Has congress or judicial watch requested this record?

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  2. sherrymerlot says:

    Carter Page has been interviewed many times by now. There is not a more surreal experience, though, than seeing him interviewed at the same time as Michael Caputo. After Caputo got the GoFundMe money from kind American donors, he felt more free to talk, but he was still full of fire and outrage at what had happened to him. Carter Page has had his life equally ruined, but is still awkward and only mildly annoyed in interviews. The contrast could not be more stark.

    At another time, I know for sure Laura Ingraham tried to interview Carter, but I could see what a frustrating experience it was for her. He was especially halting, offhand, and oblique during the interview, and I, for one, cheered Laura on with her interruptions.

    I wouldn’t have been able to avoid interrupting Carter Page if I was talking to him. There is a time for moving the agenda.

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      That goofy looking Carter Page is a spy. It’s hard to recruit human informants. It’s time consuming. They were in a hurry, and here was goofy Carter, fresh off of testifying in federal court against actual Russian spies in an unrelated case. Why wouldn’t they use him? He’s sitting there laughing at us. He could blow it open with a sentence. He and Papadopoulos both had previously worked with the FBI (Page) and CIA (Papadopoulos). They’re not innocent civilians.

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      • “U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said:  “An unregistered intelligence agent, under cover of being a legitimate banker, gathers intelligence on the streets of New York City, trading coded messages with Russian spies who send the clandestinely collected information back to Moscow.  This sounds like a plotline for a Cold War-era movie, but in reality, Evgeny Buryakov pled guilty today to a federal crime for his role in just such a scheme.”…

        THAT WOULD BE– ‘PRO-WHY CAN’T WE BE FRIENDS WITH RUSSIA’–CARTER PAGE!

        Page was the unregistered intelligence agent working for the FBI Counterinelligence Division. The National Security Division of the DOJ worked on the prosecution of the two Russian agents. John Carlin, head of the NSD was formerly with the counterintelligence division of the FBI and recruited Carter Page as an FBI asset. John Carlin resigned from the DOJ the same day Carter Page left the Trump campaign, September 26, 2016.

        Carter Page and Peter Stzok were contemporaneously connected by there counterintelligence work.

        In that 2013 time period, those two Russian agents were bugged after meeting with Page. The FBI Director at the time was still Robert Mueller, and Peter Strzok was a lead agent in the Counterespionage section of the FBI. Strzok was involved with the arrest of Russian sleeper agents in 2010. By July of 2015, Strzok was section chief of counterespionage, a part of the FBI’s counterintelligence division. It is inconceivable that Strzok and Carter Page did not know each other. Wasn’t Peter Strzok the lead agent accusing Page of being a Russian spy in the FISA application?

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        • todayistheday99 says:

          “Page was the unregistered intelligence agent working for the FBI ”
          ——————————————————————————————–
          Actually that is not correct, the “unregistered intelligence agent” (not working for the FBI) is Evgeny Buryakov the Russian the plead guilty. If you read furthing in the press release, Carter is the FBI undercover employee (UCE-1).

          See my post downstream which clarifies Carter’s role and cites references.

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          • Thanks. You are correct. I misunderstood the under cover employee status of Page to be an un-official FBI agent–I guess the best spooks are never registered as employees of official spy agencies, and that’s how I perceive Page.

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  3. G. Combs says:

    Stephen says:
    So striking that no one else is reporting on how/who/why this came to be released?…”
    >>>>>>>>>>>

    Because it is OLD HAT very very OLD HAT!

    Politico SEPTEMBER 2016 BEFORE the First FISA Warrant!!!

    The Mystery of Trump’s Man in Moscow: Carter Page
    “[….]“Strangely, I’ve never heard of Carter Page until this Trump connection,” Bill Browder responded to me in an email. He was one of the biggest Western players in the Russian market until President Vladimir Putin turned on him and Browder became his fierce critic. “It’s odd, because I’ve heard of every other financier who was a player on Moscow at the time.”

    Someone, apparently, has heard of him: On Friday, Yahoo News reported that Page was being probed by U.S. intelligence for purported back-channel ties to Russian leaders. The story resurfaced the name of a character who’d all but vanished from the campaign, and reawakened questions about who, exactly, Trump was surrounding himself with.[…]”

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  4. dawg says:

    Potential FISA abuse has been a central issue in Congress' investigation of the DOJ. The Carter Page FISA application revealed Rod Rosenstein signed the document and authorized surveillance. Mr. Rosenstein is a fact witness and should recuse himself from this process immediately. pic.twitter.com/9QQT5ztKMo— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) July 24, 2018

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  5. 6x47 says:

    Carter Page is a very strange man with some odd mannerisms, but I don’t think he’s an “idiot”.

    Nobody with a PhD is an “idiot”. Overeducated, perhaps, but definitely not an idiot.

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  6. TwoLaine says:

    What I find fascinating is that the Republican who originally hired Fusion GPS for a TRUMP dossier, which the UNIParty/EneMedia always tried to confuse us with this one, has never come forward and said the UNIParty/EneMedia is lying and trying to confuse you about the original source of the Clinton/DNC/FBI/DOJ paid for dossier. Or, to tell us the truth, that they tried to find something and failed, that is why they eventually dropped it.

    WHY are they not speaking up?

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    • G. Combs says:

      “…WHY are they not speaking up?”

      Uniparty Never-Trumpers.

      Do not let the labels confuse you.

      The chief problem of American political life for a long time has been how to make the two congressional parties more national and international. The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to the doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead the two parties should be almost identical, so the that American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.

      Quote from Tragedy and Hope, 1966 by Carroll Quigley, member of Council on Foreign Relations, mentor to Bill Clinton.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        I don’t let the labels confuse me. My eyes have been open for a long, long, long time. This is why we need term limits. PERIOD. FULLSTOP.

        I STILL find it fascinating, because they could step up and tell the truth, yet they haven’t.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Huh, well we should have that revolution at the polls first….

        We did, November 8, 2016.

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      • zorrorides says:

        Combs, reading the Quigley book, appx in 1974, changed my thinking. When Bill Clinton accepted the Dem nomination, he began, “First, before I say anything else, I want to say thank you to Professor Carroll Quigley…”

        With that second data point, I knew everything bad about the Dims and the Pubs was true.

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  7. Carter Page. Used by the CIA/FBI to secure a FISA warrant which allowed the most intrusive electronic surveillance by the NSA. They did this to eaves drop on a presidential Candidate and campaign.

    The guy they did it TO is so upset, he just shrugs his shoulders and says it is ridiculous. Oh, he filed lawsuits…. against a few media companies.

    Where are his FOIA lawsuits for the information about HIM used to gain the FISA warrants?

    Carter Page is CIA. Book it.

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  8. todayistheday99 says:

    One thing to keep in mind, is that in Russian Intelligence Buryakov case (2013-2016) where Carter Page was working as an FBI undercover employee, he was practically single handedly responsible for Buryakov’s guilty plea according to the March 2016 press release where he is referred to as UCE-1.

    1. He was approached by the Russians in an attempt to recruit him as a Russian spy
    2. He convinced the Russians into believing he would do it
    3. In a clever scheme, he was responsible in bugging the SVR’s New York secure room in the “Residentura” which resulted in recording the conversations used to get the guilt plea and likely much more

    march 2016 press release
    https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/pr/evgeny-buryakov-pleads-guilty-manhattan-federal-court-connection-conspiracy-work

    Interesting recent article:
    https://www.weeklystandard.com/eric-felten/what-we-can-learn-from-carter-page-and-russias-bumbling-spies

    this was covered in this prior sundance article:
    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/02/05/in-march-2016-carter-page-was-an-fbi-employee-in-october-2016-fbi-told-fisa-court-hes-a-spy/

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    • Angel Martin says:

      So Page is an FBI informer/source. And this is how they repay him ?

      Nice.

      I’m glad to see that people are less likely to co-operate with the FBI. They don’t deserve to have any sources helping them.

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  9. Angel Martin says:

    Page says he was contacted by media in July 2016 asking about Sechin, Divyekin. The date of the Steele Dossier memo on these two was July 19, 2016.

    Someone should get Page to check and see if any of these media questions about Sechin, Divyekin were before July 19, 2016 !

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    • Angel Martin says:

      Looks like the media questions to Page started on July 26, 2016.
      https://amgreatness.com/2018/07/25/vindication-for-carter-page/

      This is, of course, contrary to the representations of the FBI in the Oct FISA warrant, where they claim Steele was not talking to the media.

      When the FBI knew that was not true, since they were reading about Carter Page, Sechin etc. in the WSJ, NYT even before they ever supposedly saw the dossier.

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  10. andy says:

    What if John Carlin and Rodgers set up Page as a sting operation as part of Carlin’s resignation?

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  11. Hannity just asked him point blank three times if he’s CIA

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Wrong question, should ask if Page is an FBI asset, snitch, spy…..employee, volunteer. This guy acts too hard to be dumb, works that deer-in-the-headlights ‘don’t know nothin’ bout nothin’. Not buying it. Especially that stupid trick of writing his own lawsuit.

      Oh please……

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