Horowitz Leaks Begin – FBI Official Caught Altering FISA Documents, Now Under Criminal Investigation…

Here we go.  Today is the day the inspector general closed the “Principal Review” phase of the upcoming IG report.  Now is when the small group of corrupt DOJ and FBI officials -spotlighted by the IG investigation- begin trying to shape the narrative; and the leaks start with a whopper:

….An FBI official was caught altering documents within the 2016 surveillance operation against President Trump…

Keep in mind which FBI officials are now working for the media outlet, CNN, that is providing the leaks; ie. former FBI Deputy Director, Andrew McCabe; the spokesman for James Comey, Josh Campbell; a former FBI agent, Asha Rangappa; or the former FBI chief legal counsel, James Baker.  All now work for CNN.

It’s important to note the media source aspect because normally this type of leak would go to the Washington Post or New York Times first; ergo, it likely stems as a personal leak to one of the former allied FBI officials now working for CNN.

Washington (CNN) – An FBI official is under criminal investigation after allegedly altering a document related to 2016 surveillance of a Trump campaign adviser, several people briefed on the matter told CNN.

The possibility of a substantive change to an investigative document is likely to fuel accusations from President Donald Trump and his allies that the FBI committed wrongdoing in its investigation of connections between Russian election meddling and the Trump campaign.

[…] Horowitz turned over evidence on the allegedly altered document to John Durham.

[…] It’s unknown how significant a role the altered document played in the FBI’s investigation of Page and whether the FISA warrant would have been approved without the document. The alterations were significant enough to have shifted the document’s meaning and came up during a part of Horowitz’s FISA review where details were classified, according to the sources.

[…] The identity or rank of the FBI employee under investigation isn’t yet known, and it’s not clear whether the employee still works in the federal government. No charges that could reflect the situation have been filed publicly in court.

The Justice Department and inspector general’s office declined to comment. (read more)

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Josh Campbell is James Comey’s spokesperson and working for CNN:

 

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580 Responses to Horowitz Leaks Begin – FBI Official Caught Altering FISA Documents, Now Under Criminal Investigation…

  1. sundance says:

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    • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

      Hmmm, paging Sydney Powell….oh heck she is all other this!

      Liked by 2 people

    • margarite1 says:

      Finally! The tick is tocking!

      Liked by 9 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      The Minnow falls to protect the ones above!

      I can just here it now……..

      We would have never moved forward with the FISA had we known about these alterations.

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    • Corte says:

      My betting–> the document was the Carter Page warrant signed by Rosenstein. A face page or other was switched to lead Rosenstein to believe he was signing off on a warrant about one or two Russian banks.

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      • Ozium says:

        I do remember Rosie taken great umbrage when asked if he read the FISA’s and he went on and on about how he relied on the professionalism of the FBI agents and he was under no obligation to fact check them. I remember thinking at the time that he was covering his backside. I guess those two things aren’t mutually exclusive.

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        • jb_junk says:

          And he stated to Matt Gaetz:
          “I can tell you the one I signed, Sir, that the information that is public about that doesn’t match with my understanding of the one that I signed. I think it is appropriate to let
          the Inspector General complete that investigation. These are serious allegations. I don’t do the investigations. I’m not the affiant. I’m reviewing the finished product.
          If the IG finds that I did something wrong, I’ll respect that judgement.. but I think it’s highly unlikely”

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          • JL says:

            “the information that is public”

            It’s hard to say if he was talking about media reports (no surprise they dont match) or the public redacted versions we had access to.

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    • Ludo says:

      Wolf looks like a deer in the headlights. His whole narrative is being ripped out from underneath him. His whole works view is being challenged. If this leak is the deep state’s way of damage control, I can only imagine what the final report(s) will look like.

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    • luke says:

      Was just listening to Levin. He suggested it’s a leak from the left to get out in front of the story hence it being leaked to CNN. Being a Treeper we know the different orgs have their favorite places to leak. Levin seemed to be confident that there’s going to be a reckoning when these reports come due. Lindsay Graham was on Hannity earlier and I gotta say I’m optimistic. BUT it is not the fault of Trump or Conservatives if no one gets the guillotine. We need to channel that frustration and roll up our sleeves and get to work electing Jordan’s and Trumps. But I do think a few heads will roll (McCabe, Comey, etc). After this all blows over I highly suspect Vindman will be issued a transfer to Antarctica.

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      • Dax Jaket says:

        Antartica is too good for him. Strap him to a Space-x test rocket.

        Liked by 4 people

      • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

        Pity the penguins if Vindman/Nueman ends up if Antarctica

        Liked by 2 people

      • wxobserver says:

        I liked someone’s suggestion on twitter: Send him to Thule AFB in Greenland. Permanent posting. He can retire and grow old there.

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      • Peter Noone says:

        It IS the fault of many, many conservatives if there is no law enforced for swamp creatures; this whole episode has made it abundantly clear that you can’t presume someone is not part of the swamp just because of their party affiliation. Trump is the best fighter against the Deep State is nation is going to get, short of a military officer like Washington leading troops up to the capitol — but he’s one man. Most of his party either stared at the ceiling, dragged their feet, or actively worked against him these last 3 years.

        Their names are well know, and Grahamnesty is one of them, just like McStain was. Graham likes to talk tough and make noises, then do absolutely nothing. Doing nothing when you have the power to fight is a form of collaboration with the enemy.

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        • MAJA says:

          A thorough house cleaning needs to happen or we will be back to square 1 in 2024 or 2028. There needs to be months or years of trials and convictions for every one of the bastards that had even a minor part. No half measures. They’ve shown our Constitution and We The People zero mercy and deserve none. They are still hoping for our utter destruction.

          Thank God for President Trump. They minimize the cold anger we feel by calling us Trump cultists. We are loyal to the Constitution and President Trump is leading us to victory to re-establish America the Beautiful and the American Dream. That’s why we love him and accept him for the great man he is, warts and all.

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        • luke says:

          You’re right just don’t want people to get apathetic if we Santa doesn’t leave us want we want under the tree. We’ve come too far and made immense progress.

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      • willyeye says:

        Barr needs to assign a couple of prosecutors to investigate all of the witnesses that have been working for Schiff. All of these people have lied under oath and all of them have undermined their president. There should be indictments of at least half the witnesses come down before the impeachment even makes it to the Senate.

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        • luke says:

          Yes they’re essentially cannon fodder for the Democrats; really much like their voters. I don’t expect when this blows over much of these witnesses will have much of a future in politics. It’s politics that protects them now. It’s what protects the leftist like Schiff. It even protects Trump to a degree. Nobody is going to mess with him given the level of support he has. All they can do is try and break it before they make a move. Lol it’s got to be so frustrating for these assholes.

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        • mimbler says:

          Yes, it was the lack of consequences to the Kavanaugh lying witnesses that emboldened this attempt against the President.

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      • Ozium says:

        Putting any faith in Lindsey is a recipe for a broken heart. He is reliable in his unreliability.

        I think at this point it is self preservation. He was too close to McCain for too long to not be involved in the same crap (Syria, The McCain Foundation, and whatever else the creep McCain had his wizened digits into).

        I don’t think he will actively obstruct, but rather slow walk it at every opportunity.

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        • luke says:

          You’re may be correct but the problem is these acts of treachery towards our President are hard for even career politicians like Lindsay to scapegoat. Don’t get me wrong if the economy was in the shitter it would be much easier. The economy is the key.

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    • Pegon Zellschmidt says:

      Well, Steven Cheung, if it was you, how much “political hay” would you make out of it?😆

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    • KT says:

      “…is likely to fuel accusations from President Donald Trump and his allies that the FBI committed wrongdoing in its investigation of connections between Russian election meddling and the Trump campaign.”

      This ally is ‘fueled’…thank You, God, for Your ways being just. We trust in Your timing and praise You for Your goodness.

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    • Mongo Mere Pawn says:

      Remember, this POS knows Carter Page was Undercover Employee One in his prosecution of Buryakov, so knows Page was not an agent of the Russian Federation, but an FBI employee just 6 months before DOJ-NSD categorically represents to the FISA court that the Russians successfully recruited Page. He knows the application and 3 renewals were all based upon that out and out lie.

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      • Yancey Ward says:

        I put a similar comment just a few moments ago. This was the lie within the FISA that will unravel it, and there will a record of who knew it was a lie when they signed it.

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  2. zimbalistjunior says:

    you gotta love ‘likely to fuel accusations by president trump’.
    yup it actually says that in article

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  3. barnabusduke says:

    Was just about to post a link to this in the open comment section! Tear it DOWN!!! 😉

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  4. Robert_Timsah says:

    I find it interesting that it doesn’t say a FORMER official, suggesting it could be a current one. Or, it could be an oversight by the hack journalists.

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  5. davidberetta says:

    Very sad state of affairs when crimes like this are no longer surprising.

    The Federal Government clearly appears to be filled with massive amounts of imbeciles and/or criminals. The Fed Employment agency seems to be collection point for hiring the Nations unemployable…or something…?

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    • willyeye says:

      A lot of these people bought in on the Trump derangement hysteria and even if they were previously intelligent people, they totally lose the ability to reason or to use their common sense. They most likely are not imbeciles.

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  6. Chip Doctor says:

    It would seem to me that Mrs Flynn and Mrs. Manafort must be happy and hopeful tonight.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Merkin Muffley says:

    I assume this “FBI Official” would be Peter Strzok. He seems to have had a hand in writing most of the 302’s.

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  8. In the Land of Poz says:

    Spin in the article was weak: the “basic premise” of Russia hysteria might not be affected by the alterations. And we’re only in day 1 of the psyop! Next iteration should be fun.

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  9. MostlyRight says:

    So is everything going to be blamed on one “rogue” FBI agent thrown under the bus? Is that to be the narrative?

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  10. cheekymeeky says:

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  11. Bogeyfree says:

    I wish they would stop putting erasers on those #2 pencils they use for those pesky 302’s

    Why use an iPhone and record an interview when you have that handy #2 pencil and can write everything out in long hand?

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    • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

      It is pretty darn frustrating considering the other demand that every patrol officer interaction with subjects of certain persuasions be 100% captured with body cam video.

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    • GenEarly says:

      But, but How’s the FIB gonna fib ????

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    • BigTalkers says:

      You hit that right on the head! Their continued use of Form 302’s can only be for one purpose… to “massage” facts to achieve their desired outcomes.

      No other US police agency could do that, they’d be laughed out of a courtroom. It’s a national travesty!

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  12. mr.piddles says:

    “The alterations were significant enough to have shifted the document’s meaning and came up during a part of Horowitz’s FISA review where details were classified, according to the sources.”

    Keep in mind: the first one or two pre-October applications were turned down by FISC. Not saying “alterations” were necessarily required, as opposed to just “Mo’ Better Steele”, but it’s still a possibility to consider. That is: alterations may have been a key part of a larger scheme to shape the FISA Warrant. In that case, everybody would have known about the alterations, not just one of the conspirators. Of course, all FISA-related conspirators weren’t acting in individual vacuums anyway… so the whole group is implicated either way, it would seem. So really the CNN leak is probably an attempt to preemptively downplay the overall FISA shenanigans as the isolated behavior of “rogue actors” in the FBI.

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    • joeb says:

      It was RENEWED 3 TIMES!

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    • One take-away that we certainly must glean from this is that the 1978-era “FISA” system is completely inadequate in the 21st Century.

      I feel very, very strongly that, beginning in January of next year, Congress needs to embark upon a program to thoroughly review, and then revise, all of these critical surveillance-and-privacy laws: FISA, PATRIOT, and others. (We should probably include civilian-only laws such as HIPAA and SarbOx.) Congress should actively solicit public comment from qualified civilian experts.

      I feel that we now very plainly see that the controls are not adequate, the enforcement and regulatory processes are found wanting even by the officers and judges(!) who are tasked with administering them, and far too much access is available even to government operatives who are merely “contractors.” Mr. Horowitz has obviously uncovered extremely serious abuses of the system, some of which qualify as intentional crimes. Therefore, Congress has some extremely important business to attend to next year … issues which affect everyone in this country, and which therefore are legitimate “national security issues.”

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      • mr.piddles says:

        If Hillary won, none of this would have come to light in the way that it has so far. Admiral Rogers would have been summarily fired. FISC would have submitted a “scathing rebuke” to the DOJ/FBI, where it would have been ignored. Likewise a “scathing rebuke” from the OIG. And Congress would have been in go-along-to-get-along mode. Worst case: useless and forgettable public Congressional hearings that nobody pays attention to.

        I don’t know what the answer is, but it would seem to me that “review and reform” is not enough.

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      • willyeye says:

        Trump shouldn’t let Congress pass anything yet, Trump should use this to his advantage. It will help him drain the swamp. Maybe Barr can get some information out of it. I’m not saying to use it illegally, but cleaning out the deep state is legitimate, not like how they tried framing an innocent Trump and associates.

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    • jnr2d2 says:

      Possibly, the first page, where it STATED that Page was a Russian Agent. Clearly he wasn’t, and the FBI knew it, as he was an FBI informant on a prior Russian investigation.

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  13. Troublemaker10 says:

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  14. sarasotosfan says:

    Pretty sure the Flynn 302 was also doctored. This appears to be a problem endemic to the FBI.

    Time for another blue ribbon committee.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Sure, why wouldn’t the FBI act otherwise. They get vast deference from courts and the DOJ. People lie to the FBI if the FBI determines, in their view, if they lied. Then you have the pressure tactics of other charges to force you to a plea.

      Got to keep that sparkling convict rate for the cases they work on.

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  15. Genie says:

    C’mon man! Poor James Wolfe. He is going to have to look through his 81 cell phone pictures of the application and figure out what was altered.

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  16. Revelation says:

    This is unlikely to be Strzok re Gen Flynn… could it be removing PapaD’s mitigation?

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  17. WES says:

    Baldie sure could use a few of trudope’s falling false eye lashes to stick on top of his shiny head!

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  18. individualright says:

    It says FBI official, so I assume it is one that is still working for the agency or else it would say ‘former’ official. Isn’t Bruce Ohr still working there? who else could it be?

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    • The Boss says:

      Ohr is DoJ, not FBI.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      A CNN story says it’s a “former FBI lawyer.”

      The following is the opening paragraph its website:

      “Washington (CNN)A former FBI lawyer is under criminal investigation after allegedly altering a document related to 2016 surveillance of a Trump campaign adviser, several people briefed on the matter told CNN.”

      https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/21/politics/fbi-fisa-russia-investigation/index.html

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      • Gaijin and Tonic says:

        Baker works at CNN now. Likely told his new employers to begin the spin. I think this is funny: “It’s unknown how significant a role the altered document played in the FBI’s investigation of Page and whether the FISA warrant would have been approved without the document. The alterations were significant enough to have shifted the document’s meaning…”. Pure MSM spin gold.

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  19. JohnGault says:

    This is the cover-up.

    Stage a lone actor/fall guy to take the hit and end the damage from exploding too far up the chain of command. They’re a “rogue actor.” Our Surveilance and Spy Agencies are “not” corrupt to their core.

    Same thing with the Flynn prosecution. Far better for the FBI/CIA/DOJ to have the conviction tossed w/prejudice for an error/incompetence than for breaking the law, violating civil rights, and railroading an innocent man.

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    • vikingmom says:

      Which is why Sidney Powell is NOT going to let them go that route! She wants ALL the info and she wants the Judge to throw the book at everyone who was involved in deliberately framing General Flynn!

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    • ristvan says:

      Nope. Suppose this actor is pinned and then flips on the conspiracy to get leniency. The person who ‘edited’ was, per texts, Page. She flips, everybody else goes down. Thismis a good guy, not a bad guy, leak. The real war begins.

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    • Garavaglia says:

      That’s assuming this is an isolated incident. We just don’t know. If..a big if..they present more of this behavior from several characters..well..would be very interesting. Personally, I believe this was rampant..has been for a loooong time…even systematic. I envision a workshop of alterations…like Santa’s workshop.

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      • mimbler says:

        Even if this is the only one altered, all the others flow from discoveries generated by this one and would be “fruit of the poisoned tree”. IMO

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    • willyeye says:

      These kind of people don’t have much loyalty…whoever it is will be testifying against the higher ups.

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  20. Shyster says:

    This agent needs to be given a king for a day deal so Durham can flip him/her with an immunity deal to rat out the entire conspiracy. It would be well worth it to get the guys at the top. Same with the top guys, use the prisoners dilemma and king for a day with a promise of immunity to get Brennan, Clapper, Rice and hopefully Barry himself. Wash, rinse, and repeat until they’re all behind bars.

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    • vikingmom says:

      Hopefully that deal has already been offered, and accepted! This leak may just be CNN trying to get ahead of the stories that they know are coming, which will unravel the whole “Muh, Russia” narrative. If they can throw one lowly FIB agent under the bus now they can soft pedal it later when bigger names start being reveled. At least that is my take on this news…

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    • GenEarly says:

      Episteen’s “Suicide” was a message to anyone thinking of flipping. Anyone, anywhere, anytime can be whacked.

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  21. mopar2016 says:

    Gee it sounds like this has all been a witch hunt. Where have I heard that before?
    The dems are so involved in their witch hunt that they don’t have time for anything else.
    The House of Representatives isn’t representing anyone, and they haven’t been functioning since they took the house. Taxation without representation on a grand scale.


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  22. jeans2nd says:

    Not buying it. Too convenient, too typical. We knew this anyway.
    There is more here

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  23. Bogeyfree says:

    So do we think we know who ordered the Code Red? (I.e. who ordered the agent to alter the document)

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  24. Michael Kunz says:

    Spot the scapegoat time. Probably some straight, Trump supporter, that The Fibbies want rid of, will be fingered.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Wow – some people around here go pretty far to find a cloud in a sunny sky!

      There’s no basis to imagine this will be a charge against someone we haven’t heard about yet. The number of people involved with the Carter Page FISA is finite.

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  25. margarite1 says:

    FTA: “American intelligence agencies and the Justice Department have not swayed from their finding that Russia interfered in the 2016 election by hacking the Democrats and spreading pro-Trump propaganda online. And even former top Trump campaign officials have corroborated special counsel Robert Mueller’s finding that the Trump campaign planned some of its strategy around the Russian hacks, and had multiple contacts with Kremlin-linked individuals in 2016.”

    HUH?

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    • BitterC says:

      I think may be Gates said some things at Roger Stone’s trial. Team Trump was interested in upcoming leaks, as were all of America

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  26. Drcrinum says:

    Correct me if I am wrong, but during the ‘Principal Review’ phase, people only review sections that are pertinent to themselves. If that’s true, then one would assume that Comey, McCabe & Baker would be prime candidates for the FBI official fingered by Horowitz. However, Asha Rangappa worked with Strzok in the counterintelligence division for several years. My bet is on Strzok.

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    • Wethal says:

      Yes, they cannot see sections that do not pertain to their actions. it’s certainly possible that several actors got together to compare notes on what each section said.

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  27. sundance says:

    Exactly on schedule:

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    • Sporty says:

      So this is a race?

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      • Wethal says:

        Yes. The report, Durham’s indictments, the impeachment..and of course the Angel of Death’s progress towards GInsburg.

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      • BitterC says:

        I don’t know about a race. They had some reason for Lindsey’s moves, both announcing his hearing on 12/11 and the release on date certain 12/9.

        If the House moves to vote on impeachment before 12/9, I wouldn’t be surprised if the release the IG report early. They are basically in a position to release it when they want.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      The good guys better get going if they want to protect an innocent man from a lynching that they absolutely know unfounded.

      I can hear them now, if only we had more time we could have done something!

      This and the newly designated rogue FIB fall guy that ends up providing cover and protects everyone else above.

      Your honor, we would never have moved forward with the FISA requests had we known this rogue agent behind our back altered the documents.

      Get ready!

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      Just at the time the IG Report comes out and Horrowitz testifies to Senate. Coincidence?

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    • The Boss says:

      Mid-December time frame (12/11) is when Horowitz testifies after 12/9 report release. Lots of competing news all jammed together…unless Dems want their vote to be overshadowed for some reason.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        They actually think their news will be more riveting than what come from the other side, and of course, we don’t know when Durham will issue indictments.

        They can wage a campaign that says, “Surely you won’t vote for a man who is only the third in history to be impeached.”

        They are banking on low info voters saying, “Oh, that’s bad so I can’t vote for him.”

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        • The Boss says:

          You may be right about what the dems think. It’s just that they’re not thinking right. I wouldn’t characterize the Schiff-show as riveting. Revolting for sure. But not riveting.

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    • JohnCasper says:

      “Breaking: Dems say enough evidence to move forward on impeachment. Vote likely by mid-December. “

      From a letter from Nancy Pelosi to Adam Sciff dated November 10, 2016.

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      fisa comes out dec 9th
      if its devastating, the dems will suspend and then cancel the vote

      pelosi will be able to tell the wing nuts in the party that she tried but that events overtook them

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  28. Bogeyfree says:

    Do we think this is Page or Flynn

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  29. Jim says:

    If this is for the Carter Page FISA warrant, how does it not invalidate everything that followed? The whole 3 years off bull 💩 and all the prosecutions.

    So maddening.

    Thank you Sundance for all you do and all the treepers here. The support saves me.

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  30. BestBets says:

    Im hoping that whoever this is, s/he decides to take the rest of them down too. This is s good start, admitting to changing the documents.

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  31. mg says:

    These deep state morons act like king george the 3rd and have no idea how to handle millions of 2019 recalcitrant colonials.

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  32. MostlyRight says:

    I wonder if they might “find” a fall guy. Maybe one who conveniently looks like a smarmy, entitled demon when interviewed? One who cheats on his wife, says he can smell Trump voters in Walmarts, and says things like “we won’t let him win” and “think of it as an insurance policy”?

    Then they will all claim to have been misled by him, when they only meant to be Patriots.

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  33. Hmmm... says:

    I wonder if this may be related to the date change. That issue has never been resolved. Doesn’t seem like the FBI would be able to make that sort of change (and obviously would only be able to do so on the DOJ side and not with the court). There is a lot of smoke around that issue and it was critical since the date change from the 19th to the 21st meant the Cohen to Prague memo was written prior to the Page FISA.

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  34. JohnCasper says:

    The entirety of the FBI should be indicted under RICO as well as for being a domestic terrorist organization.

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  35. AccountabilityPlease says:

    We already know that one FBI employee was making unauthorized changes to investigation reports. Her name was Lisa Page. Could they be referring to a FISA warrant on General Flynn?

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  36. arze says:

    Uni Party Incorporated Ari.

    They can’t stop lying.

    The Perfect Bushman: truth is not their friend.

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  37. Somebody's Gramma says:

    Thank you Sundance. I appreciate every word of sanity you breath into the Interwebs.

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  38. USA First! says:

    Zippo time! I’m seeing the BIG UGLY and boy is it UGLY!

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  39. Jimmy R says:

    It’s Lisa Page, I guess. Fits the description of an agent that has already admitted it. She admitted to altering Flynn interview 302.

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  40. Mr Lawson says:

    Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, ……… …………….RIIIIIIIIIIINNNNG, RIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNG, RIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNG!

    Wakey, Wakey!

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  41. The Akh says:

    I’m betting on McCabe. McCabe also had his hands on shaping the Flynn 302.

    The others involved with the Page FISA were Comey, Yates, Boente, and Rosenstein. I have no proof it’s McCabe, but he is at the intersection of both Flynn and Page.

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  42. So who are they going to get to take the fall for altering the FISA warrants and not telling anyone else?

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  43. Jimmy R says:

    I wonder whether small fry like Lisa Page will trust that witness protection will be impregnable to the deep staters. I can just see Hillary squeezing Lisa’s hand so hard it hurts and “thanking her” for “everything” she’s doing for her. And Lisa telling the jury, “It was our idea. Our superiors weren’t in on the plan.”

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    • vikingmom says:

      if Lisa Page is dumb enough to trust Hillary Clinton, then she deserves everything that will be coming her way! But I am hopeful that Durham and Barr have enough info at this point that they will NOT simply accept a little minnow and let the sharks swim away!!

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    • Conundrum says:

      Lisa Page was reminded they know where her kids are.

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  44. mylabs5 says:

    So, I’m wondering how many FISA cases that these jokers worked on that are going to be re-litigated. If I were someone who was convicted via FISA I’d certainly appeal. That could be hundreds of cases overturned on technicality. Some of the most monstrous criminals released because of this. Remember that something similar (FBI misconduct) happened with Obama mentor, Underground Weatherman Bill Ayers. The FBI illegally wiretapped him…”Guilty as hell. Free as a bird. America is a great country!” His only regret is that he didn’t set off more bombs.
    I remember back during the early Bush 2 years that they stopped more than 200 terror attacks that went unpublished.
    Just think about the ramifications of this. It will call into question just about any case. Thousands……and not just FISA. The judges will be investigated as well to see if they were aware of any of this sort of manipulation.
    Barr has to act soon and with great ferociousness, brutality and aim or else this may be what brings down our rule of law.

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    • JohnCasper says:

      “I remember back during the early Bush 2 years that they stopped more than 200 terror attacks that went unpublished.”

      And by how much was that number inflated ? My guess would be by at least 190.

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      • mylabs5 says:

        Actually it was more but 200 is the best round number. While I worked in the foreign theatre warfighter effort, we still got the domestic reports that were ingested into the program for cross reference with the foreign HUMIT reports.
        You can probably do some research to get an exact number. Try the Wayback machine.

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  45. Boots says:

    The possibility of a substantive change to an investigative document is likely to fuel accusations from President Donald Trump and his allies that the FBI committed wrongdoing in its investigation…

    Misdirection. Attempts to imply (1) FBI did nothing wrong, (2) ‘Trump and his allies’ are whack job conspiracy theorist nuts that should be dismissed and ignored.

    Perfect reason why the media should be included in the objectives of retaking America.

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  46. mtk says:

    My guess is the footnote trying the Dossier to the DNC was added after the Court approved the warrant. While the body of the application glossed over that background on its way to a verified supposition.

    And the March 17th version, shows the difference from the one the FISA Court kept.

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    • Wethal says:

      If the application was e-filed, as most everything else in federal court is nowadays, there would be a legend across the top of each page identifying the document by docket number, date filed, document number, and page number of each page on the original filing.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      I wonder if that’s how the FISA judges wanted it done. It’s important to keep an open mind about how high up in the FISC the corruption went.

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  47. davidberetta says:

    Serious question folks! How would any of you react to a trial you were seated in that involved the DOJ/FBI? IMHO this dysfunctional entity should be unable (in this day and age), to ever seat a jury…

    Massive CORRECTIONS need to implemented before public trust is ever regained.

    Furthermore, ALL past “convictions” (past 10+ years), covering the Entire Obama Administration, needs to be reviewed.

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  48. This, of course, is extremely alarming for a variety of technical(!) reasons: all of these documents are supposed to be maintained in highly secure and highly accountable resource management computer systems, which should have made [unaccountable …] modification impossible, and therefore, “clearly not worth even attempting.”

    (Incidentally, civilian businesses routinely employ systems which provide the same types of assurances and for the same necessary reasons, including regulatory compliance.)

    Mr. Horowitz, and other experts such as Adm. Rogers (NSA), might have even more issues to investigate. The possibility, even, that someone would try to do this is quite alarming.

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    • MAJA says:

      Vindman tried to alter the Ukraine telephone call transcript but the White House moved it into a more secure system. Schiff complained about it during kangaroo court.

      I caught them. I caught them all.
      Said the very stable genius President Donald J Trump

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  49. Ozium says:

    Look on the bright side Josh, and indictment has a way of focusing the mind. Tough to file and addendum to a FISA alteration I’m guessing. Federal prison has a similarly focusing quality as well. Especially when a fella is as pretty as young Mr Campbell.

    Be swell if you and Big Jim could share an cell. You may want to work that into a plea.

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  50. Rosemaryflower says:

    what?
    Why is this happening now, right when we are all so busy watching the impeachment trials and listening to our news information guides?????????
    Now my brains are getting all —
    Let’s ask Lt Col Schiffty Schiff if this is all on the up and up
    Someone needs …. heads need to roll

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