Rank and Vile – DOJ Inspector General Identifies 93 Percent Non-Compliance Within FISA Review – Issues So Bad IG Presents Interim Report Before Reviewing Details…

After the DOJ Offfice of Inspector General (OIG), Michael Horowitz, presented his December 2019 findings of the FISA application used against U.S person Carter Page, the gross deficiencies and intentional fraud were so extensive the IG said he was going to review a sample of FISA applications to identify if the fraud and abuse was widespread.

The OIG began reviewing FISA applications from eight field offices (the proverbial “rank and file”).  The OIG selected 29 FISA applications from those field offices over the period of October 2014 to September 2019.  Additionally, every field office and the DOJ-NSD generate internal “Accuracy Reviews”, or self-checks on FISA applications; so the OIG inspected 42 of the accuracy review FISA files to determine if they were compliant.

The results were so bad the IG produced an interim memorandum to the DOJ and FBI [pdf link here].  Within the 17-page-memo the IG notifies Attorney General Bill Barr and FBI Director Chris Wray that all of the claimed FISA processes, in every field office, are grossly deficient, and in most cases there is zero compliance with FISA standards.  The IG memorandum is presented before the IG even looks at the specifics of the non-compliance.

Below is the report/memorandum.  Additionally I am summarizing the stunning top-lines identified by the IG memo:

  • The IG reviewed 29 FISA applications, surveillance warrants, used against U.S. persons.
  • The 29 FISA applications were from eight different field offices.
  • The FISA applications were from Oct/2014 through Sept/2019.
  • All of the FISA applications reviewed were approved by the FISA court.

The ‘Woods File’ is the mandatory FBI evidence file that contains the documentary proof to verify all statements against U.S. persons that are contained in the FISA application.  Remember, this is a secret court, the FISA applications result in secret surveillance and wiretaps against U.S. persons outside the fourth amendment.

♦ Within the 29 FISA applications reviewed, four were completely missing the Woods File.  Meaning there was zero supportive evidence for any of the FBI claims against U.S. persons underpinning the FISA application.  [ie. The FBI just made stuff up]

♦ Of the remaining 25 FISA applications, 100% of them, all of them, were materially deficient on the woods file requirement; and the average number of deficiencies per file was 20.  Meaning an average of twenty direct statements against the target, supporting the purpose of the FISA application, sworn by the FBI affiant, were unsubstantiated.  [The low was 5, the high was 63, the average per file was 20]

♦ Half of the FISA applications reviewed used Confidential Human Sources (CHS’s).  The memo outlines that “many” of applications containing CHS claims had no supportive documentation attesting to the dependability of the CHS.

♦ Two of the 25 FISA applications reviewed had renewals; meaning the FISA applications were renewed to extended surveillance, wiretaps, etc. beyond the initial 90-days.  None of the renewals had any re-verification.  Both FISAs that used renewals were not compliant.

But wait… it gets worse.

The DOJ and FBI have an internal self-check mechanism.  The DOJ National Security Division (DOJ-NSD) chief counsel, and the chief counsel for every FBI field office are required to conduct an “Accuracy Review” of selected FISA applications.  One per field office (25 to 30 field offices),which are also sent to DOJ-NSD (main justice) for general counsel inspection.

Keep in mind, these “accuracy reviews” are known in advance, so the FBI has all the time in the world to select the best FISA file for review.  Additionally, I surmise the OIG wanted to inspect the “accuracy review” FISA’s because they would show the best light on the overall system itself.  The OIG was looking for the best, most compliant, product to report on.

However, when the OIG inspected 42 of these Accuracy Reviews, the IG identified that only three of them had accurately assembled documents (Woods File) supporting the application.  The error rate within the files self-checked was over 93%.

So the best FBI files are selected to undergo the FBI and DOJ-NSD accuracy review.  The accuracy review takes place by FBI legal counsel and DOJ-NSD legal counsel.  However, the IG finds that only three FBI applications in the accuracy reviews were compliant.

The error rate in the files undertaken by the internal accuracy review was over 93% (3 compliant out of 42 reviewed).  These were the FISA files with the greatest possibility of being accurate.  Let that sink in…

Here’s the OIG Report/Memorandum:

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410 Responses to Rank and Vile – DOJ Inspector General Identifies 93 Percent Non-Compliance Within FISA Review – Issues So Bad IG Presents Interim Report Before Reviewing Details…

  1. MaineCoon says:

    More training! Who’s going to train Wray? Who’s going to train Bagpipes?

    Liked by 13 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      When is Gen. Flynn’s case going to be dismissed? When is he going to be a ‘free’ man? When does the FIB reimburse General Flynn for the $$$MMs in financial damage? Replace his home?

      Crooks. All of them.

      Liked by 28 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      Oh, geez…just heard Wray has the Chinese virus. He’ll do anything to not go to training.

      Liked by 15 people

      • vikingmom says:

        Maybe Wray and Fredo can go into quarantine together? I have personal reasons for despising Chris Cuomo and I have to admit that his diagnosis does not bother me in the least bit!! I wish them both to have to suffer even one half of the misery they have caused to other families!


      • samwise163 says:

        MaineCoon you are on a roll tonight! I’m loving it😆


  2. mtg50 says:

    Wake-up folks. This is just a BS cover by attributing general bad procedure to the FISA process,rather than intentional abuse to spy on and remove President Trump by Comey et al.. More deep-state cover by Horowitz,

    Liked by 15 people

    • disgusted citizen says:

      Exactly. Intentional Abuse to further an agenda. Corruption from the top down and from down to top. This is a systemic problem across all government institutions. The amount of corruption is astounding.

      Liked by 3 people

    • keithinmissouri says:

      That was my thought as well. Sundance hypothesized that he sought the most compliant examples. I wondered if he deliberately picked the non-compliant to support the position that its systematic malfeasance versus focused coup.


  3. dcnnc says:

    Does anybody know what these “40 corrective measures Director Wray ordered late last year” even are?

    Liked by 5 people

    • Jederman says:

      Or, if they’ve actually been implemented? I mean, do you really have to actually implement window dressing? Happy to glad, the deck chairs… .

      What low life frauds and that apparently includes Hannity’s often talked about but rarely seen, hard working, yada, yada… “rank and file.”

      Liked by 1 person

  4. InAz says:

    Reading this article about the corruption, abuses, greed and power hungry fed employees, really makes me disappointed that I will not be going to federal court jury selection as summoned because of the Covid-19 hysteria.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. iconoclast says:

    Does Andrew McCabe still work for CNN? Does the Sanctimonious Right Reverend James Comey, author of A Higher Loyalty, dare show his face in public? These people have no shame.

    Liked by 14 people

    • Jederman says:

      Yes, that is the new trend. Contrition and acknowledgement of wrong doing is for chumps. Slick willie paved the way for the new, modern approach to personal and professional ethics (HRC isn’t far behind).

      Leverage every grain of spin and mis-direction you can get from the corrupt msm and deny, deny, deny. Then act like nothing happened.When they let him get away with it every other creepy “public servant” saw the escape route.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Spooky says:

      I’m sure McCabe is still being nicely compensated by Jeff Zucker and have no doubt Saint James Comey will show his demonic face in public and spout the usual smooth talking pathological BS. As you have pointed out they are shameless as well as being remorseless.


    • mike11946 says:

      The arrest should star with Father Jim Comey just like Roger Smith roust him out of bed at 5:30 in the morning with OAN News there filming then whole thing, then the next morning start the day with Andrew McCabe and everyday continue arresting everyone in the FBI,DOJ, then go after Hillary Clinton then all the people in the Obama clan who had any knowledge of the attempted coup on our President. If this is not done methodically with purpose we lose. Whether juries in Washington DC find them guilty or not at least bankrupt everyone of them, take away any pensions they are receiving and never let them ever work for the US Government and disbarr them to never practice law at the Federal level. These people are monsters. If Barr and Durham do not do this they are traitors to this country. Also the Schiff’s and Pelosi’s of this world need to be kicked out of government also. Any suggestions on other people who should be held responsible and tried?


  6. Shut down the FBI, CIA, etc.

    Liked by 12 people

  7. ChampagneReady says:

    The person with the originination idea of FISA …

    “I have a great idea. Let’s start a court where the defendant we want to prosecute has no rights whatsoever and where the government secretly gets to present all the evidence against the person.”

    Where are the Three Stooges when you need them.

    Liked by 6 people

  8. MaineCoon says:

    “However, when the OIG inspected 42 of these Accuracy Reviews, the IG identified that only three of them had accurately assembled documents (Woods File) supporting the application. The error rate within the files self-checked was over 93%.”

    Sundance, the reason only 3 files were compliant out of 42 Accuracy Reviews is that in the rest of their ‘matters’ the FBI spied on US citizens without any FISA warrants at all; hence, there were no files to submit.

    That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. Like the FIB I don’t need any corroborating evidence.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Daniel M. Camac says:

      MaineCoon, You solved the case….but but but Commandant Wray still believes you need ethics training because he just does…..and he is the cream of the crop FIBBER!

      If I could smack that freaking “grin” off his face every time he speaks I’d have to go to the chiropractor more than once every 3 weeks.

      I pray every day that our VSGPDJT has a plan to take down these insidious institutions and that WE are a big part of that plan. Top to bottom…pfffffffffhhh


  9. The more we learn the more we realize….
    They needed us to believe the lie that Trump & Co, were colluding with Putin thinking it would prevent us from discovering the truth that 0bama & Co. were operating like Stalin.

    Any attempts at “reform” without making an example of at least a few of the prime movers by locking their asses up will be about as effective as pissing up a flag pole.,

    Liked by 14 people

    • ann says:

      ,”Any attempts at ‘reform’ without making an example of at least some of the prime movers”.

      Until INCARCERATION of JD top command i cannot claim we are still a free self governed nation.

      This comes as no surprise,. JD record of performance is ZERO individual punishments of dirty prosecutors/agents . Thie JD stance is their institution, comphresive of all members, deviant or not, are above law.

      That’s an intransigent assertion of ill gotten complete control. ,over us, CONgress, our President and exempting their institution from the Constitution.

      Its a staredown between citizens and the DoJ. No institution gives up power because it’s the right thing to do.
      And we certainly can’t expect such principled conduct from the hypocritical creeps who’ve risen like scum to the top. Authority attracts such, as they are gratified by the mistaken belief they personally OWN power.

      Think of Strouck Rosenstein, Lynch, McCabe, Mueller, Comey. Really? These are the quality of persons fobbed off on us as trustworthy to guard what is most precious to our country.?

      a damn insult !

      If in the last thirty rears the command has simply DONE their damn job, we’d have a functional authentic government, not this farce of a CONgress and pretense of justice and national security..

      I’m ready to go. Sign me up. 🙋🏼‍♀️🇺🇸🦅


      • Daniel M. Camac says:

        ann, Me too. It really is time for President Trump to call up the real army….meaning us!
        As much as I hoped that good would overcome evil, AG Barf and his invisible team of misfits have done what? yeah, they stopped the Mulehead BS team only to be taken over by the Piglosi Shampeachment and now the Chinese/DeepState(Dems.RINOS,etc) virus debacle.

        Oh and let’s not forget the righteous John Durham going after some dipsh*t who said he would shoot a Communist who works in Congress? How bout going after on the dipshits who threatened our President, his family and his cabinet?

        Live Free or Die….time to make a choice is getting very short.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Charlie Hargrave says:

        Until everyone involved faces jail time, which will NEVER happen, none of this matters.

        None of us matter. None of what any of us think matters.

        The rule of law in America is no longer. The only rule anyone needs to follow is don’t get caught. There is no more right or wrong.

        Liked by 1 person

  10. Doppler says:

    From Oct 2014 thru Sep 2019, that’s two Obama years, and three Trump years. Shame on Obama. Shame on Trump. Barr has been enabling wholesale abuse of US Citizens’ 4th Amendment rights to privacy. Is he one of Durham’s targetos? I hope so.

    Liked by 1 person

    • upstate909 says:

      Some of those probably slipped through Sessions too! He was so ineffective to say the least.


    • Jan says:

      Barr was confirmed 2/14/2019. He has nothing to do with this. Rosenstein joined the coup in April 2017 when he was confirmed as DAG. We don’t have any Republicans in the DOJ even if they say they are.


  11. Jill Woodliff says:

    Amos 5:24 But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.

    Liked by 6 people

  12. clipe says:

    Everyone back to work.


    Then we’ll deal with what is the real virus.

    The loony lotus-licking lefty Lilliputians.


  13. If Director Wray is not fired by close of business tomorrow, I will start having a loss of confidence in PDJT. Sorry people, but this krap has to stop sometime and now is a good a time as ever.

    Concurrently, if AG Barr does not initiate “some” legal proceedings against some of the people with outstanding criminal referrals by the end of this week, he should be terminated by close of business on Monday. If not, my confidence in PDJT will be further eroded.

    I can see no valid reason for The Boss not telling AG Barr to have a movement or find another place to sit his carcass.

    Liked by 7 people

  14. owtolunch says:

    How about Televised Resignations of each person who participated in the faulty investigations identified by Horowitz. That would be just for starters…. FBI and DOJ…. others?

    Then each Federal Judge who oversaw and approved each of the said FISA warrants…. That should clear out a tremendous number of folks at the FBI, FISA Court and DOJ.

    Those who are remaining should resign if they were party to other FISA investigations that were substandard/didn’t meet policy requirements.. That should just about do it… Most of these folks would be gone.

    Start rebuilding from the outside with hard-line performance standards….


    Liked by 2 people

    • Dave Hunter says:

      Since it is the Counterintelligence people in the FBI who make use of the FISA warrants it follows that the entire CI team in the bureau has to go. It is pretty clear that the Woods procedures were nothing more than a sop to the FISA Court so that the FBI could continue with business as usual. Who was in charge of the FBI when Woods procedures were initiated? Yup, Mueller.

      Mueller and his entire team KNEW on day one that the investigation of Carter Page, and the Trump campaign, was a fraud, yet they continued to investigate and process crimes were the goal, along with the fantasy of obstruction of justice charges against the president. Every prosecution except possibly Manafort, is fruit of the poisonous tree…

      One other thought. Huber’s appointment was a complete fraud by Sessions, and that needs to be injected into the campaign down there in Alabama.

      Finally, no more FISA warrants on U.S. persons./end

      Liked by 5 people

  15. jingosam says:

    Fradulent Information Subversive Act. The FBI is corrupt. The FISA court is corrupt. Take the former down to the bare bones and start over. Terminate the latter.

    Liked by 7 people

    • glissmeister says:

      Well, it still lands at the feet of corrupt and incompetent political parties legislating voluminous acts of stupidities upon stupidities.

      What is the price of too many laws? What is the impact of criminalizing a society?

      We are looking at it. People in the judicial system and law enforcement are tragicomically and catastrophically overworked, stuffed full of anti-depressants when they aren’t lubricated with alcohol. These are our fellow citizens, folks and they are heroically immersed in a deeply destructive and brutally dysfunctional unmediated bureaucracy.

      The Moronicrats in Congress and their insipid provincial moralisms and desire to grandstand legislated morality by statutory decree have created a jungle of complexity has exhausted the LEO and Judicial cultures of our modern era beyond their ability to function unpathologically; especially the judicial branch.

      It’s a friggin’ crises folks! We’re wrong to demonize them for the gawd-awful mess we’ve made of our laws and judicial environment.

      We gotta get back to crimes against persons and property. We gotta get back to incarcerating depravity; locking up the depraved that can’t be trusted to walk the streets.

      We gotta get out of the policing morality business. It’s bankrupted our nation. It’s turned too many otherwise honest people into criminals, liars and hypocrites.

      The duplicity of these broken systems is corrosive to everything precious in life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

      Way too many laws. Too much is criminalized. We are all one false accusation away from a destroyed life.

      The insanity gripping our Congress is the product of two malignantly corrupt political parties and a failure of honesty among ourselves. For decades we have been deluded into conducting a war upon individual liberty.

      We reap what we sow. Bitter harvest, this.

      We need less punishment, not more. More healing. Redemption. I pray that our President Trump can lead a successful transformational return to our founding ideals.

      Liked by 1 person

  16. Raptors2020 says:

    The bureaucrats are now the true government.
    The politicians of both parties fear and obey them.
    Schumer’s “the intelligence community ity has six ways from Sunday of getting back at you” could not be more stark.

    So how to save the country from the Deep State?
    The Corona depression would-be an excellent excuse for cuts. That seems a quantum leap, at this point. But government work can be made less appealing in a hundred small ways. There are consultants in the private sector who know how to drive people out, in order to avoid costly layoffs.

    De-centralizing the bureaucracy is powerful, because the senior bureaucrats lack the self awareness to see the threat.
    Their physical concentration aggravates their moral denseness.

    Use the Left’s dogmas against them. Purge the senior bureaucracy of old white leftists, on the grounds of diversity. Conservative Asians seem to actually exist.

    Where’s a will, there’s a way.

    Liked by 5 people

    • That may have been the one time Schumer told the truth although it may have been by accident.

      In corporate world, you are describing what is k mown as the hatchetman- many in this site thought that was what Scaramucci’s role was.


  17. DeWalt says:

    The FBI part doesn’t surprise me at all. The FBI does not recognize your constitutional rights. Institutionally!
    The court? These judges had one job. One job and couldn’t find time to do it. Your only Constitutional protection and the Federal Judge couldn’t bother. Now . do you think your best interest is a consideration in any Federal Court pitting you vs. the Fed?
    Because of the courts Institutionalized Attitude towards our Constitutional Rights do you think it’s just the FBI? Oh no. You have a multitude of agencies following the same dance steps. I would love to see an audit of all Federal Law Enforcement.

    Liked by 9 people

    • DeWalt says:

      P.S. I’m so pissed I’m spitting on my screen. I’m in Law Enforcement and I have to deal directly with the public who is wide awake. Now guess who catches the brunt of John Q Publics frustration. You Betcha this pisses me off.

      Liked by 7 people

    • glissmeister says:

      They have qualified immunity. This culture is the product of them having qualified immunity. They are exempt from laws that apply to us.

      Qualified immunity must end. Until they are just citizens like the rest of us, their culture will only become more malignant as the worst and most perniciously aggressive among them audaciously seize more power. The depravity can only worsen.

      Qualified immunity fuels it all.

      End qualified immunity before it’s too late.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Beau Geste says:

        qualified immunity does not apply to knowing deprivation of civil rights under color of law 18 USC 242.
        Of course, immunity does not apply to perjury, lying under oath, misleading and withholding information from a court. Unless of course a crooked IG says lying and perjury are merely “lack of candor”


  18. TheLastDemocrat says:

    This is grossly un-American.
    traditionally, Democrats should be inflamed and up-in-arms about the government having a top-secret, anti-civil rights police force spying on everyone all over the place.

    Some real Jello Biafra level outrage is needed.

    But put “FISA review” in a search engine, and look at the headlines??!!!

    NBC: “FBI was not careful enough in seeking secret surveillance.”
    NY Post: “FBI routinely failed to document FISA warrant claims.”

    Lawfareblog: “Justice Department Inspector General Finds Broader Pattern of Errors in FISA Applications”

    HuffPo: [nothing]

    Daily Kos: [nothing]

    ABC: [nothing]

    CNN: Nothing.

    [to their credit some of these news outlets cannot print anything until they get their marching orders. This unified message gets sent out and then broadcast usually about 16 hours after major unanticipated news breaks.]

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  20. weirdflunky says:

    What I wouldn’t give for Trump to appoint Sidney Powell as a special prosecutor in charge of investigating all things FISA etc.

    Sidney your country needs you! You really may be our last best hope.

    Liked by 6 people

  21. Snellvillebob says:

    The only real changes made to procedures will be to prevent anyone from getting caught next time. Everything else will be window dressing. This is how criminals behave.
    The current employees of the DOJ and FBI are driving the Dirty Double Dozen’s (plus many more) getaway cars and Bill Barr is their dispatcher. They all know the getaway driver is just as guilty.
    I wish I was wrong.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. Randy says:

    Finding these deficiencies in documents generated by the rank and file of the FBI and approved/accepted by the FISC is a direct reflection on the amount of emphasis the top management placed on the importance of accuracy of these documents. This is more supporting evidence that the left believes that “any means to an end”. There needs to be more than additional training recommended. Someone needs to lose their job. That would get things started back on track.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. Shyster says:

    It’s now clearer than ever, FISA warrants should be prohibited against Americans, no ifs ands or butts. Congress needs to put the “foreign” back into the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

    Liked by 6 people

  24. Max Tadpol says:

    Shut. It Down.

    All of it.

    Liked by 6 people

  25. GB Bari says:

    Sad state of affairs.
    DoJ is a joke.
    With every discovery of the increasing severe abuse of authority committed with impunity by those entrusted with high positions of federal power, this country moves closer to a second revolution.

    Liked by 4 people

  26. DaveK says:

    Yup, this is really, really bad. In fact, I’ll bet that several FBI agents receive strongly worded letters of reprimand, that will be expunged from their records if they don’t make the same errors for another 12 months! I mean, that’s really gonna’ sting.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Beau Geste says:

      Make a personal vow to distrust any FBI or DOJ evidence if called as a juror. Stand up to jury pressure – just say “not guilty” because the DOJ/FBI are not trustworthy.
      (until the coup perps all go to jail)


  27. theoldgoat says:

    Aren’t judges involved with this? I understand that judges are supposed to look at what is brought to them in order to decide whether the information given matches up to allowing the warrants to be granted. Yet, if these reviews and procedures are so faulty that the IG can see the issues without even looking at details, where the hell were the judges?

    This just highlights why this needs to end. It has always been a highly questionable means of circumventing normal procedures, and from the looks of it, the judges are at least as faulty as the agency personnel who put together the applications. They were a rubber stamp for issues which should always be far more carefully guarded, rather than just a hand wave blessing. The judges involved should be removed from the bench for allowing these abuses.

    The potential for abuse of our legal system was the biggest reason against such legislation. Our worst fears have been proven correct. Heads should be rolling over these abuses. Supervisory positions who allowed this should face charges and immediately lose their jobs and salaries till it is proven they actually did their jobs.

    And Barr wants this crap to continue. Isn’t that comforting?

    Liked by 3 people

    • DeWalt says:

      In my opinion the Court is more to blame than the FBI. The FBI wouldn’t try it if they new their was a penalty. That falls on the court.

      Liked by 5 people

      • jingosam says:

        Excellent point!

        Liked by 1 person

      • glissmeister says:

        Yes. The courts have not mustered the will to punish, perhaps because they are running on vapors. There is no prosecutor of prosecutors. We see much evidence of perverted lawyering in the prosecutorial culture; predatory, promiscuous. Qualified immunity has produced little more than depraved process and serial prosecutorial abuse.

        Qualified immunity needs to be revoked. It all begins with revoking qualified immunity.

        Revoking qualified immunity means they become just another citizen, subject to all the same laws and standards of reason and jurisprudence along with the rest of us.

        Because they have qualified immunity, they are literally better than us. They have immunity. They are exempt from laws that apply to the rest of us lowly citizens.

        End qualified immunity. This is essential to restore the republic our founders intended.

        Liked by 3 people

        • WSB says:



        • James Groome says:

          What they have is severable immunity – they need to be jointly, personally, and professionally liable, which would make it possible to go after their PERSONAL ASSETS for their actions as government agents OR LIABLE FOR ANY ACTIONS TAKEN UNDER THEIR SIGNATURES.


      • bruzedorange says:

        Keep probing. Keep asking questions.

        If OIG or DAG can identify who maintained the squeeze on the FISA judges, I’m guessing that would put their investigation only one step away from whoever/whatever operates as executive committee of the Deep State.

        But once this deep state Lernean Hydra is engaged, it’s win or die for the MAGA team. All the heads have to be smashed and the stumps torched, before we can hope to regain control of our country.

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      • James Groome says:

        This is FIXED in the JURY BOX… refuse to convict fellow citizens of ANY CRIME for which a government agent HAS NOT BEEN PROSECUTED. IF the government refuses to prosecute THEIR OWN… we can REFUSE TO CONVICT OUR OWN!

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      • Beau Geste says:

        DeWalt, yo uare exactly right. The FISC is corrupt. Their only purpose is to protect civil rights. They have not only failed, they are protecting the lying DOJ and FBI perps who defraud their secret Star Chamber court. The perps should be fined, disbarred, prosecuted for lying, and for violating the rules of the Court. Any honest court would also immediately withdraw improper Warrants nunc pro tunc (now as then), as if they had never been issued, to prevent protection for illegal spying, especially for a time before the Warrant was issued. The FISC judges are very bad news. They should all be replaxced with honest people who accept their responsibility to protect civil rights, and to protect teh integrity of their Court by punishing misrepresentation, and withdrawing tainted fake Warrants.

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  28. DeWalt says:

    For all you business types out there. How many times do you think this process has been used with a nod and a wink by some sleezy politician to eliminate a cronies competition?

    Liked by 4 people

  29. sturmudgeon says:

    Sundance.. Thank You for this. Would that it be blaring from all media outlets. I hope Tucker gets to do this, at least.

    Liked by 3 people

  30. Greg1 says:

    I don’t do twitter.

    I’d sure appreciate it if people bombarded Comey on twitter, and post links to this story.

    He was fbi director from 2013 to 2017.

    And send it to Wray, too.

    Liked by 1 person

    • jebg46 says:

      It needs to be sent to AG Barr by everyone. We have to let him know we won’t let him cover this up. It has to be blasted everywhere.

      We patriots know too much to allow this to disappear into the abyss. Let the President know we have his back.


  31. arsumbris says:

    Makes me sick when talking heads like Hannity pretend the “rank and file” are some holy category, apart from the “bad apples at the top”. The FBI and CIA need to be purged, root and stem, then rebuilt. They’re criminal organizations. No one with any honesty left in them can possibly fight the evil that runs the show, so I don’t feel a need to protect their “feelings” when talking about these evil organizations. You sleep with dogs, you get up with fleas. If you have integrity, don’t work for the mafia.

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    • old45model says:

      There is an observation, in Australia, that one needs to set a thief to catch a thief.
      Thus, most law enforcement does contain members of the same class as those they are attempting to detain – with the only exception being they do it with the authority of their masters.
      If they were so inclined as to stick to that path, the general public would have nothing to fear – alas, the power then goes to their heads and they become, for the most part, worse than those they accuse of breaking the law – because they do it from behind a badge or a uniform and an oath of office.


    • Mike in a Truck says:

      Sorry folks. Nothing is going to happen to these criminals. Not until and unless the R’s take over both houses.Even then,there are Repubs that will be happier if it’s all swept under the rug.


  32. Another major problem with the Chi Com Flu Hysteria.
    Important stories like this are being ignored.
    The Deep State Demons LOVE the Chi Com Flu.

    Liked by 6 people

  33. Mr e man says:

    Well, unfortunately, this sounds like proof that Comey, McCabe, Strzoc, Page et al were not specifically targeting Trump. They weren’t orchestrating a coup, they were just incompetent.
    If the abuse was only in regards to investigating Trump, then you could say they were illegally targeting him.

    Or at least that is what they will now claim. A valid investigation just done incompetently, like all the others.


    • Glass Onion says:

      Proof it was incompetence and not intentional.
      Man, I hope you are never on a jury.
      Take a couple days, research yourself some Sundance on FISA, there is plenty to find using the archives search.
      Come on back with your conclusion about incompetence.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Mr e man says:

        You think Comey et al hasn’t already done that? Don’t be naive. They have the backing of the media and that is what they will claim, regardless of what you know to be the truth.

        Your research will consist of looking at what has happened in the last few years, especially related to accountability for these characters. Or perhaps you need to re-read my comment, instead of giving me assignments.


    • Life Coach says:

      The spying & weaponization of the Obama Admin started early in the Obama Admin. It’s a safe bet Trump wasn’t even the only Republican candidate they spied on.

      That said, once Trump won they tried to stage a coup d’etat because Trump knew what they were up to & was going to expose it all.

      Obama purged the good guys in the FBI/CIA/NSA/HHS/FDA/EPA/IRS etc & replaced them with people who shared the same socialist/progressive ideology. Virtually anyone left once Trump took over has something to hide.

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    • Yeoman says:

      The FISA abuse was the tool used, not the reason for the coup attempt. Your argument is the same argument used to curtail the 2nd amendment Just because guns are used by those that refuse to follow laws, does not mean more laws would keep those people from committing murder; it also doesn’t mean the gun is the problem.

      My only caveat with my argument, is the FISA process was put in place to be abused by the powerful against the populace and the 2nd amendment was put in place to curtail the abuse by the powerful on the populace.


  34. Magabear says:

    FISA, Schmiza……..we got a country to keep in lockdown!

    Give Horowitz some credit here, he threw fertilizer all over the deep state actors with this report.

    Liked by 2 people

    • johnnyfandango says:

      To little to late. What about accountability with these FISA judges too? Ray getting fired is long over due. Barr is a bum, let Powell run the DOJ.


  35. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    These are the best files that could be found?
    If these stink so bad, what do all the rest smell like?

    Liked by 1 person

  36. An says:

    So all the warrants with renewals were inaccurate?

    Hmm, gee, pretty sure they had a few renewals of the warrant on Carter Page…

    Liked by 1 person

  37. sucesfuloser says:

    I don’t like the results for another reason. First of all; if the courts do not substantiate, they have no reason for being. And second of all; this investigation that sprinkles all FISA submissions corrupt gives an out to the treasonous coup attempt. It now will be lumped under mismanagement and be hidden among that pollution.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Sane and serious Americans will, in the long run, find ways to show they do not support an illegitimate government. It will look for our support, and not get it…

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Life Coach says:

    Imagine how bad that first FISA application that was denied must have been?!

    Liked by 3 people

  40. rebelinme2 says:

    The OIG selected 29 FISA applications from those field offices over the period of October 2014 to September 2019
    Why not take it back to 2010 and find out when FISA turned into a tool to spy on American citizens and manipulate political outcomes… Choosing this time period just goes to show the intent of such a study was to exonerate the Obama administration by implicating this administration. I want to know exactly when this train was diverted from foreign investigation onto the tracks to investigate American citizens without authorization.

    Liked by 4 people

  41. Troublemaker10 says:

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  42. namberak says:

    I can already hear Dan Bongino yelling at the mic tomorrow …


  43. AlodtWalt says:

    Look at the timing of this release. At the very height of the wuflu crisis. What better way to have it buried ASAP?

    Liked by 2 people

  44. Cogsys says:

    This is why we, as a nation, must never permit ‘work arounds’ of Constitutional mandates.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. unconqueredone says:

    The ABCmedia outlet in my area couched the report has having pointed out “sloppiness” or something similar.


  46. Bogeyfree says:

    Is it time to break out the Barr/Sergeant Schultz meme?


  47. albertus magnus says:

    This explains why PDJT is focused ONLY on correcting the problems going forward rather than send past violaters to jail. It would require some many people to be prosecuted that the nation wouldnt stand for it. And the fear of such prosecutions is why DeepState has worked so hard to bring PDJT down. And why Sessions and Barr simply focused on fixing the problem.

    Just saying.


  48. VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

    For all the grousing to/about IG Horowitz, maybe I’m in a distinct minority here…

    But as Sundance explains, sunlight is the best disinfectant..

    If all Mr. Horowitz is able to do is to pry open the stone slab covering the crypt entrance, with limited tools, in a dangerous cemetery, at considerable personal and professional risk, and in so doing, allowing the sunlight to flood in…

    Then he will be a hero to me.

    Perhaps because of this blinding daylight, the deeds of the denizens of the darkness will finally be exposed such that their is no longer an option to look away…

    And this gangrenous festerance, an order of magnitude more deadly than any external virus, will have one of two choices:

    Explode in a pus-filled boil when lanced by the sterile (?) knife, or succumb to the amputors scalpel, taking with it plenty of dying and poisoned flesh…

    Truly, the times we live in defy description.


  49. emet says:

    New legal concept: Fruit of the poisonous orchard.

    Liked by 1 person

  50. California Joe says:

    September 2019???? FBI Director Wray has been asleep at the wheel, I’d say! Heads need to roll!

    Liked by 5 people

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