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DOJ Inspector Generals’ FISA report

By Kirk Allen & John Kraft

On December 9, 2019

Washington DC (ECWd)-

The Department of Justice Inspector General’s FISA report has been released and can be downloaded at this link. 

While there is a lot to absorb in over 475 pages of information, a few statements do jump out upon initial review.

  • Relevant Information Inaccurately Stated, Omitted, or Undocumented in the First Application Our review found that FBI personnel fell far short of the requirement in FBI policy that they ensure that all factual statements in a FISA application are “scrupulously accurate.”
  • We identified multiple instances in which factual assertions relied upon in the first FISA application were inaccurate, incomplete, or unsupported by appropriate documentation, based upon information the FBI had in its possession at the time the application was filed.
  • Omitted Papadopoulos’s consensually monitored statements to an FBI CHS in September 2016 denying that anyone associated with the Trump campaign was collaborating with Russia or with outside groups like  Wikileaks in the release of emails;

While there are dozens of what appear to be damning statements in this report, the above is just a few from the first few pages.  While it is a lot to read, we urge everyone to read it for themselves and then compare these findings to what you hear from the media.



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  • Dave
    Posted at 13:43h, 09 December Reply

    More evidence of the federal govt operating like organized crime…. doing any damn thing they want to. The USMCA trade treaty is being created by the house of representatives, the the US Constitution states in Art. II, Sec. 2, cl. 2, US Constitution states: “the President shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the SENATE, to make Treaties, provided two-thirds of the Senators present concur.” Its crystal clear, the house has no treaty making authority! Pelosi and the democrat’s USMCA trade treaty is being enacted in defiance of the supreme law, our U.S. Constitution. They are unconstitutionally trying to create a “North American Union” thru the back door. The federal govt is suppose to be our public servants, but they have become closer to public enemy #1

    In Federalist Paper 64, John Jay wrote: “Some people want the House of Representatives to make treaties. However, house membership changes too quickly. Two years is not long enough for Representatives to study the issues required to make treaties. Therefore, the constitutional convention wisely gave the senate the power to make treaties.” John Jay, was the first Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. John Jay was an expert on the original meaning & intent of the U.S. Constitution.

    535 members of congress are going along with this power grab by Pelosi. Not one member of congress bucking against this unconstitutional usurpation by Speaker Pelosi.

  • Cindy
    Posted at 05:59h, 10 December Reply

    Just like everything else from the coup this is a sham “doctored” document.

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