Editor's Note: It is well known now that most redactions have nothing to do with protecting classified information and/or sources and methods. In this case, redactions are being used to hide the truth and to provide the Democrats with the opportunity to "imply" (lie) that the redactions contain info that supports the issuance of the warrant to spy on Carter Page.
DOJ releases over 400 pages of FISA documents concerning former Trump campaign aide Carter Page; Rep. Bob Goodlatte shares insight on 'Sunday Morning Futures.' Maria Bartiromo.
"I have had the opportunity... to read these FISA warrant applications without all of those redactions... and I think that it is critically important that the American people have the opportunity to see most of the rest of those documents."
"Most of the information that is redacted in that report should easily be seen by the American people. They can judge for themselves. But I can tell you, it does not support the issuance of a warrant against Mr. Page."