President Trump to Declassify June 2017 Carter Page FISA Renewal App Signed By Rod Rosenstein


Look for President Trump to declassify the June 2017 Carter Page FISA renewal this month, says investigative reporter, Paul Sperry.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and then-Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe both signed off on the June 2017 Carter Page FISA renewal–things could get interesting!

Screenshot of Rosenstein’s signature on June 2017 FISA renewal app:
 

 

Thanks to Judicial Watch, the Carter Page FISA docs were released a couple weeks ago after the watchdog filed a FOIA lawsuit.

Although the documents were dishonestly and heavily redacted, they confirm the FBI and DOJ misled the FISA courts.

GOP lawmakers such as Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) and Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) called for the FISA docs to be declassified.

President Trump tweeted about the Carter Page FISA docs shortly after they were released to the public, slamming Crooked Hillary and called for the discredited Mueller witch hunt to be shut down.

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The REAL REASON Why Peter Strzok Wanted To Keep Declassification Authority When He Moved To Mueller Team


There may be some confusion out there as to why Peter Strzok was so insistent on keeping the declassification authority from his previous office at the FBI when he joined the team for Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation.

Judicial Watch has obtained emails between Strzok and his former chain of supervisors, in July 2017, discussing the authorities Strzok wanted to retain from his previous FBI position as Deputy Assistant Director of the Counterintelligence Division.  Strzok wanted to keep those authorities while he was working for Mueller.  The declassification authority isn’t the only interesting one, but it’s getting the most media attention.

Here is the passage from Strzok’s 13 July 2017 email:

Broadly, I need to be able to act at least in the capacity of my old CD DAD job – approve NSLs, conduct [redacted] declassify information, [redacted] agent travel, requisitions, etc.  Of those, the most problematic and one of the most essential is declassification authority. As I understand it, declassification authorities are billet-limited by Division and position, and they are provided by DOJ, not by the FBI. CD has three. I understand the need to fill my position within CD, but I’d respectfully request based on mission need that I keep the authorities from my old job.

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Video: Judicial Watch Director of Investigations Chris Farrelll - Mueller Is Abusing His Power


Judicial Watch Director of Investigations Chris Farrell on how special counsel Robert Mueller’s team is trying to convict Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort of bank fraud, tax evasion and conspiracy. Farrell also discussed how Judicial Watch received a series of redacted documents released by the FBI.

 

 
 
 
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Video: Judge Napolitano - Potential Impact of Manafort Trial On Russia Probe


Judge Napolitano gives a very insightful analysis of where things sit right now and brings up the bombshell that Rod Rosenstein may be called as Manafort's first witness to explain why he exonerated Manafort on the same charges a decade ago!

 

 
 
 
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Video: Devin Nunes: Americans Will Be ‘Shocked’ By Other Carter Page FISA Info

Nunes Calls For Declassifying More of FISA Warrant


FISA warrant documents regarding Carter Page were released with heavy redactions; Rep. Devin Nunes calls for Americans to see more of this information

 

 
 
 
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Five Clues Don Jr.’s Trump Tower Meeting Was Set Up as Dem Dirty Trick


Editor's Note: Just like the fake Steele dossier, the Trump Tower meeting was a setup to be exploited should Trump be elected (part of the now infamous "insurance policy" talked about by FBI agent Peter Strzok). Hillary Clinton and the Deep State play as dirty as dirty gets. And they keep milking "this one single lame non-event" to try and keep the fake Russia Trump collusion narrative on life-support.

 

NEW YORK — Amid renewed news media attention focusing on the infamous brief meeting at Trump Tower on June 9, 2016 between individuals tied to Russia, Donald Trump Jr. and other campaign officials, it is instructive to review the largely unreported details surrounding the get-together that point to the increasing likelihood of the confab being set up as a dirty trick against Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

By Aaron Klien
Breitbart.com

Below, in no particular order, are five key details drawn from Breitbart News investigative reporting that raise immediate questions about the possibility of anti-Trump shady business at play in arranging the infamous meeting.

1 – Rob Goldstone, the English publicist and music manager, admitted that when he wrote Donald Trump Jr. to set up the meeting with a Russian attorney at Trump Tower he used deliberately hyperbolic language to ensure that the meeting took place. In testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee reviewed in full by Breitbart News, Goldstone further said that he believes the meeting was a “bait and switch” by a Russian lobbyist seeking a meeting on another matter by misleadingly claiming to be bringing the Trump campaign dirt on Hillary Clinton.

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Judge Orders Fusion GPS To Reveal Dossier Details In BuzzFeed Lawsuit


By Chuck Ross
TheDailyCaller.com

  • Judge orders Fusion GPS to disclose details of its dossier work.
  • The opposition firm has avoided deposition in a dossier-related lawsuit against BuzzFeed.
  • Lawyer for plaintiff says ruling “gave us everything that we had hoped for.”

Representatives of Fusion GPS must answer a broad array of questions about the opposition research firm’s role in creating, investigating and disseminating the infamous Steele dossier, a federal judge ruled.

U.S. District Court Judge Ursula Ungaro issued the decision Tuesday in a defamation lawsuit a Russian tech executive filed against BuzzFeed News, which published the dossier on Jan. 10, 2017.

The trial is scheduled to begin in Miami in November.

Ungaro ruled that attorneys for the executive, Aleksej Gubarev, can ask Fusion GPS representatives in a deposition about the firm’s dossier clients, its efforts to verify the dossier, its decision to hire dossier author Christopher Steele and its interactions with government officials and media outlets, including BuzzFeed.

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