When the FISA Court was presented an application to monitor Trump staffer Carter Page, it appears that maybe the application was in error. It all boils down to the author of the Russian dossier, Christopher Steele. What exactly did Mr. Steele know about his employment and when did he know it. Was the FISA application written to make the case look stronger than it actually was? You be the judge.
As Written and Reported By Aaron Klein for Breitbart:
NEW YORK — New details presented in an extensive New Yorker magazine profile of former British spy Christopher Steele, the author of the largely discredited anti-Trump dossier, raise immediate questions about a key representation inside the FISA application to obtain a warrant to conduct surveillance on Carter Page.
Page briefly served as a volunteer foreign policy adviser to Trump’s campaign. The FISA application was signed by then-FBI Director James Comey, a four-page House Intelligence Committee memo previously revealed.
Last month, Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee released a purported rebuttal to the House Republican memo. A portion of the Democrats’ document quotes directly from the mostly classified FISA application, revealing that Comey claimed to the FISA court that Steele was not aware of the political motivations for Fusion GPS hiring him to conduct research into Donald Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.
That representation was clearly aimed at providing credibility to claims made by Steele that were utilized in the FISA application to monitor Page’s communications.
Fusion GPS is headed by Glenn Simpson. The company was paid for its anti-Trump work by Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign and the Democratic National Committee via the Perkins Coie law firm. Simpson’s Fusion GPS hired Steele’s company, Orbis Business Intelligence, to do the anti-Trump work that resulted in the compilation of the infamous….
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