FISA Court Alters Russian Collusion Case Forever with 21 Words

It only took 21 words for the new Federal Judge in charge of the FISA court to rule that what James Comey, Rod Rosenstein, and others did was unlawful under the FISA rules and procedures.

Now the cats out of the bag, and so is the fact that they illegally spied on a US President.

In a ruling the new Chief Judge of the FISA courts took his aim to those responsible for the illegal spying and surveillance. You can read the full report HERE.

In just 21 words, Boasberg provided the first judicial declaration the FBI had misled the court, not just committed process errors. “There is thus little doubt that the government breached its duty of candor to the Court with respect to those applications,” Boasberg wrote.

“The frequency and seriousness of these errors in a case that, given its sensitive nature, had an unusually high level of review at both DOJ and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have called into question the reliability of the information proffered in other FBI applications,” Boasberg wrote.

The no-fault mantra has been spread by everyone from President Trump’s former deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, who insisted the DOJ took its responsibility to submit “admissible evidence, credible witnesses” very seriously, to the ex-FBI Director James Comey, who declared recently it was “nonsense” to suggest the bureau opened a probe without good cause.

Some of these defenses — including a focus on fixing process suggested by current FBI chief Christopher Wray — have persisted even after Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz issued a damning report in December finding the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant applications targeting former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page were riddled with mistakes, including 17 examples of misconduct, misinformation or outright lies. 

You can read more from the great John Solomon at Just The News.

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