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    IG Report Reveals Steele Funneled Claims Through John McCain After FBI Dropped Him

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    FBI Deputy Dir McCabe Says Trump Admin Refusing To Turn Over Evidence…Ironic

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    The filing, signed by McCabe’s attorney Murad Hussain, stated that “to date plaintiff has had no opportunity to take discovery…Plaintiff has not and cannot learn of all the relevant facts and present them in an admissible form without discovery.”

    McCabe was ousted by the Department of Justice for lack of candor in March, 2018. McCabe was caught repeatedly lying to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s team and leaking information to the media. Then Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement that “McCabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor — including under oath — on multiple occasions.”

    “The FBI expects every employee to adhere to the highest standards of honesty, integrity, and accountability,” Sessions stated in his March, 2018, statement. He was fired just two days before he was set to retire and recover his pension.

    Moreover, McCabe has had several criminal referrals filed against him with the Justice Department. One was issued by Horowitz and another by 11 members of Congress in April, 2018, for his role in the bureau’s probe into Trump’s then campaign and the now debunked theory that there was collusion with Russia in the 2016 election.

    Horowitz’s most recent report on the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation and its findings that Page, a short term campaign volunteer for Trump, was improperly surveilled with the use of a FISA warrant is sure to have repercussions on McCabe and his lawsuit. It should.

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    Last month, the Department of Justice released a report on an internal investigation by its inspector general (IG) exposing how spying occurred on a campaign aide of President Donald Trump.

    The report could culminate in a series of prosecutions overseen by Attorney General William Barr, who appointed the unflappable John Durham, a veteran U.S. attorney of impeccable integrity, to further investigate the matters being examined by the inspector general.

    J. Edgar Hoover would be turning in his grave upon hearing these findings.

    Only a few short years ago, President Trump was attacked by the media and politicians for criticizing the FBI and the nation’s intelligence services. The implication was that the FBI’s rank-and-file were being critiqued, and therefore, their morale was sinking, impairing their ability to protect us. This was the opinion from those who have, historically, hardly been supportive of FBI agents and CIA case officers.

    But the rank-and-file of the FBI always understood that they weren’t the object of the president’s ire.

    Quite the opposite, they know it was the bureau’s upper management—the leadership—that was being called into question. Historically, the FBI’s field agent culture has been at odds with upper management, viewing it as an impediment to the pursuit of significant investigations. Now, the rank-and-file are for the most part appalled to learn from the inspector general’s report about the deception and abuses, the outright fraud perpetrated by the bureau’s upper ranks on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Court.

    These were acts and omissions emanating from and conducted within the concrete walls of JEH—The Hoover Building housing the FBI’s upper management.

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    “I can tell you that a few of us, are not only appealing this to the Judge who has now taken over the FISA process but we are also looking at this when it comes to renewing the FISA process within Congress,” Meadows told this reporter. “There’s a renewal of a section of the FISA that is coming up. I’ll be talking to (former Chairman) Bob Goodlatte, who used to be the chairman of the Judiciary Committee – is now working from the outside, is retired- we’re now working very actively with the administration to make sure that no American, not just the President of the United States, not Carter Page, it’s not just a few people but to ensure that no American’s civil liberties were actually infringed upon, and that’s what happened here.”

    “Not only did it happen, but it happened deliberately and until we fix it all Americans are at risk,” Meadows warned.

    Meadows said it was inexplicable that Kris was selected to review the changes suggested by FBI Director Christopher Wray to the bureau’s procedures in handling FISA warrants.

    “When you look at his twitter feed, when you look at the comments he’s made not only did he go after Devin Nunes but he’s gone after the President, he’s a contributor for MSNBC at times,” said Meadows.

    Rep. Devin Nunes, R-CA, told SaraACarter.com on Sunday that the selection of Kris by the FISC is “a ridiculous choice. The FBI lied to the FISC, and to help make sure that doesn’t happen again, the FISC chose an FBI apologist who denied and defended those lies. The FISC is setting its own credibility on fire.”

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    Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said on Tuesday that he has started closed-door interviews as part of his deep dive into the surveillance courts and the FBI’s Russia probe.

    Graham confirmed to reporters that he has started the depositions, then escaped into a Senate elevator.

    Graham is using his gavel to probe the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) surveillance warrants involving Trump campaign associate Carter Page and the FBI’s handling of the investigation into Russia's election meddling and the Trump campaign.

    He’s requested testimony from more than 20 current Justice Department and FBI officials.

    He also wants to call former officials including former FBI Director James Comey, former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates before his committee.

    The deep dive comes amid growing concerns about the potential for abuse of the FISC after Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz found 17 “significant inaccuracies and omissions” in the Page warrant application.

    Some of President Trump’s biggest allies want to use a debate over soon-to-expire provisions of the USA Freedom Act to make broader changes to the surveillance court.

    Trump is convening a meeting on Tuesday afternoon with lawmakers on both sides of the debate to try to break the stalemate.

    Congress has until March 15 to extend three provisions of the USA Freedom Act.

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