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This is a very thorough graphic within a long summary article from Epoch Times.
Spygate: The True Story of Collusion
How America’s most powerful agencies were weaponized against President Donald Trump
As an update on this story:
Carter Page's New York lawsuit was thrown out.
He is now suing the DNC:
Nunes: Time to Declass FISA?
Frustrated he hasn't been able to release documents.
Thinks it is a mistake to trust Rosenstein.
This is a good article describing Rogers' activities.
Surely these facts should soon be seeing the light of day soon.
(Inspector General's Report)
(Indictments that follow)
It was after this meeting Trump tweeted:
"Obama was wiretapping me."
MSM all laughed and disparaged.
They will not do so soon.
Oh, great. More delays.
And, from the Hill:
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Greg Hunter – Radio host Dr. Dave Janda says Attorney General Jeff Sessions was removed because he did not release declassified FISA documents before the midterm elections that were used to spy on Donald J. Trump. It was a treasonous failed coup attempt to remove a duly elected President, and now justice is about to be served.
Dr. Janda explains, “I think the first thing you have to start with is declassifying documents, and I believe he is going to do that. I also believe there is a very short time window here. The time window is between now and when the Democrats take control of the House of Representatives.
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My questions are:
Will we see the Inspector General's Report before January?
Trump said declassifying himself would be seen as tampering with Mueller:
Could Witaker now make the decision and declassify?
Or, is all declass stalled until new Senate probe next year?
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., revealed the existence of a "fourth bucket" of information related to potential misconduct by the FBI that he wants declassified.
On his way out as chairman, as Democrats will take control of the House next year, Nunes said his panel's investigation into the Justice Department and FBI is largely complete. Still, he said the public release of these "buckets" would help give his efforts a sense of "finality."
Speaking with anchor Maria Bartiromo on her Fox News program "Sunday Morning Futures," Nunes said the first of three "buckets" were the Russia-related documents President Trump walked back from declassifying earlier this year.
The last tranche of documents, he said, pertains to emails showing knowledge about withholding information from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court.
"The new fourth bucket that we're asking to be declassified now is — for months we have been reviewing emails between FBI, and DOJ, and others that clearly show that they knew about information that should have been presented to the FISA court," he said.
The other three "buckets" of documents he and GOP allies have pushed Trump to declassify remain under wraps.
After making a declaration in September to have these documents declassified and Russia-related texts from officials, including FBI Director James Comey, released, Trump reversed course after meeting with top DOJ officials, including Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Trump explained that declassifying them himself could be perceived as tampering with the Russia investigation and said he also headed concerns from "key allies;" instead Trump said he would leave it to the DOJ inspector general to review the documents.
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