Elder Patriot – Those expecting that the 99-page memo released to Alex Jones shortly after noon today would rock the earth will be sorely disappointed.
FISC Judge Rosemary Collyer did confirm FISA rule violations but the revelations have been widely circulated for many months.
This smacks of the Clintons’ long held practice of slowly leaking incriminating information until the public becomes immune to each successively more damning revelation.
The release did contain a good first step in proving that President Trump had been targeted by Obama’s intelligence community but this was not the explosive memo the House Intel Committee is sitting on that accuses Obama’s minions of knowingly defrauding the FISC by submitting a phony dossier as proof that a warrant was justified.
The FISC did find that Obama appointees at the FBI, the CIA, the NSA, and the National Counterterrorism Center had committed multiple violations of targeting rules:
Further the court found:
The court also held that:
The conclusion is that FISC Judge Rosemary Collyer, who wasn’t looking for proof of wrongdoing but only a reason to grant a warrant, nevertheless found significant violations of FISA regulations.
However, because of the serious nature of the charges Collyer found the violations insufficient to block further surveillance.
What will Collyer rule if the House releases proof that the phony dossier – that was not vetted by the FBI – was the proximate reason for her looking the other way? What if evidence of a Secret Society at the highest levels of the Intel community is found to be committed to bringing down President Trump?
This was not the explosive revelation we’ve been waiting for but it is an important pillar of the entire case against the Deep Sate operatives aligned against Trump.