New Napalm Memo Knocks ‘Witch Hunt’ Off The Rails, May Have Rosenstein Needing An Attorney Of His Own

Kirsters Baish| It appears as though crooked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein may finally see justice for his sneaky actions towards the FISA Court. These actions led to the court’s agreement to allow the unverified Trump “dossier” to be utilized as evidence. If there’s any good left in our country’s justice system, Rosenstein will rot in jail for his actions.

It turns out that Rosenstein was the one to approve the FISA warrant application. He was also the one to confirm all regulations and requirements for the FISA Act were met.

American Journal Review reports that new memorandum roves that Rosenstein had been lying during the entirety of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ridiculous “witch hunt.”

This means that things are not looking very good for Rod Rosenstein. Everything he has been trying to do is about to be undone once and for all.

The greatamericanrepublic writes:

Journalist Paul Sperry tweeted on August 5, 2018 that we should look this month for President Donald Trump to “declassify 20 redacted pages of the June 2017 FISA renewal.”

Sperry is referring to a Portable Document Format file released on July 21, 2018 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which contains heavily redacted versions of four Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant applications to conduct surveillance of Carter Page, who had been a foreign policy adviser to presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Despite the redactions on the document, the warrant application from June of last year is solid evidence against the Deputy Attorney General.

The FISA application from June 2017 can be seen started on page 292 of the PDF. It is titled “VERIFIED APPLICATION.”

On page 379, the document states: “The FBI has reviewed this verified application for accuracy in accordance with its April 5, 2001 procedures[.]”  On PDF pages 390-391, it states the following under the heading “APPROVAL”: