“Jaw-Dropping” Text: Peter Strzok Admitted Mueller Witch Hunt Was Likely a Nothingburger

Daily Caller reports:

In an interview with WISN-Milwaukee radio host Jay Weber, Johnson read aloud a May 19, 2017 text that Strzok sent to Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer and his mistress.

Strzok wrote: “You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely, I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern that there’s no big there there.”

Johnson said that the text referred to the Mueller investigation, which had kicked off two days earlier. […]

As the FBI’s deputy counterintelligence chief, Strzok was picked in July 2016 to oversee the investigation into possible Trump campaign collusion with the Russian government. […]

“I think that’s kind of jaw-dropping,” said Johnson, a Republican, said of the Strzok text.

“In other words, Peter Strzok, who was the FBI deputy assistant director of the counterintelligence division, the man who had a plan to do something because he just couldn’t abide Donald Trump being president, is saying that his gut sense is that there’s no big there there when it comes to the Mueller special counsel investigation,” he said.

On Sunday, we learned additional text messages sent and received by disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok had been handed over to Congress. In yet another twist to the Strzok saga, the FBI failed to hand over a block of the agent’s text 

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Comment by Aka Anonymous on February 4, 2018 at 7:40pm

J.P. Morgan's Private Bank

In a search within the FinFisher spy program used against other banks, it was found where the Swiss Banking - HFSOffShore.com‎, was spying on J.P. Morgan's Private Bank. In one Bank Account there was over $640 Billion Dollars, this one account was listed within the Operation Icarus Confirmed, the British Royal Bank, holds several accounts world wide, one connected to the Swiss Banking - HFSOffShore.com.

 The Gold Reserves were staggering, the point is did the J.P. Morgan's Private Bank  know that the Swiss Banking and the British Royal Bank of London England was using the FinFisher Spyware against them?

 Mrs. Tif Morgan and her husband, were surprised over the findings, and the FISA Courts did basically nothing to stop this. Nothing and the FISA Courts Justices Knew Of The FinFisher Spyware. It is now incorporated.

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Comment by Aka Anonymous on February 4, 2018 at 7:38pm

Trey Gowdy breaks with Trump: FISA Memo Doesn't Have 'Any Impact'

by Mrs. Tif Morgan,

Trey Gowdy breaks with Trump: FISA memo doesn't have 'any impact' on Robert Mueller's investigation Rep. Trey Gowdy broke with President Trump on where the controversial House Intelligence Committee memo leaves special counsel Robert Mueller and his Russia inquiry.

 Now Please follow The White Rabbit 'AQ Anon x FBI' States why don't Trump have the Mueller FISA Docs, a law suit file against the DOJ The FBI and Mueller for being bias against Trump. The suit was filed from PBC Florida.

While Trump tweeted Saturday morning that the memo "totally vindicates" him in regards to the federal Russia inquiry, Gowdy, a key player in the development of the report, said he doubts Mueller's probe, which is looking into possible collusion between members of Trump's campaign and the Kremlin, will be impacted.
by Daniel Chaitin | Feb 3, 2018, 8:55 PM
"I would say this. I'm sure the president is frustrated," Gowdy, R-S.C., said in an interview for CBS News' "Face the Nation" when asked about Trump's tweet. "You know, [House Intel ranking member] Adam Schiff prejudged the investigation before we interviewed the first witness, so I — I'm sure that that instructs some of what he said. I — I actually don't think it is has any impact on the Russia probe for this reason —."

In the run-up to the release of the memo, which outlines alleged abuses of surveillance authority by the U.S. government, Trump defenders had suggested that it could damage the integrity of the Mueller investigation. Even after its release, some of his biggest supporters are still calling for Mueller to quit.

However, a key point in the memo concedes that the FBI began its formal investigation into the Trump campaign in July 2016 because of foreign policy aide George Papadopoulos, and not the salacious and largely unverified "Trump dossier" as some Republicans had prevously asserted. Papadopoulos pleaded guilty in October to charges brought against him by Mueller in his Russia investigation for lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russians.

 pdf: https://ia801503.us.archive.org/15/items/20180103ManafortVDOJCompla...

image pdf: https://ia800607.us.archive.org/1/items/TheTrumpComeyConspiracyIsFB...

 To me the DOJ at that time with Muller and James Comey, look very close just like buddies, friends of Hillary Clinton.

 But still why does not Trump have the Muller FISA Law Suit?

Comment by Parrhesia on January 27, 2018 at 9:13pm


Trump broke with Justice Dept, called for release of memo: report

Comment by Aka Anonymous on January 27, 2018 at 8:57pm

 It was order last night, the network has the official FISA Abuse Memo- Documents, uncensored- the email leak Doc, is censored, most of it.


Comment by Aka Anonymous on January 27, 2018 at 8:56pm

Democrats Demand Twitter, Facebook Censor #ReleaseTheMemo Scandal

California Democrats Dianne Feinstein and Adam Schiff are demanding Facebook and Twitter take action against ‘Russian bots’ pushing the hashtag #ReleaseTheMemo.

Democrats demand social media ban #releasethememo stories

  • Last week, a four page memo detailing Obama administration abuse of FISA warrants against the Trump campaign was circulated within the US House of Representatives
  • Amid calls from several Congressional Republicans, the hashtag #ReleaseTheMemo went viral across social media
  • In an effort to downplay public concern, a “Russian propaganda” tracking website used primarily by Democrats has suggested that the #ReleaseTheMemo hashtag went viral thanks to Russian bots
  • California Reps. Dianne Feinstein and Adam Schiff sent a letter to Facebook and Twitter CEO’s on Tuesday, demanding that they take action against the “Russian bots”
  • Meanwhile, Twitter’s internal analysis of the hashtag has thus far found that authentic American accounts, not Russians, are driving #ReleaseTheMemo

Zerohedge.com reports: Despite 63 GOP lawmakers petitioning for the release of an explosive four-page memo detailing FISA warrant abuse against the Trump campaign, California Democrats Dianne Feinstein and Adam Schiff have fired off an embarrassing letter to the CEO’s of Twitter and Facebook, imploring the social media giants to take action against Russian bots pushing the hashtag #ReleaseTheMemo. (Feinstein, ironically, #ReleasedTheTranscripts of closed-door Congressional testimony by Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson in early January in an effort to influence public opinion).

Using information gleaned from the “Alliance for Securing Democracy” propaganda website which supposedly tracks 600 Twitter accounts “linked to Russian influence operations” and counts Neocon Bill Kristol as an advisor – the letter from Feinstein and Schiff reads in part:

Dear Mr. Dorsey and Mr. Zuckerberg: 

We seek your companies’ urgent assistance. Public reports indicate that accounts linked to the Russian government are again exploiting Twitter and Facebook platforms in an effort to manipulate Public opinion. These recent Russian efforts are intended to influence congressional action and undermine Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation… 

…we seek your assistance in our efforts to counter Russia’s continuing efforts to manipulate public opinion and undermine American democracy and the rule of law…

…Several Twitter hashtags, including #ReleaseTheMemo, calling for release of these talking points attacking the Mueller investigation were born in the hours after the Committee vote. According to the German Marshall Fund’s Alliance for Securing Democracy, this effort gained the immediate attention and assistance of social media accounts linked to Russian influence operations. By Friday, January 19, 2018, the #ReleaseTheMemo hashtag was “the top trending hashtag among Twitter accounts believed to be operated by Kremlin-linked groups.” Its use had “increased by 286,700 percent” and was being used “100 times more than any other hashtag” by accounts linked to Russian influence campaigns. These accounts are also promoting an offer by WikiLeaks to pay up to $1 million to anyone who leaks this classified partisan memo. 

If these reports are accurate, we are witnessing an ongoing attack by the Russian government through Kremlin-linked social media actors…

…We understand Facebook at Twitter have developed significant expertise in identifying inauthentic and malicious accounts. Further, your forensic investigations into Russian government exploitation of your platforms during the 2016 U.S. election have helped expose to the American public the vast extend of Russia’s covert influence efforts. We therefore request that your companies conduct an in-depth forensic examination of this real-time activity on your platforms…” 


That said, contrary to the ASD’s Russophobic website, by The Daily Beast claims  that internal Twitter sources confirm that the #ReleaseTheMemo hashtag has been pushed by actual Americans.

a knowledgeable source says that Twitter’s internal analysis has thus far found that authentic American accounts, and not Russian imposters or automated bots, are driving #ReleaseTheMemo. There are no preliminary indications that the Twitter activity either driving the hashtag or engaging with it is either predominantly Russian.

In short, according to this source, who would not speak to The Daily Beast for attribution, the retweets are coming from inside the country.

The source pointed to influential American users on the right, including Donald Trump Jr., with his 2.49 million followers, pushing the hashtag forward. It’s become a favorite of far-right Republican congressmen, including Steve King, who claimed the still-secret memo shows the FBI was behaving “worse than Watergate” in one viral tweet. Mark Meadows called it an “absolutely shocking” display of “FISA abuses,” referring to a counterintelligence process.

And then there’s this:



Comment by Aka Anonymous on January 27, 2018 at 8:55pm

Russian Bots are Right: #Releasethememo

  My dad was correct, No One Mentions That The Russian Trail Leads To Democratic Lobbyists, K Street lobbyists are the symbol of Washington influence-peddling as they push government for favors, subsidies, exemptions, and other special treatment for their clients- (Hillary Clinton And Sberbank AliExpress): http://teapartyorg.ning.com/forum/topics/hillary-clinton-and-sberba...

January 25, 2018, 10:43 AM EST

I agree with the Kremlin. Congress should #releasethememo, as they say on Russian Twitter. Vladimir Putin is dead wrong on Olympic drug testing, Crimean independence and Syrian genocide. But his bots have a point when it comes to the House Intelligence Committee.

For the uninitiated, Republican staff members on that committee drafted a summary of material turned over from the FBI and Department of Justice. This document reportedly alleges abuses in how the government wire-tapped Donald Trump's associates. Republican members who have seen the memo have told reporters it's worse than Watergate

The committee's Democrats tell us not to believe them. They asked Twitter to investigate whether an army of Russian trolls helped promote the popular #releasethememo hash tag. They have drafted their own classified memo to counter the Republican one. All of this, they say, is just an effort to discredit the real investigation into Russian collusion.  

So how do we find out who's telling the truth? Release both memos. I suspect we won't find evidence an American STASI took over the J. Edgar Hoover building. But Republicans have a point that there has been a lot of selective leaking about this probe for more than a year. Put the facts on the record and let the public decide.     

While we're at it, the committee should report to the public on the Barack Obama administration's policy on unmasking redacted names of Americans swept up in signal intelligence. Remember when the chairman of the committee, Devin Nunes, made allegations of illicit activities last year? Let's see the evidence.  

And don't stop there. The White House should release the transcript of the December 2016 communication between Trump's first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, and Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak. Did Flynn promise to lift the sanctions on Russia that Obama imposed a month before he left office? That's what the Democrats say. Let's find out.

Likewise, the Justice Department's inspector general should fully explain what agent Peter Sztrok meant in a text message sent before the election mentioning an "insurance policy" that had been discussed in the office of deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe. And the FBI should let us know who leaked Flynn's monitored conversations in the first place.

The republic is in great need of sunshine at the moment, particularly when it comes to Trump and Russia. Most of what we know about all of this is the result of selective disclosures. We get allegations, hearsay and process from current and former national security officials and members of Congress. They hint. They whisper. We're not authorized to see the evidence they've seen. So we end up in a state of suspended speculation. Enough.

Now of course it's true there are some government secrets worth keeping, like the identities of overseas agents or planned troop movements in a war. But the Trump-Russia story is a study in excessive secrecy. Usually the argument against excessive state secrecy is that it allows the government to hide its own abuse of power. And while that's true, another danger is that all these official secrets debase the discourse. Officials with security clearances influence public policy without the burden of proof. After all, it's classified.

Both sides do it. In the last year this tactic has become a specialty of Obama alumni who have implied -- without supporting evidence -- that Trump officials were suborned by Russian agents. See former CIA director John Brennan's congressional testimony from last May, saying unknown Trump associates had been witting or unwitting cooperators with these Russian influencers.

Trump does his own version of this shtick. He acts like a passive observer in his own government, tweeting accusations that the FBI has been spying on him, all while having the power to declassify the documents that would prove his allegations. We saw this last week at the House Intelligence Committee. Republican members tell us how shocked they are to learn what they can't really tell us.  

You've likely heard this complaint about Nunes. In the last year, the committee's chairman has gotten more bad press than an oil spill. His Democratic counterpart, Adam Schiff, also likes to talk about what he knows but cannot say. Schiff, though, gets a pass from most of the media. Remember last March when he told MSNBC that he had seen "more than circumstantial evidence" of the Trump campaign's collusion with Russia during the 2016 campaign. That set off a whirr at the time.  It's been nearly a year, where is it?

Last month Schiff tried to back up these claims. In a Wall Street Journal op-ed piece he tied together some of what we do know about Trump and Russia: that Russians approached Donald Trump Jr. promising dirt on Hillary Clinton; that Flynn discussed sanctions with Kislyak; and that Kremlin-associated figures had also approached a low-level staffer, George Papadopoulos. All of this added together is suggestive, but it remains firmly circumstantial.

Schiff would probably say I sound like a Russian hashtag. "The Russians, who are pushing the campaign to declassify this information through its social media bots and trolls, will no doubt be thrilled" if the Republican memo is made public, Schiff warned Wednesday. But he added, if that were to happen, "we would have to insist that our memorandum be likewise made public so that the entire nation is not then misled.”

In other words: #releasebothmemos. Sounds like a good start to me.

This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.

To contact the author of this story:
Eli Lake at elake1@bloomberg.net

Russian bots know a thing or two.

Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg

Russian Bots are Right: #Releasethememo
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Comment by Aka Anonymous on January 27, 2018 at 8:54pm

Council on Foreign Relations- (CFR) Deep State Declares War On #ReleaseTheMemo

Council on Foreign Relations' Deep State Declares War Against Trump. Lets make this clear, if CFR harms Trump, or if Trump is unable to remove the Democratic National Committee's CFR from political power, the Constitutional Militia will. 

The Deep State have declared war on politicians and media outlets who are demanding the immediate release of the four-page FISA Abuse Memo. 

The Deep State have declared war on politicians and media outlets who are demanding the immediate release of the four-page FISA Abuse Memo. 

Since Republican Congressmen, like Matt Gaetz, came out strongly demanding the immediate declassification and public release of the House Intelligence Committee memo, the Internet has responded with a storm of activism, analysis, articles, and campaign memes, all focused around #ReleaseTheMemo .

This author is happy to declare I have had my hand in this as well, highlighting the issue on social media and creating #ReleaseTheMemo content.

However, the reaction of the Deep State to the threat of this information has been manic, as it thrashes around like a wounded serpent that has had a spear pierced straight through its body.

A leaked letter from Adam Schiff and Diane Feinstein, written to Jack Dorsey of Twitter and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, make their feelings about #ReleaseTheMemo breaking the internet abundantly clear.

They blame #ReleaseTheMemo not on patriotic Americans sick of their shit, but on, you guessed it, “the Russians”.

The sick ability of the Deep State’s agents to warp reality is nothing new. But this is a grave betrayal of free speech and the normal, healthy, legitimate desire of Patriot’s who want it exposed that Obama criminally conspired, with elements within the FBI, to subvert and destroy both the candidacy and Presidency of Donald Trump any way they can.

Schiff and Feinstein are LOSING IT because they are TERRIFIED and they know if that memo goes public they are all GOING TO JAIL! Indeed, one of the most successful #ReleaseTheMemo memes to date runs with the theme “Deep in the Schiff”!

On behalf of myself, and the thousands  of other activists who aren’t taking this anymore from these Swampites, I refute with prejudice the absurd fake news narrative that you need to be a Russian to want to see these vile corrupt and disgusting people taken down to face justice, Schiff’s neck stretches and his forehead beads with sweat, clearly in some psychic fore-shadowing of feeling the pull of the rope, if his own role as Deep State shill coverer-upper comes out.

Well, tough luck Swampites! Its coming out. Its ALL coming out. And even as individuals like myself are completely censored on Facebook right now, our ability to project past their gatekeeping continues to bring them down.

And its also on you dear reader, to share information, to check out and promote #ReleaseTheMemo, and make the pressure to expose all of these wrongs totally irresistible.

I would also like to point out that the memo that counts is the one compiled by Congressman Devin Nunes, and when he says the memo has been release then I will accept it. Expect the Deep State to try to control the narrative with a limited “memo” of their own trying to be passed off as the real deal. My advice for all activists who want to be part of making justice happen is to keep calm and keep GOING!

Shared below is the Feinstein/Schiff letter, and some choice memic examples to help the campaign along – and there is much more where that came from. Be sure to search #ReleaseTheMemo and look again periodically until the memo has been released and the Deep State conspiracy against the lawful office of the President and the freedom of people across the western world has been exposed.

And finally, from yours truly:

Facebook Teams Up With Deep State To Purge Independent Media

Facebook has launched all-out war against independent media by publicly joining forces with the Deep State, who wish to take total control of our lives. 

Facebook has launched all-out war against independent media by publicly joining forces with the Deep State, who wish to take total control of our lives. 

Last year saw the globalist tech agenda take major grievous blows as Britons voted for Brexit and Americans voted for Trump.

In both instances the Deep State and Facebook had worked hand-in-hand to pump out their globalists narratives, pro-Remain in the EU and pro-Hillary Clinton in the U.S.

People refused to buy the narrative and sought out each other’s point of view instead. Facebook could censor Alex Jones, InfoWars, Tommy Robinson, Katy Hopkins, Paul Joseph Watson, and groups like “Labour Leave” as much as they liked – people were still going directly to the sources and sharing them anyway.

The result was the ruination of media campaigns, costing up to $2 billion in the case in Clinton, demolished by ordinary people talking common sense to each other. And in the case of the UK, bloody mindedly sticking two fingers up to the State and not giving a damn. Stuff yer Project Fear! BREXIT all the way, and we will see our Brexit day!

Since this glorious victory for patriotism, the badly wounded technocrat beast has licked its wounds and striven to retake control.

Now, a year after the inauguration of Trump, we can start to see the shape of how they think they can get a way with locking social media down.

In a series of blog posts on 22nd January 2018, Facebook executives have genuflected with apologies just in time for the start of the Davos globalist jamboree, as reported in the Daily Mail.

Facebook’s “mea-culpa”, delivered through the blog of Harvard Law Professor Cass Sunstein, claims that it was “far too slow” to recognise “toxic discourse” “Russian interference” and “Fake News”. Sunstein goes onto say that Facebook was effectively too naive to “recognise bad actors” and that because this was “micro-targeted” Facebook was a “threat to democracy”. This is a weak argument trying its best to hide the Truth. Facebook failed to contain thoughts and views that harmed the PR bullshit of the elites.

Facebook now intends to “focus on friends and family” – in other words it wants to massively restrict the amount of political discussion and links that it allows to be seen. It talks of “less news, but high quality” – in other words it wants to aggressively push the globalist agenda down people’s throats and make independent media invisible.

Small wonder that trills of satisfied delight can be heard traveling over the wind from Berlin, as Angela Merkel and the Plutocrats of the EU hope to squash these pesky nationalist movements objecting to the globalists plan to bring Europe to its knees.

Equally happy is spooky, sinister, and secretive, British Prime Minister Theresa May, who is cold as ice unless there is a chance for some Government censorship. It seems to be the only thing the woman ever warms up for.

The rest of the British establishment is right behind her. No less a luminary than Heir to the Throne, (eldest son of Princess Diana RIP), Prince William, has been taking to the airwaves to denounce the effects social media on society.

Prince William has bemoaned the “coarsening of national discourse”. He claims social media has made society more atomised and polarised. Again, this is simply a smokescreen trying not to admit the truth. The public doesn’t swallow the media’s medicine like good little boys and girls anymore.

Prince William goes on to target “online trolls hiding behind anonymity” and claims social media is “destroying childhood”.

Theresa May has now unveiled a government “Fake News” unit that in true Orwellian fashion intends to be the arbiter of truth. I thoroughly look forward to owning what are sure to be mendacious and weak arguments, trying to explain away any exposure of the reeking stench rising from the British Establishment sewer.

What none of these luminaries and worthies’ dares talk about is the vehement censorship now being applied against Globalism’s enemies. The one thing Facebook and all the elites it serves don’t want to admit, is they are engaging in total desperation to silence, not the voice of “Russian Bots”, or whatever nonsense they are claiming to try to explain the defeat of their narratives, but of thousands of ordinary people who have had enough of this globalist bullshit and just aren’t going to take it anymore.

In the light of revelations about Twitter’s “shitty people” from Project VERITAS, this year is shaping up into the year where the truth community needs to bury these globalist mouthpieces once and for all. If Facebook and Twitter are to become the censors wet-dreams to try to lock pesky free-thinkers out from public discourse, then Facebook and Twitter become the enemy, and in the Info-War, like any other war, the enemy must be destroyed.

By making it nakedly apparent there can be no peaceful co-existence in a free market of ideas, denying social media from the people as a true benefit to democracy, they expose their naked terror. And if the truth terrifies theses elites so much, then they must burn in the truths fire.

2018 is shaping into quite the Info-battlefield!

Comment by Aka Anonymous on January 27, 2018 at 8:52pm

FBI Agent Leaks Explosive Release The Memo Document: FISA Abuse Memo

A former FBI agent has released one of the top secret documents in the explosive four-page FISA Abuse Memo being discussed by Congress.

 A former FBI agent has released one of the top secret documents in the explosive four-page FISA Abuse Memo released by the House Intelligence Committee to members of Congress. The four-page memo, which has the power to send high-level Obama era officials to prison, has resulted in the trending #ReleaseTheMemo social media hashtag, as conservatives and libertarians demand justice for the illegal spying campaign operated by the Obama regime.

Hal Turner, a former FBI agent who worked with the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) between 2003-2008, explains that contacts in the international Intelligence Community (IC) provided him with the leak.

“In that role, I worked with many people in the Intelligence Community (IC) including folks in the military and law enforcement, in many countries around the world.  The relationships I forged with these folks endure to this day.

“Thanks to my contacts in the IC, I have now obtained the TOP SECRET MEMO from inside British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) proving the facts laid out about above concerning spying on President Trump.”

 The top secret memo from the United Kingdom’s GCHQ – marked TopSecret Strap 3 – is published below:

What does this mean?

 Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) is an intelligence and security organization responsible for providing signals intelligence and information to the government and military of the United Kingdom.

 Hal Turner reports: On August 28, 2016, then-President Obama requested that British Intelligence begin spying on then-candidate for US President, Donald J. Trump, the Trump Organization (his business entities) and on his Presidential Campaign “Donald J. Trump for President.”

 The spying included foreign and US domestic Signals Intercepts (SIGINT).  This generally includes phone taps and planting of bugs/listening devices.  They did all this without a U.S. Search Warrant or Court Order.  

 By doing this without a US Search Warrant or Court Order – at the direct request of the President, both the British Government and President Barack Obama committed federal felonies punishable with prison, for violating wiretap laws and Constitutional protections afforded to then Mr. Trump and his people.  These actions by the British and by Obama were CRIMES.

 About two weeks later, on September 15, 2016, the British Government being run by Prime Minister Theresa May approved what they called “Operation FULSOME” and began spying on Donald Trump, his businesses and his Presidential campaign.

 The illegal spying continued for about ninety days.

 On November 17, 2017, nine days after Donald Trump won the Presidential Election, then Director of GCHQ, Robert Hannigan, requested a renewal of permission to continue the spying!  Hannigan knew that Trump had won, and still sought permission to keep spying on him.

Robert Hannigan requested permission to keep spying on Trump after he was elected president.

Johnson – and presumably his boss, Theresa May – approved the continued spying.

 But this time, the continued spying wasn’t sought by former President Obama directly.  This time, it was sought by “US National Security Advisor (Susan) Rice”, who told the British to continue the surveillance during the “Transition Period” before Trump was sworn-in.  The reason given to the British by Susan Rice:  “. . .internal US Intelligence is potentially compromised by the incoming Trump Administration.”

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson approved the continued spying on Trump, even after he became president.

 The reason President Trump isn’t going to London has nothing to do with its politically filthy Mayor Sidiq Kahn, or some nonsense between him and Theresa May about her paying attention to Radical Muslim crime rather than Trump.

 The reason President Trump will not go to London is because they spied on him, inside the United States.  They invaded his personal privacy. They invaded his business privacy. They invaded his Presidential Campaign Communications. And they spilled anything they could get their filthy little hands on, to former President Barack Obama.

 This is also why President Trump is snubbing Theresa May at DAVOS this week. Aides are trying to manufacture a meeting between the two leaders but Trump doesn’t want to be bothered with May because she’s a crooked political operative.

 Here’s a photo from the last time the two were together; the NATO Summit over the summer of 2017 that’s worth a thousand words as to the state of relations between Trump and Ms. May:

 When none of their spying worked to affect the election, one of their men, Christopher Steele, concocted and released the phony “Russian Dossier” in an attempt to prevent Trump from being sworn-in or to wreck his presidency before it could even get started.

Christopher Steele, author of the notorious Russian dossier that was used by the Obama regime to illegally justify spying on Trump.

 These are hostile acts committed by the British Government against America, the American election and the then-newly-elected President of the United States.

 One last item: Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s entire investigation is “fruit from a poisoned tree.”

 No evidence he has developed can be admitted into any US court because the entire basis for his investigation stems from unlawful acts by then-President Barack Obama, and later his National Security Advisor Susan Rice – both of whom belong in prison – and warrantless searches conducted by a foreign power in violation of the US Constitutional requirement that warrants be issued based on probable cause before searches can be done.

 Mueller’s investigation is over.

 What punishment should be handed out to Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Robert Hannigan and to Susan Rice and Barack Obama?

Infowars Releases Secret FISA Memo

Here’s the reported memo leaked to Infowars

(Infowars) - William Binney, former tech head of the NSA contacted us this morning to send us the link to the reportedly classified memo that lawmakers said was a blueprint of how the Obama administration and the Deep State spied on President Trump. This memo, hiding in plain site, serves as the basis for the four-page memo of Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) which reveals perjury by the Obama administration when connected to other research:


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In the above memo, the NSA admits that US citizens were targeted by its analysts through Section 702 ‘upstream’ collection and vowed for changes to its surveillance methods. This indicates the NSA and other intelligence agencies were pressured by the Trump administration to change its Obama-era policies that allowed illegal spying on US citizens. “Section 702 has come under fire in recent months due to the alleged ‘unmasking’ and leaking of information about Americans — namely associates of President Donald Trump — that was collected in the surveillance of foreign targets,” reported FCW. “Some members of Congress threatened in March that they would have a hard time renewing 702 before it expires at the end of 2017 unless the administration prosecutes those responsible for the leaks.”

Here’s some interesting excerpts from the above memo:

Page 15 – “…NSA analysts had used US-person identifiers to query the results on Internet ‘upstream’ collection, even though NSA’s Section 702 minimization procedures prohibited such queries.”

Page 19 – “Since 2011, NSA’s minimization procedures have prohibited use of US-person identifiers to query the results of upstream Internet collection under Section 702. The Oct. 26, 2016 Notice informed the Court that NSA analysts had been conducting such queries in violation of that prohibition, with much greater frequency than had previously been disclosed to the Court.”

Comment by Aka Anonymous on January 27, 2018 at 8:46pm

The Cynical Misdirection Behind #ReleaseTheMemo

 “EXCLUSIVE: Infowars has obtained and is now releasing the secret FISA memo,” conspiracy theorist Alex Jones blared on Twitter Tuesday. Jones thought he had a mysterious four-page document authored by Republican Congressman Devin Nunes, who leads the House Intelligence Committee. The memo purportedly proves that intelligence officials abused surveillance powers authorized under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in investigating Trump’s campaign ties to Russia.

Jones had not, in fact, obtained the Nunes memo. But that confusion, and the fuss over the memo more generally, demonstrate just how little the American public understands about how FISA actually works. That misunderstanding makes it easy for the law to be twisted for partisan purposes.

Republicans who have viewed the Nunes document will have you believe it’s incredibly explosive. Congressman Matt Gaetz said it’s “jaw-dropping,” and called for its public release. Representative Steve King said it was “worse than Watergate.” Over the past week, thousands of Americans—as well as likely bots linked to Russia—have flooded Twitter with the hashtag #ReleaseTheMemo. Wikileaks even pledged a $1 million reward to anyone who leaked the document to the organization. Everyone from Breitbart and Fox News to Mike Cernovich has talked about it ceaselessly.

Congressman Devin Nunes has taken advantage of a secretive legal process to sow confusion, and drive his #ReleaseTheMemo campaign. J. Scott Applewhite/AP

Nunes has successfully manufactured a controversy designed to undermine the Justice Department’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s connections to Russia, and he used FISA to do it. (This also isn't his first time.) The 1978 surveillance law is not only densely complicated, but operates via a secret court staffed by judges entirely appointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, making it a prime target for conspiracy theories.

“FISA is mysterious to most Americans. It’s a complex statutory scheme,” says Elizabeth Goitein, co-director of the Liberty and National Security program at New York University School of Law’s Brennan Center for Justice. “The government routinely puts out a lot of misleading descriptions of it. It’s easy to capitalize on Americans’ misunderstandings about the law for partisan purposes if someone wants to do that.”

The confusion over FISA has allowed Nunes and fellow Republicans to tell the public that intelligence officials abuse the law, while at the same time moving to expand its powers. Nunes, as well as Gaetz and King, all voted in favor of expanding surveillance authorities authorized under Section 702 of FISA earlier this month. They cast their votes while at the same time telling the public that FISA is terribly abused by the FBI and the Justice Department. So what’s really going on? Let’s start with Nunes’ memo.

Unlike the Alex Jones mix-up, the actual four-page document says, according to The New York Times, that intelligence officials improperly obtained a warrant to surveil Trump campaign advisor Carter Page, who is believed to be connected to Russia. Here’s where the mechanics of FISA come in.

Under Title 1 of the law, nicknamed “traditional FISA,” law enforcement must go before the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) to receive a warrant to surveil an individual or group of people. To get that warrant, law enforcement must show probable cause that a person is an agent of a foreign power. That means the government had to demonstrate Page was acting as an operative for Russia.

“When we talk about traditional FISA and we say someone has to get a court order based on probable cause,” says Goitein, “that means there has to be some sort of criminal activity, such as espionage, in order to qualify.”

Nunes’ memo reportedly alleges that to obtain their warrant, law enforcement officials relied on research from a dossier written by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele. Yes, that dossier, made public last year and subsequently revealed to be financed in part by the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

You can start to see rough outlines of the conspiracy theory already: Unverified research, funded by Democrats, led to the surveillance of an advisor to a Republican presidential candidate. But we don’t know what other evidence law enforcement may have relied on to obtain a warrant to investigate Page. While the dossier may have been cited, officials could have also included a significant amount of evidence collected by the US intelligence community.

The House Intelligence Committee’s lead Democrat, Adam Schiff, has said he believed the memo was misleading. “It’s designed to push out a destructive narrative and further the attacks on the FBI. It’s basically a burn-the-house down strategy to protect the president,” he told Politico.

Nunes apparently wants it to look like the FISC judge issued the warrant on shaky grounds. But to assess whether that’s the case, you have to know again how FISA works.

All of the judges currently serving on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court were appointed by a single person: Chief Justice John Roberts of the Supreme Court. The judges are tasked with overseeing requests for surveillance warrants. Most requests are granted, though the standard is usually higher to target a US person like Page, rather than a foreigner.

“They pretty infrequently turn down wiretap requests,” says Julian Sanchez, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute studying technology, privacy, and civil liberties.

The FISC isn’t necessarily free from abuses, and merits a healthy amount of skepticism, especially because so much of its process occurs behind closed doors. What we know usually comes from a small set of declassified opinions made public by the Director of National Intelligence’s office.

But Title 1 of FISA is not the part most susceptible to abuse. Lost in the conversation over Carter Page is an entirely separate portion of the law, called Section 702. This section doesn’t involve a judge at all: It authorizes a series of warrantless surveillance programs, several of which were first made public by Edward Snowden. Section 702 is the piece of FISA that most worries civil liberties activists at organizations like the ACLU and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Experts say it’s much more troublesome than traditional FISA, because it has far less oversight.

Nunes and fellow House Republicans have focused their fretting on traditional FISA, rather than Section 702. In fact, Nunes sponsored a version of a bill passed earlier this month that greatly expanded the surveillance powers authorized under Section 702. He and other Republicans turned down an amendment that would have imposed a warrant requirement on the FBI, requiring officials to go before a judge before it searched through communications pertaining to Americans.

“It’s a slightly different authority, but it’s very hard for me to enter the mental space of someone who really believes there’s this problem of political surveillance abuse and then is uninterested in imposing any additional safeguards on exactly the kind of thing they’re worried about,” says Sanchez.

If you just saw the #ReleaseTheMemo campaign, but didn’t know that Nunes is one of Section 702’s staunch supporters, you might think civil liberties was his primary concern. That’s the point. Public confusion over various parts of FISA allow him to dupe the public into believing he cares about anything other than derailing investigations into Russia’s meddling with the 2016 presidential campaign.

It’s ultimately hard to say exactly what Nunes’ “top secret” document really contains, because it hasn’t yet been released to the public. Despite cries from Twitter for its disclosure, it’s possible that it won’t ever see the light of day, because it could reveal how the FBI and other agencies gather intelligence. With that said, President Trump is reportedly inclined to release the memo, according to CNN.

So far, it looks like only Congress has viewed the secret report. Not even the agencies it implicates have seen it: Both the FBI and the Justice Department say they haven’t looked at the memo. And to be clear, neither has Alex Jones. InfoWars, the dubious site Jones’ runs, didn’t publish Nunes’ memo, but actually a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court opinion made public eight months ago. A simple Google search turns up the document on the Director of National Intelligence website. The opinion concerned Section 702, the part of FISA Nunes and his fellow Republicans just reauthorized and expanded.

More FISA: https://www.wired.com/story/release-the-memo-nunes-fisa-702/

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