President Trump To Declassify June 2017 Carter Page FISA Renewal Application
Things in Washington are heating up because it looks like President Trump is about ready to really put the pressure on the DOJ and specifically Rod Rosenstein.
We now look for President Trump to declassify the June 2017 Carter Page FISA renewal application this month according to reports out early Tuesday, when that happens then all Americans will the truth.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and then-Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe both signed off on the June 2017 Carter Page FISA renewal application
Thanks to Judicial Watch, the Carter Page FISA docs were released a couple weeks ago after the watchdog filed an FOIA lawsuit.
Although the documents were dheavily redacted, they confirm the FBI and DOJ misled the FISA courts.
GOP lawmakers such as Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) and Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) called for the FISA docs to be declassified.
President Trump tweeted about the Carter Page FISA docs shortly after they were released to the public, slamming Crooked Hillary and called for the discredited Mueller witch hunt to be shut down.
So we now find out that it was indeed the unverified and Fake Dirty Dossier, that was paid for by Crooked Hillary Clinton and the DNC, that was knowingly & falsely submitted to FISA and which was responsible for starting the totally conflicted and discredited Mueller Witch Hunt!
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders initially came out and said the President will remain ‘uninvolved’ [for the time being] and won’t declassify the Carter Page FISA docs despite a request from the House Intel Majority.
“However, he sees more and more every day day that this is proving further and further to be a total witch hunt, particularly because it was based on a false and unverified and discredited dossier,” Ms. Sanders added.
It looks as though President Trump has had enough and he’s ready to declassify the Carter Page FISA renewal applcation USDAG Rosenstein signed so the American public can know the truth.
President Trump may also possibly declassify the FBI’s 302 notes on 12 interviews they conducted with twice-demoted DOJ official Bruce Ohr between December 2016 – May 2017, prior to him testifying before the House Intel committee