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POTUS on offense, calls on FISA court to level charges against Comey, Yates, Rosenstein and McCabe

(National SentinelCriminal Misconduct: During an appearance Wednesday night on Fox News‘ Sean Hannity program, network legal analyst and attorney Gregg Jarrett suggested that judges on the secretive FISA court should call in Deep State figures from Obama’s FBI and Justice Department and press charges against them for allegedly misrepresenting information used to get a spying warrant on a Trump campaign figure.

And not long after Jarrett’s appearance, POTUS Donald Trump voiced his approval for that legal strategy.

The president tweeted:

“Ohr told the FBI it (the Fake Dossier) wasn’t true, it was a lie and the FBI was determined to use it anyway to damage Trump and to perpetrate a fraud on the court to spy on the Trump campaign. This is a fraud on the court. The Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court is in charge of the FISA court. He should direct the Presiding Judge, Rosemary Collier, to hold a hearing, haul all of these people from the DOJ & FBI in there, & if she finds there were crimes committed, and there were, there should be a criminal referral by her….” @GreggJarrett

Here’s why that makes sense and needs to be done.




The entire concept of a “secret court” in the United States of America is anathema to our founding principles of open, transparent government and judicial processes.

We understand why the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court exists in secret — because the judges serving on the court must review highly classified information before making the determination to allow the federal government to spy on an American citizen.

But as we’ve seen, Obama and those working for him have completely abused the system and destroyed the court’s credibility and Americans’ trust in it.

The only way to restore trust and send an unmistakable signal that such abuses cannot and will not be tolerated in the future is to hold people accountable for those abuses.

The ability of the federal government to collect intelligence so it can protect all of us is a power that we can’t undermine, and yet Obama and his sycophantic Deep State have done just that.

We need to repair the damage. People have to be held accountable.

That’s the only way to fix this.

Former officials who signed off on four FISA warrants allowing the FBI to spy on Trump campaign figure Carter Page over a bogus “Russian collusion” narrative using a fake ‘dossier’ include James Comey, Sally Yates, Andrew McCabe and current Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

They have to be deposed by the FISA court. They have to be held responsible if they’re determined to be guilty of breaking laws just so they could spy on a rival political campaign and a presidential candidate they despise.

Our system of justice and intelligence-gathering depend on it.


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15 Comments on POTUS on offense, calls on FISA court to level charges against Comey, Yates, Rosenstein and McCabe

  1. It would be ABOUT TIME! Do Democrats have to follow the same laws as the rest of us, or not!?

    • FISA Court Judges have to know that they were lied to by FBI officials, such as Rodentstein, Comey et al. Why no outrage? Unless the “judges” were part of the conspiracy.

  2. BilboQBaggins // August 30, 2018 at 1:22 pm // Reply

    It would behoove the CJ of SCOTUS to know beforehand, the political status and persuasion of the FISA Court judges so there won’t be any cover-up of the wrongdoing. Just sayin…

  3. Rick Schweikert // August 30, 2018 at 1:29 pm // Reply

    The light of day is needed to find the truth. Judge Collyer, where do you stand?

  4. If sessions refuses .Fire him and have him arrested for heading the Coup.

    • Obviously Judge Collyer is hiding and these are the clowns that were suppose to be protecting our constitutional rights. Incompetent cowards all good old boys living it up at the top.

      • Forget about Sessions. He’s irrelevant by his own hand. The DOJ answers to the President. The President can go around Sessions. Sessions is marked for replacement after the mid terms.

  5. And about time Mr.President. Where is the head of the Supreme Court, who should be instructing the head of the FISA court to hold a hearing and make a criminal referral, or referrals. Why is no one doing their job? Don’t let it go Mr. President. We demand an acounting.

  6. Later is better than never; however, It’s of tremendous concern why this hasn’t happened much earlier.
    Can Dim-O-Crat appointed, left leaning judges not see beyond their own politics? The rot runs deep when you can lie and deceive federal judges and they don’t care.

  7. Richard Chenoweth // August 30, 2018 at 3:49 pm // Reply

    Hang these crooks..MAGA

  8. Get em Mr. President! Wear them the F..K out!

  9. Dave Hunter // August 30, 2018 at 8:16 pm // Reply

    Don’t expect that to happen anytime soon. It will reveal that the FISA Court judges were not doing their jobs and actually reading the warrant applications. The one out in the public domain, even redacted, contains information that was provided to the judge in that particular case that should have alerted him to a possible problem within. But no, he or she just approved spying on an American citizen like it was nothing.

  10. Who was (were) the judge(s) that approved these fraudulent warrants? Why are they not raising hell about being lied to? Collusion anyone? Corruption?

  11. At what point following knowledge of a crime, does the failure to report the crime or act on it constitute conspiracy after the fact? I think a special prosecutor needs to charge Sessions for conspiracy after the fact.

  12. Larry Tilford // August 31, 2018 at 12:25 pm // Reply

    I’m absolutely convinced that the FISA judges were part of the conspiracy. If they were not, they would not need to be calls to them to investigate. Their outrage would have been sufficient that we would already see indictments. The whole thing is outrageous.

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