Fired FBI Director James Comey lashed out at President Donald Trump in a Monday opinion-editorial, referring to him as a “shrunken, withered figure.”
The FISC did not order the FBI to recheck FISA applications involving other officials who made omissions and errors.
U.S. Navy veteran and former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page told Breitbart News on Tuesday that Schiff has not apologized to him yet.
The scandal surrounding the FBI requesting a surveillance warrant from the FISA court to spy on Trump presidential campaign aide Carter Page based on uncorroborated information and ommissions may be far from over.
The FISA court “should be eliminated,” recommended Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) in a Thursday interview with Breitbart News.
Rep. Deivn Nunes said that he warned the FISC twice last year of FBI FISA abuse but that the court did “absolutely nothing” about it.
The FISC said in an order the FBI’s handling of the warrant applications was “antithetical” to its “heightened duty of candor.”
The fraudulent House impeachment effort has matters exactly backward. President Trump didn’t commit high crimes, he is a crime victim. If anyone should be put on trial in the Senate, it is Rep. Adam Schiff.
A thorough review of the Justice Department’s Inspector General report about the FBI’s Russia collusion investigation makes clear that separate probes are immediately needed to check questionable actions taken by the Obama-era State Department under John Kerry in fueling the Russia hoax.
Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) on Sunday said the United States government owes former Donald Trump campaign adviser Carter Page an apology regarding the federal surveillance application that enabled the investigation into Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016. CBS “Face the
The DOJ IG report revealed Kevin Clinesmith doctored an email that proved that Carter Page was working with the U.S. government.
Thursday on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria,” former Donald Trump campaign adviser Carter Page revealed “much more” was still to come out regarding the federal surveillance application that enabled the investigation into Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016.
Horowitz said Ohr, under scrutiny due to his unusual role in the FBI’s investigation of the Trump campaign, still works at the DOJ.
Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowitz appeared to admit Wednesday that political bias was a possible factor in the abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) process to spy on Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
The Justice Department inspector general report released on Monday shed light on some disturbing findings with how the FBI handled the investigation and surveillance of the Trump campaign.
Former FBI Director James Comey was either “asleep at the switch or politically biased against” Donald Trump, determined Charles “Cully” Stimson, a senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation, in a Tuesday interview with Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily.
Justice Department Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowitz’s report reveals political and partisan biases against President Donald Trump within the FBI according to Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberly Strassel, author of Resistance (At All Costs): How Trump Haters Are Breaking America, in a Monday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with hosts Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak.
During a portion of an interview with NBC’s Pete Williams that aired on Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” Attorney General William Barr confirmed the Trump campaign was spied on.
“I think they were spying on rival presidential campaigns [and] on the Israelis,” said George Papadopoulos, author of Deep State Target: How I Got Caught in the Crosshairs of the Plot to Bring Down President Trump and Republican candidate for California’s 25th Congressional District, of the Obama administration’s FBI surveillance of himself and others linked to President Donald Trump’s first presidential campaign.
The DOJ audit on the origins of the Russian collision hoax released by the inspector general (IG) found “at least 17 significant errors and omissions” in the Carter Page federal surveillance application.