It’s Official Now: DOJ Inspector General Says: “Problems With FBI Surveillance Extended Far Beyond Probe Of Trump Campaign”

The facts keep on coming out about the deep state, they are all there and now they must all be examined for a run to meet up with Lady Justice. This is big news of the fact that problems with FBI surveillance extended far beyond probe of Trump campaign” and that’s a quote”, and that was put out by the DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz. What this all amounts to is that the IG did not just find errors in the way the FBI handled the Trump FISA case but the FBI made continuous mistakes beyond the Trump case,which naturally means there was no oversight of which there should have been.

The following was posted by Devlin Barrett and Ellen Nakashima, published by The Washington Post: ” The Justice Department inspector general revealed Tuesday that his investigators found errors in every FBI application to a secret surveillance court examined as part of an ongoing review — suggesting that problems exposed in the bureau’s probe of President Trump’s 2016 campaign extend far beyond that case alone”

“The memorandum issued by Inspector General Michael Horowitz stems from an audit launched last year after his office found 17 serious problems with the FBI’s surveillance applications targeting former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. These interim results seem to indicate that other sensitive counterintelligence and counterterrorism cases have been similarly plagued by mistakes”

“Trump has long decried the FBI investigation of him and his campaign’s contacts with Russians as a politically motivated “witch hunt” aimed at wrecking his candidacy and his presidency, and he and his supporters are likely to embrace the new revelations as further evidence of wrongdoing among former FBI leaders.”

“Tuesday’s findings suggest, however, that the bureau may be suffering instead from broad, institutional weaknesses more than political bias, as problems were found in an array of cases managed by FBI field offices around the country.”

“A key part of the inspector general’s ongoing review has been analyzing documents — known as Woods files — assembled by the FBI to help ensure the accuracy of filings to the surveillance court, which was established by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).”

“The inspector general selected a sample of 29 FISA applications to review — and found problems with all of them.”

I will go along with the fact that the FBI was just a package of errors which naturally this is now a completely different story but that does not mean they did not purposely weaponize themselves to take down Trump as I am sure with this information Trump and his people will use this information to pursue their case that the FBI was out to get him all along.

I get a good a good laugh of the fact that the present FBI Director Christopher Wray has promised the congress in various committees just on the Trump-Russia fiasco he would do a better job at oversight but as we can now see the FBI has been a runaway train of treating cases whichever what way they deemed fit. What I am getting at is it will take a lot more than just Wray promising there would be more oversight. This takes criminal action for the participants, it just doesn’t happen. There is no reason for the FBI to get away from it’s text book of rules and regulations to create a devious setting of doing their own thing for whatever motive depending on the case. My patriots we are continuing to chip away at these traitors, it is all coming out slowly but surely. It’s no longer a question of if justice will be served but when.

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