The highly anticipated report by Inspector General Michael Horowitz is expected to drop in the next several weeks detailing “applications filed with the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) relating to a certain U.S. person.” That would be a Trump campaign associate: Carter Page, a Naval Academy graduate and unpaid campaign advisor, who was wiretapped by the Obama administration. The report is expected to add to the already incriminating stacks of evidence that the Obama Administration weaponized the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act for domestic political targeting against Donald Trump, and it all could come in time for Senate investigations just before 2020 heats up. Buckle up!
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The next bombshell report to drop from the Justice Department likely will earn none of the breathless fanfare and media coverage that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report received, but it could be far more incriminating.
In the next several weeks, Inspector General Michael Horowitz is expected to issue his summation of the potential abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act by top officials in the Obama Administration and holdovers in the early Trump Administration who were overseeing the investigation of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
And the perpetrators of the so-called FISAgate scandal now are scrambling for cover as the bad news looms.
Horowitz announced last March that his office would examine the Justice Department’s conduct “in applications filed with the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) relating to a certain U.S. person.” That U.S. person is Trump campaign associate Carter Page.