On the Sean Hannity Show on Thursday night, Hannity asked President Trump if he was planning on declassifying the FISA applications and the 302s from the FBI. Then the president said something shocking.
He said there were other documents to be released. Is there documents that we don’t already know about? And what do they pertain to? You’d better stock up on popcorn. With Bill Barr running the show, we will actually see indictments of the dirty cops.
We already know the DOJ IG Michael Horowitz has a report on just James Comey due in two weeks and sources say there will be criminal referrals from the report.
Sean Hannity asked President Trump if he will declassify the Carter Page FISA docs and other pertinent Russia records related to Spygate.
The President promptly responded, “Yes.”
“Yes. Everything is gonna be declassified and more — much more than what you just mentioned — it will all be declassified,” Trump said, adding, “And I’m glad I waited because I thought that maybe they would obstruct if I did it early and I think I was right, so I’m glad I waited and now the Attorney General can take a very strong look at whatever it is.
Trump continued, “It will be declassified and more than what you just mentioned.”
Horowitz is reportedly drafting his final report which is due to be made public within about six weeks.
In September of 2018, President Trump issued an immediate declassification order of Carter Page FISA docs and all text messages relating to the Russia investigation, without redaction, of James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and Bruce Ohr.
A few days later, President Trump walked back his promise to declassify the docs.
According to ranking member of the House Intel Committee Devin Nunes there is exculpatory evidence in the 20 redacted pages of the Carter Page FISA docs.
The first FISA warrant was issued on Carter Page in October of 2016, just weeks before election day.
Obama’s corrupt FBI and DOJ obtained a FISA warrant and THREE subsequent renewals on Carter Page.
It is also important to note that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Andrew McCabe signed the June 2017 FISA renewal –one month after Rosenstein appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate Trump-Russia collusion.