When James Comey testifies on Friday, a brand new question into the FISA court application will undoubtedly be asked.
Investigators have discovered an email chain from Comey that proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that Comey knowingly lied when he signed off on the application that the information had been verified.
In fact, the email chain proves just the opposite. Comey was told that the intelligence community had serious misgivings about the Hillary/DNC dossier. It is a felony to sign off on a FISA warrant if the information within it is false or misleading.
This email chain proves that is exactly what James Comey did.
As reported by TGP’s Cristina Laila – Former FBI Director James Comey is reportedly in this long email chain which is dated October of 2016 – just before the FBI obtained its first FISA warrant on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.
“If these documents are released, the American public will have clear and convincing evidence to see the FISA warrant that escalated the Russia probe just before Election Day was flawed and the judges (were) misled,” one knowledgeable source told John Solomon.
- The FBI acknowledged in the emails there were intelligence community concerns about the Steele dossier before they secured a FISA warrant.
- The FBI knew Steele was talking to the media before they obtained a FISA warrant.
This is significant because the FBI has maintained for the last two years that they fired Christopher Steele after they obtained the FISA warrant after finding out he violated FBI protocol by speaking to the media.
The FBI used Michael Isikoff’s Yahoo News article as a source to corroborate the Steele dossier when presenting evidence to the FISC. If they knew Steele was Isikoff’s source, the FBI is guilty of circular intelligence reporting which of course is against protocol. They presented the two sources as independent which means they defrauded the FISC.