New FISA Memo Rocks the Intel Community

Members of Congress have been given a four-page memo that could end the Mueller investigation.

According to Representative Matt Gaetz from Florida, “The allegations in this intelligence document go to the very foundations of our democracy, and they require an immediate release to the public.”

Gaetz told Liz Claman of Fox Business that he was not authorized to say any more than that. But he asserted that if the American people were made aware of the contents of the memo, it would shed light on much of the controversies we have been hearing about over the previous year. He says the implications pertain to the FBI, the Department of Justice, and President Donald Trump.

He said that he is calling for a vote to release the memo.

“At any time the leadership could put a measure on the floor that would allow us to release the critical allegations that are contained in the memo,” he said.

Gaetz said there are a number of options that Congress can use to release the memo. Claman asked whether or not the memo contained evidence of abuses of trust against the American people. Gaetz, again, said that he was not authorized to offer specifics but his demeanor suggested that the Fox Business anchor’s question was close to the mark.

He finished the interview saying that the memo would be very interesting to the Congress and the Judiciary Committee, as it has direct implications regarding the way our government interacts with our duly elected President.

Sean Hannity’s comments on the memo began with a personal message to Robert Mueller: “your investigation is over.”

According to a report by Sarah Carter, the memo contains classified DOJ documents that reveal widespread abuses of the Foreign Surveillance Intelligence Act (FISA). What’s more, the memo details abuses that involve direct violations of the privacy rights of members of the Trump campaign.

Rod Rosenstein tried to stop the memo from falling into that hands of the Congressmen who have obtained it. He, reportedly, went into Paul Ryan’s office without permission to attempt to stop it from being passed on, and Ryan ejected him.

Sources who, at this time must remain anonymous, have revealed that the contents of the memo pertain to widespread abuses of power that go far beyond the scope of the break-ins at Watergate. It involves the weaponization of powerful intelligence tools and the complete disregard of the Fourth Amendment.

The Fourth Amendment protects the right of Americans to be secure in their persons, papers, houses, and effects against unlawful and unreasonable searches and seizures. The amendment defends citizens against arbitrary arrest, and it is the basis of the laws that govern the use of search warrants, safety inspections, stop and frisk, wiretapping, and surveillance. It is central to many criminal law and privacy issues.

This memo allegedly reveals that the abuses of the intelligence agencies fly in the face of the Fourth Amendment. It appears to contain damning information about the abuses carried out against Trump’s campaign team in 2016, as well as a number of shocking implications concerning abuses of the privacy and property of the public.

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 established procedures that were to be used to employ electronic and other types of surveillance in order to gather intelligence information from foreign powers, the agents of foreign powers, and those suspected of terrorism and espionage.

What we are hearing about this memo appears to suggest that the provisions of FISA have been used to gather information on the Trump 2016 campaign team by labeling them, not only collaborators with foreign governments, but labeling them as either spies or terrorists.

If this is true, it means that in a secret FISA court, Donald Trump or members of his team, have been wrongfully accused and convicted of espionage or terrorism and that this is the basis of the spying that Donald Trump accused the Obama administration of authorizing in January of 2016.

Not only that, the memo shows that the “dossier,” which supposedly shows Trump engaging with Russian prostitutes, was invented by people paid by Hillary Clinton and Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

If this classified document is revealed, it could devastate black hats in the intelligence community, the Democratic party, and utterly shame Donald Trump’s many low-information detractors. It is all but certain the Mueller’s evidence-free investigation would collapse entirely.

~ Liberty Planet


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