(National Sentinel)Â Unjust: While the Left and their allies in the “trusted” media decry Internet-based investigators as nuts, kooks, and conspiracy theorists, the fact isÂ they are the ones who are digging up solid gold in terms of uncovering the massive Spygate scandal.
The latest information to have been discovered appears to indicate that fired FBI Director James Comey has been caught in yetÂ another lie, this one regarding the alleged timeline for the bureau’s launch of its counterintelligence spy operation against the 2016 Trump campaign.
1.Â Brace yourselves. Sometimes when you are investigating one thing, you end up stumbling into something so big- so damning, you have to pinch yourself. Inside of the Strzok/Page text messages, on April 30, 2016, lies this little gem: (pageÂ 202)
2.Â “So now we’ve switched from the Patriot Act to a wire carrying current (redacted)” HOLD THE BOAT! The Patriot Act is the broad legislation that the government used to conduct much of it’s “eavesdropping” via 702 queries on the American public– and Donald Trump
3. Â We know that because of the valiant efforts of Admiral Rogers, the 702 queries were abruptly halted on April 18, 2016 when widespread and suspicious abuse was found- abuse we have widely attributed to contractors and others in theÂ #SpygateÂ scandal
You’ll note the date — April 30, 2016.
According to Politico, Comey stated in MarchÂ 2017 under oath that the FBI investigation into the Trump â€“ Russia scandal started in July 2017:
FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Monday that his agency has been investigating possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian officials since last July .
Was Comey just confused — or is this another lie?
At this point, it’s appropriate to recall some history involving former NSA Director Adm. Mike Rogers, whom many consider a hero in all of this. He appears to have been the one to have discovered the FBI was abusing the FISA court process in order to improperly obtain surveillance warrants against the Trump campaign.
In March of 2016, NSA Director Rogers became aware of improper access to raw FISA data (Page 83 of Court Ruling).
In April of 2016, Rogers directed the NSAâ€™s Office of Compliance to conduct a â€œfundamental baseline review of compliance associated with 702â€ (Senate testimony & Page 83-84 of Court Ruling).
On April 18, 2016, Rogers shut down all outside contractor access to raw FISA information â€“ specifically outside contractors working for the FBI. The discovery that outside contractors were accessing raw FISA data is probably the event that precipitated Rogers ordering a full compliance review (Page 84 of Court Ruling).
On April 18, 2016, both the FBI and DOJâ€™s NSD become aware of Rogersâ€™ compliance review. They may have known earlier but they were certainly aware after outside contractor access was halted.
Note the timeline — March/April 2016.
This is the same timeline mentioned in the Page-Strzok texts regarding “a wire carrying current.”
WhatÂ is that?
According to The Gateway Pundit,Â citingÂ another Internet investigator, D. Manny:
According to Manny, the Patriot Act is the broad legislation that the government used to do much of its information on Americans through eavesdropping via 702 queries.Â So when Admiral Rogers put a halt to the 702â€™s on April 18th, the FBI had to change its methods for spying on Trump associates.Â A â€˜wire carrying currentâ€™ may actually mean a spy, a wire carrying agent or someone literally wearing a wire for the FBI.Â Â
Meanwhile, James Comey continues to breath free air.
But for how much longer? POTUS Trump has mused often to aides, according to reports, that he’d love to see Comey “investigated and charged.” As head of the Executive Branch, the president has the authority to order that.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s probe is done. His report is due any day now. It’s expected to name names and drop even more bombs.
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