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    Obama DOJ Told FBI Not To Charge Hillary, Lisa Page Reveals What The ‘Insurance Policy’ Was.
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    House Judiciary Committee members released the transcript of former FBI lawyer Lisa Page’s testimony in front of the committee last year and it contained several major revelations.
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    One of the biggest revelations was that Page, who was having an affair with then-FBI agent Peter Strzok, said that the infamous “insurance policy” text message was referring to the Russia investigation.
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    “During her interview with the Judiciary Committee in July 2018, Page was questioned at length about that text — and essentially confirmed this referred to the Russia investigation while explaining that officials were proceeding with caution, concerned about the implications of the case while not wanting to go at ‘total breakneck speed’ and risk burning sources as they presumed Trump wouldn’t be elected anyway,” Fox News reported. “Further, she confirmed investigators only had a ‘paucity’ of evidence at the start.”
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    Page and Strzok, who both hated then-candidate Donald Trump and were pro-Hillary Clinton, were involved in the FBI’s initial counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign.
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    In an August 15, 2016 text message, Strzok texted Page: “I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in [deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe’s] office that there’s no way he gets elected — but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40…”
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    Ben Shapiro wrote the following about the text message when it was released in December 2017:
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    This looks an awful lot like motivation for launching an investigation into Trump in order to sink Trump as a hedge against Trump’s victory. The FBI’s investigation into Russian governmental interference in the election began in July 2016, just weeks before Strzok’s text message. And that means that there is now more of a smoking gun of FBI corruption against Trump than there is of Trump colluding with Russia.
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    Page also indicated that the decision to not charge Clinton with felony gross negligence in her email scandal came at the direction of the Obama Justice Department.
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    “We did not blow over gross negligence. We, in fact and, in fact, the Director because on its face, it did seem like, well, maybe there’s a potential here for this to be the charge,” Page said. “And we had multiple conversations, multiple conversations with the Justice Department about charging gross negligence.”
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    Page continued: “And the Justice Department’s assessment was that it was both constitutionally vague, so that they did not actually feel that they could permissibly bring that charge, and also that it had either never been done or had only been done once like 99 years ago. And so they did not feel that they could sustain a charge.”
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    “When you say advice you got from the Department, you’re making it sound like it was the Department that told you: ‘You’re not going to charge gross negligence because we’re the prosecutors and we’re telling you we’re not going to,” Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) said to Page.
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    “That’s correct,” Page responded.
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    Ratcliffe tweeted out an excerpt of Page’s testimony, writing: “Lisa Page confirmed to me under oath that the FBI was ordered by the Obama DOJ not to consider charging Hillary Clinton for gross negligence in the handling of classified information.”
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    Read More: https://conservativemedia.us/politic...ce-policy-was/
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    My Thoughts:
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    Without any question at all, Hillary was guilty of gross negligence in the mishandling of classified information, some being above Top Secret on her unsecured unauthorized E-mail server, but the FBI was forced by AG Lynch, Obama's DOJ to change the wording of the illegal act, where by giving her an out to not be charged with a federal crime because they wanted her to be President, no matter what she did.
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    Lisa Page: Obama DOJ Ordered FBI Not to Prosecute Hillary Clinton
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    Former FBI legal counsel Lisa Page testified to Congress that the Justice Department ordered the FBI not to charge former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with “gross negligence” by mishandling classified information.
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    Transcripts of Page’s closed-door testimony in July 2018 were released Tuesday by Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) on Tuesday, which included the following exchange with Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX):
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    RATCLIFFE: So let me if I can, I know I’m testing your memory. But when you say advice you got from the Department, you’re making it sound like it was the Department that told you: You’re not going to charge gross negligence because we’re the prosecutors and we’re telling you we’re not going to …
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    PAGE: That is correct.
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    RATFLIFFE: …bring a case based on that.
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    Lisa Page confirmed to me under oath that the FBI was ordered by the Obama DOJ not to consider charging Hillary Clinton for gross negligence in the handling of classified information.
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    Page confirmed that the Department of Justice led by Attorney General Loretta Lynch had “multiple conversations” about charging Clinton with gross negligence but noted that it would be a rare decision.
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    “[T]hey did not feel they could sustain a charge,” she said, referring to the Department of Justice.
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    President Donald Trump reacted to the reports on Wednesday.
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    “The just revealed FBI Agent Lisa Page transcripts make the Obama Justice Department look exactly like it was, a broken and corrupt machine,” he wrote. “Hopefully, justice will finally be served. Much more to come!”
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    Read More: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...MVYbst_GO7TN9Y
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    Page Testimony Bombshell: Obama Justice Dept. Lied About Clinton Investigation
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    Loretta Lynch repeatedly said that she would defer to James Comey’s judgement concerning the illegal and nearly-treasonous actions of Hillary Clinton, but that was a lie according to Lisa Page.
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    America is learning what democrats have known all along.
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    Despite the fact that the Obama Justice Department through Loretta Lynch claimed it would bow to the FBI’s finding in the Clinton email investigation, testimony released from Lisa Page shows that was a lie.
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    Forget the fact that James Comey lied about the number of emails ‘investigated,’ and that the amount of classified ones were much higher than reported.
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    Page testified that Espionage charges against the former Secretary of State regarding crimes committed when Clinton sent and received classified information on her unauthorized private email server ‘were not blown over.’
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    Rather, the Justice Department shut the suggestion of ‘gross negligence” down, basically saying that they would not prosecute those charges.
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    Think about that for a minute.
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    The Department of Justice told the FBI they would not prosecute Hillary Clinton’s crimes.
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    The Washington Examiner reported:
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    “Newly released transcripts from Page’s private testimony in front of a joint task force of the House Judiciary and Oversight committees in July 2018 sheds new light on the internal discussions about an investigation into Clinton’s emails.
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    “This goes back to the FBI’s “Midyear Exam” investigation, which looked into whether Clinton committed crimes when she sent and received classified information on her unauthorized private email server while serving as secretary of state.
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    “Comey cleared Clinton of all charges in a press conference on July 5, 2016.”
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    Americans now know that was bogus. Clinton’s actions warranted an indictment, despite the legalese spouted by bureaucrats.
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    Page told congress members that the FBI “did not blow over gross negligence.”
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    Responding to a question from Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, Page testified the FBI, including Comey, believed Clinton may have committed gross negligence.
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    “We, in fact — and, in fact, the Director — because, on its face, it did seem like, well, maybe there’s a potential here for this to be the charge. And we had multiple conversations, multiple conversations with the Justice Department about charging gross negligence,” she said.
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    But, the DOJ halted that quickly.
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    “The Justice Department’s assessment was that it was both constitutionally vague, so that they did not actually feel that they could permissibly bring that charge.”
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    “The specific statute being referenced, 18 U.S. Code § 793, deals in part with “gross negligence” in the handling of national defense information, which Clinton came under scrutiny for possibly violating.
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    “Page said Comey and the FBI spoke with DOJ about a gross negligence charge for Clinton multiple times, but that the DOJ consistently pushed back on it.”
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    “We had multiple conversations with the Justice Department about bringing a gross negligence charge. And that’s, as I said, the advice that we got from the Department was that they did not think — that it was constitutionally vague and not sustainable,” she said.
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    Ratcliffe got to the heart of the matter:
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    “When you say advice you got from the Department, you’re making it sound like it was the Department that told you: ‘You’re not going to charge gross negligence because we’re the prosecutors and we’re telling you we’re not going to,’” he said.
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    Page replied, “That’s correct.”
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    Page claimed the DOJ said “the ‘gross negligence’ standard in 793(f), it was their assessment that it was unconstitutionally vague.”
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    When asked if she knew why DOJ believed that, Page responded, “I really don’t know… I am confident that it was based on their own research in consultation with others, but I don’t have personal knowledge about what the Department did in order to come to that conclusion.”
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    Really? Confident?
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    Page is an adept liar. She carried on an affair with chief-set-up player Peter Strzok, the lead investigator in the Clinton case.
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    “The thousands of text messages that they sent back and forth about the Clinton and Trump-Russia investigations raised questions of bias, and Mueller eventually removed Strzok from the special counsel investigation. Strzok was also fired by the FBI.
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    “Page’s testimony raises further questions related to the decision not to charge Clinton with any crimes, including gross negligence, following a lengthy FBI investigation into her email practices that potentially put classified information at risk.
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    “After the revelation that then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with former President Bill Clinton on a Phoenix tarmac in June 2016, while Hillary Clinton was running for president, Lynch refused to recuse herself from the case while also saying she would accept Comey’s decision on what charges to bring against Clinton.
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    “But Page’s testimony indicates that DOJ had shut the door on gross negligence.
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    Comey gave an infamous press conference on July 5, 2016, where he listed Clinton’s numerous missteps, including the fact that 110 emails in 52 email chains contained classified information at the time they were sent or received by Clinton.”
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    Of course, ‘missteps’ are not the same, and since nearly 50 percent of her emails dealt with classified information, why wasn’t she charged with lying to congress?
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    “It was Strzok who reportedly changed the language in Comey’s draft statement from “grossly negligent” in an earlier draft to “extremely careless” in the final statement.”
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    At the time, Andy McCarthy wrote, “According to Director James Comey, Hillary Clinton checked every box required for a felony violation of Section 793(f) of the federal penal code … and, in essence, in order to give Mrs. Clinton a pass, the FBI rewrote the statute.”
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    Americans also recently learned that a chart had been shared inside the FBI which did not include “gross negligence” on the list of potential criminal violations that Clinton could’ve been charged with.
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    So, someone is lying again… maybe Page?
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    “In front of Congress last year, an email containing the chart was reportedly shown to the assistant director of the FBI’s counterintelligence division Bill Priestap. He testified that he didn’t know why the email said, “DOJ not willing to charge this.”
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    “Page’s testimony indicates that the decision not to charge Clinton with gross negligence came directly from the DOJ.
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    “Priestap also testified that “if there is a Federal criminal statute still on the books, then, you know — and we think there may or might be a violation of that, we still have to work to uncover whether, in fact, there was.”
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    “Page testified that the DOJ pushed back on the FBI’s desire to explore the gross negligence charge.
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    “The hundreds of pages of newly released Page testimony are just the latest peek into the investigations surrounding Hillary Clinton and President Trump. Testimony from Bruce Ohr, a high-ranking DOJ official connected to dossier author Christopher Steele and whose wife worked at Fusion GPS, was released last week.”
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    Read More: https://conservativedailypost.com/pa...%20-%20Engaged
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    My Thoughts:
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    But the $100,000 question still remains. Where are the indictments for Hillary’s mishandling of hundreds of highly classified items on her unsecured unauthorized E-mail server while Sec. of State under Barack?
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    Definitely a major item for the new AG Barr to re-open and make sure the equal justice of the law prevails, because Hillary said so herself, “No one is above the law”.
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    OBAMA OFFICIALS GRILLED OVER HILLARY'S UNAUTHORIZED EMAILS
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    'Congress dropped the ball and DOJ and State continued to obstruct quest for truth'
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    Government watchdog Judicial Watch, whose Freedom of Information Act lawsuit back during the Obama administration originally led to the disclosure of the scandal over Hillary Clinton using an unauthorized email system for state secrets, has announced a series of depositions for government officials involved.
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    The organization announced on Wednesday its schedule for those depositions that were ordered back in January by U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth.
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    Some of the prominent names included are Susan Rice, Ben Rhodes, Jacob Sullivan, and E.W. Priestap, an FBI official.
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    Much of the scandal already has been revealed: how Clinton set up her own email server and, without authorization, used it for classified national security secrets. Also how she deleted thousands of emails when she was leaving the position of secretary of State. Also how thousands of those emails ended up on a laptop to which former Congressman Anthony Wiener, the husband of Clinton aide Huma Abedin, had access.
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    Judicial Watch revealed on Wednesday it now is seeking information about “whether Clinton intentionally attempted to evade the Freedom of Information Act by using a non-government email system.”
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    Also, “whether the State Department’s efforts to settle this case beginning in late 2014 amounted to bad faith” and “whether the State Department adequately searched for records responsive to Judicial Watch’s FOIA request.”
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    Things get started on Thursday, according to the schedule, with a deposition for Justin Cooper, a “former aide to Bill Clinton who reportedly had no security clearance and is believed to have played a key role in setting up Hillary Clinton’s non-government email system.”
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    Then on April 5 will be a deposition for John Hackett, described by Judicial Watch as a State records official who was immediately responsible for responding to requests for records
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    Then on April 16 is one for former Hillary Clinton senior adviser and deputy chief of staff Jacob “Jake” Sullivan, and on April 23, it will be Sheryl Walter, former State Department director of the Office of Information Programs and Services/Global Information Services, sitting for questions.
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    “Judicial Watch is doing the heavy lifting on the ongoing Clinton email scandal, even as Congress dropped the ball and DOJ and State continued to obstruct our quest for the truth,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The court in our case wants real answers on the Clinton email scandal which is why our request for basic discovery was granted.”
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    There are depositions for Gene Smilansky and Monica Tillery, both of the State Department, later in April and on May 7 will be the one for Jonathon Wasser, who was a management analyst on the executive secretariat staff.
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    The deposition for Heather Samuelson, former State Department senior adviser who helped facilitate the State Department’s receipt and release of Hillary Clinton’s emails, is in June.
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    Judicial Watch confirmed that written questions under oath are to be provided by Monica Hanley, Hillary Clinton’s former confidential assistant, Lauren Jiloty, Clinton’s former special assistant, Priestap, of the FBI’s counterintelligence division, and Susan Rice, Obama’s former U.N. ambassador who appeared on Sunday television news shows following the Benghazi attacks, blaming a “hateful video.”
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    Questions also are to be answered by Ben Rhodes, an Obama-era White House deputy strategic communications adviser who attempted to orchestrate a campaign to portray the Benghazi consulate terrorist attack as being “rooted in an Internet video.”
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    In January, WND reported the July 2014 lawsuit was filed after the State Department refused to respond to FOIA requests for information about talking points given to Rice by the White House and other agencies regarding the 2012 Benghazi attack.
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    Fitton said President Trump should be demanding to know why the State and Justice Department are colluding with Clinton allies and trying to protect Hillary Clinton and themselves from court-ordered questions on the Clinton email scandal.
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    The judge in the case has called Clinton’s private email system was “one of the gravest modern offenses to government transparency.”
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    When Clinton left the State Department, she had her lawyers decide what needed to be turned over to the government. Ultimately, tens of thousands of emails were concealed from the public.
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    An FBI investigation found she had classified material on the unsecure system.
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    Read More: https://www.wnd.com/2019/03/obama-of...orized-emails/
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    My Thoughts:
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    Now that we’ve got a new AG, we should be seeing more productivity in processing indictments against Hillary for all of the federal criminal crimes she committed while Sec. of State.
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    The damning proof of innocence that FBI likely withheld in Russian probe
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    If President Trump declassifies evidence in the Russia investigation, Carter Page’s summer bike ride to a Virginia farm and George Papadopoulos’s hasty academic jaunt to London may emerge as linchpin proof of FBI surveillance abuses during the 2016 election.
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    The two trips have received scant attention. But growing evidence suggests both Trump campaign advisers made exculpatory statements — at the very start of the FBI’s investigation — that undercut the Trump-Russia collusion theory peddled to agents by Democratic sources.
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    The FBI plowed ahead anyway with an unprecedented intrusion into a presidential campaign, while keeping evidence of the two men’s innocence from the courts.
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    Page and Papadopoulos, who barely knew each other, met separately in August and September 2016 with Stefan Halper, the American-born Cambridge University professor who, the FBI told Congress, worked as an undercover informer in the Russia case.
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    Papadopoulos was the young aide that the FBI used to justify opening a probe into the Trump campaign on July 31, 2016, after he allegedly told a foreign diplomat that he knew Russia possessed incriminating emails about Hillary Clinton.
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    Page, a volunteer campaign adviser, was the American the FBI then targeted on Oct. 21, 2016, for secret surveillance while investigating Democratic Party-funded allegations that he secretly might have coordinated Russia’s election efforts with the Trump campaign during a trip to Moscow.
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    To appreciate the significance of the two men’s interactions with Halper, one must understand the rules governing the FBI when it seeks a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant such as the one secured against Page.
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    First, the FBI must present evidence to FISA judges that it has verified and that comes from intelligence sources deemed reliable. Second, it must disclose any information that calls into question the credibility of its sources. Finally, it must disclose any evidence suggesting the innocence of its investigative targets.
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    Thanks to prior releases of information, we know the FBI fell short on the first two counts. Multiple FBI officials have testified that the Christopher Steele dossier had not been verified when its allegations were submitted as primary evidence supporting the FISA warrant against Page.
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    Likewise, we know the FBI failed to tell the courts that Steele admitted to a federal official that he was desperate to defeat Trump in the 2016 election and was being paid by Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to gather dirt on the GOP candidate. Both pieces of information are the sort of credibility-defining details that should be disclosed about a source.
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    What remains uncertain in the court of public opinion is whether the FBI possessed evidence suggesting Papadopoulos and Page — and, thus, the larger Trump campaign — were innocent of collusion. Republican lawmakers have suggested for months that such evidence existed and was hidden from the courts, but none has emerged in public.
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    My reporting from more than two dozen sources, many with access to the FBI’s evidence, suggests one answer to that question lies in Halper’s interactions with the two Trump campaign advisers, some of it documented in FBI records. And interviews with both men reveal just how much they told Halper about their innocence.
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    Page, an avid biker, rode his mountain bike on Aug. 20, 2016, to a Northern Virginia farm after being invited there by Halper for a casual Saturday visit. Page met Halper weeks earlier when invited by Halper’s assistant to a Cambridge academic conference. The two corresponded by email around the time of Page’s trip to Moscow and arranged to meet in Virginia.
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    By the time Page arrived at Halper’s farm, he had been rattled by media calls during the prior week in which reporters alleged having information that Page met with two senior Russian intelligence figures in Moscow. The reporters suggested his trip might have been part of a larger plot to coordinate with Russia to benefit Trump’s election as president.
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    That allegation, it turns out, was one of many in the uncorroborated Steele dossier guiding the FBI’s collusion probe.
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    Page told me he was incredulous at the suggestions and told everyone he knew, including Halper, that he had not met either Russian intel figure and knew of no Trump-Moscow coordination.
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    “I’m certain that nothing I said that day at the professor’s farm could be deemed as anything other than exculpatory. And once again, in September, I explained reality to the FBI. Contrary to the DNC’s false reports, I have never met those Russians, and I did not know of any effort to coordinate, collude or conspire with Russia. Period.”
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    Page said he went to Moscow in July 2016 simply to give a speech, at the same university where former President Obama spoke a few years earlier. And he said he consciously did not take any actions with Russians that might raise concerns, especially after helping U.S. prosecutors and the FBI in an earlier Russian criminal case and meeting with federal authorities as recently as the previous March.
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    “I’ve never done anything even vaguely resembling illegality throughout the countless trips to Russia. But I was exceptionally meticulous that trip to carefully avoid anything that could be remotely construed as questionable,” he told me.
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    Page’s recollection is backed up by a letter he sent to then-FBI Director James Comey a few weeks after his Halper meeting. “For the record, I have not met this year with any sanctioned official in Russia, despite the fact that there are no restrictions on U.S. persons speaking with such individuals,” he wrote in September 2016.
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    Multiple sources tell me none of the FISA applications the FBI submitted to judges over the course of a year’s surveillance of Page made any mention of exculpatory statements or protestations of innocence that Page made to informants.
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    If such statements exist, in the form of a tape or a transcript or an FBI interview report — three routine investigative tools the FBI uses when managing informers — then it would be a huge omission that likely violated FBI rules.
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    A month later, in London, Papadopoulos was paid $3,000 to present a foreign policy paper to Halper. On the second day of his visit with Halper, Papadopoulos said the conversation turned from academic work to a barrage of questions about Russia, Trump and collusion, including whether the Trump campaign had conspired with Russia on the hacked Clinton emails or changed the GOP platform on Ukraine to appease Vladimir Putin.
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    Papadopoulos told me he pointedly remembers his response: “I made it clear to Halper that what he was suggesting did not only amount to treason, but that I had absolutely no idea what he was talking about and had no information at all about anyone involved with the campaign who might have been involved with a conspiracy because there never was a conspiracy and no one was colluding with a foreign power, especially Russia.
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    “Furthermore, I made it clear to him that Ukraine should be supported and that Russia will always remain a competitor, even if Trump decided to work with Russia to stabilize Syria and East Ukraine while checking China’s rise.”
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    Sources familiar with the FISA applications say they contain no evidence that Papadopoulos made exculpatory statements unwittingly to an FBI informer.
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    Again, if such statements exist in transcripts, tapes or FBI reports, they’re a major omission.
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    Page never has been charged with wrongdoing. And Papadopoulos, after an exhaustive investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, was not accused of conspiracy with Russia; instead, he pleaded guilty to making a false statement to the FBI about a months-old conversation with Australian diplomat Alexander Downer regarding a rumor that Russia possessed embarrassing emails from Clinton.
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    The crime was deemed so minor by the presiding judge that Papadopoulos was sentenced to a mere 14 days in jail.

    If Page’s and Papadopoulos’s recollections of what they told Halper are accurate, former FBI officials Comey, James Baker, Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page and Peter Strzok — all of whom played a role in the Russia probe and the FISA warrants — have some serious explaining to do. So does departing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who signed the fourth and final FISA warrant.
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    My reporting suggests a much bigger scandal — the intentional misleading of the nation’s federal intelligence court — soon may eclipse the Russia narrative that has dominated the media the past two years.
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    The fastest way to know if that storm is on the horizon is for Trump to declassify the documents showing exactly how the FBI behaved in this case.
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    Read More: https://thehill.com/opinion/white-ho...-russian-probe
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    My Thoughts:
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    We all know now how the top levels of the FBI & DOJ worked hard against President Trump, both prior to his election and after.
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    But these two paragraphs stand out:
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    "Multiple FBI officials have testified that the Christopher Steele dossier had not been verified when its allegations were submitted as primary evidence supporting the FISA warrant against Page".
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    "Likewise, we know the FBI failed to tell the courts that Steele admitted to a federal official that he was desperate to defeat Trump in the 2016 election and was being paid by Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to gather dirt on the GOP candidate. Both pieces of information are the sort of credibility-defining details that should be disclosed about a source".
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    These actions are deplorable and everyone involved needs to be indicted, charged and held accountable for their actions and sent to prison.
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