By Roger Stone
A once top-secret intelligence memo recently declassified by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) and reviewed by Circa shows roughly ten pages listing hundreds of violations by the FBI of their privacy-protecting minimization rules while James Comey was director. The FISA report was in direct contradiction to Comey’s testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
During a round of questions about securing and defending the privacy of American citizens, Comey stated under oath that his agency used collected surveillance data from Americans without a warrant. Director Comey then continued that this use of data was to be only when it was “lawfully collected, carefully overseen and checked.” In order to further cement the appearance of his agency’s commitment to uphold citizen’s privacy, Comey added, “Nobody gets to see FISA information of any kind unless they’ve had the appropriate training and have the appropriate oversight.”
This FISA report shows clearly that James Comey was lying during his testimony and that he should be criminally charged.
Among the violations declassified in the FISA report are examples of the FBI sharing data illegally with third parties, including a ‘private entity’ with no legal right to access the information. Comey’s FBI also gathered protected attorney client communications that had been intercepted without using the oversight procedures he claimed were of the highest importance.
The spying, done illegally on Trump and thousands of other Americans was not only a gross abuse of power unmatched in recent memory, but a serious assault on the…Read More