The short video below is just the tip of the iceberg on the corrupt FBI. It’s great commentary from Andrew McCarthy but we wish he could have kept going to give us more. He’s fantastic!

The DOJ released over 400 pages of a FISA documents that are heavily redacted. Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy was interviewed this morning on FOX & Friends:

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“I’m really embarrassed because I told people for months that this could never ever happen. What I told people was that you’re not even going to hear about the dossier when we finally learn what’s in the FISA warrants.

McCarthy goes on to describe what the FBI typically does in cases like this.

“When you read this thing…it’s astonishing. It’s as if they took the dossier and slapped a caption on it and gave it to the judge.

“I must say that this is so bad that they ought to be looking at the judges who signed off on this stuff.”

“YOU FOUND A NUGGET”…Griff Jenkins asks McCarthy about the “nugget” he found in the FISA documents:

McCarthy calls out the FBI for lying about the accuracy of the dossier: “They haven’t verified it and it’s not accurate”


McCarthy continues to say that the FBI used the exact same unverified information (dossier) to get three more approvals from the judges.

Note that while under oath James Comey  testified to congress that the *Steele dossier was NEVER verified for accuracy. The FBI also never revealed to the court that the *fake dossier was paid for by the Clinton campaign!





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