A Detailed Timeline of the FBI’s FISA Abuse in the Trump Campaign Investigation

In order to spy on the Trump campaign, the FBI targeted Trump campaign adviser Carter Page in the spring of 2016, culminating in the issuance of a FISA warrant—which allowed some of the most intrusive spying methods on an American citizen.

A recent article in The Epoch Times observes that during their pursuit of surveillance of a Trump campaign adviser, the FBI consistently ignored exculpatory evidence

As part of this process, the FBI relied extensively on the flawed Steele dossier, leading an FBI legal counsel to note that this was “essentially a single source FISA.”

report issued by the Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General Michael Horowitz revealed a surprising number of details on how this process developed, as well as numerous problems with the evidence that was presented to the FISA court. Additionally, important information was at times altered or not properly shared with the Department Of Justice.

The Epoch Times comprehensive timeline was created using details from the inspector general’s report. It shows how the FBI rushed to spy on the Trump campaign and the flaws in their case.

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#COVID-19 Cases and Deaths to Population

It has been clear for some time that the #CCCP hid the Person to Person Wuhan Coronavirus outbreak for as long as possible with the assistance of the World Health Organization.

Also, we know that China has vastly under-reported related infections and deaths while spreading propaganda to hide the truth.

I decided to do a quick analysis of reported #COVID-19 cases compared to population and deaths to see what has happened in many countries. It is important to realize that reporting is not totally accurate because:

  • Countries such as China and most likely Russie are under-reporting their numbers.
  • Policies in the US reward hospitals for over-reporting of #COVID-19 related deaths by providing higher compensation rates for these deaths compared to compensation for similar treatments not related to Coronavirus.

The table below was created using these sources:

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