Did the Democrats and the journalists really believe that Hillary Clinton was going to win in a landslide? I’d have to say absolutely not. If they did, there would have been no need to seek FISA warrants against Carter Page in order to spy on the Trump campaign. Even Hillary must have seen the writing on the wall, as Donald Trump was being greeted by massive crowds, while she was unable to fill the broom closet of local high schools. That’s why she and the DNC laid out big bucks to create the fake dossier. They were hoping that Hillary would win, so they could bury all the crimes they committed.
Rep Devin Nunes has been speaking out about the FISA warrants, and although he is forbidden by law to speak about what he read in the unredacted FISA applications, he is able to speak in general terms. He says that Democrats and journalists are frightened about the information becoming public. President Trump is expected to declassify at least 20 pages next week.
Nunes asserted that Trump’s critics have backed away from that argument out of fear that the rest of the FISA application will be damaging to the FBI and the narrative that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government.
“And you know why? Because I think they’re going to be frightened by what you see,” Nunes said of Democrats and the press.
Nunes’ comments echo remarks he made in an interview on Fox News on July 29.
“We are quite confident that once the American people see these 20 pages, at least for those that will get real reporting on this issue, they will be shocked by what’s in that FISA application,” Nunes told Fox’s Maria Bartiromo.
Nunes also wants the FBI’s 302s released from their interviews with Bruce Ohr, who, along with his wife, are buried deeply in the dossier criminality. It is believed that the president intends to release the 302s sometime after the FISA applications, quite possibly for the maximum effect.