Why did Special Counsel Robert Mueller talk with former National Security Agency head, Mike Rogers, immediately prior to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein granting a third extension to spy on Trump under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act?
According to detailed analysis from the Conservative Treehouse, the FISA court granted a third extension to spy on members of President Donald Trump‘s 2016 campaign, particularly Carter Page, right before Mueller met with Rosenstein at the Department of State.
A review of court documents and records clearly shows that the third FISA renewal came just after it became apparent the Rosenstein-Mueller cabal used the democrat-funded dossier to trigger the Russia investigation against Trump.
We know the FISA warrant to spy on Page and Trump’s team was illegal and bogus because it wasn’t renewed a fourth time; and, Page has never been charged with a single crime. Why is that?
The NSA uses contractors to conduct opposition research for the agency on potential targets. Rogers hired officials from Fusion GPS, the firm that was paid by Hillary Clinton and the democrats to fund the dossier, to help with the agencies “FISA-702″ program.
Nellie Ohr, wife of DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr, worked for Fusion GPS. She handled Russia related matters for Fusion and also did contractor work for the NSA. Bruce Ohr has been demoted at the DOJ for failing to disclose to the department that his wife worked for Fusion. In fact, Bruce Ohr is under investigation for meeting with Fusion officials before the 2016 presidential election, where he more than likely discussed the dossier and using it to derail Trump’s presidency.
The alliance at the DOJ and Fusion between the Ohrs, democrats, and Clinton’s campaign infected the FBI and DOJ at the highest levels. This resulted in corrupt officials working together to use the dossier to obtain the FISA spy warrants and trigger the Russia investigation against Trump.
Here’s where it gets really good (and very scary).
In June 2017, one month after Mueller was appointed, The New York Times reported that Mueller had a private meeting with Rogers. We can reasonably assume the meeting was about the FISA warrants already approved to spy on Trump’s team. Mueller was likely gaining information about what he could use to build his case and request a third spy warrant, which was approved by Rosenstein in October 2016.
As detailed in the Times piece, one key line stands out from the official DOJ letter appointing Mueller has the special counsel in the Russia case.
“…to serve as Special Counsel to oversee the previously-confirmed FBI investigation of Russian government efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election and related matters.”
Rosenstein, who oversees Mueller’s probe, is clearly instructing the special counsel to begin his investigation exactly where the FBI and DOJ left off. And it says “related matters,” which is the vague term that Mueller has been using to go after Trump allies for alleged crimes that have nothing to do with Russia or the 2016 election.
Here’s the cherry on top: do you know who was leading the investigation before Mueller took over? Peter Strzok, the anti-Trump agent who sent countless text message denigrating and insulting Trump while he was leading the investigation into the president.
So here’s what we know: Clinton paid for the dossier. She used her allies at the DOJ and FBI to elevate the dossier to get spy warrants, which subsequently led to the Russia investigation.
Mueller was briefed on all of this and was directed by Rosenstein to pick up where the bureau left off, which was using unethical and possibly illegal tactics to derail Trump and go after his allies.
Rosenstein also granted Mueller a third FISA extension to spy on Page and likely other members of Trump’s campaign despite not a single agency charging Page with a crime. Why approve a warrant if no crimes can be proven?
Mueller is trying to charge Trump allies with outrageous crimes to pressure them into “turning” on Trump. And Rosenstein is doing absolutely nothing about it.