10 most important revelations to expect from the Russia probe FISA report

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  1. DonGlock26

    DonGlock26

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    "The 10 most important revelations to expect from the Russia probe FISA report

    DECEMBER 4, 2019

    Next week Americans will finally get their most complete accounting to date of what the FBI did right and wrong in the Russia collusion investigation that probed President Trump’s campaign with a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant at the end of the 2016 election.


    With that bigger question in mind, here are the 10 revelations I believe will be most important in the Horowitz report.

    The scope of failure and misconduct
    Exculpatory evidence withheld

    Derogatory information about informant Christopher Steele
    News leaks as evidence
    Verification under the Woods Procedures
    Steele dossier heartburn
    What investigators learned from Steele
    Bias, intent and incompetence
    Criminal referrals and disciplinary actions
    Lessons Learned

    https://johnsolomonreports.com/the-...-to-expect-from-the-russia-probe-fisa-report/ "


    More at above link:
     
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    Most of it will probably be redacted, and it will take years of legal challenges to get copies that aren't. Just in time for the statute of limitations to take over.
     

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    The 10 most important things in the IG report.

    1. No one of any consequence will be implicated.
     
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    The most important thing to understand is the IG is a DOJ employee.

    He has no way to compel anyone to talk to him, can only talk to current DOJ employees, and has no prosecutorial power.

    His report will be a bunch of words with no teeth. All he can do is ask Barr to do something, which he is already doing with a real prosecutor and investigator.

    There will be a few sentences in the report the idiot cable networks can use on each side. This will go away quickly. Hope I'm wrong here but I can't see how when the man has no ability, means, resources or legal basis to conduct an actual investigation.

    Each side will claim victory or deep state interference, just watch.