The FISA Memo

The highly anticipated memo documenting potential FISA abuses by the Obama administration’s FBI and DOJ is out. This link goes to the memo itself, with a two-page introductory before the actual memo.  If it doesn’t work, there’s another link within this article.

Basically, the memo tells the world what We the People (who have been keeping up on alternative media) already know about the politicization and corruption of the Deep State during and after the Obama administration.  Read it and weep for our Republic, and then pray that President Trump can drain the swamp.

President Trump: We have your back. MAGA!



90 responses to “The FISA Memo


    Spy Warrant Relied On Dossier…
    FBI agent leaving over ‘relentless attacks on bureau’…

  3. ha’ …dead is good enough!!!! I’ll send U a BUCk!!!


    An interesting article about a subject we’ve talked about before: How this knee-jerk “me, too movement” will, in the end, HARM WOMEN.

    “Consider what’s happening in the capital of Florida. Female staffers and lobbyists have found “many male legislators will no longer meet with them privately,” reported The Miami Herald. “I had a senator say, ‘I need my aide here in the room because I need a chaperone,’ ” lobbyist Jennifer Green told the paper. “I said, ‘Senator, why do you need a chaperone? . . . Do you feel uncomfortable around me?’ ‘Well,’ he said, ‘anyone can say anything with the door shut.’ ” …

    This kind of thinking is catching on in aggressively P.C. Silicon Valley, where men are taking to message boards like Reddit to express interest in sex segregation — sometimes labeled “Men Going Their Own Way,” or the “Man-o-Sphere.” How will that work out for women in the tech industry, where they already face substantial challenges?

    Across industries, “Several major companies have told us they are now limiting travel between the genders,” Johnny Taylor, president of the Society for Human Resource Management, told the Chicago Tribune, citing execs who tell men not to go on business trips or share rental cars with women co-workers. UCLA psychologist Kim Elsesser, the author of “Sex and the Office,” sees a nascent “sex partition.” If men start to back away from women, at least in professional settings, it’s difficult to see how that will aid the feminist cause. …”

    SO, when you think about it, you can envision a society somewhat like, you know, SAUDI ARABIA. Women must be chaperoned, segregated, and covered up because men can’t be trusted to control their impulses. Or maybe a sort of reverse situation, because WOMEN can’t be trusted to NOT make accusations.

    This is what happens when you do away with due process and cede accusers the power to destroy someone simply by making an accusation.

    Too many of these women also play into the “dumb woman” and “weak woman” stereotypes. Dumb, because they can’t think even a few moves ahead to see the DAMAGE their “jump on the bandwagon” and in many cases exaggerated accusations are doing. Consider how now Uma Thurman has suddenly decided to cite Tarantino for “making” her do a stunt with an unsafe car. Now THAT’S sexual harassment? How exactly did he MAKE her do it? She couldn’t say, “Uh, no Quentin, that doesn’t look safe.” And yet for doing the stunt (think about Tom Cruz whining about safety), this woman took home MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. It’s the price you pay to get the gig (and equality), Uma. Anyway, I digress.

    The “weak woman” stereotype is obvious: These “strong” women. (“Brave,” too. I guess SHE didn’t jump on the wagon and push this meme to sell a book.) They were so strong and so brave that they allowed themselves to be victimized, shut their traps, and only spoke up when others did.

    • There is no way that I would go on a business trip with a woman.
      There is no way I would even go on a work sponsored day of fun at which women were present.
      I had a great deal of trouble in the middle of my life because an accusation was made that I had an affair with an office colleague.
      I did not have an affair!
      It is very difficult to prove a negative and therefore the easy implication is that the man is guilty because “all men are that way”
      Learning from experience, you just say THIS IS NOT WORTH THE TROUBLE.
      Who is trying to make being male politically incorrect?
      There is a TV show here called Celebrity Big Brother, you may have an equivalent. It is a popularity contest basically in which a number of people are confined to a house for several weeks and the public votes on who they like.
      The two finalists were Anne Widdecombe, conservative Catholic, and sorry I can’t remember his name, but a transvestite who did a good job of looking like a woman.
      Anne came second.
      My point:
      The presentress of the show (which was themed as the year of the woman because it was an anniversary of the suffragette movement when women got the right to vote) said: “If a guy had to win the show this year it was the right guy who won it”.
      She was saying that only a trans guy had the right to win.
      War on men?
      Men will react,by logical disengagement.
      Not by violence.
      Just by saying “see ya – I’d rather go down the Pub”

      • Sorry about your negative experience. That’s why we have due process–to protect the innocent from false accusations. While it’s true there are men who sexually harass, it’s equally true that there are people who lie for their own reasons. In these current situations, the “plus” side can outweigh the negative side (which would be getting caught lying). Some of these women are wallowing in the notoriety. Others are using the narrative for political or financial ends. (Selling books, getting positions they never would have earned otherwise–especially like roles in Hollywood or directorships, etc.)

        Since these allegations go back decades, as with your situation, it’s impossible to prove a negative (like, hey, it never happened!) but especially when it’s so long ago. You also have to factor in how memory changes over time. Consider, for example (if this happens to you), how siblings can remember things so differently. It happens in my family all the time. Things that happened to one sibling is now claimed by another to have happened to him! He is adamant that he remembers things that happened before he was even born! That’s how memory morphs. It’s the way the brain works. Memories can sometimes be as unreliable as eye-witness identifications, especially when years have passed. So maybe I should be more careful when I say the women are LYING; they may just not know that they are totally wrong.

        In business, it’s especially dangerous because it’s so easy for someone making a false accusation to benefit from the accusation. For example, a rival is fired or won’t ever get a promotion, when maybe the woman gets promoted as recompense or just to “show” that the company wasn’t complicit. All of this has really nothing to do with women or men per se. It has to do with HUMAN NATURE.

        We can see such motivations right now in the media’s persecution of Trump. Their bias is so obvious to us; it’s not as obvious to them, apparently. I almost think it’s not really directed at him so much as it’s to prevent him from damaging their saints–Hillary and Barry. Would they behave any differently, for example, if Pence were president? I think not. The only difference would be that they would use some other angle to attack him. Not sexual, because obviously Pence has been smart enough to ensure that over the years he’s never been in a position in which he could be falsely accused. But they would find something, I’m sure.

        Back to your position about making men politically incorrect. It’s interesting about that Celebrity Big Brother contest. Makes sense to me that a trans “guy” would win, given today’s culture. (I’m confused about why, if it’s called Big Brother, there would be women in it in the first place.)

        I see a trend where they’re making being GAY, or LGBTQ+-whatever, into an elite class. Have you noticed how gay MEN rise to the VERY TOP of traditionally “female” occupations, when they go into those occupations? Gay men are being positioned as being better than either sex. More “sensitive” than manly men but with the traditional advantages of being male. iow, they’re “strong” but also “sensitive.” They’re better because, in this narrative, they represent the BEST of both sexes (although the current politically correct word is “gender”).

        I read in the paper today that as many as 3% of young people now claim they are transgender (or gender fluid, whatever that means). The story actually said that this means there must have been more transgender people than ever before realized. They say it’s because they had to previously hide their condition, without considering the popularity of that “status” in today’s culture, which may mean they only imagine they’re “gender fluid.”

        It’s debatable, scientifically, whether or not there actually IS such a thing as being transgender. It was (and may still be) defined as a mental disorder–a “dysphoria” like people who are skeletal but who believe they are obese.

        It’s popular to be a victim and it’s popular to be LGBTQ+-whatever, too, especially among the younger generations, who are indoctrinated with all sorts of bogus beliefs such as gender fluidity and white privilege. Okay. Sorry. Rant over.

        • Hi Miri,
          The TV show is called “Big Brother” because it is paying homage to the Orwell book 1984 in which all your actions are watched. In 1984 you were watched by your TV. In the show everyone is watched by the moderation panel who call themselves “Big Brother”
          There’s nothing more to the name than that.

          • Thanks for the info. There is or was a Big Brother show here, which I never watched, so I never put the name together with Orwell. Now it does make sense because people are watched constantly.

  5. Along the same lines:

    “Investigative journalist Michael Isikoff said Friday that he was surprised to find out that an article he wrote about Carter Page prior to the election was used to obtain a spy warrant against the former Trump campaign adviser. …

    Isikoff was shocked, he said, because his very article was based on information that came from Christopher Steele, the former British spy who wrote the dossier. He said it was “a bit beyond me” that the FBI would use his article in the FISA application. …”

    So, Mike. If you’re so “shocked” now, then why don’t you repent, actually BE an “investigative journalist,” and begin to HONESTLY and WITHOUT BIAS look into and report on how you and the rest of the media were used by the Obama administration as the useful and biased, dishonest FOOLS that you are. You can begin to make amends by looking for his birth certificate.

    • Actually, it’s somewhat of a miracle that Isikoff ADMITS to the “circular reporting.” That is, that the article was based upon Steele’s information. Isikoff, in the story, claimed it was based upon people who were “briefed” on the investigation, giving a false impression that people who REALLY KNOW (like investigators, Congresspersons, or government officials) were the sources and not some former FOREIGN SPY, paid for by Hillary Clinton, who was feeding the FBI information he got by colluding with RUSSIANS! Note also, from the article, that Isikoff KNEW that Fusion GPS (via his “old friend” Simpson) as well as Steele were involved with this FBI investigation–so he didn’t think there was anything wrong with them SHARING inside information (leaking) illegally, about an on-going FBI investigation? Wait! Isikoff says that Simpson was THERE when Steele “briefed” reporters about the investigation. Did Simpson admit that to the FBI and/or Congress? Isikoff CLAIMS he didn’t know Clinton hired Fusion GPS or Steele. Right.

      I won’t hold my breath waiting for a tell all from Isikoff: How I was used and abused by Obama’s minions.

      It would be very appropriate for Isikoff to return to the beginning and look into the birth certificate issue, because he says:

      ““It’s self-referential,” he said of the article and its reliance on the dossier.

      “My story is about the FBI’s own investigation,” he continued.

      “So it seems a little odd that they would be citing the Yahoo! News story about the matter that they are investigating themselves based on the same material that had been separately presented to the FBI before I was ever briefed by Christopher Steele.” …”

      Similarly, it’s more than a little odd that planted news articles that claimed, with NO EVIDENCE, that Obama was born in Hawaii were cited in court cases as evidence, instead of, you know, the judge requiring Obama to actually submit a document under the pain of perjury (or perhaps forgery).

  6. Pertinent part at the beginning.

    • Now we know why the media, the Democrats, and Simpson in his testimony keep harping on how “reliable” Steele is and how Steele was so experienced that he could easily know when intelligence is true and judge the credibility of his sources. What a joke. I knew the dossier was bogus and laughable as soon as I read it.

      But according to that legal standard, using hearsay (and boy was it) has strict guidelines and the person asking for the warrant has to demonstrate that it was credible and how and why the information was credible. It was NOT. It was incredible!

      This is why we were hearing all that crap about how Steele was reliable in the past, working on the Olympics story. This is why, also, we were reading all this crap in the media and scratching our heads about why that’s relevant. Now we know.

      btw, a “U.S. person” was said to have paid for the dossier–this was in the application. I bet this person will be that Republican who ORIGINALLY had hired Fusion to do oppo research for McCain. They are saying that the FISC was told it was “political” and that a U.S. person was cited as having paid Steele (maybe ultimately. It depends how it was phrased in the application.) However, that Republican did NOT pay Steele. Steele was hired by Fusion AFTER Clinton’s lawyers, Perkins, began paying Fusion.

      But the media hyped that connection and tried to say, for a long time, that a Republican paid for the dossier, too. Lately, they’ve corrected that and say, rightly, that the Clinton campaign and DNC paid for it. But early on, when this application was first created and when it first was leaked to the news, they WERE attributing the dossier to McCain’s supporter. (I forget his name.) I’ll bet you anything the application named HIM and NOT Hillary or Fusion or Perkins. It was in a footnote. I know that because I heard someone on the news who had read it. This is how the Obama administration always slipped in “evidence.” In footnotes because FOOTNOTES ARE NOT CONSIDERED PART OF THE EVIDENCE AND SO YOU CAN’T GET IN TROUBLE IF THEY’RE WRONG. Remember the infamous footnotes in the court cases about Barry’s ineligibility and how news sources were cited and how the birth announcements were cited in footnotes, because then they didn’t have to give credible evidence to support those “facts?” They wanted it to get into the record and in the judges’ minds, but NOT attest to the (lack of) truth.

  7. President Trump’s Super Bowl message: ‘We proudly stand’ for national anthem

    FLY ….with the EAGLES’ ….. just DO THEM!!!

    • Ha, ha. With probably their biggest audience of the year, none dared to kneel.

      • WHY WOULD they GET IT …. MO’ FUN to RESIST ALL that’s GOOD
        ..2 BAD 4 U … TRUMP’s NOT BLACK …. BUTT’ TELLS the TRUTH
        & HAS BALLS …. WE SEE the SAD SACKS … U have BE-COME!

        At least 3 … Eagles players have said they WON’T be visiting OUR
        White House after Sunday’s historic Super Bowl win
        … Malcom Jenkins …. Torrey Smith …. Chris Long
        have all said they will N O T ….. visit the White House …. GREAT!!!!!

        PERFECT remove YOUR FACES … STAY in your ” NUT -SHELL” !

        T Smith said he doesn’t approve of Trump’s war against players’
        decisions to take a knee during the national anthem
        C Long said he wants to TELL his son when he grows UP he
        ‘did what Was Right’ << .. U FOOL .. NOT the TRUTH just U TRIP-IN
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  8. Police Now Arresting Black Lives Matters Protesters Who Blockaded
    Light Rail Station New Super Bowl Stadium

    President Trump Schlongs NFL With Pre-Super Bowl Statement Encouraging Respect for Troops, National Anthem

    Veterans, Bars, Even a Bowling Alley are Boycotting the Super Bowl
    Trump Campaign Uses Super Bowl to Attack Democrats for Defending and Kneeling During National Anthem
    Trey Gowdy: No Dossier, No Surveillance of Carter Page
    Dozens Assaulted by Nassar While FBI Knew About Allegations

    Deep State Coup

    Deaths, Injuries as Amtrak Derails in South Carolina After Colliding With Freight Train ….@theLibertyDaily ….

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