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Two days ago The Hill’s John Solomon appeared with Fox News’ Sean Hannity where he revealed that according to his sources (and Hannity’s as...

Clapper & Brennan ‘s Worst Nightmare Is Now A Reality … Enjoy Being Free While You Can

Two days ago The Hill’s John Solomon appeared with Fox News’ Sean Hannity where he revealed that according to his sources (and Hannity’s as well), President Trump will begin declassifying Spygate documents “in the next 6-7 days.” Now five days…tick tock.

This explains the sudden confrontational finger-pointing between the heads of Obama’s intelligence agencies who plotted to spy on their political opponents.

Realizing what’s about to be released, they are backpedaling from their earlier statements as they jockey for the optimal positioning by turning on each other.

The original “Bucket 5” list was outlined in September 2018.

  1. All versions of the Carter Page FISA applications (DOJ) (DoS) (FBI) (ODNI).
  2. All of the Bruce Ohr 302’s filled out by the FBI. (FBI) (ODNI)
  3. All of Bruce Ohr’s emails (FBI) (DOJ) (CIA) (ODNI), and supportive documents and material provided by Bruce Ohr to the FBI. (FBI)
  4. All relevant documents pertaining to the supportive material within the FISA application. (FBI) (DOJ-NSD ) (DoS) (CIA) (DNI) (NSA) (ODNI);
  5. All intelligence documents that were presented to the Gang of Eight in 2016 that pertain to the FISA application used against U.S. person Carter Page; including all exculpatory intelligence documents that may not have been presented to the FISA Court. (CIA) (FBI) (DOJ) (ODNI) (DoS) (NSA)
  6. All unredacted text messages and email content between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok on all devices. (FBI) (DOJ) (DOJ-NSD) (ODNI)
  7. The originating CIA “EC” or two-page electronic communication from former CIA Director John Brennan to FBI Director James Comey that started Operation Crossfire Hurricane in July 2016. (CIA) (FBI) (ODNI)

For a detailed explanation, Sundance, writing at the Conservative Treehouse, explains further.

With all that’s come to light in the intervening 9 months, it’s a virtual certainty that the list has grown substantially.

One example of what might be new are the transcripts generated from the spies (aka confidential informants) the CIA and FBI were running at Trump’s campaign associates.

These will prove beyond any doubt that U.S. the intelligence community had been weaponized with the intention of damaging an opposing political campaign.

Then there’s this; Former federal prosecutor Joe DiGenova told Lou Dobbs that, as of last night, his sources have told him that all four of the FISA warrants issued against Trump campaign advisor Carter Page are now known to have been secured illegally.

Christopher Steele’s so-called dossier was the centerpiece of the evidence submitted to the FISC.

Given what we now know, the spy chiefs had used Steele’s work, that can now be said to be a Russian intelligence operation (“active measure” in IC-speak) that took advantage of a cooperative outreach by the Hillary Clinton campaign, to support the four FISA applications.

This has the intel chiefs who ran the Obama administration’s extensive surveillance operations, that had targeted its political enemies years before Donald Trump ever announce his candidacy, in a frenzy to save themselves.

Kevin R. Brock, a former assistant director of intelligence for the FBI writing for the Hill, explained the conundrum Obama’s spy chiefs now find themselves in:

“If these IC leaders didn’t recognize it (Steele’s dossier) as such (the product of a Russian disinformation campaign), then it truly was amateur hour at the top.

The more troubling scenario would be if each made a conscious decision to ignore the obvious Russian interference attempt and, instead, wring political value out of the dossier.”

I’ll add an even more troubling potentiality; they knew it was the product of opposition research and that it had been funded by the DNC and the Clinton campaign.

Brock added this:

“IC leaders aren’t used to being held to account by the Justice Department, and their oversight by Congress generally is mild. Theirs is a comfortable world, obfuscated and kept mysterious by the liberal use of their classified-information shield. The demonization of Attorney General Barr has begun — a sign that he is probably on the right track. And the IC leaders are on notice.”

Tick tock…