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Senior Obama DOJ Officials Engaged in Fraud Before FISA Court

TheConservativeTreeHouse.com | The big picture of what and who was behind the Obama administraton's FISA surveillance is becoming clearer.  During a radio interview on WMAL, former U.S. Attorney for D.C. Joseph diGenova, specifically points to former Obama DOJ National Security Division head John P Carlin (pictured above), who resigned suddenly in October of 2016, for his role in obtaining the FISA warrants.  DiGenova has stated in another interview with the Daily Caller Foundation that it was Carlin who signed the pleadings presented to the FISA court. DiGenova further states that the submission of this false and unsubstantiated information to the FISA court by Senior DOJ officials to get FISA warrants is FRAUD and a crime that will lead to criminal charges against many of them.

DiGenova also states that FISA court judge Rudolph Contreras did not recuse himself, rather, he was forcibly recused by either U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts or the FISA court itself.

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Former U.S. Attorney Describes Obama DOJ/FBI Plot Against President Trump

YouTube.com | Tea Partier | Joseph diGenova, former U.S. attorney for the District Of Columbia says the truth is slowlying coming out that the Obama Administration plotted to exhonerate Hillary Clinton and "frame an incoming president with a false Russion conspiracy" according to an interview with the Daily Caller news foundation.  diGenova alleges that Obama administration DOJ and FBI officials may have “violated the law” to politicize law enforcement and surveillance against political opponents. He goes on to say that former FBI Director James Comey conducted a fake criminal investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as they “followed none of the regular rules, gave her every break in the book, immunized all kinds of people, allowed the destruction of evidence, with no grand jury, no subpoenas, no search warrants. That’s not an investigation...It’s a farce.”

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