And the dangerous abuse of executive power to cover for criminal Eric Holder’s refusal to turn over unredacted documents to Congress in an illegal gun-running scheme to Mexican drug lords was far more dangerous, deadly dangerous. Two federal agents, hundreds of Mexicans, including a beauty queen and police chiefs, lost their lives, along with many in Paris during a jihad attack in that criminal activity under Holder’s Justice Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, and though he never faced real justice, Congress did hold him in contempt. Now, this criminal is claiming that declassifying FISA documents, which would demonstrate the culpability of those in his own party in pushing a false narrative in order to obtain warrants to spy on a presidential candidate, would be “an especially dangerous abuse of power.”
Now, why this is so, I have no idea. After all, we are told in the Fourth Amendment:
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
In other words, a warrant demand that someone take an oath or provide affirmation of a crime and specifics announced. That is then presented to those to whom the warrant is served. However, with FISA, we are told this is about foreign surveillance, but this was being conducted on American citizens, despite what is claimed and we have documented evidence of is.
Holder has no idea of what justice is. He tapped the phone lines of journalists, signed off on an illegal gun trafficking scheme and continually advance unconstitutional policies, including the push against the Defense of Marriage Act and covering for his criminal boss, the usurper-in-chief, Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah.
Now, when it comes to President Donald Trump’s decision to declassify certain FISA documents, Holder says it’s a “dangerous abuse of power.”
This is an especially dangerous abuse of power by this President. He places his self interest above the national security interests of the country. https://t.co/KJohV6V3tY
— Eric Holder (@EricHolder) September 18, 2018
The Washington Times reports:
Former Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said Tuesday that President Trump’s decision to declassify FISA court documents and Justice Department messages about the Russia investigation is “an especially dangerous abuse of power.”
Mr. Holder criticized Mr. Trump for holding, “his self-interest about the national security interests of the country.”
Mr. Trump announced the move Monday afternoon, after repeated requests from Republicans in both chambers of Congress.
The 19 documents declassified would provide an insight to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act application process, FBI interviews with DOJ official Bruce Ohr, and interview reports regarding the FISA application to conduct surveillance on former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
Republicans contend that Mr. Ohr had a hand in organizing the Steele dossier, which they argue was the basis for spying on Mr. Page and the Russia investigation into the Trump campaign.
Mr. Trump has denied all wrong doing and argued he is the victim of a “witch hunt.” The president claims that Democrats, who were connected to the Steele dossier, are the ones truly guilty of colluding with Russians.
Self-interests? Well, yeah, I suppose one could see some of that, but truly, if that were the case, he would have done it a long time ago. Furthermore, the more we have come to understand the corruption of those who pushed for the FISA warrants, the more we are concerned that they are the national security threats to the country and not declassifying documents that would prove genuine criminal collusion among those in our government against a citizen who was running for president.
Holder is just like Obama and other criminals. They accuse others of they are actually guilty of, and nothing more.
What should be happening at this point, if we even have any sense of justice, is rounding up the Obama gang though indictments and punishing them to the fullest extent of the law, and by their actions that would mean they have been treasonous, which we usually punish by death.
However, understanding that justice not what DC is really about, I’m not holding my breath that it’s coming any time soon.