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Unconstitutional FBI Claims It “Lost” Woods File – Information/Sources Substantiating First Carter Page FISA Warrant

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Published on: January 16, 2021

FISA courts are a huge problem in the first place.  The FBI is another huge problem.  Both are unconstitutional.  They are not outlined in our Constitution.  When you begin to mix lawlessness like this, what do you expect to come of it but more lawlessness?  Recent documents indicate the FBI has claimed to have lost documents known as the Woods file that allegedly substantiated the first Carter Page FISA warrant to spy on the Trump campaign.  Surprise!

Sean Davis tweeted out the documents with commentary.

“According to a newly released transcript of an interview with FBI agent Joe Pientka, the FBI claims it “lost” the document, known as a Woods file, of all of the information/sources substantiating the first Carter Page FISA warrant,” David tweeted.

He added, “And guess what else? The FBI, according to FBI agent Joe Pientka’s attorney, also appears to have magically lost the original Woods file for the second FISA warrant against Carter Page.”

Chris Blackburn then tied it up nicely by tweeting, “So, the FBI did know that Joseph Mifsud was working with Italian intelligence figures/trainers at Link Campus in Rome. Because the FBI also worked there too. Mueller obviously didn’t want to include that in his report.”

Ya think?

OK, so more documentation of criminal activity and I continue to ask, where are the demands for justice and where are the indictments and arrests?

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