These Reporters All Lied About the Steele Dossier, Carter Page, and FISA Warrants | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

These Reporters All Lied About the Steele Dossier, Carter Page, and FISA Warrants

After the report was released on the Russia collusion investigation, it has become clear that FISA requests were approved by judges based on the Steele dossier -- a report funded for and written by anti-Trump hacks. Over the last few years, however, many journalists denied this to be the case. Oh no, they said time and again, the Steele dossier wasn't (much of) the basis of the FISA request(s) to spy on former Trump adviser Carter Page at all. No sir.

Twitter-user @Techno_Fog was so kind as to collect tweets from those journalists about the matter. To start with: the Washington Post's Shane Harris. On January 12, 2018, Harris wrote: "I am telling you the dossier was not used as the basis for a FISA warrant on Carter Page."

Techno Fog
@Techno_Fog
WaPo reporter @shaneharris has been lying to the public this whole time. https://twitter.com/shaneharris/status/951676252427038720

Shane Harris
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@shaneharris
Replying to @jancisvaynrchuk @KimStrassel
Yes. I am telling you the dossier was not used as the basis for a FISA warrant on Carter Page.

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Then there is Jonah Goldberg, formerly of National Review, now of The Dispatch. He wrote in February of 2018: "More than one FISA Court Judge issued actual warrants after reviewing intelligence collected from Page surveillance that had nothing to do with the Steele Dossier."

Techno Fog
@Techno_Fog
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WaPo reporter @shaneharris has been lying to the public this whole time. https://twitter.com/shaneharris/status/951676252427038720

Shane Harris
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@shaneharris
Replying to @jancisvaynrchuk @KimStrassel
Yes. I am telling you the dossier was not used as the basis for a FISA warrant on Carter Page.

Techno Fog
@Techno_Fog
Let's keep it going.@JonahDispatch

The FISA renewals were approved by the FISC Judges "after reviewing intelligence collected from Page surveillance that had nothing to do with the Steele dossier"

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