Testimony Shows FBI Counsel ‘Did Not Read FISA’ Applications
Trisha Anderson, the principal deputy general counsel for the FBI, head of the bureau’s National Security and Cyber Law Branch and long-time deep state fixer coving all Obama’s IRS scandals and other illegal activities, admitted she signed off on an application for a warrant to spy on Trump campaign manager despite not having read it.
“Anderson, whose division was also assigned the Mid-Year Exam—the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server—was responsible for legal oversight of the FBI’s Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) applications process, and provided a final sign-off before FISA applications were sent to the FBI director level.”
She did not voluntarily reveal the information, but admitted after being forced to clarify, that she was the person responsible at the senior executive service (SES) level for signing off on the original Carter Page FISA application:
Well Ms Anderson just may be guilty of perjury. Difficult for me to believe she was unaware of the intentions behind the FISA warrant for Page.
Didn't read it how convenient.