Chairman Nunes: ‘Redacted Portions of Carter Page FISA Docs Even Worse Than What the American People Can See Today’

House Intel Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) said in an interview with The Hill, which aired on Thursday, that what is redacted in the Carter Page FISA docs is even worse than what the public has already seen.

“What’s in the redactions is equally bad, some would probably say worse than what the American people can see today,” Nunes said.

“So just to be clear, there’s 400, roughly 75 percent of them are blacked out,” he continued. “So people learned over the weekend that the dossier indeed was what led this FISA, so they used that dossier and pieces of that dossier to push that FISA out to Carter Page.”

“I would argue that what’s left in there is really bad, if not worse, but also what’s not in there is even worse than what people can see, what people can’t see.”

On Saturday, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton announced documents related to the FISA warrants on Trump’s former campaign advisor, Carter Page were released by the FBI — and arrived at JW headquarters.

As expected, the documents were heavily redacted.

Obama’s Deep State DOJ and FBI withheld information about Hillary Clinton and the DNC being behind the information used to obtain the FISA warrant.

Obama’s corrupt cronies obtained a FISA warrant on Carter Page in October of 2016 and three subsequent renewals in order to spy on Trump’s campaign and transition team.

Comey, Rosenstein, McCabe and Sally Yates all signed the FISA applications even though Hillary’s fraudulent Russia dossier was used as a pretext to obtain the warrants.

The newly released docs also reveal Peter Strzok did indeed provide information which was used to obtain a FISA warrant on Carter Page, directly contradicting his previous sworn claims to GOP lawmakers.


We also learned the FBI used anti-Trump media reports from liberal news sites in order to obtain the Carter Page FISA warrants.

The House Intel Committee recently called on President Trump to declassify all Carter Page FISA documents so the American people can see the whole truth.

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