Files related to the Trump-Russia ‘collusion’ scam just went missing and high-ranking Republicans are furious about it. One GOP leader took action and decided to call out the powers that be for this grievous error.
In a letter to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) called out FBI Director Christopher Wray “for persistent flaws in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act process,” noted the Washington Examiner.
Jordan wrote in the letter that “the FBI was unable to locate the Woods files for four additional files that the OIG had requested — meaning the OIG could not review those applications.”
The OIG — or the Office of Inspector General — being unable to review what’s known as the “Woods File” is a major problem. This file is supposed to contain the factual evidence to back up requests for FISA warrants.
“Investigators found serious problems in each of the 29 FISA applications they examined — including four FISA applications where the Woods File was missing or never existed,” continued the Examiner’s report.
As such, Jordan has asked “that the OIG seek additional information from the FBI about its FISA applications targeting U.S. Persons,” and we will see what comes of this request. It could blow the Trump-Russia ‘collusion’ sham to pieces.
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