REPORT: The New York Times Clearly Has The Carter Page FISA Warrant But Never Published It
The New York Times already has the un-redacted FISA application to surveil Carter Page, according to well-sourced investigative reports and other evidence. The Times reportedly obtained the FISA application through Ali Watkins, the reporter who slept with her Senate Intelligence Committee source James Wolfe in exchange for stories. The Senate Committee on Intelligence and Buzzfeed — Watkins’ employer before the Times — also has the document, according to one well-sourced report.
The New York Times has not released the document, even though it would be a significant scoop for their supposed journalistic enterprise. What does this prove? It proves that the document is incredibly damning to the mainstream media’s Resistance cause. President Donald Trump has de-classified the document in addition to Bruce Ohr information and texts between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
These de-classifications are sparking panic in the corridors of Washington power. When President Trump releases the de-classified documents — hopefully soon — the entire power balance in his battle with Robert Mueller and the Democrats will change.
The Conservative Tree House eloquently details how it is obvious, in their view and in the view of other close observers, that the New York Times is sitting on the un-redacted FISA warrant application.
“Connecting the Wolfe indictment to the recently released Carter Page FISA application it becomes obvious in March 2017 Senate Staffer James Wolfe sent reporter Ali Watkinsa copy of the 82-page FISA Title-1 origination application. Here’s how we know:
On/around March 16th, 2017, the Senate Intelligence Committee requested a copy of the FISA application used against Carter Page. How do we know this? Because a part of the indictment against James Wolfe tells us what took place.
Page #5 of the Wolfe indictment (unsealed in June 2018) describes Reporter #2 Ali Watkins.
Page #6 describes one of the leaks; one of the very specific leaks by Wolfe to Watkins. Read carefully:
That document described is clearly the FISA application used against Carter Page that was disclosed Saturday. Note the description (above) and the date of the FISC release disclosed: March, 17th, 2017 – FISC CLERK COPY STAMP page 83
♦Yes, that means the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) has had the FISA application against Carter Page in their possession since March 2017.
Next: Note the FISA application (original first application) is 83 pages, with a blank page. That’s 82 pages total.
Note page #6 of the Wolfe indictment: “82 text messages” corresponds with James Wolfe texting 82 images of the FISA application to Ali Watkins. Wolfe likely took pictures of each application page and sent them to Ms. Watkins.”
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That is a very persuasive case for why the New York Times is sitting on an important document and thus aiding and abetting the Deep State conspiracy against President Donald Trump.
Researchers on Twitter are not impressed with the Grey Lady’s lame move.