The salacious and laughably false Steele dossier was the basis for surveillance on the Trump campaign. This was confirmed by Fox's Sara Carter, independently by Fox's Sean Hannity and indirectly by Byron York at the Washington Examiner. The surveillance state has been weaponized for political purposes, an affront to a free society, and now we can verify it happened.
What isn't clear is what information was gathered as the fruit of this forbidden tree, as Congress takes up the FISA reauthorization Bill, and President Trump tweets his reservations about it, just for this reason. Mark Levin succinctly argues that the last year's worth of Russiagate is directly attributable to this abrogation of the Fourth Amendment.
This revelation casts a pall on the Mueller investigation, as partisan forces are demonstrably using the power of government. This, in conjunction with the Peter Strzok revelations and other partisans on Mueller's team, mean that this investigation has lost all credibility, and is Washington scandal-mongering at its worst. Clearly, FISA requires reform, and both Senator Paul and President Trump are right to point out its flaws.
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