The point of FISA warrants is that YOU don’t get to examine it because it involves matters of national security. In this case it appears the warrant was at least partially based on intercepted communications with Russians where we had tapped the Russians.

You are the one talking “treason” with zero evidence. If you are going to use words like that the burden to prove it is on you.

A judge, not the Obama administration, determined the statutory requirements for a FISA warrant were met. Those requirements require a probable cause determination that the American citizen is acting as a foreign agent in a manner hostile to the United States.

Deal with it.

Retired lawyer & Army vet in The Villages of Florida. Lifelong: Republican (pre-Trump), Constitution buff, science nerd & dog lover. Twitter: @KeithDB80

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