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"Don't like what they're saying. Then you can't handle the truth. Red Eye Radio. And he's Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye will this little investigations seems to be very very quiet, but we hear a lot about Nadler. And and what he is doing and Adam Schiff and what he is doing. But what about the other side? We're talking about the Senate this from the daily caller. And this is where I want to see things go. All right. Senate Judiciary committee, chairman Lindsey Graham is resuming an investigation of potential surveillance abused by the FBI with an expansive requests for records related to the bureau's vetting of the Steele dossier in a letter sent yesterday to attorney general William bar Graham, asked for all FBI and Justice department documents relating to investigators attempts to verify allegations made in the dossier, which was authored by former British. Spy, Christopher Steele and funded by the Hillary campaign and the DNC the FBI relied heavily on steals report to obtain four intelligence surveillance act warns those are secret warns that the government gets against an American citizen, and this one was against former Trump campaign advisor Carter page Republicans investigated, whether the FBI misled the Pfizer court by relying on the dossier. Even though it's allegations about page were unverified. And Michael issacov's has now said mostly untrue. Then they asserted the FBI failed to tell surveillance court judges that Steele was working on behalf of the DNC and the Clinton campaign on an investigation of Donald Trump Graham also indicated in the letter that he is investigating the FBI's decision to open up investigation of Trump campaign associates in twenty sixteen he said, the judiciary committee is concerned. Vetting proper vetting procedures and get this. Now, I said that right? He said the judiciary committee is concerned vetting proper vetting procedures. They need to vet the proper vetting procedures right because the vetting procedures are probably weren't proper. So they need the vet the proper vetting procedures. This is sort of like check the fact checkers, we need to vet the vetting and the full presentation of facts to the Pfizer court may not have occurred. With regard to the applications for the FIS a warrant and the opening of the underlying investigation and Carter page and other individuals associated with the presidential campaign of Donald Trump FBI formerly open counterintelligence investigations on four km pain associates on July thirty first twenty sixteen the first five against page was granted on October twenty first or twenty sixteen grandma's seeking all documents provided to the gang of eight in may of twenty eighteen regarding the Russia probe. He's also requesting that the so-called woods filed which would include any materials used to verify allegations against page included in the FIS, applications the dossier alleges page served as the Trump campaign back channel to the Kremlin. He also is accused of. Coming up with the idea of providing stolen DNC emails to Wiki leaks and meeting with through Kremlin insiders during the trip to Moscow in July of two thousand sixteen page has vehemently denied the allegations. He has testified to special counsel Robert Muller's grand jury, but has not been charged at all in the investigation. So there you go they dossier suffered a heavy blow last Wednesday. When Michael Cohen, the former Trump attorney undercut one of Steele's main collusion allegations Cohen denied under oath ever visiting Prague were steel allegis Cohen met with Russian hackers in two thousand sixteen. So. Grime also wants all documents with the Pfizer court relating to any applications associated with Carter page or any other individuals on or sociology with Donald Trump's twenty sixteen presidential campaign. Will he get them from bar? That's the question. New attorney general. I'll tell you that if he does not. We've got a massive massive situation on our hands. If bar acts the way essentially that sessions did. Then then it is time for the president to step in without any hesitation. Are. We the only ones I've ever asked this question. Were we probably haven't. But I I haven't heard anybody else asked the question, but as a right here pages, the only former Trump aide known to have been targeted with FIS warrants. And what were they unmasking, right? Because what they were unmasking were conversations with more than just Carter page from what we're told right that we're told that was a number of individuals, and you can how many unmasking total, and there could be repeated unmasking of any given individual. But it wasn't just one individual right in. So in order to unmask, your what's your unmasking is a conversation. Yes. That you were able to get through a warrant. I've always wondered that is that is page. The only one we know about because how does it make sense that they? Because the UN ambassador was wasn't it in the hundreds right? Our Samantha power that she supposedly unmasks what she said. I didn't do the unmasking there. Right. Those aren't mine. I didn't do it which means somebody else use her credentials to get in right lookers, hundreds of conversations they could have all been with Carter page. Nobody I've never seen. But they said all the unmasking I've seen unmasking of members of Trump campaign where you can only unmask something that a FIS award was able to get right. Yes. If it came from the intelligence agencies because if it was a criminal wiretap that you beginning that from the FBI, you wouldn't be unmasking anything because he unmasking comes from the intelligence departments. Not a criminal Justice department. Right. Yes. Just a question. You know, we'll see. Remains to see how a bar will handle the document requests Republicans battled throughout twenty seventeen in two thousand eighteen with w Torney general rod Rosenstein who had final document production because he oversaw the special counsel's investigation. Republicans accuse Rosenstein of slow rolling or annoying document requests, he is leaving the department of Justice in March. So in fact, he's leaving. I think next week. From what we were told mid-march, and that would be well a week from been in that he should have never been in that position to deny anything because as I know he signed off on one of the applications for the wards. So the conflict of interest, right? Oh, I'm telling you. I mean that I just look a lot of people can lot of people complaining about manafort's, you know, manafort's sentence yesterday. The only thing I want. There's nothing I can do about what a judge. What what a judge finally does. I just want the truth to come out say what you want about Manafort, whether it was whether it was just because whether would have happened if Muller would've ever got involved in it or not. But the fact is he did commit crimes, and he has been punished to the satisfaction of a federal judge who did the sentencing whether you agree with it or not. Well, with Hillary Clinton, we never even got her charged with clearly what was breaking the law. I would have liked to seen that happen. I would like to see that that that everything that happened. There really got a fair hearing somewhere in our Justice system, and it never did. Right. And here all I want here. Somebody prosecuted later on that all I want is the truth. I wanna know what happened in two thousand sixteen well with the Email thing with Hillary it never even got to the prosecutors level. No one ever did. Director right. The the investigators essentially shut it down. Investigators never let it get to the because they said remember the word, and we the words. On July fifth twenty sixteen no reasonable prosecutor. You're not a prosecutor. You're the director of the FBI you're done handed to a prosecutor and have that prosecutor make that decision. All I want is the truth here manafort's crime or outside of anything to do with an election. Right. All of these things here and all the possible crimes that we have discussed here all have to do with a presidential election is. The American public should know. And I'll say it again to the president the American public should know because the president has said or what he knows his top secret. The American public might not be able to handle. Sorry. Mr president. Don't treat us like children. Well, because you're gonna continue if you continue to play this game. Forget about the political negative political ramifications for the president. Possibly think about long term the risk for every citizen on the on the greater level. That's what we're talking. Yes. That's what I'm concerned about I want this. The the the political lives of those people are secondary. Compared to the American public knowing what happened in the two thousand sixteen election, and after the twenty primarily not I want wanna know what happened before the election and what they did. But primarily I want to see everything that happened after the election. How the Democrats if they how believe they did? Because there's no evidence to show that they did based on their admissions themselves. They tried to get it out to try to discredit the president. Right. We know that from Farkas who Evelyn Farkas said that already. So we're ready. No. That's the case that was their goal to try to try to destroy the legitimacy of the two thousand sixteen election of put doubt in people's minds, and it was legit by spreading. The dossier which said the president, you know, cooperated with the colluded with the Russians to hacked the election hacked, the DNC change outcome of the election and that was their goal to get that information out. So we know that's the case. I wanna know everything the American whatever happens afterwards happens whether it's a fair sentence or not I if somebody gets prosecuted through the process, I want the full accounting of what happened. So the American people can see it. Yes. And I don't want a democrat. And I don't want a Republican telling me I can't handle it. And I shouldn't be able to see it, right? Who's with me? Well, are we looking for Justice for the American people or political Justice for candidate? Right. Are we looking for the truth? That's what I want. I want to know what happened. If you're a true public servant. The only thing that matters is what what the American public what the effect on the American public is. I know Democrats don't wanna know what happened. No most most Republicans do. Yep. They do eight six six ninety redeye.."