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Is New FISA Court Reformer Part Of Old Guard Of The Deep State?


FBI’s new FISA reformer worked with Brennan on terrorism case that launched Obama-era ‘unmasking’ explosion - Liberty Unyielding

It has already been reported that Kris, who served as Assistant Attorney General for the National Security Division from 2009 to 2011, has been a vociferous critic of Devin Nunes in the last several years, and an equally vociferous defender of the FISA surveillance done on Carter Page (and through Page the entire Trump team). Kris's bias in favor of the surveillance is well known. Within the last two years, he has made the comments recounted by Chuck Ross of the Daily Caller News Foundation:

In other words, Kris comes in already biased against the reality that has emerged from the Mueller investigation and the DOJ Inspector General's report; specifically, that there was not probable cause to conclude Page was a Russian agent, but that the FBI withheld exculpatory information on Page from the FISA court, as well as withholding information about Christopher Steele that would have cast Steele's credibility as a confidential source (and the dossier that bore his name) into doubt.

Other circumstances surrounding Kris might give us pause as well. He is a writer for Lawfare, for example, and has penned articles jointly with Benjamin Wittes, the friend of James Comey who "leaked" Comey's memos on his meetings with President Trump to the media.

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