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Carter page, monitored during the Russian probe, slams FISA bill as ‘bill’ ‘failure’

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EXCLUSIVE: the Former trump campaign consultant Carter page blown up, the House’s new Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act bill as a “sham” and a Republican “failure,” to say that he represents a “lazy authentication” of the monitoring tool that is not properly targeted him during the FBI-Russia-investigation.

“Just like the Republicans in Congress not to justice after the death of my friend Chris Stevens, this bill represents the latest lazy approval from completely uncontrolled bureaucratic power,” Page said in a text message to Fox News Wednesday, referring to Stevens, a victim of the 2012 Benghazi attacks.

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To put “after the Deep condition, so many lives are in danger, none of the corrupt perpetrators were held to account,” page. “In the meantime, the Congress is not even entitled to reparation for the countless Trump Fans, as the impotent victims of crime in the midst of all of the DOJ and the FBI is.”

He added: “This remains an historic mistake of epic proportions.”

The FBI sought to the monitor in 2016 and 2017 and get a FISA warrant against him, as well as several Reauthor transparent for roofing. Justice Department inspector General Michael Horowitz announced last year that the Bureau made repeated errors and wrong representations before the FISA court in an effort, which is guaranteed against the side. The FISC later determined that the warrant “lacked probable cause.”

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Page was a Central figure in the former special counsel Robert Mueller, the inquiry, whether the members of the Trump campaign, in cooperation with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential elections. Müller found no wrongdoing side and was not justified in the position that the anti-Trump dossier of allegations about him.

Side the comments come as the house is about to move forward on a bill that was introduced this week, prior to the expiration of the current United States-freedom Reauthorization Act in March 15.

The draft law contains an improved congressional oversight of the FISA process, penalties for those who abuse the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) – the process for political purposes, and the requirement for transcripts of court proceedings.

At the output of three surveillance provisions that expire Sunday, including one that allows the FBI to our orders to business to collect documents on subjects of national security investigations. The other, known as the “roving wiretap” provision, permits the monitoring of the subjects themselves, after you have changed cell phones, and to monitor topics that have no links to international terrorist organizations.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, said, the act tightened the legislation to avoid abuse, but not far enough in the protection of civil liberties, but added, “we must not let the perfect the enemy of the good.”

“This bill is an important package of reforms,” Nadler.

A top Republican said on the judiciary Committee, Rep. Jim Jordan, of Ohio, of the abuse recently, vocal in the FISA reform process and in the investigation as a whole, in FISA, the law could have gone further, but “the real reform.”

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Jordan said, the changes are much better than the current FBI-surveillance tools in focus with the improper applications, to monitor the former President of Trump campaign aide Carter page in the Russia probe.

“This bill before us is a true reform of the FISA program,” said Jordan. “These reforms have long been needed, but especially in the last few years, in the face of the FBI of spying on the Trump campaign, affiliate-Carter were.”

The new legislation, the attorney-General requires in person to watch draw of the officials involved.

Attorney General Bill Barr on Wednesday said he supports the passage of the FISA bill, saying it “protects against abuse, maltreatment and abuse in the future.”

“I have the house FISA bill reviewed and support the passage,” Barr said in a statement Wednesday. “The bill contains a variety of new requirements and compliance rules to protect against abuse, maltreatment and abuse in the future, while ensuring that this critical tool is available, when appropriate for the protection of the security of the American people.”

Barr went on to say that he was “pleased” that the bill contains provisions that the mistakes of the past, “says Horowitz recommendations” contributed he and FBI Director, Christopher Wray, on the recommendation of the Department of justice inspector General Michael Horowitz, more “to our proposals.

“It is of the utmost importance that the Department, the attorneys and investigators always work in accordance with the highest professional standards, and this total package will help ensure that the integrity of the FISA process, and protection against future abuses in the future,” Barr said, urging “broad bi-partisan support” for the measure.

The legislation is scheduled for a vote as early as Wednesday.

Meanwhile, the request for “redress” in the text to Fox News was not his first. At the Conservative Political Action conference (CPAC) last month, the first page made the proposal, calling for a law that would, “go a little restitution for all the lives that have been ruined.”

Fox News’ Marisa Schultz and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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