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Judge Andrew Napolitano believes that a probe of Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C. , re-evaluation of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) and its “potential for abuse”, which finally leads to major changes on the heels of the Müller report.
“Senator Graham, a lawyer and military judge, and a senator is aware of the fact that FISA provides the potential for abuse,” Napolitano Fox News senior judicial analyst, said Monday on “America’s Newsroom.”
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“Some of us have been arguing… in 41 years, the time, the FISA has been in existence is that it has a disruptive effect on the FBI. It is too easy to start an intelligence operation with the FISA rules through the presentation of shaky evidence to a FISA judge and a search warrant on innocent people, and then morph that into a criminal investigation.”
Graham said Monday that he the probe of alleged human rights violations of the FISA at the beginning of the Russia-investigation.
“He’s going to have a look at how did all this started. It started because there were bad actors in the FBI? Yes, it probably was. It started, because it were defective, the procedure? Yes, like FISA,” Napolitano co-presenter Sandra Miller said.
“And I don’t think he is to be surprised by what he finds. But he is a treasure of possible corrections by the nature of the legislation made by the Congress.”
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“I would like to find someone like a Mr. Miller, that you can see what is going on tickets with the FISA option, the counter-espionage investigation. Am I right to be worried? It seems pretty bad on his face—but there are some people that are never going to accept the Müller report, but by any reasonable standard, Mueller thoroughly investigated, the Trump campaign. You can’t say that about the other side of the story,” Graham told reporters Monday.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.