John Solomon’s recent report outlines the 17 biggest failures, omissions, and mistakes made by James Comey’s FBI in obtaining FISA warrants against top Trump associates during the 2016 election.
“Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz identified 17 serious omissions, inaccuracies and failures involving the FBI’s conduct in the Russia collusion investigation and its pursuit of a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant targeting the Trump campaign,” reports Solomon.
“The significant failings are laid bare in a report made public Monday that showed the FBI withheld from the FISA court misgivings about its star informant Christopher Steele, as well as evidence of innocence against targets like former Trump campaign advisers Carter Page and George Papadopoulos,” he adds.
Read Solomon’s full-list of 17 flagged failures here.
SOLOMON ON HANNITY: New Questions Raised on Those Who Launched Russia-Trump Investigation
The Hill’s John Solomon stopped by ‘Hannity’ Wednesday night to weigh-in on new revelations regarding the origins of the Russia-Trump investigation; saying one anti-Trump text message between DOJ officials has “always stuck” in his mind.
“One text message has always stood out in my mind. That is a message from Peter Strzok to Lisa Page after they’ve launched the Trump investigation. The text says: ‘The White House is running this,’” said Solomon.
“That text remained in my head for a long time… Next week we will be talking about some very interesting evidence,” he added.
Watch John Solomon on ‘Hannity’ above.
BOMBSHELL REPORT: Steele Admitted ‘Trump Dossier’ Intended to ‘Air Dirt’ on Trump Before Election Day
The latest explosive report from John Solomon is shedding new light on the shady background of the now-debunked ‘Trump Dossier,’ with documents revealing Christopher Steele was given until Election Day to “air dirt” on Donald Trump.
“Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Kathleen Kavalec’s written account of her Oct. 11, 2016, meeting with FBI informant Christopher Steele shows the Hillary Clinton campaign-funded British intelligence operative admitted that his research was political and facing an Election Day deadline,” writes The Hill’s John Solomon.
“And that confession occurred 10 days before the FBI used Steele’s now-discredited dossier to justify securing a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page and the campaign’s ties to Russia,” he adds.
Read the full report at The Hill.