Trump’s odds of being turned down for a FISA wire tap 0.02 percent


It seems like only yesterday that we learned that there was such a thing as a FISA court. A secret court that is not so secret anymore. We learn that AG Lynch signed off on every single one of the FISA requests during her tenure. Better yet, we learn that it is simply a rubber stamp for the nefarious activities of our government. The fact that one has about as much chance of being struck by lightning than being turned down as a candidate for investigation tells us what rare company Trump is in. And the first request to the court was turned down apparently. Here we go:

Only two in over 10,000 applications were turned down by the FISA Court.

According to ABC News:

More than a thousand applications for electronic surveillance, all signed by the attorney general, are submitted each year, and the vast majority are approved. From 2009 to 2015, for example, more than 10,700 applications for electronic surveillance were submitted, and only one was denied in its entirety, according to annual reports sent to Congress. Another one was denied in part, and 17 were withdrawn by the government.

According to ABC, all applications to the FISA Court were signed off on by the Attorney General and therefore if any applications were processed in the past year, they were signed off on by Loretta Lynch.  This means that Lynch signed off on any requests for wire tapping President Donald Trump during the Presidential race.

This is disheartening knowing that she released a video over the weekend calling for the need for more marching, blood and death on the streets.  This also means that she chose not to investigate the Clinton Foundation for illegal activities but rather signed an application to wire tap President Trump.

Finally, another very disturbing fact about the wire tapping request of President Trump is that the FISA Court turned down President Obama’s Administration’s first request to wire tap President Trump that was evidently signed off on by Attorney General Lynch.  With only two applications denied out of 10,700 from 2009 through015, the fact that the Obama Administration’s application was denied by the FISA Court is very disturbing.  The odds of this happening are 0.02%.

Every single judge on the FISA Court as of today was appointed during Obama’s Presidency!

Five of the current eleven judges on the court are scheduled to be on the court for President Trump’s entire first term with six of the judges’ terms expiring before January 2021.  Seven of the judges are scheduled into the year 2020.

H/T and more: Gateway Pundit

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11 Responses to “Trump’s odds of being turned down for a FISA wire tap 0.02 percent”

  1. Mustang Says:

    The FISA Court is the most un-American act ever foisted upon the American people; we owe this to the disgrace which is George W. Bush. His lack of leadership gave us Barack Hussein Obama for high painful years; we should not forget this. IMO, his father the liar was hardly any better, but then this is what we’ve come to expect from our politicians. It is time for a revolution … which I’d hoped Trump would be. He may be our last great hope, but only time will tell. Meanwhile, the left pursues the same policies as Stalin and Hitler. Let us stop pretending that government regulation is anything more than what it is: a quest for control over a free people. I cannot make the argument that the American people willingly accept the communist manifesto of Clinton, Obama, Clinton, Durbin, and the enablers of the GOP, which are too many to name here. Instead, I will posit that the American people have, over the past seven decades, been brainwashed by educationalists to accept the retarded notion that multiculturalism is the key to globalism, that globalism will bring us peace and prosperity in our time. The educationalists have been aided and abetted by the makers of electronic devices … the neo-opiate of the masses. Combined, we now have a voting citizen who is dumb as a rock and equally perceptive. I’m glad I’m old.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Sadly I have to agree with you on all points. I will be very surprised if Trump lives out his tenure. I lived an innocent life, growing up in the fifties in rural America. It was the best of times.

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    • Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

      Pretty darn well stated, there, Mustang!

      Pondering your thought that President Trump may be our ‘last great hope’ – thinking of all he has accomplished, and everything he has had to suffer through, so far – I realized that he hasn’t even been in office for 60 days, yet.

      Not even two months and I’m worn out already.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Hard to know what to focus on.

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  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    How did we ever get to this point? That is the question that bothers me the most because the only answer I can come up with that it is the inattentiveness and not caring of so may Americans.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      I wish so called “Waters World” would ask the question as to whether anyone ever heard of the FISA court. I happened to ask some acquaintances by the way, had they ever heard of it and they all said no. How terrible sad.

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  3. Always On Watch Says:

    Discouraging, isn’t it? It seems that our republic has devolved into a banana republic.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      Very sad indeed. Whether we can come back from the brink remains to be seen.

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  4. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks….

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      • Brittius Says:

        You’re welcome.

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