On Friday, FBI Director Chris Wray announced his official response to the abuse of the FISA courts and the spying on the Trump campaign in 2016 — and it wasn’t much of a response.
Wray did not mention any charges or discipline against abusers, adding that he submitted a training video in order for FISA misuse not to occur again.
And Fox News’ Sean Hannity is livid.
“Where’s the accountability? Where is the equal application of our laws?” Hannity asked. “With all due respect Director Wray, that’s not enough! Sorry! A premeditated fraud on a FISA Court to spy on a candidate, and a transition team, and a president.
He continued: “I’d like to see a little more outrage from you. This is the world’s premier, number one, intelligence agency, 99% of FBI guys are the best in the world.
“Really? That’s your reaction?” Hannity concluded.
According to the Washington Examiner, Wray ordered over 40 “corrective steps” with regard to the inspector general’s criticism and feedback.
But many feel that’s not enough to overcome the rampant abuse of the FISA court, which was founded in 1978 to “oversee the approval of warrants sought by federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies” about questionable individuals.
Some in the FBI used the widely-debunked Steele Dossier as justification for spying the Trump campaign officials.
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