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STUNNING ADMISSION: James Clapper Admits Steele Dossier Was Used For FISA Surveillance “Extension” (VIDEO)

In a stunning admission to CNN‘s Jake Tapper Wednesday, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper admitted the Steele dossier was used for an extension of FISA surveillance. “As I understand it, this was simply an extension of the original FISA request. Meaning that, or implying, that apparently, there was information that was considered valuable […] The post STUNNING ADMISSION: James Clapper Admits Steele Dossier Was Used For FISA Surveillance “Extension” (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
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