The FBI obtained a secret court order last summer to monitor the Carter Page, communications who was the adviser to presidential candidate Donald Trump, this observation of Page was told as a part of investigation for unveiling possible links between Russia and Trump’s campaign, U.S. officials said.
FISA named warrant was taken by the FBI of US to monitor the Trump administration and his companions during the campaign, it was much controversial regarding the Trump relations with Moscow officials, during his election campaign, and the involvement of Russians in past US elections further complexed this issue.
One of the under observation person for such relations that might seeked help from Russia on the behalf of Trump was the Carter Page, who always denied from any illegal support or act in accordance to support the Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign nor any of the Russian involvements through him.
He said, “This confirms all of my suspicions about unjustified, politically motivated government surveillance,” Carter Page during an interview on Tuesday said. “I have nothing to hide, he said.” Carter Page seemed disappointed over the Judiciary and FBI conspiracy against the civil rights every American has, Page further said that the issued FISA warrant was “unjustified.”
“There have been various reports about FISA documents and FBI surveillance of him,” Carter Page said. “But I was so happy to hear that further confirmation is now being revealed. It shows how low the Clinton/Obama regime went to destroy our democracy and suppress dissidents who did not fully support their failed foreign policy. It will be interesting to see what comes out when the unjustified basis for those FISA requests are more fully disclosed over time, including potentially the Dodgy Dossier — a document that clearly is false evidence, which could represent yet another potential crime.”
James Comey explained the reason of investigation as he said, “nature of any links between individuals associated with the Trump campaign and the Russian government and whether there was any coordination between the campaign and Russia’s efforts.”