Following weeks of brutal debate between Democrat and Republican members of the House Intelligence Committee, the Devin Nunes authored FISA memo has been released to the general public. As has been previously revealed by this publication and others, through the Washington Free Beacon, Hillary Clinton’s Presidential Campaign, and the DNC, Fusion GPS was paid to conduct an investigation in to the Presidential Campaign of Donald Trump, which led to the fabrication of the phony ‘Russian Dossier,’ by British spy Christopher Steele. Through the release of the FISA memo, we have learned that information contained in the dossier was presented as fact by government officials in federal court to obtain FISA warrants on Carter Page, a volunteer advisor to then candidate Trump.
The memo, which among others, names Democrat martyrs Sally Yates and James Comey as signers of multiple requests for the fraudulently obtained FISA warrants, leaves a massive black eye on the FBI’s Russian collusion investigation, solidifying claims of a politically motivated conspiracy to obstruct both the Trump Administration, and the 2016 Election process. In specifically naming the phony dossier, the memo not only confirms what many of us already knew, but ensnares a slew of establishment politicians funded by high level political donor Paul Singer, the New York hedge fund manager behind the Washington Free Beacon.
Upon release of the FISA memo, Shak Hill, a Republican challenging Congresswoman Barbara Comstock for their party’s 2018 nomination in Virginia’s 10th District, took to social media to blast his opponent over her well known ties to Paul Singer. Calling the memo ‘explosive and damaging to every single person who lives in the 10th Congressional District,’ Hill detailed Singer’s ties to the memo, and his history of donations to Comstock.
‘In light of this memo released today, I call on Barbara Comstock to denounce Paul Singer, to return all of his money, and to denounce his publication, the now discredited Washington Free Beacon’ Hill said in a Facebook video. ‘If she should keep this money, knowing now what she knows, it would call into question her very loyalty to President Trump and to the Republican Party, by keeping money from somebody who is a never Trumper, who hates the President, and hates conservative causes.’
When reached by politicselections.com, Congresswoman Comstock and members of her campaign made no comments regarding her close ties to Paul Singer. Since 2009, Singer has donated nearly a quarter of a million dollars to Comstock’s campaigns through his investment firm, Elliott Management Corporation. From 2009-2013, while Comstock served in Virginia’s House of Delegates, she received a total of $80,000 from Singer, and since her first run for Congress in 2014, has received another $140,329. In addition to Singer’s Elliott Management Corporation, Comstock has received a total of $62,200 from Gibson, Dunn, and Crutcher, a law firm that has represented Singer on a number of occasions.