Carter Page Vows to take Lawsuits “Right up to the Supreme Court”
Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page said he plans to sue the U.S. government and take his lawsuits “right up to the Supreme Court” after the DOJ Inspector General’s report uncovered that the FBI made at least 17 “significant errors or omissions” in applications to surveil him during the 2016 election.
Speaking to Fox Business host, Maria Bartiromo yesterday, Page said, “I think there’s a lot more that needs to be done. We’re going to take this right up to the Supreme Court, is our plan right now. There’s a lot more follow-up.”
Inspector General Horowitz’s report concluded that due to the 17 omissions and inaccuracies, relevant information was not shared and considered by FBI “decision makers” and the FISA court “and the FISA applications made it appear as though the evidence supporting probable cause was stronger than was actually the case.”
Page told Bartiromo that the entire FBI spying scandal has cast a “dark cloud” over the American justice system.
“I think it’s a long road to renewal and restoration of our surveillance state and our entire judicial system,” he said. “There’s such a dark cloud. There was once a dark cloud over myself and the Trump campaign and all the people associated with it, including then-candidate Trump. But now there’s this dark cloud over both justice system as well as the U.S. court system.”
“There’s a lot that needs to be done to get to the bottom of it.”
Page also said that more damning information will be coming about about the FBI’s surveillance tactics.
“The things that were in [the IG report] there is just the tip of the iceberg,” he said.
H/T: Epoch Times