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Gohmert on FISA Abuse: ‘Somebody’s Got to Go to Jail or Our System Is Over’


Judge Jeanine: Welcome back to justice. My next guest says it’s clear the FBI and the doj covers for Clinton. Joining me, congress — louie Gohmert. John Kelly’s only problem was he trusted the FBI. So when the FBI says somebody is cleared and somebody else couples and says he had a problem, well, he’s thinking I trust the FBI, they got to the bottom. Now he knows you can’t trust the FBI. Once he knew for sure there was a serious problem he was gone like that. John Kelly is a good man. On behalf of the president. The president sees what’s happening. People think an allegation is the same thing as due process and it isn’t. They used it to undermine this administration. But to answer your question — judge Jeanine: I want to put up the president’s tweet. He tweet dad, people’s lives are being shattered and destroyed by a mere allegation. Some are true, some are false, some are old, some are new. There is no recovery for someone falsely accused. Life and career are gone. Is there no up thing any longer as due process? Is that what you are referencing?

>> That’s exactly what I’m referencing. You and I believe in due process. We would never send somebody to jail without due process, but one thing — and this is a good segue, I think — when a lawyer provides something to the court that is not true, and especially to a FISA secret court where there is nobody there for the other side. — I know you know. I found out as a felony judge. When I put one lawyer in jail for contempt, people get the message. You don’t come in and misrepresent. You do what is appropriate in court. I’m shocked, really shocked, that no FISA judge put anybody in jail yet. Yet we have found total disregard for pro bright before the — pore propriety before the FISA court. And somebody should have been in jail over the improprieties submitted in court. I signed a letter to our chairman. He has a heart to get to the bottom of what happened in the FISA court. I talked to chairman Goodlatte about it. He’ll get to the bottom of what was said and what was done. There is a chance, there may not be some transcripts. In which case you go by the four corners of the documents that were there. And we know people should go to jail. Judge Jeanine: You say there may not be a transcript?

>> We don’t know for sure that there is or not. But there should be. When you have a court of record and usual handling felony business, you need to have that on the record. I will bet you did like you did. If you had a conference with the lawyers, you would bring the court reporter into your office and there should be a transcript. Judge Jeanine: The DEMs asserted sources and method in their memo believing it would put the Intel source and personnel at risk. Why would they do that?

>> They said that would happen with the Republican memo that was released and we saw that was totally false representations they made. When they put sources and methods and they are not four, but 10 pages. It was totally a political act. It was disingenuous and it would have put lives at risk. No question. Judge Jeanine: Is anyone going to go to jail for any of this?

>> Somebody has to go to jail or our system is over. The rule of law doesn’t mean anything anymore.

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance journalist focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been writing conservatively charged articles for several years in the upstate New York area, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, American Thinker,, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record. He is also Editor of one of the top conservative blogs of 2012, the Mental Recession.

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