Malkin: Surveillance Abuses Alleged in Memo Could Be 'Tip of the Iceberg'
Michelle Malkin warned that the government surveillance abuses alleged in the controversial FISA memo could be just the "tip of the iceberg."
The memo was declassified by the White House Friday and the full contents released a short time later by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee.
It asserts that a high-ranking law enforcement official stated in closed-door testimony that without the anti-Trump dossier, the FBI would not have been able to secure surveillance warrants on at least one member of the Trump campaign.
It also alleges the FBI and Justice Department, in their application to the FISA court, used media reporting to lend credibility to the dossier, which they failed to disclose was a political opposition document funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
On "Fox & Friends," Malkin said it's troubling that key information was apparently "suppressed" by FBI and DOJ officials because it could have jeopardized their ability to spy on the Trump campaign.
She said these revelations will make Americans ask questions about other potential surveillance abuses.
"How many other FISA warrants and applications were based on other junk science? There's plenty of other Fusion GPS's out there," Malkin said, agreeing with Rep. Devin Nunes' (R-Calif.) assertion that this could be just the "tip of the iceberg."
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