"Five of the eight calls were initiated by Ambassador Kislyak: Mike Flynn only called Kislyak three times and two of those were in response to calls from Kislyak, who requested a call back or left a message."
"Before Jim Comey signed off on the first FISA application to spy on U.S. citizen Carter Page, he was fully informed that the major source for the justification to spy was being provided by Christopher Steele, a retired British intelligence officer who was hired and paid by the Clinton campaign..."
"Already, the FAA has contacted test sites, drone companies and companies that have received authorization to operate drones in the affected areas. But the agency has not been able to determine who is flying the aircraft, spokesman Ian Gregor said in a statement Monday."
Federal agents and police officers are now authorized to conduct covert black bag “sneak-and-peak” searches of homes and offices while you are away and confiscate your personal property without first notifying you of their intent or their presence.
Since Inspector General Horowitz has no purview or authority to investigate the CIA, he will (and has) punt that issue to Prosecutor John Durham. Therefore, a conclusion that the FBI was not dispatching known FBI confidential human sources to spy on the Tump campaign is not proof that no spying occurred.