While on "Fox News Sunday," Trey Gowdy discussed some of the new findings from the FBI's FISA warrant application, which was used to spy on one of Trump's associate Carter Page, among other things. Every suspicion conservatives had has more or less been confirmed with this FISA application.

It doesn't take long to figure out that the FISA application relied heavily on information that was obtained from British spy Christopher Steele and his infamous anti-Trump dossier. Throughout the application, Steele is referred to as "Source 1."

To sum things up, the FBI used a foreign spy meddling in our collection to justify spying on Carter Page.

Even worse is that the FBI was influenced by a partisan research company that was Clinton-funded. That company was Fusion GPS who was funding Steele's dossier, who not only received funding from the Clinton campaign, but also DNC and "Organizing for America" which happened to belong to Obama.

What do all of these facts mean? That there was clearly not any collusion. Trey Gowdy made sure to point this out on Fox. Why would every single slip-up Trump made get leaked, but not the proof of Russian collusion.

“I have not seen one scintilla of evidence that this president colluded, conspired, collaborated, with Russia. And neither has anyone else, or you can rest assured, Adam Schiff would have leaked it,” Gowdy explained. “That is why they have moved on from collusion on to obstruction of justice, which is now their current preoccupation.”

Watch - Trey Gowdy on no Russian collusion

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