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Time to Spring the Trap and #ReleaseTheDocuments Behind FISA Abuse Memo
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http://allnewspipeline.com/An_American_D...ceberg.php

House Intelligence Committee Chairman David Nunes says that getting the much-talked about FISA abuse memo releasedwas only phase one and the committee is in the middle of phase two right now, which is investigations into corruption within other agencies in regards to the information revealed about how top level Obama anti-Trump officials used the unverified, Kremlin sourced Steele dossier, which was funded by the DNC and the Hillary Clinton campaign, to obtain a FISA warrant to surveil Trump campaign team members.

THE MEMO WAS THE TRAP

In short, the memo revealed what many in the Independent Media have long maintained: The unverified Steele dossier was used to obtained FISA approval to suveil the Trump campaign, without informing the court who funded it, where it came from, or that the information they were using was unverified; Former FBI Director James Comey signed three of the FISA applications; Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe signed one of the FISA applications; Former DAG's Sally Yates and Dana Boente, and DAG Rod Rosenstein each signed off on one or more of the FISA applications on behalf of the DOJ.

According to former judge and Republican congressman Louie Gohmert, "A FISA court judge has grounds to hold Department of Justice officials including Bruce Ohr in contempt of court for making misrepresentations about the sources of information used to obtain a surveillance warrant against a Trump associate."

When FNC's Bret Baier asked Nunes about the personal fallout, the accusations leveled against him in response to the release of the memo, which highlighted a conspiracy that implicates top officials, and former officials, of the FBI and the DOJ, Nunes' response is telling, a shot across the bow if you will.

Nunes' stated "Yes, it's actually quite enjoyable because -- because we have the underlying facts. We have been investigating this for a really long time. So, you know that you’re over the target when you’re being attacked from all sides."

TIME TO SPRING THE TRAP - #RELEASETHEDOCUMENTS


Before the memo was released (read embedded memo here), Democratic politicians tried to prevent the release to the full House of Representatives, then they attempt to prevent the release to Americans, while claiming the document, which was compiled by Nunes' and Republican staff, was "misleading," and "distorted," and now after the release of the memo which they fought tooth and nail to stop, they claim it was a "dud." 

Question: If they thought the document was a dud, why did they fight so hard against the release?

Nunes' and House Republicans understood from the onset that the memo was just the "trap."  1. Allow Democrats, the media, the FBI and DOJ, to show the public how desperate they were to prevent the memo from being released. 2. Release the memo. 3. Then allow the same corruption apologists a little time to attempt to delegitimize the document as a political tool for Republicans. 4. Then spring the trap by releasing the underlying documents which prove each point of the memo.

The level of pushback against the release from the FBI and DOJ, made it very clear they understood the damage this information going public would do to not only the reputation of these agencies as a whole, but to top level Obama officials that were all part of the conspiracy to 1) Prevent Donald Trump from being elected, and; 2) Manufacture a "Russian collusion" narrative in an attempt to overthrow a sitting president.

Nunes' mention of "the underlying facts" was deliberate, because once Dems and the media fell into the original trap by claiming the "talking points" don't represent the classified documentation, the next logical move is to prove the "underlying facts" do in fact confirm the information contained within the memo.

This is evidenced by the initial letter signed by 65 House Republicans, back on January 19, 2018, which not only demanded the memo be released to the public, but also calling for the "relevant ancillary information," meaning the documented evidence that supports the assertions contained within the memo.
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#2
Bullshit-o-meter red lining. This is tinfoil hat country right here, folks.

https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/all-news-pipeline/
Go away.
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Release the Democratic memo.
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Oddly, well not really oddly but to be expected, the entire Dem party has adopted Clintonian tactics. Lie, delay, deflect, obfuscate etc etc. Same ol' same ol' ----only now piled higher than a IHOP plate of Belgian waffles.
“God Hillary should win 100,000,000 – 0,” -Peter Strzok
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(02-12-2018, 10:24 AM)Agent99 Wrote: Oddly, well not really oddly but to be expected, the entire Dem party has adopted Clintonian tactics. Lie, delay, deflect, obfuscate etc etc. Same ol' same ol' ----only now piled higher than a IHOP plate of Belgian waffles.

Their entire agenda is hate driven.  They think they're above the law.  Kinda' like the way this here forum is moderated.  The law only applies to others who do not buy into the M00n-BAT dogma.
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Dems are so in disarray, their DACA/budget BS they've pulling time after time will sink them. The corrupt Trump-despising media is trying desperately to spin an entirely different  narrative. And the unhinged left is soaking it all up like a sponge.
“God Hillary should win 100,000,000 – 0,” -Peter Strzok
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yah, this is the meme of the week. Until the Democratic memo is released, under whatever conditions. The Russians have played their hand and now the US is a turnkey autocratic forming country. We do it to each other - as evidenced by the wingnuttery behind this thread. This country is not paying attention to how our election process has been compromised - even the bots are posting #release the memo.  We're at war with ourselves and there is no way out of this cellophane wrapping. Well played, Putin.
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Lu Progladytes, please stay on topic.
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(02-12-2018, 03:25 PM)susnus Wrote: yah, this is the meme of the week. Until the Democratic memo is released, under whatever conditions. The Russians have played their hand and now the US is a turnkey autocratic forming country. We do it to each other - as evidenced by the wingnuttery behind this thread. This country is not paying attention to how our election process has been compromised - even the bots are posting #release the memo.  We're at war with ourselves and there is no way out of this cellophane wrapping. Well played, Putin.

Pretty much. There's very little that would be learned by the FISA warrant. Nothing that would help Team Trumpanzee. Maybe some bits that would help Russia. We already know they used Steele info for the original warrant. That doesn't mean they used bad info. Just because you don't like the person funding the source doesn't mean that your source is telling you lies. 

Remember y'all. This was a warrant to wiretap an EX campaign volunteer less than a month before the election. It wasn't gonna decide anything about voting. This was about whether or not Page was compromised. If the Trumpanzees want to make it a bigger deal, it just makes them look like they've got more things they're trying to distract us from seeing.
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It's a very good idea to release the documents - I've said all along that we can't evaluate the truth of the memo without access to those. But they seem to have some highly classified stuff in there, and they'd have to be heavily redacted, so it might not be all that useful after all.

And, Nunes has already admitted that he mischaracterized the FBI as not revealing the political backing of the source, which they in fact did reveal:

http://theweek.com/speedreads/753491/dev...tral-claim

Now he's arguing about font size.
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