The release of the FISA memo became a terrifying reality for the Deep State in Washington D.C.
It exposes the corrupt politicians and their dishonesty.
And it also shows how far they were willing to go and hide what they didn’t want out.
There has never been more proof of corruption than what Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif was just caught red-handed in, turning on his own party and the President. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the Intelligence Committee’s ranking Democrat, said in an open letter to Nunes that the situation is deeply troubling and the memo should be withdrawn immediately.
According to our source, Freedom Daily, Schiff said that the panel’s Democrats had learned that evening that the memo that was sent to the White House for Justice and national-security officials to review was not the same memo the committee had voted on.
“It is clear that the Republican Majority made material changes to the version it sent to the White House, which Committee members were never apprised of,” Mr. Schiff’s letter said.
One of Nunes’ spokesmen dismissed the concerns, saying that the changes were not substantive and some even requested by the Democrats.
“In its increasingly strange attempt to thwart publication of the memo, the Committee Minority is now complaining about minor edits to the memo, including grammatical fixes and two edits requested by the FBI and by the Minority themselves,” spokesman Jack Langer said.
Schiff accused Nunes of making the changes. His letter concludes that the changes make it “now imperative that the Committee immediately withdraw the document that it sent to the White House” and hold a new vote.
The letter claims that there is no longer a valid basis for the executive branch to review the Nunes memo, which accuses the FBI of misconduct made to hurt President Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
“The fact that the Majority found it necessary to make these changes without informing the Committee during the vote signifies that the Committee Majority no longer stands by the representation it made to House members in its original document,” the letter said.
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