Republicans want release of secret Russia probe surveillance memo


Strzok, a counterintelligence agent, was in charge of the Clinton email investigation and is said to be responsible for edits in a statement written by former FBI Director James Comey.

Rep. K. Michael Conaway, R-Texas, who heads the Intelligence Committee's probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, described the memo as a list of "problems we have discovered with FISA", which is short for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, the law governing the collection of foreign intelligence on USA soil.

Senior government officials who chose to remain anonymous told Carter that the contents of the memo could also spell an end to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into claims that Russian Federation colluded with the Trump campaign to influence the 2016 presidential election. Paul tweeted last May. It seems that only the Republican party are the only ones making demands for this memo to be released in order to strengthen the Trump administration but Democrats are saying it is not true.

In December, Rep. Gaetz questioned Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in the House Judiciary Committee hearing about the clear examples of bias and conflicts of interest at the Department of Justice (DOJ), and within Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators. "Unfortunately, I cannot talk about the specific facts contained within this memo..."

But some conservative House Republicans want it released to the public too, including Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., who said its release is necessary to "preserve our democracy", and Rep. It is a massive abuse of power, and it was all done by just a few people who think and thought they knew better than you about who should be the president of the United States.

In his opening monologue Thursday night, Sean Hannity called for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to end his "witch hunt" following new revelations about USA government FISA surveillance abuses.

"I think it's something that is really significant".

Lee Zeldin (R-NY), and House Freedom Caucus chair Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC).

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'It is so alarming the American people have to see this, ' Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan said.

"What I saw is absolutely shocking", Meadows tweeted late Thursday night.

However, a report from the New York Times and testimony from the founder of Fusion GPS, which commissioned the document, have said that American intelligence was already investigating meddling before they knew of its existence.

Rep. DeSantis is spearheading a move to get the Top Secret FISA document declassified and available to the public.

If the Representative learned of the memo before the vote on S. 139, why did he not publicly push for its release to all House members prior to the vote on S. 139? "If approved, it could be released as long as there are no objections from the White House within five days". In the event of an objection, a debate would then take place in the House. "Let's release the documents".

"This is far worse than Watergate", the "Hannity" host argued. The sickening reality has set in. "Once the public sees it, we can hold the people involved accountable in a number of ways".

Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee have authorized their colleagues to access a highly classified report that they say details their concerns with the conduct of top Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department officials, as well as the agencies' handling of a controversial surveillance program.