A plan to release the memo from Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes detailing treasonous acts against President Trump by the Obama DOJ is now taking form. We will
A method for the production of the Devin Nunes Intelligence Committee memo to the general public by the House of Representatives is being worked out that would set parameters and a timetable, along with White House approval input is in the works.
More than 180 out of 241 GOP members of the House have read the document, but Democrats aren’t interested. It seems they’re already fully aware of the high levels of corruption that were standard operating procedure for DOJ and the FBI under Hussein Obama.
Revelations regarding FISA court abuses, the falsification of evidence, abuses of office and corruption by officials of the DOJ, FBI as well as conspiracy with the Clinton campaign and the Obama regime are believed to be the “tip of the iceberg” contained in the memo. There’s also proof of an attempt to overthrow President Trump by top Democrat officials.
To Democrats, such as bobble-head Rep Adam Schiff (D-CA), those accusations are just talking points and apparently nothing the American people deserve the opportunity to decide for themselves. Making decisions for us is the Democrats’ job, we’re too stupid.
Although Reps Jim Jordan (R-OH), Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Mark Meadows (R-NC) and others have indicated that a simple vote of the Intelligence Committee, followed by approval of the White House is all that would be needed to release the four page document, something that could happen within a day, the plan being discussed could take longer, allowing the Democrats more time to get their stories straight.
But Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes needs to have widespread support among the House membership and the American people so that Democrats can’t claim it’s a personal decision of his based upon some personal motivation. He already spent most of 2017 sitting in the penalty box of a false, Soros-backed, ethics complaint.
The deal being worked out between Nunes, Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte and Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy involves a procedure in which a vote would take place in the intelligence committee as to whether or not to make the document public. If the vote is in the affirmative, the White House would then have five days in which to object to its release.
If President Trump had no objection to Americans being able to see what the Obama government has been up to, it would become public after those five days. If, for some reason, the President did object, the matter would then go to the full House for a vote. They could overrule his decision and release the memo anyway.
One particular benefit of the plan is that it establishes required actions within a specific timeframe, eliminating the potential for things to be stalled, as is so often the case in the DC swamp, by simple failure to take action.
Republicans believe it is not likely that they will need to overrule President Trump, since the offenses revealed in the memo were in large part directed against him and it provides validation of the Democrat witch hunt claims he’s been making for months.
Byron York notes in the Washington Examiner that the process could take as long as three weeks but he does expect the memo to be released. Public demand to have it made available has been extremely high. He notes the comments of one unnamed lawmaker who said, “It’s amazing what the pitchforks and the torches will do.”
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