Political consultant Roger Stone tells Milo Yiannopoulos that the FISA memo contains evidence of the largest political scandal in American history. The FISA memo has been circulating in the US House, but so far, has not been released to the public. Stone credits several members of the House for their courage and due diligence in pushing for the discoveries outlined in the memo, including Jim Jordan of Ohio, Trey Gowdy of South Carolina, and Ron DeSantis and Matt Gaetz, both from Florida.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) uncovered the fact that the Obama administration was unmasking Americans in its intelligence gathering on matters unrelated to Russia. For his efforts on blowing the whistle on the truth, the House Ethics Committee issued him a complaint, charging that he “may have made unauthorized disclosures of classified information, in violation of House Rules, regulations, or other standards of conduct.” Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch reports.
Wikileaks, in a tweet Thursday night, offered to match up to a one million dollar reward for anyone with access to the FISA abuse memo to leak it to them. Yesterday, members of House Intelligence Committee who went inside the SCIF inside the Capitol building – the place where Top Secret materials can be viewed – were horrified at the contents of the FISA abuse memo. They immediately called for the memo to be declassified. Bill Still reports.
If you want to understand the back story on what the memo probably reveals, watch this TowerGate report. It’s probably the most clear and concise report that outlines the likely content of the four-page FISA memo.
Finally, Styxhexenhammer666 reports on the latest big lie from the mainstream media. Now, they are saying that Russia is behind the “release the memo” campaign. Perhaps they support it, but it’s a gross exaggeration to imply they are driving the narrative, when it’s actually House Republicans tired of the Democrats’ illegal games. Really, though, it shouldn’t surprise anyone to see the mainstream media making up baloney to support the Democrats. Two losing groups, both with diminishing credibility among the American public.