Rep Matt Gaetz on FISA Corruption Memo: “Very Foundations of Our Democracy” At Risk…

Washington, D.C. — Congressman Matt Gaetz (FL-01) today released the following statement after reviewing information from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, including a memo held in the Congressional Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) that contained previously-undisclosed information involving the Federal Bureau of Intelligence (FBI) and Department of Justice (DOJ).

“The House must immediately make public the memo prepared by the Intelligence Committee regarding the FBI and the Department of Justice. The facts contained in this memo are jaw-dropping and demand full transparency. There is no higher priority than the release of this information to preserve our democracy,” Rep. Gaetz said. (more)

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1,136 Responses to Rep Matt Gaetz on FISA Corruption Memo: “Very Foundations of Our Democracy” At Risk…

  1. freq says:

    Everyone PLEASE… right now – more than any other time…
    Pray for the continued safety of President Donald J. Trump…

    MAGA!…

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  2. covfefe999 says:

    #LeakTheMemo 🙂

    Liked by 5 people

  3. covfefe999 says:

    Hahah! I just google’d “Hillary Clinton”. Two of the three news results, from Newsweek and Washington Times, are articles about how Hillary could still become President, blah blah blah. And the third, from Salon, says “Newsweek rehashes bogus scenario in which Hillary Clinton could still win the 2016 election” 🙂

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    • paulraven1 says:

      All that matters at this point is when Trump calls for releasing the memo. That is, in order to fix the system we need to know all that went wrong with it.

      None of these other moral midgets are going to do anything.

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  4. covfefe999 says:

    We need to call Paul Ryan and demand that he release the memo.

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    • Lunagirl says:

      It looks like maybe the House Intelligence Agency can vote to release the memo. That would be good because Republicans have a clear majority there and that’s all they need. I am a bit confused on this point but think that maybe it’s an either/or situation. The below is from an article in the Washington Examiner:
      * * *
      Jordan explained on Fox News the process for releasing the memo.
      “Here is the process: Chairman [Devin] Nunes in the Intelligence Committee in the House he can he bring the committee back together. They can have a vote. If the majority of the committee votes to release these documents, the executive branch gets a certain amount of time to review them. If the executive branch gives the thumbs up they go public,” he told Fox News’ Sean Hannity. “This could happen real quick. Chairman Nunes is committed to getting this information to the public.” Meadows asked House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., to authorize a vote on releasing the memo, and Ryan chose to defer to Nunes to decide, Politico reported Thursday.
      * * *
      If either/or can release, Ryan should still be coerced to authorize a vote in the House, have all Democrats vote against (and they will), and then get the memo released through the House Intelligence Committee. Come November they can then say “This is the guy/gal that tried to hide the truth from you.” Easy Peasy.

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  5. GP says:

    These developments are incredible,….nothing short of a coup attempt !!……and the people who knew the truth….just sitting back and hoping for others to go down in flames….is beyond comprehension and should factor the justice served upon them !!

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  6. MaineCoon says:

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    • Realist says:

      “There are 60M+ Americans about to be red pilled. Like the Matrix, their entire reality is about to come crashing down. Nothing they think they know to be true is. It’s all been a lie.”

      I still have hope that what that statement asserts is true, yet Big Media has proven itself as craven, deceptive and duplicitous as any Soviet era apparatchik. I guarantee that the journOLista will coalesce around one or more fabricated (supposedly) exculpatory myths, quite probably without the slightest shred of actual evidence. It will all be smoke and mirrors, designed to give those already deceived (That 60+ million) their latest dose of synthetic reality and attempting to turn the guilt of the fellow traveler libcult criminals into acts of heroic “bravery”.

      I guess the real question is, can the Deceived be brought back to Reality or are they too fanatical and heavily inculcated to ever accept the truth and not just scripted cult lies?

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  7. Deplorable Canuck says:

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  8. MaineCoon says:

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    • Lunagirl says:

      I have to believe that the memo is the tip of the spear. The Awan Brothers thing remains a total mystery. Were they spying on other Democratic Congress members for Hillary/blackmail info, or selling info to foreigners, or both? DWS has to be scared sheetless. And how does the AWAN server, where all this ill-gotten information was transferred to and stored, which was seized by the Capitol Police, get “stolen” from the evidence room? While DWS’s brother was in charge? Now there are inklings that the Vegas shooter wasn’t working alone and may have been working with terrorists? But mums the word. Why?

      You can’t make this stuff up – it is so breathtaking. There are so many scandals and so much corruption, not only would the book be not credible as fiction, it would be 10,000 pages long.

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  9. MontanaMel says:

    Don’t wait!
    Call your Congress critter in the AM!
    Let them know you want this info released at once!
    Call them every day – e-mail them every day – nail them at any public town hall with this demand.
    AND..then, do it all again! Call you local paper and news radio/TV…
    Demand that they carry this story…and, let them know you are watching them!
    Contact your “local or state” pol’s too – make them aware – make them declare a position.
    Check-6

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  10. freq says:

    “a “shocking” classified memo allegedly detailing abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) by senior Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigations officials”…

    perhaps a tissue? sedition prone clowns?…

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  11. Kent says:

    Not that I’m informed about all things political…….but….Matt Gaetz has never failed to impress me with his intelligence and sharp observations….he’s a real sharp guy…doesn’t even have to work at it….I would be proud to bestow the title of ‘Honorary Texan ‘ upon him….or whatever….thanks,Matt…..

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  12. William Martin says:

    This Intelligence Committee Memo may be a shot heard around the world.
    Likely McStained pants was colluding with Russians and North Vietnamese.
    What dirt was dug up on the commie B.S. Sanders and all the GOP primary candidates?
    Gotta be pretty UGLY..
    We saw military type vehicles in town today, are the police preparing?

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  13. freq says:

    “DeepState-O-Gate”… embrace it…

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  14. Angry Dumbo says:

    What is most frightening is that our media will drop this story faster than the dropped the attempted assassination of Rep. Steve Scalice this Summer. If they cover it at all.

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  15. Luke of the D says:

    Ok so, question for my informed Treeper friend’s out there: I understand the “our perspective” reason for the Democrats opposition to the release of this information (by all accounts it truly is damning), but what is THEIR reason? How can they possibly justify hiding it from the American people? If they were innocent, shouldn’t they also be out there clamoring for its release?

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  16. David Hill says:

    Arrgh! Even Republicans aren’t wise enough to understand the U.S. is a republic NOT a democracy and, I’ll proffer, that by continuing to call the U.S. a democracy uninformed voters will continue to vote Democratic assuming Republicans represent something other than our country’s political system.

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  17. SErhardt says:

    The “very foundations of our democracy” are only at risk if you choose to hide the illegal activities in the name of “saving the country”.

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    • litenmaus says:

      “very foundations of our democracy” – here’s a thought…..

      The FBI had no need to file a (702) FISA request, the FBI didn’t need to rely on the Department of Defense’s National Security Administration Agency to mine their data banks.

      In 2012 Eric Holder “granted the NCTC the authority to collect, store, and analyze extensive data collections on U.S. citizens compiled from governmental and non-governmental sources for suspicious behavior through pattern analysis and to share the databases with foreign states. the NCTC can store dossiers on U.S. citizens, even if those citizens are not suspected of any criminal activity.” – Wikipedia – NCTC

      *The NCTC is under direction of the FBI”

      August 2, 2012 – ACLU

      “Before the new NCTC guidelines went into effect in March, 2012, the agency was only allowed to collect information on Americans who were terror suspects or subjects of an investigation. The NCTC was required to identify and discard data collected about any other citizens within 180 days. Under the new guidelines, not only can the NCTC collect information on ordinary Americans from any government database and store that information for up to five years, but it can use that information in its analysis and also share it very broadly, whether or not the information is related to terrorism. Almost no external oversight exists to prevent error or abuse.”

      December 17,2012
      Letter sent from Trey Gowdy and Jason Chaffetz

      “Today, Congressmen Jason Chaffetz (UT-03) and Trey Gowdy (SC-04) sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder expressing concerns over the rules change governing the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC). Under the new powers, the NCTC can store dossiers on U.S. citizens, even if those citizens are not suspected of any criminal activity. Reps. Chaffetz and Gowdy are alarmed these alterations were made to current policy without public input, notification, or approval”.

      https://gowdy.house.gov/media-center/press-releases/chaffetz-gowdy-alarmed-over-doj-rule-changes-nctc

      What was it President Trump tweeted?….this (702) FISA act is not the one that was used…..?

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