The Moment When Even a Staunch Liberal Commentator Questions
and finally understands why Patriots have awoken
Published on Jan 29, 2018
Hours after the House Intelligence Committee voted along party lines to release the Nunes memo written by committee chairman Rep. Devin Nunes memo (R-CA) and his staff, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi appeared on CNN to make the case that this was a reckless action. And things got pretty tense between her and anchor Chris Cuomo.
Playing devil’s advocate, Chris Cuomo continued to present the Republicans’ case for making the four-page document public. After Pelosi claimed the Nunes memo was a “total misrepresentation” and that Democrats have said nothing should be put out until reviewed and redacted by the intelligence community, Chris Cuomo provided an explanation from the GOP.
An article from NYMagazine may help better understand the “Nunes” Letter:
“…Nunes’s latest, a congressional campaign to make public a four-page memorandum, written by his own staff, that is said to outline how the federal government abuses its secret surveillance powers. The effort is not aimed at protecting the civil liberties of innocent, everyday Americans — more on that later — but exposing a lawless conspiracy, launched from the deepest recesses of the surveillance state, to undermine the Trump campaign and the future president of the United States. House Republicans who have seen Nunes’s memo don’t agree on how to characterize it, but in broad strokes the document appears to make the case that the Russia probe was tainted from the start because the legal process by which it began was perverted by deception and discredited allegations.”
1) First lie–that Nunes never read?
How could he NOT have read a four-page memo that was written and researched within his own group?
2) Second lie – a four page FISA is way to small. There has a Lot of information and documentation in order for a FISA judge to sign off.
True – but the FOUR page is a memo written within the Intelligence group and has been gathered by Nunes into a summation. The backup information is where much of the redaction is needed. Why would the Democrats counter with a “do not release” on a Congressional FOUR page memo saying it goes against national security unless they fear even the wording of a congressional group should somehow no longer be provided for public review. That in itself goes counter to the very important ability in the constitution given to all citizens to participate in the laws of the country and the decision-making. Information, not political spin, is a powerful tool for those who want to be a part of that process.
3) Third lie – this is not information the American people should have given to them. It is a national security issue.
Well then the national security people involved with top clearance should not have been working against the constitution and the sovereignty of our nation. We Patriots are adult enough to think for ourselves (unlike paid-for informants, marchers, or zombie millennials). We do not take sides against one party or the other — we do value and expect honesty and truth to work hand-in-hand to the betterment of our country. What we do not value is a “he said/she said” attitude without being able to read the facts. It is in OUR interest of national security that every reason and fact be placed where we can read for ourselves the truth and make our own minds up. We are not a particular party–we are the CITIZENS.
Then you know the pillars of the deep state are shaking.