We at Freedom Daily have just received information from an anonymous source showing what appears to be the first page of the now famous FISA memo written by Republican staffers on the House Intelligence Committee under the direction of its Chairman, Congressman Devin Nunes from California.
Although we can’t confirm it’s authenticity or where it even came from we will let you, the reader, be the judge.
What a mess! If this memo we received is indeed authentic it will raise serious questions as to the death of Seth Rich. The moment a political party which was running a candidate who does, in fact, have a questionable past when it concerns people who have gone against her “Clinton Machine” states that “Seth Rich will be made an example of” all bets are off. And it could all now lead to criminal investigations and the possible jailing of Hillary Clinton herself for the death of this heroic staffer who had the guts to do what was right and expose the corruption within the Democrat Party.
The Justice Department is urging the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, whose staff has compiled a secret memorandum purporting to show “shocking” political bias within the FBI, to give the department a chance to see the memo and warning that first sharing information from the memo with reporters would be “unprecedented” and dangerous.
Furthermore, the department said certain allegations of impropriety are completely unfounded.
“We believe it would be extraordinarily reckless for the Committee to disclose such information publicly without giving the Department and the FBI the opportunity to review the memorandum and to advise the [committee] of the risk of harm to national security and to ongoing investigations that could come from the public release,” a top Justice Department official wrote in a letter today to Rep. Devin Nunes, R-California. “Indeed, we do not understand why the Committee would possibly seek to disclose classified and law enforcement sensitive information without first consulting with the relevant members of the Intelligence Community.”
Last week, Nunes disclosed that his staff had drafted the memo, which was deemed classified but shared with other House members. It’s not clear what the memorandum states or what information is contained within it, but the Justice Department letterssuggests the Nunes memorandum ties alleged government surveillance of Trump associates to information first provided by the author of the infamous “dossier” alleging collusion between Trump aides and Russian operatives.
Republicans have complained that the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court — or FISA court — approved such surveillance based on “fake” information and a “dossier that was all dressed up” by author Chris Steele, as Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, put it during a House hearing in December.
“Recent news reports indicate a classified memorandum prepared by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence staff alleges abuses at the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the FISA process.”
In the letter sent to Nunes today, Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd noted recent media reports allege “abuses at the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the FISA process.”
“Though we are currently unaware of any wrongdoing related to the FISA process, we agree that any abuse of that system cannot be tolerated,” Boyd wrote.
Within weeks of the FBI launching its investigation in 2016, agents obtained approval from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to monitor the communications of Trump adviser Carter Page, who was already on the FBI’s radar after being targeted for recruitment as an intelligence source by Russian spies in a previous case, according to sources with knowledge of the matter.
The announcement of the Nunes memorandum has been followed by an online effort to reveal the memo publicly, pushed around the world with the hashtag #ReleaseTheMemo, according to multiple data analysis firms.
The lead Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-California, called the memorandum a “profoundly misleading set of talking points drafted by Republican staff attacking the FBI and its handling of the investigation.”
It “may help carry White House water, but it is a deep disservice to our law enforcement professionals,” Schiff said.
The top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-New York, said he has reviewed the classified source material Nunes’ staff used to craft the memorandum, and “those materials tell a very different story than the conspiracy theory concocted by Chairman Nunes and being repeated in the press.”
Nadler called on Nunes to make his memorandum available to the Justice Department.
Of course, the Democrat Party run DOJ and FBI are concerned because if this memo we received is indeed authentic it has to be one of the most terrifying documents in our government’s history. At least that we know of.
To see a political party, and a candidate, use a ruthless gang like MS-13 to “off” a staffer after clearly stating “He will be made an example of.” And to know he showed up dead just a few weeks later in a “robbery” where not even his cell phone was taken is enough to sound the alarm for even the most staunch Clinton, Obama and DNC supporter.
This is America, in this country our leaders aren’t supposed to target our own citizens with 3rd world gangs.