You aren’t seeing double. Yes, a counter-counter memo. Hey, I got a great idea. Instead of all of this political spin and games how about we just release all the documents, testimony, and information and let the American people make up their own mind.
GOP on the House Intelligence Committee may release a memo rebuking the Democrats’ memo countering the original FISA abuse memo. It’s a memo-off, folks.
“My guess is that after the Democratic rebuttal is released, and I’m confident it will be, you’ll probably see a Republican rebuttal to the rebuttal,” Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) told CNN Tuesday morning.
GOP Rep. Chris Collins says the President should "absolutely" declassify the Democratic rebuttal to the Nunes memo, but predicts there may be a Republican rebuttal to that rebuttal https://t.co/lbgkmsuKO2
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) February 6, 2018
On Monday evening, Schiff announced the Committee voted unanimously to release their 10-page “counter-memo.”
The California lawmaker believes the counter-memo will correct the Nunes memo’s “distortions and inaccuracies.”
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) February 5, 2018
Democrat lawmakers have fought tooth and nail to paint the memo as a hyper-partisan piece of propaganda aimed at disproving the ‘Trump-Russia’ collusion probe. Nobody worked harder to keep the memo classified than Schiff.
And we all know Schiff is the king of leakers.
Schiff’s stance on the memo has been nothing short of “Schiffty,” having first marked the memo nothing more than GOP propaganda, then asserting that the document shouldn’t be made public because Americans wouldn’t understand it, to announcing House Intelligence Democrats would be releasing a “counter-memo.”
The Democrat version of the memo will now head to Trump’s desk for approval.
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