House Intelligence Committee votes to release ‘explosive’ FISA memo


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The New York Postreports that today, Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee voted to release the controversial FISA memo that has been described as so “shocking” and “explosive,” not only will officials in the U.S. intelligence “community” be fired, people will even go to jail.

News of the FISA memo spawned a social media campaign with the hashtag #ReleaseTheMemo.

Reportedly, the FISA memo says the Obama Administration’s FBI and Justice Department, using the bogus claim of Russian collusion, misused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) to gain the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court’s approval to conduct surveillance on then-candidate Donald Trump and his team.

The 99-page document, United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Memorandum Opinion and Order, that is said to be the background source of the FISA memo also details how the Obama Administration’s National Security Agency (NSA) conducted illegal surveillance and doxxing of American citizens.

The vote…

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One thought on “House Intelligence Committee votes to release ‘explosive’ FISA memo”

  1. NOT SHOCKING TO ME, WE ARE LIVING IN THE END TIMES, AND FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION WICKEDNESS AND EVIL HAS EVER BEEN INCREASING. AS FAR AS THE CHARACTERS AND PLACES IN THE MEMO, THEY CAN ALL BLOW EACH OTHER UP. THEY ALL DESERVE EACH OTHER. THE EVENTS, ACTIONS, CHARACTERS, AND MEMO SHOULD NOT EVEN BE IN EXISTENCE, IF THEY ALL WOULD FOLLOW THE TEN COMMANDMENTS.

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