Since hearing about the memo and the vote to make it public, many can’t stop wondering what is taking so long. President Donald Trump has approved the release of a classified memo compiled by House Republicans on the intelligence committee, and now word is, it’ll be released tomorrow.
— John Roberts (@johnrobertsFox) February 1, 2018
This memo is being carefully guarded by Democrats and the intelligence community, making normal and rational human beings even more curious. The document allegedly contains proof that some of the top officials in the Obama-era national security establishment abused their authority to obtain surveillance warrants for members of the Trump 2016 campaign. House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes assembled the memo with fellow Intel committee members and staff based on classified information turned over by the FBI and the DOJ.
According to The Daily Caller, the memo will be released with some technical redactions requested by the FBI, which continues to object to the document’s release. House rules dictate that the legislature can vote to declassify material in the public interest stipulating the president must approve its release within 5 days.
After the president’s approval, the memo will be transferred back to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence who will then publicly release it. Trump reviewed the memo after the committee voted to declassify the memo Monday. Administration officials insisted the memo was undergoing a thorough national security review before any decision on its release.
“As expressed during our initial review, we have grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo’s accuracy,” the bureau said in a rare public statement Wednesday.
Finally! Hopefully, this wasn’t pure and hyped up nonsense and the redactions don’t cause further scrutiny. Because knowing the FBI continues to want to hide certain parts of the memo only makes most want to see the whole thing more, fueling theories.
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