Republicans Release Video Explaining Everything You Need To Know About The Memo

In a new video which is simple and straightforward, House Republicans explain everything in their FISA memo and what you need to know about it. It makes the Democrats look very bad.

The Washington Free Beacon has details:

House Republicans Release Video Explaining FISA Memo

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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) on Thursday released a video in which Republican lawmakers chided the FBI and Justice Department for using an unverified dossier to help obtain a warrant to spy on former Donald Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes (R., Calif.) appeared along with committee member Trey Gowdy (R., S.C.) and others to explain the GOP-written memo released last Friday, which alleges Justice Department abuses in its surveillance of Page.

In the video, the GOP lawmakers argued that Americans should be protected from being surveilled unjustly. They contended that the FBI used a dossier produced by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele—which contains unverified claims about Trump and his relationship with Russia—to obtain a warrant from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance court, but without revealing to the FISA court that Steele was paid over $160,000 by the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign…

“The Democrats claim Chris Steele was a reliable source, but he wound up being dismissed as a source by the FBI for two different reasons,” Gowdy said. “And in addition to that, Steele’s reliability isn’t really the seminal issue. He didn’t know of the facts firsthand. He repeated what sources in Russia were telling him. So for that matter, a parrot could have been the source.”

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