Rep. Meadows says the docs to be declassified “will curl your hair”


Rep. Mark Meadows has knowledge of some of the Spygate information that has been declassified by the President, and according to him, it “will curl your hair.”

“There is information coming that will curl your hair,” Meadows said. “I can tell you the reason why this is so visceral, the response from the Democrats is so visceral right now is because they know, they’ve seen documents. Adam Schiff has seen documents that he knows will actually put the finger pointing back at him and his Democrat colleagues, not the president of the United States.”

Yesterday, Rep. Meadows said on Twitter, The hypocrisy from Democrats is almost overwhelming. They subpoena new useless information daily, yet now fight tooth and nail to hide the truth from Americans on FISA activity. It’s obvious they solely want to target Trump. Their desire for “transparency” is nakedly partisan.


According to reporter Paul Sperry, the first batch of declassified documents will include FBI recorded conversations exculpating George Papadopoulos and Carter Page before the FBI applied for the FISA warrant to spy.

Papadopoulos has said that spy Stefan Halper and Aussie diplomat Andrew Downer, a big Hillary fan, both tried to or did record him with their cell phones, but those recordings were kept secret.


Among the documents to be declassified are some that allegedly concern Samantha Powers.

She testified last fall behind closed doors to the House Intelligence Committee as part of its Russia probe.

One of the big unanswered questions will be why, during her final year as chief U.S. envoy to the U.N., did she make hundreds of requests to unmask the intelligence intercepts of American citizens.

Those identities are closely guarded under the Fourth Amendment, and one of the lawmakers’ chief concerns, according to Jason Chaffetz, former chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform “is the overall perceived ramp-up in the number of unmasking requests” during a sensitive election year.

Why as U.N. AMBASSADOR was she unmasking Americans? She denied doing it but it was done in her name.

Powers Had Malevolent Motives According to One Reporter

According to OANN reporter Jack Posobiec, who could be wrong, Powers targeted any call made about Israeli settlements for unmasking. When General Flynn made calls in support of Israel that she didn’t like, she told Sally Yates who opened the Logan Act probe. The DNI Dan Coats has reviewed the unmasking documents.

He claims further that she was a one-woman crusade for Palestinians against Israel.

It was Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn who allegedly intervened in an attempt to stop the U.N. from voting to condemn Israel for its construction of settlements.


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Alabaster McGillicuddy
Alabaster McGillicuddy
3 years ago

The president authorized the AG to release ALL documents he saw fit to release. Now the problem is to get it done. ALL agencies are filled with DEEP STATERS how to insure things get released.

Whitey Boy
Whitey Boy
3 years ago

One of life’s biggest disappointments was having to watch the bad guys win over and over. Maybe I’ll finally see the wicked DNC and evil MSM go down before I die.

3 years ago
Reply to  Whitey Boy

Me also! (I started to say “me too”, but remembered in time – not to.)

Richard Anderson
Richard Anderson
3 years ago

Besides numerous bad actors behind the scenes, and others overtly engaged in throwing mud at the President, there is the spectacle of what appears to be secular Jews against religious or observant Jews in all of this. This isn’t a game, yet it is for all the marbles.

jaa dee
3 years ago