Trey Gowdy Suggests FISA Abuse Memo Focuses on Hillary’s Role


Trey Gowdy’s interview on Fox News Sunday today focused on questions that will be answered by the FISA Abuse Memo. He suggested it will expose Hillary Clinton’s and the DNC’s role in the dossier affair.

He described the memo to host Chris Wallace as a “distilling, the reducing of thousands of pages of documents provided to us by the department and the bureau”. All the information in the memo comes from the DoJ and they know what is in it.

As he spoke, he suggested what is in it with a series of questions we can expect to be answered in the Memo. It sounds like our suspicions of governmental abuse to support Hillary’s candidacy and hurt Trump are true.

If you think your viewers want to know whether or not the dossier was used in court proceedings,

whether or not it was vetted before it was used,

whether or not it’s ever been vetted.

If you are interested in who paid for the dossier.

If you’re interested in Christopher Steele’s relationship with Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee, then, yes, you’ll want the memo to come out.

More than 200 Republicans found these answers in the memo “deeply troubling” and “shocking”.

Say the worst case scenario is true, it would undoubtedly be a political scandal without precedent in U.S. history.

In his last question to be answered, Gowdy notes that we will find out about Steele’s ties to Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee.

We have been told through leaks that Steele wrote over 100 reports for the State Department while Hillary was secretary of state.

My congressman Lee Zeldin is low-key and never hypes anything, but he tweeted this:

The memo, Gowdy assured Chris Wallace is “not a hit piece on the department and the FBI.”

Gowdy also talked about Adam Schiff not wanting it released. Rep. Gowdy said Schiff is “consistently wrong.”

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5 years ago

This is just another smokescreen from Gowdy, who advocates delays in releasing the memo, and has full support for Mueller. We already know that the memo refers to Rosenstein, McCabe & Comey. Gowdy not citing the people in the DOJ is another diversion.

5 years ago


5 years ago

Everything Gowdy asked if we want to know we already know from news reports and pretty much admitted. Every Member that has spoken about the Memo itself states “corruption” within FBI, Justice and Intelligence. We know for absolute certainty about some parts of the corruption because the FISA court has already declassified such corruption in the 99 page document. We just don’t know the names or entities.

This is the typical method Gowdy uses to diminish or subvert further information. Many believe it is that FISA court document that will be exposed without any redactions.

I am firmly convinced all the talk about “sources and methods and means” is a red herring. How many cases were withdrawn rather than admit the use of “Stingray” technology. They were faced with improper and illegal activity by the courts. They didn’t want a ruling by the court to desist those operations. The NSA weren’t allowed to collect all the data and Clapper stated that it wasn’t being done, only to be revealed by Snowden. We are finding too many cases that “sources and methods” may very well be continuing illegal activity they want kept “secret”. What is the necessity of the NSA / NRO in its millions of square foot complex in Utah. We have the giant NSA skyscraper in the heart of NY, the 250,000 square foot complex in Hawaii and on and on. And yet, with all this space we still have Intelligence Agencies constantly caught off guard.

I still want to know about the 47 hard drives containing millions of documents. I still want to know what Comey did with them, since Judicial Watch stated they were turned over to him. I still want to know what Schumer meant with the statement, “Intelligence has six ways to Sunday to get back at you”. I still want to know about the Awan scandal. All these could very well be connected.