BREAKING: Secret FISA Memo RELEASED to Media
The Left considers Alex Jones a conspiracy theorists, but they considered Obama smart.
Alex Jones may be a bit “out there”, but a lot of what he predicts comes true. And apparently somebody trusted him enough to leak the secret FISA memo to him.
According to InfoWars,
William Binney, former tech head of the NSA contacted us this morning to send us the link to the reportedly classified memo that lawmakers said was a blueprint of how the Obama administration and the Deep State spied on President Trump.take our poll - story continues below
This memo, hiding in plain site, serves as the basis for the four-page memo of Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) which reveals purgery by the Obama administration when connected to other research:
I started going through this document, but it’s for propellerheads, so I stopped.
However, you can bet many are perusing it currently, and we can expect to see much more soon.
If indeed this is the document, I’m curious as to the spin. Because it certainly looks official enough.
Republicans on and off the House Intelligence Committee are pushing for the release of Nunes’ four-page memo alleging abuses of the surveillance law known as FISA related to the opposition research dossier on Donald Trump and Russia. The committee could use an obscure rule to bypass the normal declassification process, with a vote that would put the decision to make the memo public in the President’s hands.
“It’s like any document you put out, it should be referenced, footnoted — it should have the appropriate underlying reference to the material and to the degree that you can, show that material,” said Rep. Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican who has called for the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller and the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
So now we await the truncated version of this 99 page document, apparently.
I’m curious how this impacts the news cycle, particularly given the source. Did InfoWars scoop everybody, and start the beginning of the end for Obama, et al. Let’s hope so!