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  • bemildred (10038 posts)

    Nunes: Russia probe documents should be released before election

    House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) said Sunday that the transcripts and documents for witnesses in the GOP-controlled panel’s now-concluded Russia investigation need to be released before the midterm elections.

    “We believe that the depositions that we took, I think nearly about 70 people, those need to be published and they need to be published I think before the election,” Nunes said on “Fox News Sunday.”

    “I expect to make those available from our committee to the American public in the next few weeks,” he added.

    Nunes’s comments come days after his colleague, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) called for the documents’ release on Wednesday, thought he remained silent on Gowdy’s remarks at the time.


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  • Babel 17 (5345 posts)

    1. A lot of tawdriness from people connected to Trump, and also those investigating

    Get it all out, and let the sunshine disinfectant have its way with it.

    • bemildred (10038 posts)

      2. Sunlight is the best disinfectant.

      It ain't the things you don't know that hurts you, it's the things you know that ain't so.
  • leveymg (5148 posts)

    3. Declassify the ICIG report and the rest of the FISA application also

    That would put this side of the story onto the front pages where it belongs.  The Intelligence Community IG report, in particular, is described by a committee member as detailing the Inspector General’s findings that virtually all of the classified contents on Clinton’s unauthorized server were intercepted by China.  That’s real grounds for felony charges.

    • bemildred (10038 posts)

      4. I've seen both of those advocated for.

      Rather strongly too, the Trumpist arguments about that get heated. Like Clintonoids arguing about why Mueller hasn’t got him yet. Why doesn’t he just declassify everything?

      I just kind of on principle am against secrecy when it comes to any public business, and it is clear that Clinton et. al. shit all over the floor when it comes to security, and the question is why, what did they really do, and what are the consequences now? And all of this is public business. So yeah.


      It ain't the things you don't know that hurts you, it's the things you know that ain't so.
    • Beebee (1841 posts)

      7. “Unseal the FISA redactions? We should be alarmed by what’s already disclosed”

      Interesting read on how the FISA court was abused.

      By Andrew McCarthy Sept 15th, 2018

      Will this be the week? With bated breath, we wait to find out whether we’ve reached the moment, after the Labor Day end of summer, just as the critical midterm races heat up, when President Trump will follow through on his threat to declassify and publicize key FISA-gate documents — in particular, the redacted portions of the Carter Page surveillance-warrant applications.

      I hope the president follows through, at least to the extent he can do so without putting intelligence methods and sources at risk. Accountability is essential here.

      The FBI and the Obama Justice Department launched an investigation of the Democrats’ political adversaries, and they used Clinton-campaign-generated, foreign-provided innuendo to do it. They strained to make a case on Donald Trump even as they were burying a daunting criminal case on Mrs. Clinton. As I have previously explained, moreover, the president was misled about his status: not only was he a suspect in the investigation, he was the main suspect.

      The main suspect in an investigation with no crime.

      Continued- https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/09/trump-russia-probe-fbi-fisa-application/



      "confrontation of the self is as important as with others. we have to be ready to be surprised by unexpected rhetoric, or even possible communion, with those previously seen as impossible." NuttyFluffers
      • leveymg (5148 posts)

        13. Placeholder. Back in 5

    • MistaP (10874 posts)

      8. yup, it was all a snipe hunt to cover up the finding of criminal negligence

      at Chappaqua and the fact that she was allowed to leave her SoS documents like pie on a windowsill for any passerby: a 12-year-old on Long Island could’ve done it since their hacking plan was to “turn it off and then on again a minute later”

      which brings us back to the Awans and their handy little Dropbox (which brings us back to …)

      the Clinton campaign created Trump with the Pied Piper strategy (Third Way = Bell Curve)
  • peacecorps (6286 posts)

    5. Is there something stopping Nunes, Gowdy and Trump from releasing them now?

    Or is just talking about releasing them worth more than actually doing it?

  • bobthedrummer (4423 posts)

    11. Mueller's Special Counsel Office current list of indictments, guilty pleas, etc


    All power to the People.