House Speaker Paul Ryan Drops FISA Memo BOMBSHELL – Cites ‘Possible Malfeasance at the FBI by Certain Individuals’ (VIDEO)
On Tuesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan said he supports the release of the FISA memo and cited ‘possible malfeasance at the FBI by certain individuals’.
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday defended the House Intelligence Committee’s vote to release a four-page memo criticizing the Justice Department’s Russia collusion probe, and argued that there “may have been malfeasance at the FBI by certain individuals” that requires congressional oversight.
Ryan, R-Wis., and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., talked to GOP lawmakers about the memo at a closed-door meeting in the Capitol basement.
“There is a legitimate issue here as to whether or not American civil liberties were violated by the FISA process,” Ryan said, referring to the secret court that grants intelligence officials permission to spy on people.
Paul Ryan also praised Rod Rosenstein during the presser claiming the Deputy AG is “doing a fine job,”
House Speaker Paul Ryan may have given us a clue as to why FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was removed from his post Monday. There are some serious charges coming down on corrupt FBI and DOJ officials involved.
The House Intelligence Committee voted Monday afternoon to release the committee’s classified FISA Memo.
The vote was along party lines.
Not a single Democrat voted for transparency.
The memo is at the White House and the administration is reviewing the document now.
GOP Rep. Gaetz called on POTUS Trump to read the FISA memo during the State of the Union Address.
Speaker Ryan on releasing the secret GOP House memo: “There may have been malfeasance at the FBI by certain individuals.” pic.twitter.com/aCrdfuvIGd
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) January 30, 2018
BREAKING: Speaker Ryan hinted that FISA memo will show “malfeasance” by certain officials at the FBI/DOJ, and that former Trump adviser Carter Page’s “civil rights” were “violated” in the FISA process. He also suggested Rosenstein was merely following the policies of predecessors
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) January 30, 2018