Rep Mark Meadows BLASTS Counter-Memo ‘Democrat Memo Shouldn’t Be Made Public Until Factual Errors Are Fixed’

The House Intel Committee voted in favor of releasing the FISA memo Monday evening, ultimately sending Democrats into a tailspin.

The desperate Democrats have concocted a ‘counter-memo’ in an effort to refute Nunes’ claims of FISA abuse.

Rep. DeSantis (R-FL) called the counter-memo a “sloppy Chewbacca defense” to Nunes’ FISA memo.

Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) said on Tuesday he has actually read the Democrat memo and it “contains several factual errors and sourcing issues”. Meadows also says the Democrat memo shouldn’t be made public until the errors are corrected.


Rep. Mark Meadows tweeted, “I’ve read the counter-memo from Intel Dems. It contains several factual errors and sourcing issues–when these are fixed, I believe the memo should be made public to all Americans. But let’s be clear: nothing in this memo suggests ANY factual inaccuracies in the original memo.”

Ranking member of the House Intel Committee Rep Adam Schiff (D-CA) continued to meltdown Monday evening after he got smacked down by the House Committee.

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.

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