RUMBLINGS: FISA Memo Contains Four “EXPLOSIVE” Revelations That Have NOT LEAKED (VIDEO)
Appearing on Fox News Thursday evening with host Martha MacCallum, the network’s chief national correspondent, Ed Henry, revealed those eager to see the FISA abuse memo released may be in for even more surprises than previously thought.
“Senior Republicans are pushing back on reports suggesting that this memo will not live up to the hype, telling me there are four separate explosive revelations in the memo that have not leaked out ahead of tomorrows expected release,” Henry told MacCallum.
Henry went on to say that if the claim is true, it would vindicate House Intelligence chairman Devin Nunes. The California Republican has been accused of playing politics with the memo by Democrats Rep. Adam Schiff, Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Chuck Schumer.
As The Gateway Pundit previously reported, Republican lawmakers have dropped hints about what the memo contains.
Notably, Rep. Matt Gaetz hinted to Judge Jeanine Pirro that the memo outlines how the U.S. government may have committed fraud by presenting the courts with “false information,” to obtain FISA warrants.
“You’re aware as a Judge of the way evidence has to be authenticated and presented to a court to get a warrant,” began the Florida Republican.
“It has to be probable cause to sign a warrant,” Judge Jeanne interjected.
“Of course, and prosecutors and investigators cannot perpetrate frauds on the court by presenting false information or information they know to be false,” Rep. Gaetz continued.
Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) told “Fox & Friends,” that he believes the bombshell FISA memo should be released to the American people. Asked if he could confirm information compiled by dossier author Christopher Steele was used by the Obama administration to spy on Trump officials, DeSantis told host Brian Kilmeade, “I think that’s one of the central issues in the memo and I definitely want all Americans to be able to read what actually happened in that respect.”
“It’s primarily dealing with the Department of Justice and FBI and imagining this, did they propose or provide information to the FISA courts, and was that information accurate? That’s the essence of this,” Rep. Stewart revealed to Cuomo.