I can’t be sure if the Momo gives away sources and methods. I’m, inclined to believe that it does not. I think the problem is that the Nunesmemo is a political document that cherry-picks information in order to create a narrative favorable to Trump, I believe that’s the issue.
What’s going to happen is the Nunes memo will be released, (most) Trump supporters will go crazy, the mainstream will correct the factual inaccuracies and omissions, but (most)Trump supporters isolate themselves from information that disagrees with their point-of-view. In the off chance that they hear ideas that conflict, they equivocate, attack the message, use words like “deep state” all in an attempt to deny the obvious.
Look at PapaD,
Except, the people in question, Sessions, Rosenstein, Wray, Muller, are all either Republicans or voted for Republicans and/ or were appointed by Trump or were appointed by a Trump appointee.
Even Comey, he is a Republican, he’s not a democratic stooge.
Because it could potentially give away sources and methods., But as said, I have a feeling it’s not what’s in the memo that is a problem, rather what not in the memo.
From what I’ve seen, the dossier was not used as primary justification for FISA warrants. The FBI had their own investigations into people like Manafort, Gates and Page before the Dossier was turned over to the FBI.
Why is that so surprising? The Dems memo addresses the Nunes memo point-by-point explaining the omissions in the Nunes memo.
Remember that a FISA warrant isn’t a 5-page doc. It’s usually around 60 pages long. You want me to believe that Nunes captured the entire context of the FISA warrant on Page in a 4 page doc? Please, don’t make me laugh.
The Nunes memo is a political hit piece and it will be exposed for what it is, just like the last time Nunes, Trump’s stooge in Congress, did the same thing.
Old Dog, how are you feeling about the Dems chances in the midterms?
How would you or Papa explain the Dem surge is statehouses?
Democrats flipped two Republican-held state legislative seats – one in Oklahoma, one in New Hampshire – that Donald Trump carried in the 2016 election.
That makes six turnovers from Republican to Democrat in contested state House and Senate races so far in 2017 – and 26 out of 35 races (at the state legislative and congressional level) in which the Democratic nominee has overperformed Hillary Clinton’s showing last November.
Republicans have yet to flip a single seat.
What about Virginia? Flipping 15 seats?