Trump Rages Over FISA Memo

If you’re like most of us here and have been paying attention to non-fake-news, then you like it when Trump gets mad. It isn’t that we enjoy seeing him have a bad time, it’s that when Trump gets mad he makes things happen… great things… things that make America great again.

That’s just what happened earlier this week when after a lot of efforts to get the bombshell FISA memo to be released so that Americans can see and know for certain just how screwed over they have been by Deep State Democrats over the previous decade or so.

If you’ve been paying attention, then you know that Trump’s policies have resulted in record lows in African-American unemployment, female unemployment, and Hispanic unemployment. And if you watched the State of the Union Speech and listened to any of the left wing response to it, then you know that Democrats are not very excited about Trump coming through on the things he promised us during the election.

Nancy Pelosi and a bunch of democrat quislings propped themselves up in front of a camera to show America how sad they are that things are going so well for Trump and the MAGA movement. You know the Dems have lost when they act sad instead of outraged. Everything they’ve done to stymie the recovery has failed, and now they’re hoping their crocodile tears are going to get a pity response and bring them back to the table. Fat chance!

If you’ll excuse us basking in the glow of a truly magnificent SOTU speech, how about when he said, “Americans are dreamers too!” Yes, we are Mr. President, and our dreams appear to be coming true.

Over the weekend of the 20th of January, while President Trump was en route to speak at Davos he reportedly expressed his extreme displeasure at the fact that the FISA memo is being withheld. And as we already talked about we all know what happens when Trump gets angry—things happen.

And that’s exactly what happened. On Monday, the House intelligence committee, voted to declassify the memo and release it to the public. The committee’s vote, spearheaded by Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, means the four-page document could be made public as early as today.

Under an obscure committee rule, the President now has five days following the vote to decide whether to allow the memo to be released to the public or object to it.

According to sources, Trump’s desire to see the memo released was shared with Attorney General Jeff Sessions by John Kelly, the White House Chief of Staff on Wednesday the 24th of January. This placed the administration at odds with the DOJ which said releasing the memo would be reckless if it was done before they had a chance to redact sensitive information.

Well, if you’ve ever seen an unclassified government document released under a Freedom of Information Act request, most of the time the redactions are so pervasive that you can’t make heads or tails of the information it contains. Sometimes whole pages are blanked out.

What good would it do if the memo was released and all we could see were four pages with one giant black rectangle covering each page? This is a part of the frustration Trump felt when he “erupted in anger” during his journey to Davos and got word that Associate Attorney General Stephen Boyd sent a letter of warning that it would be, in his words, “extraordinarily reckless” to release the classified memo written by House staffers and that it would undermine the Russian collusion investigation.

Of course, it would undermine the Russian collusion investigation! That’s because it proves the claims of the Russian collusion investigation are lies created by illegal means.

Stay tuned over the next few days! As soon as we get our hands on a copy of the memo we’ll send it to you.

~ American Liberty Report

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