#ReleaseTheMemo – Even Democrats Are Admitting That This Memo Could Get Mueller And Rosenstein Fired

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Never before has there been so much talk about a memo in Washington.  In a previous article, I claimed that this could be “the biggest scandal in D.C. since Watergate”, but the truth is that this could actually be bigger than Watergate.  As you will see below, there are some that believe that this memo will implicate members of the previous administration all the way up to Barack Obama himself.  In the short-term, we are likely to see a number of top government officials fired, and even Democrats are admitting that this could include Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Special Counsel Robert Mueller.  The following comes from Reuters

 

The top Democrat on the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee said on Wednesday a memo by the panel’s Republicans opens the door for the White House to fire the special counsel probing Russia’s alleged meddling in the U.S. election or the No. 2 official at the Justice Department.

“It … increases the risk of a constitutional crisis by setting the stage for subsequent actions by the White House to fire (Special Counsel Robert) Mueller or, as now seems more likely, Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein,” Representative Adam Schiff said in an opinion piece in the Washington Post.

But if this memo is as damning as some believe that it will be, getting fired will not be the end of the story for many of these top officials.

If it is true that government surveillance powers were illegally used to target Donald Trump and his associates, and if it is true that the Obama administration, the FBI and the Clinton campaign illegally colluded in a desperate attempt to destroy Donald Trump, we should be seeing a lot of really big names go to prison.

In a previous article, I discussed how outraged many Republican members of Congress were after they initially read this memo.  Since that time, we have learned that current FBI Director Christopher Wray was “shocked to the core” after reading the four-page FISA abuse memo, and that he immediately asked Andrew McCabe to resign the next day…

Carter: What we know tonight is that FBI Director Christopher Wray went Sunday and reviewed the four-page FISA memo. The very next day, Andrew McCabe was asked to resign. Remember Sean, he was planning on resigning in March – that already came out in December. This time they asked him to go right away. You’re not coming into the office. I’ve heard rep[orts he didn’t even come in for the morning meeting – that he didn’t show up.

Hannity: A source of mine told me tonight that when Wray read this, it shocked him to his core.

It is absolutely imperative that the American people be given the opportunity to see this memo.

I believe that this memo has the potential to end the investigation that has haunted the president for nearly his entire time in the White House, and I believe that this memo also has the potential to throw the Democratic Party into a complete state of disarray.

Personally, I have been very vocal about the need to release this memo, and I don’t know why any of my opponents don’t seem to want to speak out publicly about this.  Maybe they have been and I have just not seen it yet.  So if any of you know of any public statements by my opponents on this matter please let me know.

As I stated during the recent candidate debate, I am not going to shy away from the hard issues, and that definitely sets our campaign apart from the exceedingly bland campaigns of my opponents.

The good news is that it looks like this memo may be on the verge of being released.  According to Zero Hedge, President Trump appeared to tell a member of Congress that he was on board with releasing the memo as he was leaving the State of the Union address…

It appears President Trump has managed to set another narrative as he left the House Chamber.

As Trump shook hands up the aisle after his SOTU address, Rep. Jeff Duncan called out to Trump, asking him “Let’s release the memo,” referring to the House Intelligence Committee’s FISA memo.

As the following clip shows, Trump responded instantly: “Oh yeah, don’t worry, 100%.”

Because this memo could potentially end the Special Counsel’s investigation, it would definitely make sense for Trump to release it.

And because this memo could be such a disaster for Democrats, it also makes sense why they are vehemently opposing any effort to make it public.

If it was just embarrassing that would be one thing.  Unfortunately, it appears that this memo is going to implicate many of the biggest names in the Democratic Party including Barack Obama.  Just consider what former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino is saying

Dan Bongino: It is not a coincidence that Devin Nunes who has an entire scope of what happened went back in March to the White House facility to read very specific intel that I think will very likely be in this memo. What am I saying by this? That the information was likely breached to Barack Obama. What does that mean? That means that this information was being used by Hillary and all of this other stuff that was in this dossier and all of this spying was probably being inserted into daily briefs by Barack Obama. Why else would Nunes have to go to the White House to read it.

We shouldn’t be too optimistic until we actually get to see the memo, but many are hoping that this could be the trigger that leads to a true “draining of the swamp” in Washington.

The rule of law should apply to everyone, and that includes our elected officials.  It appears that there has been a great deal of malfeasance going on behind the scenes, and it will be a great win for the American people if we can start to expose it for all the world to see.

Michael Snyder is a pro-Trump candidate for Congress in Idaho’s First Congressional District, and you can learn how you can get involved in the campaign on his official website. His new book entitled “Living A Life That Really Matters” is available in paperback and for the Kindle on Amazon.com.

 
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  • DJohn1

    If the memo is as toxic as has been said, then by all means, release it to the public along with any rebuke of said memo the opposition party wishes to make.
    I think the dirty word here is “treason.”
    After last night, these so called Democrats need to be shaken up.
    It all depends on a little word: “IF”.
    Will it be released? Or will it be hidden? That is the really big question.
    IF this memo is what I think it is then a lot of people might go to jail.

    • John Francis

      Maybe Trump will say give me the wall, or the memo is released.

  • GetReal4U2

    sadly…nothing will be done about any “new revelations”…

    but…RELEASE the memo…

    • 32

      I don’t think you understand if people don’t go to jail you may as well just quit your job and start killing people. Because you live in a Banana Republic.

  • 32

    This goes well beyond a memo. And everybody in the know knows it. And everybody out of the no is going to have their minds blown.

  • John Francis

    What’s holding up the release now? Release it already.

  • watchmannonthewall

    I’d really like to believe releasing the memo will finally put an end to the current witch-hunt.

    Unfortunately, even today I see on AOL’s lead webpage a story that Trump merely “asking” for Rosenstein’s loyalty is being played up as an attempt to influence an investigation, as if any officer of a company would ever hire/retain another high ranking official answerable to him/her that was disloyal. Asking us to believe Trump should have done such shows their inability to think in a critical manner, or their complete attempt at manipulation. You choose!

    The stupidity of those who write such things is astonishing…except for the fact so many American’s simply eat the crap up and regurgitate it. I listen to the garbage at work all day long from supposedly intelligent people.

    Last I knew the FBI was under the oversight of the Executive branch of the U.S. Government and directly answerable to the Chief Executive of that branch. Correct me if I’m wrong but I believe that is the POTUS. Eric Holder ran all sorts of interference for Obama and covered all kinds of things up for him, didn’t he, as well as sweet Loretta? It’s very apparent the FBI leadership was in on the gig.

    The news organizations and those that run them are not ever going to retrace their steps and admit they were/are wrong. They will fight any attempt to show them as the corrupt organizations/people they are. They are going to lie and keep right on lying about the truth of events, even if they are ever convicted and put in prison. Their sole purpose is to divide the nation and its people so they can take control.

    They have far too much to lose to ever admit, at this point, they have been lying for the better part of 2 years! It will have to be proven in court, if at all. There are so many gullible, corrupt, people in this nation now, I doubt a jury of their peers could ever convict them. A hung jury would likely be the outcome! A military tribunal might get proper results but not sure that course of action is available.

    “There is none so blind as those who will not see”, and, “If the light that is in you is darkness, how great is that darkness!” So said a very wise man(?).

  • Steve_o

    We are heading into unknown territory. This level of corruption may have existed in the past, but it’s never been revealed before. The only way through is forward into the light of exposure.
    Why are Democrats against that? They always talk about “sunlight is the best disinfectant” when it comes to Trump.

  • DJohn1

    The next step is in the hands of the Director of the FBI.
    It is obvious that the organization has gone political.
    Those individuals that have gone political in what is essentially a legal investigative organization need to either resign or be fired.

  • Bernard FitzMaurice

    We need to see the memo first, but if it is as bad as has been suggested then it is time for a special prosecutor to investigate the investigators! I might suggest as a special prosecutor ex-president Jimmy Carter. He would have to be respected by both parties. Personally, I do think he is an honest man. He may not have been a great president, but I cannot think of another individual out there who would be accepted by both parties or that I would trust. I doubt however that he would accept the job without a grassroots uprising calling for him. Does anybody else have any likely candidates for a special prosecutor?

  • iris

    This is off topic, but it is one which needs to be addressed: I’m infuriated that the Republican controlled Senate voted Monday against the bill to ban abortion after 20 weeks gestation. If they won’t do something about elective abortion now, they probably never will. 57 million innocents on our soil murdered and counting.

  • K

    Nothing in the memo that surprises me. This kind of thing has been going on, for a long time. Any Country whose citizens allowed the patriot act, black sights, gitmo, uncontrolled domestic spying. You really think those citizens, will really care about this memo? You have already seen all the reaction, you can expect from the American public. They elected Trump. And all these people who are running as pro-Trump candidates. Few will get in. And those will go the way of the Tea party. They were going to change D.C. And then they became D.C. If the Government was all that was wrong. Maybe you could fix it. But when most of the population, could not care less. As this Country has turned from God. It can not even agree. On something so basic, as right or wrong. This Country has a great sickness. At this point,I believe it is terminal.

  • Hmm… memo released… the worst thing said about it was that it was a Nunesburger, a cute play on nothingburger.

    If anything ever goes right for Donald, it’ll come as a shock to all.

  • Isaac

    NOPE.

    The memo is a load of horse s***.