Adam Schiff Has Set Up A Deliberate Trap For President Trump

The Adam Schiff memo, the second memo from the House regarding the FISA Court has been set up as a deliberate trap for President Trump. The first memo, for Representative Nunes and the GOP, was designed not to include classified information. Shiff’s memo was written in such a way as to reveal classified methods and procedures. If the memo was not released due to that it became a political point. If it gets redacted, it is another political point. If it is allowed to reveal critical information, it is yet another point. What is the President’s next step?

As Written and Reported By John Sexton for Hot Air:

Democrats warned that releasing the Nunes memo would damage national security. Some who looked at the memo after its release didn’t really see how that would be the case. But it turns out Democrats could have been describing their own memo. According to a report at Fox News, the Democratic rebuttal memo is loaded with information on sources and methods in an effort to put the White House in a bind.

The Democratic rebuttal to a highly publicized GOP memo alleging government surveillance abuse is filled with sensitive details, a source told Fox News – claiming this was done intentionally to pressure the White House to either block the memo’s release or significantly redact it…

The source who spoke to Fox News has read the Democrats’ rebuttal memo, and said it is filled with information on sources and methods taken from original documents.

While the source described this as a way to put the White House in a difficult spot, Schiff maintained publicly that he wants to make sure the White House “does not redact our memo for political purposes.” A Schiff aide referred Fox News back to those comments when asked ….


Report: Democratic memo filled with classified information to put White House in a bind

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