FBI Officials Have Reviewed The FISA Memo And Their Findings Will Shake DC To The Core

The surveillance memo, which is most often called the FISA memo, passed the first review by the FBI. The FBI Director made a visit to Capitol Hill on Sunday to see the memo for the first time. No inaccuracies were discovered or reported. That fact, alone, will be a brutal body blow to the Democrats and mainstream media who have clamored for the memo to not be released to the public. The Memo has been voted to be released along strict party lines. Do you winder why?

As Written, Reported By and Seen First on Fox News:

Two senior FBI officials have now reviewed a controversial Republican staff memo alleging abuses of government surveillance programs during the 2016 presidential campaign, a source familiar with the matter told Fox News – adding that the officials “could not point to any factual inaccuracies.”

The two officials – one from the bureau’s counterintelligence division and the other from the legal division – followed up after an initial review of the memo during a rare Sunday trip to Capitol Hill by FBI Director Christopher Wray.

The House Intelligence Committee voted late Monday along party lines to release the memo, prompting a backlash from Democratic lawmakers. Top Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff called it a “very sad day.” President Trump has five working days to review the contents but is widely expected not to block its release.

After the contentious committee vote Monday night, the source confirmed that House staffers physically took the memo over to the White House for the president.

The FBI offered no comment to Fox News regarding bureau officials’ review of the document. Senior DOJ officials told Fox News after this story first posted, however, that……


FBI officials review surveillance memo, could not cite ‘any factual inaccuracies’: source | Fox News

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