FISA Memo Will Be ‘Embarrassing to One Person In Particular’ [Video]

[VIDEO] Representative Trey Gowdy is positive that the FISA Memo is going to make people uncomfortable. He is sure that he knows who will be the most uncomfortable. It is guaranteed to be a bitter pill for those on the left who have opposed the release of the memo. 

The House FISA Memo has been demonized by the Democrats. They have called it biased. Against who? They have said that the American public is too dumb and uninformed to understand it. They have called it a risk to national security. What happens to their credibility when they are shown to be wrong on all counts?

As Written and Reported By Jeff Poor for Breitbart:

Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) said a memo that the House Intelligence Committee voted on Monday to make public would be “embarrassing” to the Intel Committee’s ranking Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA).

Gowdy prefaced his remarks by saying he supported special counsel Robert Mueller “100 percent” in his effort to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and noted how Schiff had gone out of his way to prevent the public from finding out details.

“[L]ook, my Democratic colleagues didn’t want us to find this information,” Gowdy explained. “They did everything they could to keep us from finding this information.”

“I think it will be embarrassing to Adam Schiff once people realize the extent to which he went to keep them from learning any of this,” he continued. “That would be the embarrassment … I mean, going to court to help Fusion GPS so we can’t find out they paid for the dossier, and that they were working for the DNC. That’s a pretty big step to go …..


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Trey Gowdy: FISA Memo Will Be ‘Embarrassing to Adam Schiff’ – Breitbart

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