Horrors. The House Intelligence Committee has leaks?

Three members of the House Intelligence Committee have noted that there are leaks from the committee’s meetings. It seems that details of their investigation into Russian meddling in our elections keep making it into the public realm. They want the leaks investigated and presumably stopped.

It is obvious that the committee is made up of the members of two political parties, the Democrats, and the Republicans. It is easy to discern from the type of leak and who it was leaked to, which party would be benefiting from a leak. However, it needs to be stopped. Who will do it?

As Written By Melissa Quinn for the Washington Examiner:

Three Republican lawmakers are calling on House leaders to look into leaks from the House Intelligence Committee related to its investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election after details of Donald Trump Jr.’s interview with the panel were shared with the media.

Republican Reps. Mia Love of Utah, John Ratcliffe of Texas, and Lee Zeldin of New York sent a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., on Monday asking for an investigation into leaks from the committee, and want any lawmaker or staff member who is found to have shared information with the press to be removed from the Russia probe.

“Significant evidence that serious leaks have occurred in relation to the [House Intelligence Committee] investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election must be immediately addressed,” the members wrote. “Members or staff who may have violated rules by leaking sensitive information to the press or other outside entities must be promptly removed from this investigation and proper inquiries undertaken without delay.”

The three Republicans specifically highlighted the leaks of information from Trump ……


Three GOP lawmakers call for investigation into leaks from House Intelligence Committee

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