Now that the House FISA memo is on the street, one can only ask at what’s next?

Now that the House FISA memo is on the street, one can only ask at what’s next? House Intelligence chairman Devin Nunes has opened the gates of inquiry on a bunch of questions about the past behavior of our government agencies. The door has been opened to explore a bunch of issues that were denied and covered over in the past. Here is what may and should happen next.

As Written and Reported By Monica Showalter for the American Thinker:

House intelligence committee chairman Devin Nunes achieved something unprecedented:

Because the memo he wrote, summing up the results of his congressional investigation, pretty well pries the lid off Big Government and Deep State, revealing for all of us how these tyrannical, opposite-of-justice, operations work.

The angry tweets of  President Trump didn’t do it. The efforts of  Republicans in past administrations didn’t do this. The change point was Nunes.

The Nunes memo proved the politicization of the FBI at its top levels, and now opens the question of whether we citizens should want it that way, or maybe we need new laws.

But just to get a whiff of the ‘wow’ factor here, recall how hard, impossible, actually, it was to get any justice for Tea Partiers after the Internal Revenue Service illegally targeted them for special enforcement. The man running the IRS when much of that was going on, including the destruction of emails from the hyper-partisan officials involved in it, Commissioner John Koskinen, retired last year with his full pension. The IRS official who did the dirty work, Lois Lerner, head of the tax-exempt division, took the Fifth in congressional testimony to protect herself from self-incrimination, which is something only crooks do. Then she retired with her full multi-million-dollar pension out in the tony Washington suburbs, getting off scot-free…….


What Nunes achieved – and what’s next


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