The New York Times Demands FISA Court Give Them The Info The Memo Was Based On

Without a doubt, the material that Nunes memo is based on should be released. It seems pretty viral at this stage and the heated political climate we now face. It will vindicate everything that has been up in the air and perhaps, too, the doubt that some of the more feeble-minded lefties continue to push on us.

There are those who cannot see the forest for the trees… let’s show them exactly what we’re made of!

As Written and Reported By Allahpundit for Hot Air:

Yes, please, give it to them. This has been the obvious, necessary move since #ReleaseTheMemo first got traction online. Between the Nunes memo and Adam Schiff’s forthcoming response, we’re not going to know anything for sure until we see the material the feds submitted to the court.

Redact as necessary. Just end the gaslighting from both sides.

The motion is unusual. No such wiretapping application materials apparently have become public since Congress first enacted the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in 1978…

But President Trump lowered the shield of secrecy surrounding such materials on Friday by declassifying the Republican memo about Mr. Page, after finding that the public interest in disclosing its contents outweighed any need to protect the information. Because Mr. Trump did so, the Times argues, there is no longer a justification “for the Page warrant orders and application materials to be withheld in their entirety,” and “disclosure would serve the public interest.”…

“Given the overwhelming public interest in assessing the accuracy of the Nunes memorandum and knowing the actual basis for the Page surveillance orders,” the Times’ motion says, the court should direct the publication of its orders and the application materials “with only such limited redactions as may be essential to preserve information that remains properly classified notwithstanding the declassification…..


NYT to FISA Court: Give us the material the Memo is based on

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