The Memo Controversy Proves that the Democrats Don’t Care about America


Based on their comments about the Nunes memo, It becomes more apparent every day that the liberal media and Democratic Party leaders don’t give a rat’s arse about this country. All they care about is dividing Americans.

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.)  who wrote parts of the memo is correct when he says that it has nothing to do with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s actions in the 2016 election and the claims of Trump Campaign collision.  However what the memo does prove is at least one case of abuse of power by the FBI which should concern all Americans who value freedom. There may be other cases yet unseen of the FBI using bogus evidence to gain a search warrant on American citizens and those might involve you or me, or anyone who disagreed with Obama’s politics. Remember the IRS Targeting scandal has been proven true (is it possible Obama did the same with the DOJ?) If the Democrats really cared about the country they would be calling for an investigation into ALL abuses of the FISA court system as to protect the American people.

The bottom line is that the FBI used an unvetted dossier to get a surveillance warrant against Carter Page. The Democrats argue that Carter Page’s association with the Russians were well-known within the FBI and he deserved to be placed under surveillance– and that may well be the case. If s,o that’s another failure of the FBI because he wasn’t being survived until the dossier, and if he was a national security threat why wasn’t the Trump campaign warned?  Asst. FBI director McCabe said if it weren’t for the dossier the FBI wouldn’t have tried to get the warrant. And when attempting to get the warrant, they never told the Judge that the Dossier was paid for by Hillary Clinton and the DNC.

Note: The media focus on Page revolves around a trip he made to Russia to give a speech. Before he left he says that then-campaign manager for Trump, Corey Lewandowsky said,“If you’d like to go on your own, not affiliated with the campaign, you know, that’s fine.”

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Before the memo was released the Democratic Party objections were based on their contention that it revealed sources and methods, and national secrets, both claims were lies. Now they claim that it is part of a Trump war against law enforcement, another lie. No President in recent history has been more supportive of law enforcement than this one, and if the Nunes memo exposes anyone it’s the top management of the FBI who not only used an unvetted dossier but continued to use new information from Christopher Steele after he was fired as a source. The FBI also used a google news article that was based on information from Steele as part of their FISA warrant.

The Nunes memo has nothing to do with Mueller and everything to do with a government abuse of power to get a warrant that should send shivers up every freedom-loving American’s spine. It is not a “nothing burger” nor is it a win for Trump. It reveals that the FISA court system needs to be re-evaluated to ensure the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution is followed.

But that doesn’t mean the media or Democratic Party politicians disregard the need for protection of American’s freedoms and use the Nunes memo as an excuse to spew their own political points….

 

 

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