Congressman Matt Gaetz is urging the public to stay involved and aide in getting the 4-page memo released.
As thousands of supporters have taken to social media in a ‘#releasethememo’ movement, Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz urges the public to keep the pressure on. Gaetz believes that the push to release the 4 page Nunes memo (also called the FISA memo) will be successful, especially with the public’s help.
Though, Gaetz, like the others didn’t shed any new light on what might be ‘in’ this infamous memo he did state that ‘laws were broken’ and that those mentioned in the memo are still in power. Adding to the ominous message about what we might expect, ‘heads will roll’. Take a look.
Among the many #releasethememo Tweets we have found several Congressmen and Journalists stepping up and joining the cause. Could this be the light needed to dry up the swamp? It is certainly a brilliant start!
I have read the memo. The sickening reality has set in. I no longer hold out hope there is an innocent explanation for the information the public has seen. I have long said it is worse than Watergate. It was #neverTrump & #alwaysHillary. #releasethememo
D's claim there is grave Trump-Russia collusion. R's claim there is grave abuse by FBI of FISA. We've been rehashing this unanswerable fight for 18 months. But there's a simple answer. Time to #ReleaseTheMemo. Let's see what FBI has, or didn't have.
Yesterday I spent time reviewing a classified report about the FBI/DOJ and the Trump campaign. The American people deserve to see the contents of this report, and I fully support its public disclosure. #ReleaseTheMemo
“Democrats say the memo’s findings are skewed and contain no more than partisan talking points, and they warn that releasing the memo will harm Congress’ relationships with the Justice Department and intelligence community.
But Republicans appear to be charging ahead with their plan to publicly release the document and potentially some of the underlying intelligence so long as sources and methods are not disclosed.”
Even though we think it is dangerous and unwise to make speculations about what information this memo could contain the building tension and strong languages used does leave you expecting the worse. All we can do at this point is keep pushing officials to release the memo and hold those involved accountable.