After Nunes & Gowdy Tag Team DOJ, Sessions Does The Unforgivable For The Swamp

Image Source: Left-esquire, Middle- Pinterest, Right- The Cheat Sheet. Edited and Collaborated by US4Trump

Earlier this afternoon, Devin Nunes, House Intelligence Committee Chairman, and Trey Gowdy, House Oversight Committee Chairman were spotted leaving a meeting at the Department of Justice.

They were invited to discuss a resolution to the FISA documents they have been seeking. The DOJ, under Rosenstein has been stonewalling them.They met with Rod Rosenstein, Deputy Director and “Deputy Ed O’Callahan. As well as representatives from the FBI and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence,” reports Fox News.

Wired Sources reports via tweet: 

“BREAKING: Rep. Nunes and Gowdy have left the DOJ after meeting with Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein and top FBI officials to discuss widespread FISA abuse by the Obama Administration and by Deputy AG Rosenstein himself – Fox.”

Upon hearing of the meeting, some of the twitter reactions from fellow Americans set the thread on fire! The reactions range from “I hope they really gave it to the phony deep state nerd Rosenstein! This deep state concocted WITCH HUNT needs to end NOW!!!” to “I’m more excited about this than North Korea to be honest.” (MORE BELOW.)

And another reaction was, “So, does the DOJ get another indefinite extension while getting rid of evidence?” All excellent responses! (Please see tweets below.)

Fox News reports on the meeting and says, “the committee has been looking into allegations that the Justice Department and the FBI abused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in their scrutiny of the Trump campaign.”

Fox continues, “Some of this relates to how heavily the bureau relied on the unverified anti-Trump dossier to obtain a surveillance warrant on Trump adviser Carter Page.” Nunes’ April 30 subpoena for documents – obtained by Fox News – asks for “all documents referring or related” to a specific individual.” (MORE BELOW.)

Majority Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan weighs in on the meeting between Nunes/Gowdy/Rosenstein on the FISA Abuses. 

“I think this request is wholly appropriate. It is completely within the scope of the investigation that’s been going on for a while with respect to FISA. I actually think that this is something that probably should have been answered a while ago. I have spoken with Chairman Gowdy. I’ve spoken with Chairman Nunes and I have spoken with the Deputy Attorney General on this. I expect that we will be able to have an accommodation to honor this request. Because I think, first of all, it’s our job to do oversight to the Executive branch. This request if perfectly appropriate, within the scope of the committees’s investigation. And I hope and believe and expect that they’ll be complied with.”


There’s currently no news on the outcome of the meeting. How do you think it went? Did they get the information on the FISA memo they were seeking? Time will tell. But this will certainly hurt the Witch Hunt if it is discovered the unverified dossier was the basis of the FISA warrant used to spy on a member of the Trump campaign.

UPDATE: Sara A. Carter reports BREAKING news on the meeting: 

“It is not certain how many days the committee has given the DOJ to turn over the requested information or what details they are negotiating as committee officials did not discuss anything beyond the press release.

“We had a productive discussion today with officials from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Department of Justice, and FBI in which we raised questions related to information requested from the Intelligence Community,” according to a joint statement released by Nunes and Gowdy. “The officials committed to holding further discussions of these matters, and we look forward to continuing our dialogue next week to satisfy the Committee’s request.”

See tweets below:

Drop a reply below to join the discussion and hit the subscribe button below.