Thursday, February 1, 2018

Release The Memo

The clock is still ticking for the HPSCI  memo release to the American public. The top level management of the FBI and the dems are figuratively (literally?) losing their minds over this. I love it.
FBI Director Christopher Wray publicly clashed with President Donald Trump on Wednesday over a controversial Republican intelligence memo, furthering the rift between the President and the agency investigating ties between his campaign and Russia.  
 Wray sent a striking signal to the White House, issuing a rare public warning that the memo about the FBI's surveillance practices omits key information that could impact its veracity. The move set up an ugly confrontation between Wray and Trump, who wants the document released.

"With regard to the House Intelligence Committee's memorandum, the FBI was provided a limited opportunity to review this memo the day before the committee voted to release it," the FBI said in a statement. "As expressed during our initial review, we have grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo's accuracy." 
To put this in perspective, newly appointed FBI Director Wray is fighting to have the memo scotched as he maintains it has some inaccuracies. He says this despite after reading the memo last Sunday that he supposedly was "shocked to his core." I guess his core prefers to be shaken, not stirred.

The HPSCI memo is a four page document; it is not a detailed report, not an analysis. Memo is short for memorandum which is:
An informal record, in the form of a brief written note or outline, of a particular legal transaction or document for the purpose of aiding the parties in remembering particular points or for future reference.
With all the hysterical blubbering from the liberals you'd think that it was a Declaration of War instead.

Well, perhaps it is... 

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