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Published On: Mon, Feb 5th, 2018

Will Hurd says FISA Memo is not a ‘rebuke of the Mueller investigation’

In the wake of the public release of the Devin Nunes FISA Memo, the political divide has broadened with Democrats calling it a “nothing burger” and James Comey seemingly mocking it with his remarks to rebuke the memo’s contents. President Trump and others are touting the memo as a “big reveal” of the Deep State and corruption across the intelligence community.

Speaking with Hugh Hewitt this morning, Texas Rep. Will Hurd said he’s surprised to see the “gas lighting” of the country by Trump’s political opponents and the media. “To me the memo is all about was highlighting a troubling, a potentially troubling practice that/by the DOJ and FBI at the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court where they were using unverified information, circular reporting and rumors to get a warrant to spy on Americans.”

Hurd reflects on his experience as an intelligence officer, “telling the difference between intelligence and information” and “this is not a rebuke of the Mueller investigation, this is not a rebuke of the rank and file within the FBI…”

Hewitt resets the talk by defining gas lighting and calling out the divisive practices by Democrats and the media, Hurd explains how the House Intelligence Committee has spoken with the FBI: “There have been hours upon hours of conversation with the individuals involved…”

Trump appears to have a different line of thought, how this “totally vindicates” him in Mueller’s Russia investigation.

“But the Russian Witch Hunt goes on and on. Their [sic] was no Collusion and there was no Obstruction (the word now used because, after one year of looking endlessly and finding NOTHING, collusion is dead). This is an American disgrace!”

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