(National Sentinel) Release: Circa News investigative reporter and Fox News contributor Sara Carter said the explosive FISA memo reportedly containing details about how the Obama administration abused the surveillance court so it could spy on the Trump campaign may be released this coming week.
The memo, written by the House Intelligence Committee, may contain some disturbing evidence that President Obama’s administration relied on a bogus, politicized opposition research document — the infamous “Trump dossier” — to get a surveillance warrant from the FISA court to put Trump campaign officials under surveillance.
“The House Intelligence Committee is going to hold another vote. This vote will be made for the public,” Carter said on Sunday’s “Fox & Friends.”
“They’re sure it’s going to pass because Republicans are going to pass on the party line to make this available to the public. Then the memo will go to the president where the president will have five days to decide whether or not to declassify the memo,” she added.
The memo is currently classified top secret, which many believe is an over classification.
“And what I’m being told from my sources he will declassify that memo for the public. They’re actually hoping the memo gets declassified very soon, the latest I’ve heard is the end of the month but the soonest could be anytime this week,” she added.
Carter also believes that once the memo is released, it could lead to the unraveling of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into alleged Trump campaign “collusion” with Russia.
Rep. Dave Joyce announced Saturday that the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSIC) had launched the process to release the explosive FBI-FISA-Russia classified memo.
“Great news! Our efforts to #ReleaseTheMemo have been effective and the HPSIC plans to begin the process to release the FBI/FISA/Russia memo. This may take up to 19+ Congressional work days but Americans deserve to know the truth,” he tweeted.
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