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Source: Dems FISA memo filled with methods, sources
A source has said the democratic memo that it is filled with sources and methods that are likely to need, black or cause not to allow the memo’s release; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.
The Democratic rebuttal to a highly publicized GOP memo alleged government surveillance abuse is filled with said sensitive information, a source, Fox News claims this was done deliberately, to block the pressure of the White house to either of the memo’s release, or significantly redacted.
The claim comes after the House Intelligence Committee, voted on Monday to approve the publication of the Democratic document.
“We think that this will help inform the public about the many distortions and inaccuracies in the majority memo,” California Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the panel, told reporters.
The vote was unanimous, he said.
Dems fears WH “the political redactions” of memo
The White house will now check the memo prior to the decision to possible redactions or objections, as he is with the Republican memo that ultimately was released in full last Friday.
“The White house has a message from the minority of the members of the House Select receive Standing Committee for the intelligence. As explained many times, the management will follow the same method and procedures in this memorandum, the minority, as it did last week, when receiving the message from the majority,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement.
The source, who has read said to Fox News, the Democrat ” rebuttal memo, and said, it is filled with information about the sources and methods of original documents.
Rep. Adam Schiff warns the White house against ‘political’ redactions.
While the source of this described as a way to the White house in a difficult place, the ship maintained publicly that he wants to be sure the White house “do not blacken our memo for political purposes.” A ship’s aide called Fox News to the comments, when asked about the allegation that the memo intentionally included sources and methods.
Ship back, the sources said on Tuesday on CNN that he is concerned about the White house for political redactions, but blocking information that might be unfavourable to the President.
On Friday, Republicans on the Intelligence Committee, released the GOP memo from President Devin Nunes, R-Calif., claiming that the FBI and DOJ would not be trying to have the surveillance warrants to spy on one-time Trump campaign adviser Carter-page, without the infamous, Democrat-funded anti-Trump-dossier.
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The White house responded by saying that the memo ” raises serious questions about the integrity of decisions and to use at the highest levels of the Department of Justice and the FBI, the government’s most Intrusive surveillance tools against American citizens.”
The publication was followed by vocal objections from Democrats that the memo’s release might violate national security.
Fox News’ John Roberts, Brooke Singman and Alex helped Pappas to this report.