A four-page memo drafted by Devin Nunes (the House Intelligence Committee Chairman) alleges misconduct related to the FBI’s investigation of Comrade Trump’s 2016 Goat Rodeo campaign, you know, for possible collusion with Russia — but Nunes won’t share his memo with the Department of Justice, the FBI, or the Senate Intelligence Committee.
And like clockwork, this super-duper secret memo has become the basis of rumors and innuendo that proves that the FBI et al, are out to get Preznint Comrade. As we know, Conservativism cannot fail, it only can be brought down by cabals of conspirators working around the clock.
The democrats are lucky Republicans are honorable people. If we played the game like they do the memo would be all over CNN and everywhere else by now. Maybe it’s time we stoop to their level? #releasethememo
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) January 19, 2018
Even Squiggy, says they should release the memo!
And we were even treated to this astonishing suggestion, because the FBI is so clearly, um, seditionists or something:
— Media Matters (@mmfa) January 25, 2018
But Nunes won’t share the memo with anyone other than House Republicans, not even Republicans on the Senate Intelligence Committee.
So what can we discern? It is clear is that Nunes is not eager to release it to anyone who has access to the same underlying intelligence (Senate Intel, FBI) and could thereby independently evaluate its claims. And so we rate this whole situation as just more GOP conspiracy BS from the party of monsters and imbeciles.
UPDATE 1: I forgot to include the Secret Society smoking gun:
ABC News has obtained the "secret society" text…
It's a stand alone message from Lisa Page:
"Are you even going to give out your calendars? Seems kind of depressing. Maybe it should just be the first meeting of the secret society" https://t.co/qxlXSgYAme
— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) January 25, 2018
Rule #1 in secret societies: you don’t call them that. What a buncha moroons, as Bugs would say.