On Monday, the president asked White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to initiate the process of declassifying more documents exposing the Obama administration's treasonous spy program against the Trump campaign.
Speaking to "Fox and Friends," Meadows explained that Trump has requested "getting some declassification rolling in follow-up to some of the requests that Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) and others have made," Nunes being the House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member.
Though he did not elucidate on this, it has been speculated that Meadows was referring to two summary documents that Nunes told "Sunday Morning Futures" host Maria Bartiromo he is hoping to declassify, which would expose Igor Danchenko, the primary source of the phony Steele dossier.
A Washington-based Russian national, Danchenko was investigated by the FBI for being a suspected Kremlin spy. Danchenko also made specious claims, all unsubstantiated, that were included in the Steele dossier as facts.
As it turns out, Danchenko is not a Russian spy, but is rather "a run-of-the-mill Washington analyst who sourced his information from childhood acquaintances."
"The American public needs to see the three reports that we know about at least from the Democrats' Russian spy they hired," Nunes is quoted as saying.
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Nunes also referred to more classified documents tied to Director of National Intelligence (DNI) John Ratcliffe. In a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), Ratcliffe revealed that the CIA obtained a Russian intelligence analysis back in 2016 linking failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to the "Russian collusion" conspiracy theory.
We now know that Clinton approved the plot on July 26, 2016, which immediately kicked into high gear to paint the Trump campaign as being in bed with the Russians, a phony narrative that has persisted among leftists ever since.
The goal was not only to make Trump look like a traitor, but also to deflect from Clinton's own email scandal, which to this day has not been brought to justice.
"The Clinton campaign created this sick fantasy," Nunes noted. "Then they went out and hired avatars to do it."
According to Nunes, the documents he has already seen are "smoking guns," and the American people need to see them. Trump would seem to agree, which is why he has called on Meadows to make it happen.
"That information definitely needs to be made available to the American public," Nunes is quoted as saying. "And from what I understand there is even more underlying evidence that backs up what Director Ratcliffe put out."
It is unfortunate that it has taken several years for this pertinent information to finally come out, seeing as how Nunes and his colleagues have been asking for it since early 2017.
"We want every damn bit of evidence that every intelligence agency has or it's maybe time to shut those agencies down, because at the end of the day our liberties are more important than anything else we have in this country and they have been stampeded over by these dirty cops and the Democratic Party and the media [which] fails to report on it," Nunes added.
CIA Director John Brennan personally briefed Barack Obama back in July 2016 about the Clinton intelligence, this according to Ratcliffe who cited notes taken by Brennan himself. This intelligence was also passed on as a criminal referral to then-FBI Director James Comey, along with special agent Peter Strzok.
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