Skip to comments.Schiff and Nunes: Mueller ‘Must Brief’ Intel Committee—And Turn Over All His Materials
Posted on 04/15/2019 10:44:26 AM PDT by GIdget2004
The top two members of the House intelligence committee have said Special Counsel Robert Mueller must brief them on his investigation, according to a letter obtained by The Daily Beast.
The letter, signed by Democratic Chairman Adam Schiff and Republican Ranking Member Rep. Devin Nunes, was sent on March 27, shortly after Attorney General Bill Barr released a short letter summarizing Muellers findings. They sent it to Barr, FBI Director Chris Wray, and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
The letter asked for Mueller and other senior members of his team to brief the committee on their work. It also asked for all the materials Mueller gathered during his probe: all materials, regardless of form and classification, obtained or produced by the Special Counsels Office in the course of the investigation, including but not limited to any addenda or annexes to the full report, or separate intelligence or counterintelligence-related reports; scope-related materials regarding the investigations parameters, areas of inquiry, and subjects; investigative records and materials, as well as raw reporting and finished analysis related to his work.
The letter was a rare moment of bipartisan concord on the notoriously fractured committee, and suggests Schiff and Nunes will work together to extract as much information and detail as possible from Muellers team.
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more bullsheit propaganda “demands” they KNOW they cannot obtain anyways
Nunes is wrong. A/G Barr owes Congress NOTHING.
Congress did not commission the Mueller Report. Congress can get a copy - like everyone else - when it is released.
And then do with it as they wish.
The poster children for why nobody respects the US Congress anymore.
How about “no” ? Because “no” works for me. . .
Schiff can’t be trusted to see ANY materials. He’ll leak so fast it would make your head spin.
I guess he figures we paid $30 million for that opposition research and it’d be a shame to let that go to waste.
Get mueller in there, I’d love to see Nunes question him.
Schiff will leak so fast, he'll have to borrow some Depends from Leaky-Leahy.
And how ACCURATE would those leaks be?
He is a known LIAR.
And, maybe THAT is what Nunes wants.
Release of Committee Sensitive materials is a violation of the Secrets Act and Schiffy could be digging his own grave just that much deeper.
Mueller’s team should release only one copy to the committee, make them sign a contract that it will never be duplicated, shared, or displayed to ANYONE outside the committee, and then they should place strategic but subtle factual anomalies in the documents. When they are leaked, and content begin to show up, including the anomalies, they should investigate schiff with the same fervor they investigated Trump.
Okay, I’ll wake up from my completely unrealistic daydream now.
Now, with the support of Devin Nunes, the committee chairman, Adam “Colander” Schiff, can really demonstrate his power to intimidate the DOJ.
Little Adam will be like the kid throwing a tantrum at the grocery store. It is all just an act.
I would think Mueller owes someone an answer as to how in a two year Russian collusion investigation Clintons name never came up.
He certainly is childlike.
How about we call him Little Leaky Adam.
The special counsel was not appointed by Congress, nor was he working under a law specifically passed by Congress.
He was appointed by, and given a scope of work by acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
The only office entitled to see the full report is the office that commissioned its writing - the Attorney General.
Yep - but if the story is true, Nunes has a whole different agenda which will leave Schiff hiding in the head...
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