Nunes, Gowdy and Goodlatte Demand Comey Memos By Monday or Else [VIDEO]


Reps Nunes, Gowdy and Goodlatte have given Rod Rosenstein until Monday to release all seven of James Comey’s memos on President Trump.

Rod Rosenstein is under the gun, having just avoided charges of contempt of Congress and one GOP legislator has already written articles of impeachment against him plus incessant rumors that President Trump plans to fire him after a meeting at the White House earlier in the week.

Rosenstein is a Deep State minion and a NeverTrumper, who needs to be gone for his shameful behavior while the number two man at the DOJ.

“JUST IN: Three House GOP chairmen — Goodlatte, Gowdy and Nunes — demand Comey’s memos, which triggered the special counsel probe, from Rosenstein.”

 

From The Gateway Pundit

As The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft reported, the FBI is keeping the memos tightly guarded.

FBI will not allow Congressional investigators to review “unclassified” Comey documents without supervision.

Byron York: the public needs to know. There is too much secrecy out. I was writing today about the Comey memos. The fired FBI director is planning his big book selling extravaganza to start this weekend. And these memos that Comey wrote are being treated like the highest state secrets inside the Justice Department.

Members of the Oversight Committees have asked to see them. They’ve only been allowed to be seen by one or two people. There’s an FBI minder in the room all the time, no copies are allowed, no note taking is allowed. Most of these things are NOT EVEN CLASSIFIED!

Suddenly, the tide has turned and Deep State operative Rod Rosenstein can no longer afford to slow walk information subpoenaed by Congress. His very job hangs in the balance.

Ironically, with his back against the wall, his job is safer than it was a week ago because as long as he can be pressured to give up the evidence he has hoarded, no one will want him replaced with someone they can’t pressure.

So get him for every document he has and the lock him up.