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The memorandum has actually finally been released. John Iadarola, Francesca Fiorentini, and Mark Thompson, the hosts of The Young Turks, inform you what remains in it. Tell us exactly what you assume in the comment section below.

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"( CNN) The Nunes memo is lastly public.

So exactly what does the eponymous memo, called for House Knowledge Chairman Devin Nunes, R-California, really show about the FBI, the Justice Division and also the functions elderly authorities in both of those organizations played in the 2016 election?
By my reading, valuable little.

The memorandum's largest insurance claim is that then-Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe told the House Intelligence Committee that no FISA warrant would have been provided connecting to one-time Trump project adviser Carter Web page without the supposed Steele file– the work of a previous British spy named Christopher Steele that was being covertly moneyed by the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's project. Your Home Intelligence Board was not warned of the funding behind the Steele dossier during its investigation.

That can be a large offer. Except, we don't know without a doubt that the timeline of occasions– and also the coverage on that said just what when– in the Nunes memorandum associates with the objective reality. Why? Since the real FISA court warrants are classified. As well as due to the fact that Democratic sources knowledgeable about the Knowledge Board testament suggested Friday that McCabe did not, as a matter of fact, state that the FISA warrant would have never been issued otherwise for the Steele file. The sources likewise stated McCabe did reveal to the committee that the Steele dossier was paid for by Clinton as well as the DNC.

If you are inclined to believe– as President Donald Trump is– that there is an extensive deep state conspiracy theory within the Justice Division actively working against you, then you see all sorts of misdeed here."

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54 comments

  1. Posted by KillerBebe, at Reply

    How sad,

  2. Posted by 5000g, at Reply

    Nunes is aiding and abetting a traitor and should be charged.

    • Posted by 5000g, at Reply

      Shane wrong. He did nothing more than do trumps bidding for the 2nd time to try and muddy the waters of an investigation that will lead all the way to the traitor in chief.

    • Posted by Shane, at Reply

      5000g Your political bias has warped your view of the reality of the situation. The facts are stacking up to show Clinton and the Obama administration colluded with the FBI to help her win.
      Yet you are still dragging Trump into the mess and ignoring that a US citizens privacy was violated here. All Trump did here was offer up his services to the American people and win an election.

    • Posted by 5000g, at Reply

      And nothing that you just wrote is showing bias eh? Let it be this, in time we will see who winds up on the wrong side of history on this whole thing.

    • Posted by Shane, at Reply

      5000g there is no bias in my statement. The reason Clinton is named is because there is evidence that her campaign paid for the Steele dossier and Obama is named because he was the president in charge when the FBI was conducting illegal surveillance. What you consider bias is supported by facts and evidence yet you ignore those sorts of things.

  3. Posted by Apophis, at Reply

    Why do Republicans love fascism?

    It seems anti American to me.

    • Posted by Fernando Partridge, at Reply

      Apophis . What fascism?? Explain please and dont Google fascism first!

    • Posted by Timothy McCaskey, at Reply

      Fernando Partridge: Yeah because you wouldn’t want to have your reasoning clouded by “facts.” Typical Trumpturds. Either bury your collectives heads into the proverbial sand or shove them up your collectives asses.

    • Posted by Gilgamesh, at Reply

      Because they love having power, not America.

    • Posted by OJ Basil, at Reply

      Timothy McCaskey you mind giving the definition?

    • Posted by Timothy McCaskey, at Reply

      OJ Basil: Fascism is a political movement started in the early 20th Century in Italy during World War I brought on by advancements of the Military Industrial Complex. It’s a form of Authoritarian Nationalism that maintains power of a given country or territory through suppression of the people and controlling Industry and the Press. It’s an extreme, Right-Wing form of government whose enemies include Liberalism, Marxism and Anarchism. In other words, Left-Wing forms of government.

  4. Posted by OskarXCI, at Reply

    A lot of desperate trump people around here. Can you feel it? All the covfefe….

    • Posted by charlesvan13, at Reply

      Ummm, it’s not the Trump supporters who are desperate.

  5. Posted by Santos O'Cañas, at Reply

    Nunes is an insult to Mr. Bean.

  6. Posted by President Garrison's Pink Strapon, at Reply

    It is still pretty funny that they hyped this up like it was the smoking gun for it to literally be an unsubstantiated list of things the right wing didn’t like lmao. Adorable.

  7. Posted by The Diesel, at Reply

    America is not what we think it is. The people are powerless to these clowns in charge. Forget the memo…what are the consequences for these politicians and the President for these vile actions? All of these empty words like constitutional crisis, outrage, blah blah blah. Who in power will take action?!

    • Posted by Dorothy Mack, at Reply

      Maybe Mueller will save the country from these vile turds that make up the cult of trump. Scary that all hope would be on one man. But then there are black women, too — they saved the day in Alabama. Maybe they will succeed where the checks and balances failed.

    • Posted by Robert Johnson, at Reply

      TYT is not what you think it is…

  8. Posted by okrajoe, at Reply

    Release the Kraken!

  9. Posted by John Smith, at Reply

    No wonder so many Republicans are not running again. Trump really stepped in it this time.

  10. Posted by Eric Ling, at Reply

    “We hired a guy who was talking to Russian spies! HOW DARE YOU KEEP MONITORING HIM TALKING TO MORE RUSSIAN SPIES AFTER WE HIRED HIM!”
    Is it a requirement to be brain-dead to be a Republican?

    • Posted by Uranius Johnson, at Reply

      Eric Ling No. It just looks that way to the ignorant.

    • Posted by Lasse Idsøe, at Reply

      Lol.

  11. Posted by BibleOrTraditions, at Reply

    The 4th Amendment: Fruit from a poisoned tree, aka: evidence secured from an illegal search and seizure. If evidence is gathered through illegal means, such as lying to the authorizing judge, ALL evidence is thrown out and inadmissible in a court of law. A police officer illegally looks in the trunk of your car without probable cause or warrant, and finds a dead body and gun, ALL evidence is thrown out. So all the evidence against Trump, true or not, is inadmissible. Pure and simple!

    • Posted by Amy Dugan, at Reply

      LOL!!! I don’t know. It’s a coin toss for him.

    • Posted by Mrreciprocat, at Reply

      +John Parsons Yep! 😀 You’re right! The most Page could hope for would be a retrial on some of his charges on appeal…IF he was convicted solely or partially on the original case evidence! (and that’s just a hope, assuming an appellant court agreed that there was substantial evidence that the fisa warrant wa improper) And, with new evidence compiled against him they can re-convict him without evidence gathered from the original surveillance evidence. This does nothing for trump. Page’s fisa was applied for much after the trump investigation began…on evidence from Australian source.

      Here’s the relevant part bible boy lied about: The “dossier” compiled by Christopher Steele (Steele dossier) on behalf of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Hillary Clinton campaign formed an essential part of the Carter Page FISA application.

      peace! 😀

    • Posted by Amy Dugan, at Reply

      +Mrreciprocat I believe the point you are missing: No one would give a rat’s behind if Page is prosecuted, wins or loses a trial, or a bid for retrial. The point of the warrant was the ability to spy on Hillary Clinton’s rival for the presidency. If the People bought into the Russia narrative and voted Hillary into office, the entire dossier and potential charges against the target would have fizzled out to nothing, and no future FISA warrants would have been sought. The reason Hillary Clinton sought the spying warrant was to win the election by uncovering dirt. Pure and simple. Next was to hopefully flip the Electoral College in a long shot, and then to hopefully impeach Trump to prevent retaliatory prosecution as stated he would do during the presidential contest. She, the DNC, and FBI failed on all counts.

    • Posted by BibleOrTraditions, at Reply

      Amy, exactly! This is what most people are not getting. The FISA warrant was obtained using fictitious means for the sole purpose of bringing Trump down. If we read the bottom of the released-memo, it says the warrant would not have been applied for through the FISC without Clinton/DNC’s Steele-dossier.

  12. Posted by RassBrass, at Reply

    The trash memo.

  13. Posted by DarthServo, at Reply

    Conservatives have gotten far too used to screaming “bias” as if that constituted some kind of legitimate rebuttal. Rush Limbaugh and other talking heads have been screaming “liberal bias” in the media for decades. Its the ultimate blank check to ignore everything one doesn’t like and contradicts a preconceived notion. It doesn’t actually say anything and can be applied to everyone. We all have some bias. Accusations of “bias” are really just and admission of “I don’t have the facts on my side.”

    • Posted by Literally Hitler, at Reply

      DarthServo It’s jew bias. They own the news

    • Posted by BJAdamBarry, at Reply

      DarthServo can not agree more.

  14. Posted by jmms429, at Reply

    Being under surveillance since 2013 how was Carter page even allowed in the WH?? Was he useful with his Russian connections?

    • Posted by goodfella21f, at Reply

      jmms429 yep, thats why trumpski used him.

  15. Posted by Delovely 1, at Reply

    So their lynch pin is that dems funded the dossier that the search warrant was based on….how stupid so you have to be to buy that. It’s public knowledge that republicans commissioned the dossier first. If this was a real argument it would be in court not infront of the cameras. Pathetic smokescreen

    • Posted by Delovely 1, at Reply

      zepbigfoot bearcove they already do spy on us. That’s been common knowledge. No one is really alright with it but I don’t see a big pushback against it. It’s a dead topic. Cyclical in nature.

    • Posted by Alicia B, at Reply

      Before anything i need to make clear we Do Not Know if the dossier was the one and only evidence in the FISA court because that’s all classified. You’re taking the word of Nunes. If you watch the video or read the Memo you’ll see on the last page it even mentions someone else as the key informant for it all. Now: The research didn’t die; the republican/s dropped it when trump became the nominee cuz oops guess they gotta shine this pig up now. Then i think it was one person, again, in the DNC took it up. Opposition research done privately with investigators does not equal working with an enemy country’s GOVERNMENT/LEADER to get dirt on an American rival, which is what Jr thought he was doing. I’m sure you’ll take all this in and continue discussions rationally on a video on a channel you obviously hatewatch.

    • Posted by charlesvan13, at Reply

      “It’s public knowledge that republicans commissioned the dossier first.”

      That’s a lie that has been debunked many times already in the media.
      The Dossier wasn’t commissioned until Clinton hired FushionGPS.

    • Posted by Delovely 1, at Reply

      charlesvan13 so why doesnt trumps admin fight this in the courts….thats the only verification that they actually believe what they’re saying….not just trying to sway public opinion

    • Posted by Alexander de Montfort, at Reply

      Delovely 1 that’s a bizarre way of putting it — FBI knowingly used bad evidence (they tried to cover up how corrupt it was) and used it, pushed by democrat administration officials, to spy on a legitimate presidential candidate. That’s a powerplay out of some tinpot playbook right there

  16. Posted by Sebastian Joseph Perry, at Reply

    Trumpians finding a reason to get triggered by this nonsense, color me surprised…

    • Posted by Michael Thor, at Reply

      Now you know how people look at TYT when they get triggered cause Trump just thought about firing Mueller and then didn’t but it still matters because ………….. REASONS.

    • Posted by Alicia B, at Reply

      Michael Thor: Oh that’s easy. That one matters because intent. Say the cops are investigating a house i broke into and i out loud mention wanting to go in there to wipe down any evidence of me. The person i told that to can then be used by the prosecution to say not only did i break in but i intended to obstruct or interfere with the investigation. It’s not as important as actually doing the crime, but it does paint a picture of character and curiosity of what else i might have done/will do.

  17. Posted by apope06, at Reply

    Rosenstein signed off on this illegal spying without evidence against page. Carter Page still to this day has not even been charged with a crime!

  18. Posted by Eyokir Videos, at Reply

    facts to remember-

    The dossier is backed up by several intelligence agencies and was started by republicans. The dnc merely picked up the tab later. This by no means makes it a political attack job.

    Page was under investigation long before the dossier was even written.

    The only way this memo is relevant even slightly is based on whether or not you don’t like that the dnc helped finance the dossier. That’s it. Without that bias in place in your mind, this is …well kinda pathetic really

    • Posted by mark navarro, at Reply

      not according to the memo.

    • Posted by Eyokir Videos, at Reply

      a memo written by republicans while the dnc aren’t allowed to respond? Please….

    • Posted by Ste ik, at Reply

      Nunes has already been caught lying before. A memo authored by him has absolutely no credibility; despite the portracted cheerleading from the delusional right wing hype machine.

    • Posted by Eyokir Videos, at Reply

      Like I said – only means something if you were inclined to distrust the dossier because of DNC money. If that doesn’t bother you (it shouldn’t) then this memo means nothing

  19. Posted by 50 Shades, at Reply

    Damage control in motion for TYT. Trump just dropped that memo like it’s hot son.

    • Posted by Turncoat, at Reply

      +m k What?

    • Posted by רבקה Rebekah, at Reply

      50 Shades I love your videos 50 Shades!

  20. Posted by jmtnvalley, at Reply

    Did you work with the WH on this document? Nunes didn’t just obfuscate an answer, he flat out said he wasn’t going to answer the question. Uhh, that would be a “yes”.