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James Clapper, the director of national intelligence under former President Barack Obama, gave “inconsistent testimony” about contacts he had with the media while in office, according to a document released Thursday by Republicans on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
“Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, now a CNN national security analyst, provided inconsistent testimony to the Committee about his contacts with the media, including CNN,” reads one entry in a seven-page summary of findings from the committee’s Russia investigation.
The committee voted on Thursday to formally end the Russia probe. A 150-page report authored by Republicans will now undergo an intelligence community review before being released to the public.
Committee Republicans released a one-page preview of its report last week in which they pointed to “problematic contacts between senior Intelligence Community officials and the media.”
originally posted by: Scrubdog
Yes, because the House Republican Committee has SO much credibility right now, and they wouldn't possibly do something to bloody-up possible witnesses against Trump, not at all, not Nunes the man who was ON the Trump transition team who leads this investigation, except for the part that he recused himself from, which is none bc he changed his mind bc he could. Yes, I TOTALLY believe that there is something very real here, and is not just more of the same beat up the people who know the truth about Trump.
BTW - There is no "FISA scandal except in the heads of people that need to protect Trump. We now KNOW that since we read that "groundbreaking "MEMO" from the same source that of course added up to a big nothing.
But, I am sure it is more than enough for AndyfromMI or Ivan from St. Petersberg to convince us that THIS means Trump is innocent, no matter how guilty he continues to act.
originally posted by: BelowLowAnnouncement
Not entirely on topic, I'm sorry, but damn, could America not make some laws that stop people who worked in government from getting a job in the media? Seems so shady to me as a conspiracy minded outsider.
originally posted by: dasman888
a reply to: Scrubdog
Hmmm... that's interesting, Scrubdog.
So, pray tell, what was the head judge of the FISA court talking about in her 99 page FISA Court memo which was declassified and released on April 16, 2017, when she repeatedly referenced illegal surveillance by the FBI which appeared to be "deliberate"?
...asking for a friend.
James Clapper apparently perjured himself to Congress.