Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch states today in his weekly socail media update that thing, “Between text messages,
#ReleasetheMemo, etc it all seems to be coming to a head.”
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) January 27, 2018
via Gateway Pundit
Fox News reported Thursday the “missing,” texts were all located and that efforts to locate additional text messages were underway.
“Our effort to recover any additional text messages is ongoing,” Horowitz wrote in a letter to Congressional investigators
“We will provide copies of the text messages that we recover from these devices to the Department so that the Department’s leadership can take any management action it deems appropriate,” Horowitz added.
In his latest address, Fitton said the government was lying when it claimed the text messages went missing. Such was the same excuse the given in regard to documents on the tarmac meeting between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton during the 2016 election.
The “missing,” text message controversy coincides with the FISA memo, set to be released in the coming weeks, added Fitton.
Republican lawmakers over the past two weeks have hinted what’s inside the explosive document.
During an appearance on CNN‘s morning show “New Day” Friday, Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT) told host Chris Cuomo that the “essence” of the “shocking,” FISA abuse memo centers around whether or not the FBI and Justice Department provided false information to the FISA court for the purpose of obtaining spy warrants.
According to Fox News contributor Sara Carter, the contents of the memo are so “explosive,” that it could end special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. Additionally, the memo’s release could lead to the prosecution of top FBI and Justice Department officials, says Carter.
According to the Washington Examiner‘s Byron York, Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) huddled together Saturday to discuss a “never-before-used procedure” for releasing the “shocking” FISA abuse memo.