Devin Nunes scored a major victory Friday, as the Department of Justice responded to his request to make the full Title-1 FBI/DOJ/FISA application that is part of the IG’s investigation into alleged FISA abuse, available to both the House and Senate Intelligence Committees.
Assistant Attorney General, Stephen Boyd, gave a prompt response to Nunes’ April 4 request in a letter, which we have embedded below, in what appears to be the granting of Nunes’ request. You can read more about Nunes request by clicking HERE.
DOJ Grants Nunes Request To Make Un-redacted Title-1 FISA Application Available to All Members of the House And Senate Intelligence Committees
Here Is A Copy Of The Letter As Per Scribed
Before now, the only people who were allowed to view the application documents were Trey Gowdy, Adam Schiff, Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte and Rep John Ratcliffe, per The Conservative Treehouse.
Now that Nunes, among all other members of the committees, will be able to view the the un-redacted classified documents, it will help gain more knowledge as to why the previous administration found it necessary to use surveillance on Trump Campaign associate Carter Page.
This will also increase the chances of the public finally gaining more knowledge as to why the Obama Administration is being investigated and how far the may have abused their power to spy on the Trump campaign.
Nunes will likely face more heat from the left over this, as he seeks to get closer to the truth. But he is not giving up and is more than determined to get to the bottom of it all.
We leave you with a clip, where Nunes discusses the attacks he has been facing since unleashing a full-scale investigation into key Obama Administration officials.