Congressman Who 'Read the Memo' Goes on Tweetstorm Explaining 'Major Problem' at FBI

| JAN 25, 2018 | 10:51 PM


By now you’ve probably heard about the memo written by the House Intelligence Committee that shows some "stunning info on the last administration's FISA and surveillance abuses that should NEVER happen in America,” according to Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.).

Meadows, who is the head of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, said that he’s seen the memo and it should be released to the public:

He explained why in a series of 13 more tweets:

Like the writer of a thriller, Meadows explained who the main characters were:

The congressman was concerned about one text message in which Strzok told his paramour that “we can’t take the risk” of Trump winning the White House:

He saw a problem with what looked like efforts to torpedo Trump's candidacy:

A text message that referred to speeding up Strzok’s investigation into the Hillary Clinton email scandal seemed timed to Trump clinching the nomination:

He also saw a “major problem”:

He began to explain the problem:

Among the problems was Strzok allegedly changing the language of a letter:

He put a bow on the problem:

He thought things looked very fishy:

He believed that the investigators put “their thumb on the scale [of justice] to undermine" Trump:

Meadows believed that there were more questions he wanted answered:

The missing text messages reportedly now have been found, but Meadows sees a big problem at the FBI:

He wants some answers:

And he wants the memo that contains more specifics of these charges to be released.