A letter from top-ranking Democrats was sent to Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and FBI Director Christopher Wray.
It was sent by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), and Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA).
The contents are highly disturbing.
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I’ve probably reviewed thousands of congressional letters, and intelligence committee letters from oversight, along with even more executive agency responses. In fact, CTH has shared hundreds of outlines covering granular details within many of the internal memos and correspondences. However, I have never seen anything like this before.
Legislative branch members: Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Adam Schiff and Mark Warner write a letter today to Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and FBI Director Christopher Wray, demanding the executive branch cabinet members withhold information from the White House.
Dems demanded cabinet members withhold information from President Trump?
Perhaps more stunningly, and extra-constitutionally (meaning outside the framework of constitutional separation of power), within the jaw-dropping letter the four Democrats outline previous verbal conversations and current agreements with Coats, Rosenstein and Wray where the Cabinet officers agreed to keep information away from the White House Chief Executive, the President.
Coats, Rosenstein, and Wray ALL AGREED to do this?
Here’s the letter:
To sum up, what exactly does the letter mean?
This letter reeks of corruption, manipulative intent, and between-the-lines admissions of gross intelligence abuses. Additionally, the appearance of a visible alignment between corrupt executive branch officials (Wray, Rosenstein, possibly Coats) and corrupt intelligence oversight officials (Schiff, Warner, Pelosi, Schumer) is jaw-droppingly obvious.
According to Nancy, if Democrats win in November and take back the House of Representatives, “I will be Speaker of the House.”
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Monday that she is “confident” that Democrats will win the midterm elections on November 6 and that she will be elected Speaker of the House.
Pelosi told Amanpour — who praised her as a “trail blazer” and told her she had “achieved incredible things” — said that she might have stepped aside to make room for new leadership if Hillary Clinton had won the 2016 election, because she wanted to protect Obamacare — a law about which she said she felt “very proprietary.”
PELOSI: Yeah. So, no, but I have always been opposed — I think there was one election for leadership that I was not opposed in. People like to get started on what they think comes next, and that’s up to the caucus to decide. But I feel very comfortable about the support that I have in the caucus and that I will be the speaker of the house.
Pelosi added that as long as Trump is president she’s not leaving office.
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who served as the first woman Speaker of the US House of Representatives, told CNN that while “it’s time for new blood” in her party, she also thinks it’s a gamble in the current political climate for her not to be at the negotiating table.
“If Hillary Clinton had won, and the Affordable Care Act was protected — I feel very proprietary about that — I was happy to go my way,” Pelosi told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Friday in an interview for her new hour-long program, which premieres on CNN International and PBS on Monday.
Pelosi added that it’s “up to the caucus” to determine who leads her party, “but to have no woman at the table and to have the Affordable Care Act at risk, I said ‘As long as (Trump’s) here, I’m here.'”
Pelosi also said that if this fall’s midterms were held immediately that her party would take back control of the chamber and that “women would lead the way.”
“If the election were held today, we would win overwhelmingly and women would lead the way,” she said. “We have so many excellent women candidates from women across the country. Women marched and then they ran, and now they’re running and now they’re going to be members of Congress.”