Back on January 10th I reported that:
…Representative Ron DeSantis (R, FL-6), former JAG (LT USNR, JD Harvard) and current chair of the House Oversight subcommittee on National Security reads Feinstein’s unilateral release the same way I do, and just raised her bet.
The House Intelligence Committee just acted on that request.
By “Sundance”, the ConservativeTreehouse
The House Intelligence Committee voted today to allow all congressional members to view a summary report of classified documents behind the “Clinton Dossier”.
As Byron York writes in the Washington Examiner: “At the committee’s meeting Thursday morning, Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., offered a motion to allow all House members to review a brief report prepared by the Republican majority summarizing the panel’s investigation into what GOP members call “FISA abuse.””
All of the Republicans voted to allow the sunlight, Adam Schiff and all the Democrats on the committee voted to block the sunlight.
[…] There will be no copies of the report handed out to House members. Instead, a copy will be made available for them to read in a secure room in the Capitol. They won’t be able to take the report out of the room. But they will know the answers to the questions.
Very interesting indeed that this was a strait party line vote. Not one single dhimmocrat on the committee was willing to allow their fellow Representatives review the findings to date.
One would hope that the Senate would follow suit, particularly prior to the final vote on Section 702 renewal.