According to a report from Byron York of the Washington Examiner, chairmen Devin Nunes, Trey Gowdy and Bob Goodlatte made an incredible plan to #ReleaseTheMemo. They met up on Saturday to discuss a "never before used procedure" to release the "shocking" FISA abuse memo.

Per Washington Examiner:

There’s no doubt Republicans want the public to see the classified memo. To get it out, they are studying a never-before-used procedure whereby House Intelligence Committee members would vote to make the memo public, after which the president would have five days to object.

If the president had no objection, the memo would become public after those five days. If the president did object, the matter would go to the full House, which could vote to overrule the president’s objections and release the memo anyway.

Republicans believe it is unlikely they would have to go that far; why would President Trump object to the release of a document allegedly showing that Obama administration officials abused the law in investigating Trump? But even if there were an objection, the feeling is the House would go ahead.

Millions called for Congress to #ReleaseTheMemo. On Saturday Rep. Dave Joyce (R-OH) announced that the process is under way.

Per The Gateway Pundit:

On Friday, Republican lawmakers started publicly lobbying Nunes to release the memo.

“Earlier this morning, I examined the classified, four-page memo from @HouseIntelComm regarding the FBI, DOJ, and the so-called #RussianCollusion. To put it simply, “WOW.” I joined the call to #ReleaseTheMemo. Americans deserve truth and transparency,” tweeted Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA).

The letter was signed by Steve King, Matt Gaetz, Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan, Andy Biggs, Scott Perry, Ted Yoho, Jody Hice, Louie Gohmert, Barry Loudermilk and Brian Babin, reports Jim Hoft of The Gateway Pundit. to think of anyone better than a group led by Trey Gowdy and Devin Nunes to bring justice and #ReleaseTheMemo.

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