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    House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff is planning to selectively release information from some of the 53 declassified transcripts of witnesses that testified before Congress regarding the FBI’s Russia probe into the Trump campaign. This move, comes after a long battle against Republican colleagues, who are fighting to make all the transcripts available to the American public, said a U.S. official, with knowledge of Schiff’s plans.

    Schiff has been fighting the release of the transcripts.

    The decision for Schiff to publish a selective portion of the 6,000 pages of transcripts comes after a recent public showdown with Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell, who is also fighting to make all the transcripts public. In fact, Grenell reiterated in a letter Wednesday that if Schiff doesn’t make the transcripts public then he will release them himself.

    Interestingly, the committee voted unanimously in the fall of 2018, to make all the transcripts public after declassification, which has already been done.

    “Schiff’s planning to selectively leak to the liberal media what he wants, while keeping the truth from the American people,” said one source, familiar with Schiff’s plans.

    Schiff’s office did not immediately respond to an email for comment.

    A congressional source familiar with the issue said “the committee voted in the last Congress to publish all the transcripts together, precisely to avoid any staged release calculated for political effect.”

    “Schiff has had possession of most of the redacted transcripts for a long time, but he used the fact that he didn’t have all of them as an excuse not to publish any,” said the congressional source. “If he selectively publishes just some of them now, it’ll be rank hypocrisy.”

    Allegedly Schiff is also having his senior subcommittee staff director and counsel with the intelligence committee contact the various heads of the intelligence community asking them to challenge plans by Grenell to release the transcripts, which were declassified prior to his arrival at DNI.

    Several sources, familiar with Schiff’s actions, have stated that his refusal to release the transcripts is based on information contained in the testimony that will destroy his Russia hoax propaganda.

    “Schiff has been sitting on a lot of these transcripts for a long time,” said a Republican congressional source. “They were using this as an excuse to ensure that the White House wouldn’t have access to the transcripts, now he wants to selectively leak and that’s the game he plays – he’s definitely shifty.”
     
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    2nd Set of Documents!

     
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    By Sophie Mann
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    May 8, 2020 - 12:26pm

    The Supreme Court on Friday granted the Trump administration's request to temporarily shield redacted grand jury materials related to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe from the Democrat-led House.

    House Democrats are fighting to gain access to the materials, arguing that it being made public will give Americans a fuller image of how the Trump administration behaved during the two-year investigation.

    The Mueller probe failed to establish any criminal coordination between the Trump campaign and Moscow. And though the special counsel did not declare that the president did not obstruct justice, the attorney general, and then-deputy attorney general determined he did not.

    The order, which Chief Justice John Roberts signed, pushes against a lower court's order to disclose the materials, which was set to go into effect on Monday. Roberts has given House democrats until May 18 to file a response.

    The Trump administration says it plans on filing a formal appeal against the lower court decision.

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    Executive Summary of HPSCI's DIA Roles and Missions Report [PDF] Added on 6/6/2019
    Deposition of Ambassador Marie “Masha” Yovanovitch on October 11, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/4/2019
    Transcribed interview of Ambassador P. Michael McKinley on October 16, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/4/2019
    Texts Produced to the Committee by Volker on October 2, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/5/2019
    Deposition of Ambassador Gordon Sondland on October 17, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/5/2019
    Transcribed Interview of Ambassador Kurt Volker on October 3, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/5/2019
    Deposition of Ambassador William B. Taylor on October 22, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/6/2019
    Desposition of Mr. George Kent on October 17, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/7/2019
    Deposition of Dr. Fiona Hill on October 14, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/8/2019
    Deposition of Lieutenant Colonel Alexander S. Vindman, on October 29, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/8/2019
    Deposition of Ms. Laura K. Cooper on October 23, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/11/2019
    Deposition of Ms. Catherine Croft on October 30, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/11/2019
    Deposition of Mr. Christopher Anderson on October 30, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/11/2019
    Deposition of Ms. Laura Williams on November 7, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/18/2019
    Deposition of Mr. Timothy Morrison on October 31, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/18/2019
    Deposition of Mr. David Hale on November 6, 2019 [PDF] Added on 11/18/2019
    Deposition of Mr. Brian McCormack on November 4, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/26/2019
    Deposition of Dr. Charles Kupperman on October 28, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/26/2019
    Deposition of Mr. T. Ulrich Brechbuhl and Mr. Russell Vought on November 6, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/26/2019
    Deposition of Mr. Preston Wells Griffith on November 5, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/26/2019
    Deposition of Mr. Michael Duffey on November 5, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/26/2019
    Deposition of Mr. John Michael “Mick” Mulvaney on November 8, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/26/2019
    Deposition of Mr. Robert Blair on November 4, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/26/2019
    Deposition of Mr. John Eisenberg on November 4, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/26/2019
    Deposition of Mr. Michael Ellis on November 4, 2019. [PDF] Added on 11/26/2019
    Deposition of Mr. Mark Sandy on November 16, 2019 [PDF ] Added on 11/27/2019
    Adopted on February 6, 2019 were the Committee Rules of Procedure for the 116th Congress [PDF] Added on 2/12/2019
     
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