Judge Nap: Mueller Could Be Giving Trump 'False Sense of Security' Before Interview

Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell said Thursday that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes shouldn't have waited until now to threaten to subpoena the 2016 FBI memo that started the Russia probe.

His subpoenas were issued last August, and he said he will enforce them if the memo isn't provided by April 11.

Farrell said Rep. Nunes (R-Calif.) has a constitutional right to see the memo and that it's "time for people's bluffs to be called" when it comes to the roadblocks.

"This is the worst-kept secret in the world," Farrell said, explaining how ousted FBI officials like Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and Andrew McCabe were conspiring against the Trump campaign.

He said, too, how the memo in question is "foundational from within the FBI" and will explain why the Russia investigation is taking place.

"In theory, it should lay out the threat, the likely subjects or suspects, and the scope. And if you can't articulate that - if you can't explain that to the American public at this point - then when are you going to do it?" he asked.

Nunes wrote that investigators were given access to "a still heavily-redacted version" of the memo, which he deemed "unsatisfactory."

"Explain what crime was committed," Farrell said, referring to the investigation. "Lets put all the cards on the table - we're tired of all the double talk. There's no secrets here. This is history."

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