According to this, they are not “turning over” the documents. They are allowing congressional reps to “review” them. I’m not sure that exactly meets the standard of congressional oversight — they ask for the documents, they should get the documents, not a peek at the documents!
I think there is some kind of rule that classified documents can’t leave the premises. They have to be viewed on site. At least they get to view them. I heard something about it on Fox.
People need to understand you’re watching a movie. What makes a good movie good actors.
The documents can’t be turned over because they are part of an ongoing grand jury investigation. It is the only reason they can be with held....
Didn't we already go through that? Nunes and Gowdy were invited to review "documents" and a meeting was set. Explanation published today here:
True dat! And I, the eternal cynic (right 99% of the time), wonder how much redaction there will be. Will they be allowed to even "review" unredacted documents? Time, lots of time usually, will tell.
Review? Snatch, grab, run, and flip Rosenstein the bird.