Congressman Trey Gowdy just spoke out to slam those who are trying to downplay the implications of the just-released House Intelligence Committee memo.

Ever since the release of the FISA memo, which makes clear that the infamous Steele dossier was instrumental in securing FISA warrants on former Trump adviser Carter Page, liberals have been pointing to the memo’s final section. The conclusion of the memo states that former Trump foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos as the impetus for the FBI’s monitoring of Trump’s campaign, and the anti-Trump crowd argued this point washes out the rest of the memo’s implications. Gowdy, however, wasn’t having any of it.

“It is important for the American public to know if the dossier was paid for by another candidate, used in court pleadings, vetted before it was used, vetted after it was used, and whether all relevant facts were shared with the tribunal approving of the FISA application,” Gowdy wrote on Twitter, according to Daily Caller.

“While this memo raises serious concerns with the FISA process, I have been and remain confident in the overwhelming majority of the men and women serving at the FBI and DOJ,” Gowdy added. “As I have said repeatedly, I also remain 100 percent confident in Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The contents of this memo do not – in any way – discredit his investigation.”

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