The right is waiting for the FISA scandal shoe to drop on Obama


Will it be former President Barack Obama who sees more fallout from the FISA memos? A roundup of editorials Thursday takes a look at the issue.

Opinions from the right:

Why FISA-gate is scarier than Watergate

From Townhall: What happened to the press and progressives who used to take on Washington corruption?

Tick, tick, tick...FBI scandal getting closer to Obama

From The American Thinker: Who would have thought that the “what did the president know” moment would refer to President Barack Obama. 

Scheming, speculation as Dems push intel memo

From The Washington Examiner: What is in the Democrat’s memo? We will likely know soon, and we’ll probably be disappointed.


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