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On Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 3:29:56 PM UTC-5, xyzzy wrote:
> Nunes memo soufflé continues to collapse. 
>  As Ellen Nakashima reported, the application to wiretap Page did disclose that one of the sources
of intelligence to generate suspicion that Page might be acting illegally came from a political
source. It was mentioned in a footnote on the FISA application. Nunes was asked about this on Fox &
Friends. He did not deny the point. Instead he insisted that it wasn’t good enough because the
disclosure was merely a footnote.
> [...]
> Notice how “The FBI LIED about the Steele dossier” has been scaled back to, “The FBI did not
highlight the truth about the Steele Dossier in the part of the application we bothered to read.”
So now the main attack on the FBI is about font size.

Are we sure the footnote is legit?  Did it have the right kerning?