On Monday General Michael Flynn resigned from his post as National Security Advisor after questions about his involvement with Russia.
Congressman Ralph Abraham thinks there are forces within the government leaking classified information to the media.
"The leakers are the problem not General Flynn," said Abraham.
He said over 60,000 people have access to our national secrets but less than a dozen are revealing our secrets.
"Finding these people will be like looking for a needle in a haystack, but we have to look."
Rep. Abraham thinks the leakers should be punished to the fullest extent of the law.
Many in Congress are worried about the leaks but are also worried about the legality of recording a U.S. citizen without a warrant.