Media need to pay better attention to reality instead of getting routinely duped by multiple sources peddling false information.
If CNN’s reporting is correct, it looks like everything Devin Nunes said turned out to be true. Susan Rice did spy on Trump transition members.
Devin Nunes stepped away from the Russia probe. But he’s still investigating the Obama administration’s leak campaign against the Trump administration.
The House Intelligence Committee reportedly wants former National Security Adviser Susan Rice to testify about how she used intelligence gathered on the incoming Trump transition team. Here’s what Americans need to know.
Susan Rice was one Obama official who requested the unmasking of Trump associates’ information that was widely disseminated. Here’s why that’s significant.
Todd Shepherd joins this episode of Federalist Radio to share his understanding of the story unfolding around the intel community and Susan Rice.
Political reporter at the Guardian, Ben Jacobs, joins Federalist Radio to discuss the Republicans next approach to passing a health care bill.
I’ll admit it, all week I’ve been pronouncing ‘Nunes’ the same way Schumer has until today.
If the NSA abused power, the information Nunes obtained will be useful. If not, his credibility will be blown. The media has no reason to assume the latter.
It’s not implausible that information legally obtained about Trump was subsequently abused by a government agency. In fact, Democrats have been warning us for years that something like this would happen.
Democrats who want to explore alleged ties between Trump and the Putin regime should be careful: this could become their own Benghazi obsession.
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