Devin Nunes is precisely why we know anything about Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee’s dishonest and bizarre activities. No wonder he’s a huge Democrat target.
Democrats’ memo destroys only straw-men unassociated with the proceedings, and confirms the use of raw intelligence to argue an American citizen committed treason.
Democrats and media are trying to deflect from the House memo by saying the Russia investigation really started in July 2016. That argument doesn’t work in their favor.
Don’t be fooled by Comey’s emo Twitter feed. As the investigation into FISA abuse goes deeper, questions about the FBI under Comey are stacking up.
Two explosive stories about the FBI’s handling of the probe into Russia and the Trump campaign were downplayed by a suddenly incurious press corps.
Details from government documents confirm there was inadequate verification of a partisan dossier used to justify surveillance of a Trump campaign affiliate.
They must address whether the FISA court was misled about the credibility of the Steele dossier.
Lots of somebodies are lying about what’s inside and behind the House Intelligence Committee memo charging abuse of secret surveillance measures.
The media may think it’s okay to disparage attempts to hold the FBI accountable because all rules are off during the Trump era, but they are wrong.
Here are some of the most shocking bombshells outlined in the memo, which summarizes information compiled by congressional Republicans.
This 2016 election has been corrupted by partisanship. Until we get to the bottom of how the FBI obtained FISA warrants, the questions will fester.
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