The entire House of Cards is about to come thumbing down! Rep. Devin Nunes will go into the history books as the one man that had the guts to stand up to the corruption of our Government during BHO’s reign of terror. If it wasn’t for this man, Lindsey Graham would not have been able to say what he said last night on Tucker’s show.
Also don’t ever forget that the greatest White Hat of them all has the goods on every single one of these POS! He made sure our President was aware of what they were doing on November 18, 2016. On November 19th, our President moved his entire operation from Trump Tower to his property in NJ. That tells me all I need to know. The man is a proud Admiral that loves his country and our President.
Folks the White Hats are fighting for us, our President and our country! Justice will prevail! These animals are going to go down. You bring some of their wives in and tell them they will have a choice between the Gas Chamber, Electrocution or Firing Squad if they don’t start talking and telling us everything they know and who was involved. If any of it turns out to be a lie, the choice will no longer be theirs and life in prison is off the table. If they are truthful and forthcoming, they will spend the rest of their lives in prison for TREASON against the United States 🇺🇸 of America.
From the article linked above:
The Justice Department was not forthcoming, to say the least. But with an assist from the aggressive efforts of House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes, the Justice Department was finally persuaded/cajoled/forced to reveal at least some of the requested information.
In a Fox News interview Friday night, Graham strongly suggested there is something untoward in the dossier material. Noting that special counsel Robert Mueller is not investigating the dossier – “That’s not part of his charter” – Graham said he, Graham, has finally gotten a look at the origins and use of the document:
I’ve spent some time in the last couple of days, after a lot of fighting with the Department of Justice, to get the background on the dossier, and here’s what I can tell your viewers: I’m very disturbed about what the Department of Justice did with this dossier, and we need a special counsel to look into that, because that’s not in Mueller’s charter. And what I saw, and what I’ve gathered in the last couple of days, bothers me a lot, and I’d like somebody outside DOJ to look into how this dossier was handled and what they did with it.
Host Brian Kilmeade asked Graham, “So, you’ve found out something you did not know?
“Yes,” Graham answered.
Kilmeade asked whether Graham was disturbed by the contents of the dossier or how the Justice Department used it in the Trump-Russia investigation.
“I’ve been a lawyer most of my life, a prosecutor, and a defense attorney,” Graham began. He continued:
And the one thing I can say, every prosecutor has a duty to the court to disclose things that are relevant to the request. So any time a document is used to go to court, for legal reasons, I think the Department of Justice owes it to the court to be up-and-up about exactly what this document is about, who paid for it, who’s involved, what their motives might be. And I can just say this: After having looked at the history of the dossier, and how it was used by the Department of Justice, I’m really very concerned, and this cannot be the new normal.
What, precisely, did Graham mean? A well-informed source would not explain beyond Graham’s words, and a Justice Department source did not respond to a request for comment.
But by discussing when “a document is used to go to court,” Graham seemed to refer to the dossier and the FISA court. And he seemed to suggest that, if the FBI used revelations from the dossier to secure a warrant to spy on Americans, it was not fully transparent about the source of those revelations, which was an opposition-research project funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign. FBI and Justice Department officials have told Congress they have not been able to verify the dossier’s substantive allegations of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.
Further, Graham found the dossier affair serious enough to warrant an entirely new investigation. It’s not in Mueller’s charter, Graham said. And Graham does not appear to trust the Justice Department to investigate itself on this particular issue.
In any event, the efforts pushed by Nunes and the Senate show that Congress, if it is aggressive, can investigate a matter like this. And there are still several more aggressive actions Congress can pursue, if it wants to uncover the full extent of the Trump dossier matter.