House Intel Chair Nunes Finds Attacks From The Left ‘Enjoyable’?

Representative Devin Nunes runs the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. He is responsible for “The Memo'” that has been all the news for a week. The FISA Court abuse memo has generated a lot of heat directed at Mr. Nunes. 

In an interview with Bret Baier on FOX News, Mr. Nunes refers to all the attacks that he has received from the Democrats across the aisle. He is almost smiling as he thinks about it because he has all the facts and they have all the angst. Will there be more memos? Rumor has it that the State Department is next.

As Written and Reported By Chuck Ross for the Daily Caller:

California Rep. Devin Nunes said Friday that he relishes attacks from his Democratic counterparts and the mainstream media over his push to release a memo laying out FISA abuses at the FBI and Justice Department.

“It’s actually quite enjoyable because we have the underlying facts,” Nunes said in an interview with Fox News’ Bret Baier.

Earlier in the day, his committee released a four-page document accusing the FBI and Justice Department of making “material and relevant” omissions in an Oct. 21, 2016 FISA application to spy on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

The memo says that the FISA application relied heavily on the infamous Steele dossier. That despite the FBI not having verified or corroborated its core claims about collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government.

The application also “extensively” cited a Yahoo! News article that was based on the dossier itself. Yet the application “incorrectly” assessed that the article was not based on the dossier.

The memo also asserts that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe told congressional investigators that the FISA against Page would not have been …..


Devin Nunes Hits Back Over FISA Memo | The Daily Caller

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