House Intel Chairman Can Now Resume Russia Panel Leadership Role

Representative Devin Nunes has been cleared by the House Ethics Committee and can now take back over the investigation of the Russian meddling in our election process. That is a very good thing. Maybe now the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton, and the FBI will have proper attention to the roles that they played in trying to defeat Donald Trump. Here is what you can now expect from Nunes leadership.

As Written and Reported By Erick Mack for Newsmax:

Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., is now allowed to serve a leadership role in the Russian investigation, a fact that concerns some as he directs it toward the potential impropriety in FBI special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, according to The Washington Post.

Most of the fears lie in dangers of discrediting of the nation’s top law enforcement office, according to the report.

Nunes is reasserting himself as the panel’s chairman after he has been cleared this month by an ethics investigation that alleged he disclosed classified information provided to him by the White House, which included accusations of Obama administration officials improperly unmasking Trump campaign affiliates.

Amid the House ethics probe that had him on the sidelines of the Democrats’ most important attack on the presidency, Nunes had “deputized” other Republicans to run the probe while he was on the sidelines, but “even Republicans acknowledge it was difficult to distinguish between staffers’ allegiance to the committee and their loyalties to Nunes,” the Post’s Karoun Demirjian wrote.

“I don’t know where his staff ends and HPSCI [House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence]” begins, Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., told the Post. “Some of them are apolitical nonpartisan members of his staff, and I’m not smart enough to know who’s ……..


Cleared of Ethic Violations, Devin Nunes Can Resume Russia Panel Leadership

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