Nunes: Read here about the freak show swimming in the swamp

The actions and demands that are emanating from the Deep State and from The Swamp, shows just how much of a freak show they have become. There is nothing or no one that they will not target in order to push their own subversive narrative. Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) should be replaced as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee is a target for removal. He must be doing his job extremely well, otherwise, they would ignore him.

As Written and Reported By Julie Kelly for American Greatness:

In an absurd tweet on Wednesday, Lawfare’s executive director suggested that Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) should be replaced as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee:

That wasn’t even the most moronic tweet in Susan Hennessey’s arsenal. She went on to warn how “the intelligence oversight system is based on trust. Without trust it is irretrievably broken. The [Intelligence Community] and [Department of Justice] don’t trust Nunes and he cannot perform his job functions.” Get that? The Intelligence Community and the Justice department—which have proven to be as political and devious as a Chicago ward boss—are the white hats and Nunes is the black hat.

That is not ignorance on Hennessey’s part: it’s calculated deception.

Fortunately, it’s unlikely that House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) will heed an unreasonable demand from a political partisan tied to the left-leaning Brookings Institution. But it does unveil the latest tactic of the Left (and some on the Right) to discredit and ultimately oust Nunes, the only Republican on Capitol Hill who appears to have his act together when it comes to exposing the players behind the Trump-Russia election collusion scheme…….


The Deep State Mob Targets Nunes – American Greatness


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