The Russia Report SLAMS Democrats

The Russia Report by the House Intelligence Committee has been released. During the many months of the investigation, one of the more notable things were the number of leaks about and during the investigation. These leaks were always designed to put the investigation in the worst possible light against the Republicans led investigation. 

The investigation has found no evidence of collusion with the Russians. That, predictably, threw the Dems on the committee into a fit. They are also bemoaning the fact that the investigation is over. They wanted the investigation to go on forever? The report is now being revied for release to the public.

As Written and Reported by Sara Carter:

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes has submitted the committees much anticipated fourteen month long Russia investigation report to the intelligence community Thursday for a declassification review so that a redacted version of the classified report can be made public, the committee said in a statement.

The committee’s findings revealed that classified leaks alleging the Trump campaign may have colluded with Russia dramatically increased after the election and some of those leaks “correlate to specific language found in the Intelligence Community Assessment,” which had not been released at that time. It also noted that former Obama Director of National Security James Clapper, who is now an analyst at CNN, provided inconsistent testimony about his contacts with the media, specifically CNN, as previously published by this reporter.

Democrats on the committee have criticized Republicans for closing the investigation because the Republican-led committee revealed it did not find evidence of collusion between President Trump’s campaign and the Russians in the 2016 presidential elections. However, Nunes, along with his Republican and Democratic colleagues, want the report expedited for public release, as it provides….


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