House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes referred 10 former Obama administration officials to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee task force on Monday, the latest step in investigating potential wrongdoing by Department of Justice and FBI officials in the fabricated Russia investigation against President Trump.
According to Breitbart, Nunes wrote the letter listing 10 officials who may have received, provided, or been privy to information regarding the congressional investigation into President Donald Trump. This is major news, and could expose many officials who mindlessly followed illegal orders from their puppet master. Basically, the testimony will expose that the FBI lied about the investigation timeline. Obama was setting Trump up as soon as his popularity began to soar.
Most of the officials involved work at the London embassy, while others are still operating in D.C.
This drunken conversation is crucial because it is one of the prominent moments for the FBI launching its probe into Trump’s campaign allegedly colluding with Russia during the presidential election. This Democrat lie continues to be exposed as more information is released to the public.
As reported by Conservative Daily Post, the Russia witch hunt began around when Papadopolous and Downer met at the bar to discuss an “academic paper” they wanted to write together.
However, Downer was actually setting up Papadopolous and allegedly spoke with him about dirt on Hillary Clinton. The entire phony Russia witch hunt started with two Clinton allies drunkenly talking with Papadopolous in a random bar in London.
More importantly, the FBI has also been busted for lying about when it officially began investigating the Trump campaign.
The bureau claimed it began on July 31, 2016, so why did they embed a spy with the Trump campaign and set-up Downer in May 2016?
Nunes’ list of 10 names also includes Colin Kahl, who served as the national security adviser to former Vice President Joe Biden, and Jake Sullivan, a former top Clinton aide who worked for her at the State Department and on her campaign.
The point of Nunes’ list is to keep pressure on the officials who kicked off the Russia investigation.
The Obama administration embedded at least one spy into Trump’s campaign; the FBI refuses to reveal when the investigation officially began; and there’s clear evidence that the former administration took extraordinary — and possibly illegal — actions to harm Trump and help Clinton.
This is arguably the biggest scandal in modern political history.
Fortunately, Nunes is doing everything in his power to expose the truth and keep the attention on rogue government officials who tried (and are still trying) to take down the duly elected president.