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Devin Nunes and why Pelosi, Schumer, McCabe, McCain fear the memo

Written By | Feb 2, 2018

WASHINGTON, February 3, 2018: It’s said that a man is distinguished by his enemies. But Rep. Devin Nunes, GOP chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, can rest easy in the knowledge that his most powerful enemies are Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and GOP Senator John McCain, three ignominious and ignorant Lilliputians.

Nancy Pelosi.

Devin Nunes vs Nancy Pelosi

Of the intelligence committee’s memo detailing the Hillary Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee, Fusion GPS and the FBI’s conspiracy to finagle the secret FISA court to sign off on a counter-intelligence operation against the 2016 GOP presidential campaign, Nancy Pelosi tweeted:

“Devin Nunes is putting our national security at risk, ignoring concerns from the FBI & DOJ to advance a conspiracy theory. RT [retweet] if you know Speaker Ryan must #RemoveNunes immediately!”

The Memo: The dossier, circular reporting and fruit of the poisonous tree

Sen. Chuck Schumer.

Devin Nunes vs Chuck Schumer

Chuck Schumer took to the same social media venue and said:

“It’s clear Rep. Devin Nunes and House GOP will stop at nothing to undermine the rule of law & interfere with the Russia probe. He’s been willing to carry the White House’s water, attack our law enforcement and intelligence officials, & now to mislead his House colleagues.”

Doesn’t Nancy and Chuck’s desperate call for Chairman Nunez’s removal as committee head sound more like vailed confessions – pleas for Fifth Amendment protection – and a lot less like cynical calls for law and order… FBI kind of law and order?

And isn’t Nancy’s description of the FBI’s conspiracy to save Hillary Clinton from an inevitable federal indictment for her illegal handling of State Department emails, along with its conspiracy to use the dubious Steele dossier – filled with Russian-provided anti-Trump sexual innuendo – the lamest of lame attempts to divert our attention from, well, a massive conspiracy?

Andrew McCabe.

Devin Nunes vs Andrew McCabe

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s hasty resignation last Tuesday, signals his willingness to “take one for the team,” what some in the FBI call a “Secret Society.”

If asked to explain his role in the non-conspiracy conspiracy mentioned above, private citizen McCabe can plead the Fifth while calling for an end to attacks on law enforcement… FBI kind of law enforcement.

Please save Nancy and Chuck from their tortuous mental anxiety and don’t read the House Intelligence memo. Please don’t download the report by clicking the following link (HERE).

Sen. John McCain.

Devin Nunes vs John McCain

Just prior to the memo’s release, Arizona Senator John McCain said:

“In 2016, the Russian government engaged in an elaborate plot to interfere in an American election and undermine our democracy… The latest attacks against the FBI and Department of Justice serve no American interests.”

We know the so-called “war hero” actively shopped the Steele dossier around Washington after acquiring it from a British source he met at a security conference in Canada. A dossier containing information provided by Putin’s Russians and paid for by the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

And now we know the dishonorable McCain was part of Russia’s “elaborate plot to interfere in an American election and undermine our democracy.”

Knowing all this, don’t Nancy, Chuck and Johnny’s wretched protestations make you want to read the memo more than ever?


Steven M. Lopez

Originally from Los Angeles, Steven M. Lopez has been in the news business for more than thirty years. He made his way around the country: Arizona, the Bay Area and now resides in South Florida.