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... or just ask Mueller to testify. They can do that at any time.

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@jimc91 wrote:

By Catherine Herridge

 

 

EXCLUSIVE: Republican Rep. Devin Nunes sent a criminal-referral notification to Attorney General William Barr on Thursday alleging several “potential violations” of the law.

 

The ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee said he and Republican Rep. John Ratcliffe are prepared to brief Barr on alleged misconduct during the FBI’s investigation into Russian meddling and contacts with Trump advisers during the 2016 campaign.

 

FBI CLASHED WITH DOJ OVER POTENTIAL 'BIAS' OF SOURCE

 

The referrals stem from the investigation conducted by the House Intelligence Committee when Republicans held the House majority.

 

“As part of that investigation, Committee Republicans identified several potential violations of law,” Nunes, R-Calif., wrote in a brief letter to Barr on Thursday.

 

The notification comes after Barr testified to Congress this week that he is reviewing the “conduct” of the original FBI investigation. During the second of two Capitol Hill appearances on Wednesday, Barr said he believes “spying did occur,” and the question is “whether it was adequately predicated.”

 

 

 

Amid criticism from Democrats who accused him of playing into President Trump’s “deep state” rhetoric, Barr stressed that he just wants to make sure “there was no unauthorized surveillance.”

Nunes has been looking into such surveillance and other issues for months. In his letter Thursday to Barr, Nunes said he would have his staff arrange a time for him and Ratcliffe, R-Texas, to “brief you directly on eight criminal referrals.”

 

The letter did not provide further details on what the referrals will allege but the congressman previously told Fox News the referrals include two for conspiracy, as well as for “global leaks” and for lying, misleading or obstructing congressional investigators.

 

The step comes as Republicans have pushed for the release of key documents to uncover the origins of the accusations that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government. According to a summary of the now-completed Robert Mueller probe, that investigation did not uncover evidence of collusion. Trump recently told Fox News he would release the entirety of the FISA applications used to surveil one of his top aides, and other related documents.

Nunes earlier told Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures" that he has been working on the referrals for more than two years, and wanted to wait until Barr’s confirmation.

 

Nunes asserted that "we've had a lot of concerns with the way intelligence was used" during the Trump-Russia probe.

 

Redacted versions of FISA documents already released have revealed that the FBI extensively relied on documents produced by Christopher Steele, an anti-Trump British ex-spy working for a firm funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee (DNC), to surveil Trump aide Carter Page. The FISA application did not clearly state that the firm was funded by the Clinton team and DNC.

 

Further, just nine days before the FBI applied for the FISA warrant to surveil Page, officials were battling with a senior Justice Department official who had "continued concerns" about the "possible bias" of a source pivotal to the application, according to internal text messages obtained by Fox News in March.

 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/nunes-sends-criminal-referral-notification-to-barr-alleges-several-...

 

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

 

There is a lot more to come on this story!  

 

Hey Mr. Nadler, have you contacted Mr. Mueller yet to schedule a hearing?  

 

The American people are awaiting the transparency you promised...

 

 


Yes, the American people are awaiting the transparency that Republicans blocked for years. 

 

By the way, Mr Nadler doesn’t get to decide whether to bring Mr. Mueller in to testify before the House since the Republicans no longer have control.


If the Republicans and Barr (and Jimc) truly want "transparency" ............. then all three should support the Mueller Report being release to Congress and to the public.


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Jim  I am really trying to communicate with you on another thread if you feel that you don't want to  post your answer would you please consider a PM?

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@jimc91 wrote:

By Catherine Herridge

 

 

EXCLUSIVE: Republican Rep. Devin Nunes sent a criminal-referral notification to Attorney General William Barr on Thursday alleging several “potential violations” of the law.

 

The ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee said he and Republican Rep. John Ratcliffe are prepared to brief Barr on alleged misconduct during the FBI’s investigation into Russian meddling and contacts with Trump advisers during the 2016 campaign.

 

FBI CLASHED WITH DOJ OVER POTENTIAL 'BIAS' OF SOURCE

 

The referrals stem from the investigation conducted by the House Intelligence Committee when Republicans held the House majority.

 

“As part of that investigation, Committee Republicans identified several potential violations of law,” Nunes, R-Calif., wrote in a brief letter to Barr on Thursday.

 

The notification comes after Barr testified to Congress this week that he is reviewing the “conduct” of the original FBI investigation. During the second of two Capitol Hill appearances on Wednesday, Barr said he believes “spying did occur,” and the question is “whether it was adequately predicated.”

 

 

 

Amid criticism from Democrats who accused him of playing into President Trump’s “deep state” rhetoric, Barr stressed that he just wants to make sure “there was no unauthorized surveillance.”

Nunes has been looking into such surveillance and other issues for months. In his letter Thursday to Barr, Nunes said he would have his staff arrange a time for him and Ratcliffe, R-Texas, to “brief you directly on eight criminal referrals.”

 

The letter did not provide further details on what the referrals will allege but the congressman previously told Fox News the referrals include two for conspiracy, as well as for “global leaks” and for lying, misleading or obstructing congressional investigators.

 

The step comes as Republicans have pushed for the release of key documents to uncover the origins of the accusations that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government. According to a summary of the now-completed Robert Mueller probe, that investigation did not uncover evidence of collusion. Trump recently told Fox News he would release the entirety of the FISA applications used to surveil one of his top aides, and other related documents.

Nunes earlier told Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures" that he has been working on the referrals for more than two years, and wanted to wait until Barr’s confirmation.

 

Nunes asserted that "we've had a lot of concerns with the way intelligence was used" during the Trump-Russia probe.

 

Redacted versions of FISA documents already released have revealed that the FBI extensively relied on documents produced by Christopher Steele, an anti-Trump British ex-spy working for a firm funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee (DNC), to surveil Trump aide Carter Page. The FISA application did not clearly state that the firm was funded by the Clinton team and DNC.

 

Further, just nine days before the FBI applied for the FISA warrant to surveil Page, officials were battling with a senior Justice Department official who had "continued concerns" about the "possible bias" of a source pivotal to the application, according to internal text messages obtained by Fox News in March.

 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/nunes-sends-criminal-referral-notification-to-barr-alleges-several-...

 

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

 

There is a lot more to come on this story!  

 

Hey Mr. Nadler, have you contacted Mr. Mueller yet to schedule a hearing?  

 

The American people are awaiting the transparency you promised...

 

 


Yes, the American people are awaiting the transparency that Republicans blocked for years. 

 

By the way, Mr Nadler doesn’t get to decide whether to bring Mr. Mueller in to testify before the House since the Republicans no longer have control.

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We already know the Origins of the Criminal Investigation into Trump

 

Trump and his Mafiaosa were heard communicating with the Russians by Countries who are Allies of the USA - liike - England - France - Germany - Poland - Canada - Belgium - Denmark

 

These Countries all Spy on Russians 24/7 365 because Russia is a Enemy of every Democratic Country in the World

 

Hey until Trump - even the USA used to Spy on Russia and other Enemies of the USA

 

When your Allies are Spying on Russians and they hear the Voices of a US Presidential Candidate - Members of his Family and Staff communicating with Russians Bad Guys - they are obligated to report this to US Intellgence Agencies - which they did & the Information was SOLID enough to convince Multiple Judges to do surveillance

 

So yeah Mr Nadler - please being Mr Mueller in - Nunes has already been exposed as a bumbling Idiot multiple times - this will just Confirm it once again

 

Don't be Fooled Here - this is simply -

 

ANOTHER SHINY OBJECT TRUMCO WAVES IN FRONT OF THEIR CULT TO GET THEM TO RUN AROUND LIKE THEIR HAIRS IS ON FIRE

 

It's Very Entertaining so I hope it doesn't Stop

 

 

 

 

 

 

( " China if You're Listening - Get Trumps Tax Returns " )

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By Catherine Herridge

 

 

EXCLUSIVE: Republican Rep. Devin Nunes sent a criminal-referral notification to Attorney General William Barr on Thursday alleging several “potential violations” of the law.

 

The ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee said he and Republican Rep. John Ratcliffe are prepared to brief Barr on alleged misconduct during the FBI’s investigation into Russian meddling and contacts with Trump advisers during the 2016 campaign.

 

FBI CLASHED WITH DOJ OVER POTENTIAL 'BIAS' OF SOURCE

 

The referrals stem from the investigation conducted by the House Intelligence Committee when Republicans held the House majority.

 

“As part of that investigation, Committee Republicans identified several potential violations of law,” Nunes, R-Calif., wrote in a brief letter to Barr on Thursday.

 

The notification comes after Barr testified to Congress this week that he is reviewing the “conduct” of the original FBI investigation. During the second of two Capitol Hill appearances on Wednesday, Barr said he believes “spying did occur,” and the question is “whether it was adequately predicated.”

 

 

 

Amid criticism from Democrats who accused him of playing into President Trump’s “deep state” rhetoric, Barr stressed that he just wants to make sure “there was no unauthorized surveillance.”

Nunes has been looking into such surveillance and other issues for months. In his letter Thursday to Barr, Nunes said he would have his staff arrange a time for him and Ratcliffe, R-Texas, to “brief you directly on eight criminal referrals.”

 

The letter did not provide further details on what the referrals will allege but the congressman previously told Fox News the referrals include two for conspiracy, as well as for “global leaks” and for lying, misleading or obstructing congressional investigators.

 

The step comes as Republicans have pushed for the release of key documents to uncover the origins of the accusations that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government. According to a summary of the now-completed Robert Mueller probe, that investigation did not uncover evidence of collusion. Trump recently told Fox News he would release the entirety of the FISA applications used to surveil one of his top aides, and other related documents.

Nunes earlier told Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures" that he has been working on the referrals for more than two years, and wanted to wait until Barr’s confirmation.

 

Nunes asserted that "we've had a lot of concerns with the way intelligence was used" during the Trump-Russia probe.

 

Redacted versions of FISA documents already released have revealed that the FBI extensively relied on documents produced by Christopher Steele, an anti-Trump British ex-spy working for a firm funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee (DNC), to surveil Trump aide Carter Page. The FISA application did not clearly state that the firm was funded by the Clinton team and DNC.

 

Further, just nine days before the FBI applied for the FISA warrant to surveil Page, officials were battling with a senior Justice Department official who had "continued concerns" about the "possible bias" of a source pivotal to the application, according to internal text messages obtained by Fox News in March.

 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/nunes-sends-criminal-referral-notification-to-barr-alleges-several-...

 

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

 

There is a lot more to come on this story!  

 

Hey Mr. Nadler, have you contacted Mr. Mueller yet to schedule a hearing?  

 

The American people are awaiting the transparency you promised...

 

 

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