Nunes Sends Another Criminal Referral to the DOJ


Rep Devin Nunes has sent another criminal referral to the DOJ and it encompasses many in the Deep State. Ironically the charges are obstruction of justice. In the FISA court, since only one side gets to present evidence.

They are required by law to notify the court of any and all exculpatory evidence and in the case of the FISA warrants against Carter Page, that information was intentionally withheld. The top FBI and DOJ brass were informed by State Dept official, Kathleen Kavalecthat she had met with Christopher Steele and found that much of his information was demonstrably false.

No one relayed that information to the court and instead falsely claimed that the dossier was verified when it was not.

From The Gateway Pundit

Congressman Devin Nunes (R-CA) said on Sunday he will likely send an ‘obstruction’ criminal referral to the Justice Department over the meeting Christopher Steele had with a State Department official a week before the first FISA warrant was granted on Carter Page.

Nunes said during his appearance on Fox News that the notes and memos State Department Kathleen Kavalec took about her meeting with former British spy Christopher Steele just 11 days before the first FISA warrant were withheld from the House Intelligence Committee during its investigation that ended last year.

“It’s likely now, as we do our investigation as to why we didn’t get this information that we’ve just been discussing from the State Department two years ago when we should have received it, there could be another referral coming on obstructing a congressional investigation,” Nunes said.

Hillary Clinton and her campaign “plainly colluded” with the Russians to dig up dirt and spread false information about Trump, Nunes said.

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