Hot Topics :
Trump_Russia_Probe_Congress_34275.jpg-c105d_c0-109-5500-3315_s885x516.jpg

Nunes’ investigating digs up trove of Democrat connections to Russia dossier

by Rowan Scarborough  |  Published on October 30, 2017

On two fronts, Rep. Devin Nunes has shifted the Russia debate in Washington further away from President Trumpand closer to Democrats.

He exposed the practice of “unmasking” by Obama aides and flushed out the source of payments for the scandalous anti-Trump dossier that drove the Russia collusion narrative.

The California Republican’s first tactic: He traveled to the Executive Office Building and viewed evidence that the Obama administration had “unmasked” the concealed names of Trump associates in highly classified intelligence reports during the election campaign.

The chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence talked publicly about his discovery to much derision from Democrats and Washington’s press corps. The unmasking suggested that the Obama White House was spying on a political foe through its legal right to unmask the identities of people unintentionally swept up in surveillance operations.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Subscribe to Freedom and Excellence

Get your daily dose of news & info from Freedom and Excellence

Sign up to Freedom and Excellence for FREE and receive our daily emails.

Popular Topics

  • JUDGE THROWS OUT 50,000 ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUESTS IN LINN COUNTY
  • Anti-government activist Bundy arrested at Idaho Statehouse
  • John Kasich’s journey from conservative darling to Democratic convention speaker
  • California judges lift coronavirus eviction ban
  • Democrats seek Harris boost in Senate race