Nunes Urges Committee Heads To Subpoena Obama/British Agents Behind Russiagate

Nunes Urges Committee Heads To Subpoena Obama/British Agents Behind Russiagate

July 3, 2018 (EIRNS)—Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, has urged two fellow committee chairmen to subpoena a total of 27 former Obama administration White House, FBI, and State Department officials to testify before their committees, related to potential surveillance abuse during the 2016 election, as well as the State Department’s role in promoting the Steele dossier.

As reported by both the Washington Examiner and Daily Caller, in June 29 and July 2 letters to Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and Bob Goodlatte, chairmen of the House Oversight Committee and House Judiciary committee, respectively, Nunes said that his committee discovered matters “that likely fall within the purview of the joint task force of the Committees on Oversight and Government Reform and the Judiciary,” and refers to the list of people “who may have relevant information.”

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'Democracy': Is It The General Welfare Principle Or Partisan Paralysis And Regime-Change War?

'Democracy': Is It The General Welfare Principle Or Partisan Paralysis And Regime-Change War?

The Senate Intelligence Committee's hearing Tuesday, with the leaders of the U.S. intelligence agencies, was an anti-Russia, anti-China riot by Senators and witnesses alike. The new McCarthyite political correctness overwhelmed any discussion of the actual topic, "threats to America's national security." If there is any question as to why President Trump has failed to pursue what he intended — great power cooperation with both Russia and China against terrorism and regional wars — it was answered by the display in the Senate Tuesday, which surrounds him in the White House as well.

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