Friday, February 2, 2018


Rep. Devin Nunes and House Speaker Paul Ryan have less credibility when commenting on the Russian investigation than a groundhog has forecasting weather.

Thursday, Ryan, with a straight face, claimed the controversial Nunes memo simply represented legitimate Congressional oversight and not an attempt to discredit the FBI and Mueller Russian investigation.

"Congress is doing its job in conducting legitimate oversight over a very unique law, FISA. And if mistakes were made, and if individuals did something wrong, then it is our job as the legislative branch of government to conduct oversight over the executive branch if abuses were made."

"What this is not is an indictment on our institutions, or our justice system" Ryan said from the Republican retreat (after the train wreck) in West Virginia.

Not even President Trump believes what Ryan said about the Nunes memo.

Trump has been telling friends and staff, that he believes the memo will discredit the FBI and Robert Mueller's investigation.

Trump may also use the memo as justification to fire deputy Attorney General Rod Rosentein.

The F.B.I. clashed publicly with Trump for the first time last Wednesday, condemning release of a memo that claims the bureau and the Justice Department abused their authority to obtain a warrant to spy on a former Trump aide.

The Republican memo is upsetting Washington while revealing how many republicans are tripping over their own feet.

The “FAKE MEMO” is the second GOP train wreck in one week.

The first was a garbage truck.

The second was a garbage Trump.

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