Saturday, February 3, 2018

Punxsutawney Phil has predicted six more weeks of obstruction in 2018.

It’s unclear what the impact of the Nunes memo will be, as Republicans and Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee, who have already seen the memo, strongly disagree on its implications. Some Republicans argue that the memo is evidence of an anti-Trump conspiracy within the FBI.

Devin Nunes is a longtime Trump ally. He served on Trump’s transition team after the election and defended Michael Flynn when he was accused of lying about his contacts with Russia.

Nunes held the press conference to announce that “the intelligence community incidentally collected information about US citizens involved in the Trump transition.”

As interesting as the “Nunes memo” is, everything it reveals occurred before Robert S. Mueller III was appointed. How does anything in the memo impact the validity of the special counsel’s investigation?

In the past, Rep. Devin Nunes's credibility was questioned as the Russia investigation went on. Mar. 28, 2017

Nunes was under fire from Democrats who say the House intelligence committee chair should recuse himself from the committee's investigation into Russia, because he's too close to President Trump.

Oh well, wait for the closing credits.

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