Opinion| Representatives, Devin Nunes (R-CA) and Mark Meadows (R-NC) joined Sean Hannity last night to discuss the latest developments to come out of the House Judiciary Committee hearings;
Despite careful staging by the Nadler-led Democrats, their attempts to continue the four-time disproved Russian collusion/obstruction of justice narrative against President Trump, some important facts were revealed.
Most notably was the lack of concern over the use of counterintelligence to spy on an opposing political campaign, that was expressed by former FBI agents:
Rep. Nunes: “There were two retired FBI agents on the witness table… I was amaged [by] the lack of concern by these former FBI agents, one of them Peter Strzok used to work for…
“… I brought up the fact that we probably shouldn’t be using counterintelligence capabilities in this country to target a political campaign, they just sat there. It was almost as if they had been coached by the Democrats…”
Nunes followed that by pointing out how Obama-led Democrats have proven incapable of restraining themselves from abusing the awesome powers Americans had placed in them.
“… it used to be Democrats who didn’t support the counterintelligence capabilities because they thought that they were spying on their campaigns and on political enemies. They took them over, they corrupted the whole thing…
“… And, it seems like that is the attitude throughout the FBI for most of the former officials.”
Sean asked Nunes who should be losing sleep over the information that’s slowly becoming public. Nunes answer was fairly expansive:
Rep. Nunes: “… if you are any of the former people at the FBI that were in those famous text messages… those people all have to be concerned…
“… the dirty operations arm of the Clinton campaign… all the way through to the special counsel.”
“We are getting a lot of whistle-blowers. Primarily the whistle-blowers are coming forward because they believe Attorney General Bill Barr and Jon Durham are willing to get to the bottom of it.”
Meadows added this damning condemnation of the way good men and women were throttled (intimidated) under previous DOJ leaders:
“People who were perhaps afraid, under previous leadership, to actually say we knew this was wrong. They are coming forward now.