Nunes Sends Rosenstein Fleeing Back To Swamp After Pointing Out The Sheer Obvious

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Devin Nunes (CA-R), Chairman of the United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) weighs in on the Rosenstein indictment of the 12 Russians.

Devin retweeted what Mollie Hemingway, Senior Editor of The Federalist said.

Hemingway reminded everyone that the House Intelligence Committee had already discovered everything Rosenstein indicted the Russians for.

Mollie tweeted, “Anyone who months ago read HPSCI/Nunes report on Russian meddling learned very little new information from today’s indictment.”

Furthermore, Devin tweeted, “Specifically you only had to read page 4 findings 7-10. Just reading Chapter 2 you would have got the gist of it..all this despite the ridiculous redactions. Sadly the media ignored most of our findings on March 22 and the whole report since April 27.”

See the SPSCI/Nunes Report below: 

Locating the pages from the report that the Chairman talked about in his tweet, it turns out, he is correct. Click here for the full report. Chapter 2 is entitled “Russia Attacks The United States.”

The heading is certainly clear. After checking out Finding numbers 7-10, clearly Congress oversight had already reported that Russia was involved in cyber attacks during the Obama era.

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Summary Table of Findings:

Photo credit to US4Trump screen capture of HPSCI Russia Report Findings. Chapter 2. Findings 7-10.

Photo credit to US4Trump screen capture of HPSCI Russia Report Findings. Chapter 2. Findings 7-10.

Additionally, Nunes cites page 4. Specifically, the Chapter title is “Campaign Links With Russia.”

Moreover, #25 clearly states, “When asked directly, none of the interviewed witnesses provided evidence of collusion, coordination, or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.”

In the summary, it states there was NO COLLUSION found in “President Trump’s pre-campaign.”

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Summary Table of Findings:

Photo credit to US4Trump screen capture of HPSCI Russia Report Findings. Chapter 4. Page 4.

Photo credit to US4Trump screen capture of HPSCI Russia Report Findings. Chapter 4. Page 4.

As reported by US4Trump, in late June, Rod Rosenstein said, “There’s actually not a constitutional basis for oversight. That’s something that’s been viewed as sort of an implied power, and has developed over the years.”

Now we know why Rosenstein would say such a thing. Of course, he doesn’t want Congressional Oversight, specifically, showcasing exactly the reason why it is necessary.

An American, Michael Kennedy, sums it up perfectly, when he tweeted, “If they keep indicting people that will never actually get arrested it only serves to fuel the anti-Trump population and a catalyst to continue the Mueller probe which.. ..buys Deep State more time to dig on Trump ..buys time to continue hiding docs from Congress It’s a game!

See tweets below: 

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