Thursday, March 23, 2017

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) House Intel Chair: Lost Credibility — Likes Leaks

Trump and Nunes vis-à-vis Leaks 
(Their stance today)

Nunes and Trump vis-à-vis Leaks
(Their view on Feb 15, 2017)

That screen grab above is from the short video clip posted below via FOX with Hannity (aired on February 15, 2015). 

Nunes: “No doubt a crime was committed.”

Yes, but wait a minute — wait a frigging minute. That was Nunes quote in February, but what about this now today?

Democrats are pissed at House Intel Chair Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) for “leaking (hand-carried actually)” data gathered from a FISA report at Trump Tower (such leaking, BTW, is a serious crime) and handed it directly to Trump at the White House as reported on here (NY Times).

So, Mr. Nunes and Mr. Trump, what game are you two playing, um?

Is leaking legal or not?

Or do you two “pick and choose” what to leak and then what to discuss in public or via some silly-ass tweet, and then what to believe is true or not, or label it reliable information or “fake news” and use it to fit your political agenda and PR narrative?

Make up your minds. It can't be both ways not matter how hard you two try otherwise.

This folks is one huge mess and the finger prints for design and promulgation of this scheme is, I strongly believe, no one other than Stephen K. Bannon – Trump’s guru and closest adviser working to dismantle the establishment (in his own words, not mine).

No doubt about it: We need to get to the bottom of this ASAP or sooner rather than later.

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